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You just started teaching and you have great plans for changing the lives of the young people you will teach in the coming years. Full of energy, positive-thinking, a little fear, and a lot of determination, you will go into this school year pumped up! So what do you need to know if you're just starting out your life as a teacher? Here are some tips for surviving your first year teaching (and beyond).
Whether you're a new teacher or a veteran, sometimes we all need reminders for how to make it through the year. These tips for surviving your first year teaching and beyond may just help you to keep calm and teach on.
Do you have any tips for surviving the first year teaching? Post them in the comments!