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Ideas for Classroom Jobs | Scholastic
Posted: (3 days ago) Teacher Assistant: completes all secretarial jobs that need to be done. Messenger : takes notes to the office or runs errands around the school. Homework Checker : checks in students' homework and reports missing assignments to the teacher.
Employment Opportunities: Turning Classroom Jobs Into a ...
Posted: (1 months ago) Shake up your classroom job system and introduce new vocabulary with this list of twists on old job titles. Administrative Assistant: Passes out and collects papers; keeps track of "appointments" (such as items on the class schedule). Assembly Line Manager: Leads the line when the class goes to lunch, outdoors, and so on. Board Hygienist: Erases the chalkboards.
Classroom Jobs for All Your Student Helpers | Scholastic
Posted: (4 days ago) Classroom Management First Jobs and Chores New Teacher Resources Responsibility. Appears in These Collections. Collection New Teacher Survival Guide These guides for first-year teachers offer crucial tips for managing the classroom, students, curriculum, parent communication, and, of course, time. Grade s. K-8 ...
Teachers: Find Your Career Path | Scholastic
Posted: (5 days ago) Education: No extra formal education required, although experienced teachers with a master’s are more likely to get the nod. Duties: Plan and lead team meetings. On a content team, the focus is curriculum and instruction; a grade-level team leader will focus on logistical concerns like student discipline and attendance.
Teachers' Guide to Getting Hired | Scholastic
Posted: (8 days ago) Michelle Fitzhenry, a fourth-grade teacher in Madbury, New Hampshire, says principals used to ask about her “teaching philosophy.” During a recent job hunt, though, she noticed that questions were more specific, covering pedagogical strategies like how she uses data to inform instruction.
Completing a Job Application | Scholastic
Posted: (3 days ago) Ask students to get a letter of recommendation from a teacher or previous employer (from jobs such as, babysitting, newspaper delivery, etc.). The letter should list the student's accomplishments and what would make them a good employee. Assignments. Students will complete a job application form.
Education Careers Outside of the Classroom | Scholastic
Posted: (7 days ago) Most teachers will sharpen their skills over the summer or work another job to earn more money. Teachers don’t have time to get summer-shamed! Read my post, “ Five Responses to Critics of Summer Break ,” and be prepared for any silly anti-teacher comments thrown your way!
Applications and Interviews | Scholastic
Posted: (5 days ago) Step 6: Either distribute the job applications collected from local businesses or display the job acquisition description options and ask students to select an imaginary job for which they will be applying. Instruct them to complete the application using the experience, skills and education listed on the chart.
Teacher Pink Slips | Scholastic
Posted: (12 days ago) The threat of losing jobs can severely impact teacher families and financial responsibilities. Another important tip to remember is, although with budget cuts your job will be impacted by either less money or more students, try not to talk about how difficult it will be next year in front of noticed teachers.
Free Classroom Lesson Plans and Unit Plans for Teachers ...
Posted: (4 days ago) Lesson plans, unit plans, and classroom resources for your teaching needs. Browse or search thousands of free teacher resources for all grade levels and subjects. Teachers. Teachers Home Lessons and Ideas Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store ...