Building Foundations for Success: Back to School Tips for New Teachers
Session Description: Discover effective classroom management strategies that promote a positive learning environment, foster student engagement, and minimize disruptions. Gain insights into creating well-structured lesson plans that align with curriculum standards, cater to diverse learning styles, and facilitate meaningful student learning. Build strong teacher-student relationships and make meaningful connections to enhance learning outcomes. Discover tools and resources to communicate effectively and quickly with parents and guardians for student success. Explore time management techniques to balance teaching responsibilities, grading, lesson preparation, and personal life. Understand the significance of self-care to maintain well-being and enthusiasm for a successful teaching career.
Starting your teaching career can be highly thrilling, intellectually demanding, and emotionally challenging, so it is helpful to seek insight and guidance from veteran educators who have gone before you. Join Shelly Sanchez Terrell for this time-saving, to the point session as she shares proven strategies to support new teachers with classroom management, routines and procedures, lesson planning, student relationships, family engagement, and self-care. You will also walk away with practical tips and advice that will address your new teacher concerns as well as tools and resources to help kick-start your teaching journey.
Participants will complete an exit ticket and a survey to demonstrate their understanding of the session objectives and reflect on their learning.
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|Saturday, September 16, 2023 @ 1:00 PM EDT
|Classroom Management, Communication & Collaboration, Differentiation & Personalization, Diversity & SEL, Learning Theories & Strategies
|Back to School, Beginning Teachers, Classroom Management, Collaborative Learning, Differentiation & Personalization, Instructional Strategies, New Teachers, Preservice Teachers, SEL, Social & Emotional Learning, Student Teaching