Encourage Good Educators

Susan JonesBlog, Connect Better, Engage Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: Making a decision on your next steps after graduating high school can be challenging. Many people are discouraging individuals to go into teaching. Teaching is a great career that needs energetic, passionate people with a desire for lifelong learning. Every career has pros and cons. You need to decide what is best for you. Senior year! What an exciting, … Read More

Kyle HillXhausted Educators Podcast

In this episode, author, lead mentor specialist, and digital learning resource teacher, Lauren Boulden shares what new teachers need to know and how staff can support them in their first year. She discusses everything from strategies for new teachers to bladder control! ————————————- Check out Lauren’s book, Next Level Digital Tools, And Teaching here: https://www.tcpress.com/next-level-digital-tools-and-teaching-9780807766545 Connect with Lauren on Twitter … Read More

Episode 32: The “IT Factor” with Dean Packard

Darrin PeppardLeaning Into Leadership

What does it take to cultivate meaningful relationships in your community? How do you ensure new staff buy in? Check out this conversation with middle school principal Dean Packard to find out. That, plus your #PepTalk and more on this week’s show. MORE EPISODES

Tales of a Teacher: New Teacher Support

Becky ThalBlog, Lead Better, Reflect Better

TL;DR: This post shares an interview with Susan Jachymiak on why she’s passionate about the topic of new teacher support. Good mentors should be transparent, supportive, and passionate. Many first-year teachers struggle with classroom management. Make sure you give yourself breaks to recharge. New Teacher Support: Interview with Susan Jachymiak I’ve been following Susan Jachymiak on social media for a … Read More

Summer as a New Teacher

Erin HealeyBlog, Self Care Better, Teach Happier

TL;DR: Summer needs to be a time of rest and an intentional reset yourself for the next school year. Summer as a new teacher can involve working at a summer camp or summer school. You can take professional development. Or you can work seasonally for a local business. Congratulations! You have (almost) made it to the end of the school … Read More