- Keeping Your Teaching Credentials Fresh and Current - January 13, 2014
- Leaving the Classroom? You Can Still Make a Difference! - November 5, 2013
- Why I Resigned From My Teaching Job: It's Not What You Think - October 21, 2013
- Fluency Fix-Up Strategies Part II - October 17, 2013
- Fluency Fix-Up: Teaching Sight Word Phrases - October 8, 2013
- Working Together to Break the Silence: October is Selective Mutism Awareness Month - October 2, 2013
- Stressed Out! Helping the Child With Selective Mutism Cope With Anxiety - September 26, 2013
- Using Booktalks to Create a Community of Readers - September 17, 2013
- Beyond the Jitters: Selective Mutism and Social Phobia - September 13, 2013
- Say No to Boredom! Dynamic Incorporation of Nonfiction Into the Classroom - September 12, 2013
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3. Create a lesson plan template and save to your desk top. For those times when you have an emergency and need to create lesson plans fast, create a lesson plan template and save on your home computer. The template could include an outline of your schedule with blocks for your classes, subjects, and routines. You will need to just fill in the details and then you can fax or email to your school, if this is permissible. At my previous school, I was able to email my plans to the secretary who would then print out and place on my desk. If you have the binder completed in hint #1, you only need to reference the binder and will not have to type all your routines, policies, and important information.
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