Online Community for New Teachers http://www.edweb.net/newteacherhelp New Teacher Help is a professional learning community (PLC) that helps new teachers get advice and support, and share experiences about the first years of teaching.
The New Teacher Help PLC is a place where you can post questions, start discussions, and get feedback from experts and peers on the issues and challenges you facing starting out on a career in teaching. Stay connected, share ideas, and get support from other new teachers all across the (USA) country.
Join the New Teacher Help community for invitations to the free webinars, to view the archives and get a CE Certificate for previous programs, and to access the discussions and resources.
New Teacher Survival Guide: Planning http://bit.ly/1fqqP4L New Teacher Survival Guide: Planning
Grades 9-12 / ELA / Lesson Planning
Newly Qualified Teachers: Annual Survey 2013 [England] http://library.teachingtimes.com/articles/nqt-survey_251113.htm Newly Qualified Teachers: Annual Survey 2013
From February to May 2013, the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) surveyed newly qualified teachers (NQTs) who had successfully completed their initial teacher training in England during the 2011 to 2012 academic year.
The survey assesses the quality of their initial teacher training in a number of key areas; their induction experiences; and their current employment circumstances.
UK Times Educational Supplement : New Teachers http://newteachers.tes.co.uk/ UK Times Educational Supplement : Support for New Teachers
Teaching tips | Careers advice | JobsFind an Answer | Resources | Live advice |
New Teacher Support http://www.learnnc.org/lp/pages/4064 New Teacher Support
When you decided to become a teacher, what did you think about? If you’re like most people, you thought about making a difference in children’s lives, about helping them learn, making them think, “touching the future.” You didn’t think about IEPs, disinterested parents, students with behavior problems, or the isolation of being alone in a classroom with thirty students.
LEARN NC is here to help. We’ll help you find the resources, support, ideas, and advice you need to make your classroom the rewarding, positive learning environment you want it to be. We won’t pretend that it will be easy — but we will promise that it will be worth the effort.
Supporting New Teachers: Ideas for Principals http://bit.ly/12YvYR6 Supporting New Teachers: Ideas for Principals
The New Teacher Tool Kit Webinar http://bit.ly/15b8uZA The New Teacher Tool Kit Webinar
Drawing on simple, research-based ideas that are widely known, we will examine five basic tools that will lay the foundation for further growth and learning. We will pay particular attention to the emerging role that social media groups and global connections can play in supporting new teachers.
Edutopia : New Teacher Connections [Group] http://www.edutopia.org/groups/bridges-first-years-practice Edutopia : New Teacher Connections [Group]
The first years of practice can be a time of great hope and exhilaration -- and fatigue and anxiety. This group is designed to allow new teachers and veterans alike to connect and share that sense of community that is so important in the first years.
Supporting New Teachers : Panel Discussion http://vimeo.com/47684451 Pam Powell, UTeach Austin master teacher, moderated a panel discussion with new UTeach graduates during the 2012 UTeach Annual Conference. They reflected on their experiences as new teachers and discussed strategies for providing support during this induction period.
New Teacher YouTube Channel http://www.youtube.com/user/NewTeacher1stYear This is the New Teacher First Year Channel. Founded, monitored and maintained by Lisa Dabbs.
My passion is to support and coach new and pre-service teachers. Please stop by to view weekly tips and inspirational videos throughout the school year.
The Rookie Teacher http://therookieteacher.ca/ The Rookie Teacher
The Rookie Teacher is committed to facilitating new teacher collaboration, offering ideas, information, and resources, and inspiring a future of life long learners.
A wise educator once said, “Take Chances, Make Mistakes and Get Messy.” Thank you for visiting our blog and joining in on the discussion.
Please take a moment to listen to The Lounge podcast.
100 Essential Blog Posts for New Teachers http://bit.ly/8r8dyD 100 Essential Blog Posts for the First-Year Teacher
To Teach: The Journey of a Teacher http://www.teacherscollegepress.com/pdfs/ayersguide.pdf To Teach: The Journey of a Teacher has proved to be a durable text for several years.
Combining vivid narratives with practical insights, theoretical frameworks and philosophical guideposts, To Teach invites teachers and teachers-to-be to rethink the project of teaching from top to bottom.
ALISON : Free Online Courses http://alison.com/course/ ALISON is a free online learning resource for basic and essential workplace skills.
ALISON stands for "Advance Learning Interactive Systems Online"
ALISON provides high-quality, engaging, interactive multimedia courseware for certification and standards-based learning. All courses on ALISON are accessible for free to individual learners.
The mission of ALISON is to enable anyone, anywhere, to educate themselves for free via interactive self-paced multimedia. It is our belief that through ALISON, the cost of access to high-quality education can be removed.
Through the ALISON learning platform we can assist people around the world in educating themselves, thereby creating a more equitable and sustainable global society.
Free Digital Literacy & IT Skills | Free Enterprise & Business Skills | Free Financial & Economic Literacy | Free Health & Safety & Compliance | Free Health Literacy | Free Leadership & Management Training | Free Language Skills | Free Personal Development & Soft Skills | Free Teacher Training |
The Good Teacher : An 8 Act Play http://docs.moodle.org/en/The_Good_Teacher The Good Teacher
Once upon a time, there was a Pretty Good Teacher. Her students and her peers recognized that she was a Pretty Good Teacher. Humble as she was, though, she also felt that she was a Pretty Good Teacher, and she was proud to be one.
Still, like all good teachers, she wanted to be an even better teacher ...
International Teacher Appreciation http://www.teacher-appreciation.info/ Teacher Appreciation website with ideas and suggestions for Teachers Day, Teacher Appreciation Week and other student-teacher occasions.
Resources and Advice for New Teachers http://www.edu-cyberpg.com/Teachers/newteacher.html Resources and Advice for New Teachers from Education CyberPlayGround
Survival Kit for New Teachers | End of School Activities | First Day of School | Rainy Day Games to Play |
Back-to-School Guide for Beginning Teachers http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/curr260.shtml Back-to-School Guide for Beginning Teachers (and Not-So-New Teachers Too)!
Are you a substitute -- or potential substitute -- wondering whether you'll survive the challenges that lie ahead? Are you an administrator or a classroom teacher wondering how to help a substitute get through the day? If so, the Education World Online Substitute Survival Kit is for you! Included: Songs, games, lesson activities, and templates to help a sub survive even the most difficult experience!
Planning for Your First Day at School http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/curr360.shtml Planning for Your First Day at School
On the first day of school, the secret to success is in the planning, not the pedagogy. How's your back-to-school planning going? Have you forgotten anything? Our checklist can help! Included: Online resources for a variety of back-to-school planning needs, including welcome letters, bulletin board ideas, and back-to-school activities.
Top Ten Picks for Great Teacher Flicks http://www.education-world.com/a_admin/admin156.shtml Top Ten Picks for Great Teacher Flicks
Good "teacher movies" draw future teachers into the profession and reinvigorate seasoned veterans. Often based on real-life events, the films show teachers reaching deep inside themselves in order to touch the lives and hearts of their students. This week, Education World reports on an e-survey of teachers around the country to find the ten teacher movies that resonate most strongly with today's educators.
Teachers Helping Teachers http://www.pacificnet.net/~mandel/index.html This is a free, non-profit service. It costs nothing to access the information, and no money is made from teachers who contribute. Material on this service is updated weekly during the school year
Individuals may make copies of the lessons in TEACHERS HELPING TEACHERS for use in their classrooms.
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