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Shonda Jones | Educator at Dallas ISD It depends on your certification. The current exam for elementary school ...

What grade level is it best to start working in?

Ok, so lets say you completed the education requirements, and became a teacher. Now your a beginner elementary school teacher. What grade level would you recommend starting as? #teaching-prek-12...

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Active Mar 03 at 13:54

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Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps It really depends on you and your experience. I would suggest ...

What are some effective ways to study if you are a hands on learner?

I struggle to find effective ways for me to study and remember the material. #iwannastudybetter #elementary-education...

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Active Mar 08 at 00:25

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Eula Biezen | Owner & Interior Designer Dear Delaini, It is wonderful to see that you are so ...
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Danielle Aceves | Solutions Manager When I went through the credential program for early childhood development ...

Are there any classes that a teacher would recommend that a prospective teacher take?

I am asking because as a student we have a list of classes that we should take as education majors to graduate, but I always wonder if there are any classes that a future educator should take that is not in the set list of classes that students take. Classes that would help out even more in...

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Active Feb 09 at 14:27

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Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps It's helpful to take higher-level classes in Sociology, Psychology, and Human ...

How do I handle discipline in the classroom?

I'm going to be a teacher (first grade), and I'm not sure about the best way to handle discipline problems in the classroom. For example, is it better to give them a time out, or take away a privilege? And what do I do if the parents of an unruly child are uncooperative/unhelpful? #teaching...

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Active Apr 04 at 13:17

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Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps There are a number of ways to handle discipline in the ...
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Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps I'm currently teaching 6-9 right now and I have colleagues that ...

As a educator, how do you make sure to effectively communicate to each student?

I know all students learn differently, especially students with special needs. For future reference I am curious as to how does one make sure that you communicate effectively with each student, so that they all learn and understand. #special-education #being-an-elementary-teacher...

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Active Feb 09 at 14:32

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Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps Essentially, treat them like human beings. Your students are people too ...

What are some innovative ways to keep a class engaged?

I volunteer at church school as a teacher aid and we've integrated material into games, activities, discussions, and crafts. Would really appreciate some other creative ideas to keep learning fun and interesting. #education #educator #teacher #teaching #being-an-elementary-teacher...

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Active Dec 16 '17 at 09:29

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Jessalyn McAlister | Individual Giving Manager at City Year Being culturally responsive to your students, whether in church or in ...

What are the steps I need to take in order to become a certified teacher in Michigan?

I am an MSU Graduate Student who just graduated with a BA in Elementary Education. I am currently completed a year-long teaching internship at a local elementary school. At the end of the internship year, I will be a certified teacher. I want to know what additional steps are needed in order to...

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Active Nov 21 '17 at 13:45

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Laurel Schulert | Content Developer at Concur, an SAP company Hi Morgan, I would recommend that you speak to an advisor ...

What does a day in the life of a teacher look like?

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Active Jul 20 at 10:58

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Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research A day in the life of a teacher can be very ...
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