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How I Became an English Teacher ... and 5 Signs You Might Be One Too

The story of how our guest blogger Stephanie Jankowski became an English teacher—and five signs it might be your destiny too!

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5 Reasons Teachers Should Never Share Their Cell Phone Numbers With Students

We get it. Your phone holds your life and, well, your job is an important part of it. And to be honest, sometimes it's nice to keep everything in one place instead of worrying about getting to school before you call Mikey's parents to let him know that he was tardy again. But these teachers learned the hard way that sometimes what is easier can backfire. Enjoy a good laugh and then go hide that cell phone deep in your locked desk drawer.

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Pick of the Week: IF...

This awesome app helps build students' social and emotional learning (SEL) skills.

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K-2 Education Pack - Cats, Dogs and Us

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Download today and WeAreTeachers will donate $1 to IFAW! The K-2 pack of education resources, lessons and worksheets aim to educate students about the characteristics of ca...

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Teacher Helpline: What's the Best Way to Organize a Teaching Portfolio?

Whether you're putting together a teaching portfolio as a job-seeker, to document your performance or simply to keep a record of your career, it can be a challenge to know what to include and how to organize all of the creative work you and your students have completed.

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I Am From - Poetry

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Students will compose an original poem about themselves using an extensive brainstorming exercise and a poetry template.

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Measuring With Chickens

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In this lesson, students will measure classroom objects using a very nonstandard unit, plastic chickens.

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World Pizza Project

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5 Moments That Make Teaching Worthwhile

These are the moments that, despite all the frustrations and challenges, make us glad and proud that we became teachers!

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The Teacher Report: Joining the Maker Movement

Imagine a classroom where students learn though hands-on experimentation, design and trial and error. Where they build rocket ships out of cardboard and dollhouses with working electricity. Where children's natural instinct to explore their world and to solve problems is encouraged through invention and play.

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9 Job Hunting Tips From Teachers Who've Landed Their Dream Positions

Are you thinking of applying for a new teaching job this year? Landing a great teaching job is a life-changer—but it takes some work. And by the time you finish with job fairs and portfolio building, it can be downright daunting. To help, we asked real teachers who landed their dream jobs what they did to make their job hunts successful. They shared their best creative ideas for résumé building, job interviews and portfolio creation. Here's what they had to say.

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Finding Continuing Education Courses

Grade(s): All

Type(s): WATcasts

Sponsor: Enhancement Courses

We spoke to Dr. Peter Vander Haeghen about how you can find a valuable professional development experience. 

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