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11 Essential First-Year Teaching Tips

Pay attention, class. These are 11 of the wisest, most straightforward, and indispensable teaching tips you'll encounter as a new teacher. read more

6 Tips for Surviving Your First Year as a Teacher

No matter how well prepared you are academically, your first year teaching is very likely to be overwhelming. But thrilling. And definitely more

Job Search Tips for Teachers

Teachers face a unique (and uniquely difficult) job search. That's why we pulled out some teacher-specific tips to help!read more

How to Deal With Mean Parents: Tips for New Teachers

Most parents will respect your classroom decisions, listen to your concerns, and collaborate with you for the benefit of their child. more

What Education Do You Need to Become a Teacher?

Teacher education is basically two-fold: learning their subject(s) cold and learning the ins and outs of leading a more

Beyond the Blackboard: 42 Alternative Jobs for Education Majors

A degree in education is often seen as synonymous with a career teaching a classroom full young people. But the thing is, not everyone in education ends up in read more

Ask The Experts

Q: Can I be a teacher without getting a teaching degree?

A: There are some teaching positions that do not specifically require a degree in education; however, you may find you are best suited by an actual degree in education if you wish to be a full-time teacher as a career. read more

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