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  • Reasons You’re a Better Teacher Than You Think
  • Feeling Prepared for Your First Week as a Teacher
  • Preparing for the First Day of School
  • How Does Teaching Change Over Time?
  • Gaining Respect as a New Teacher – How to Naturally Be Authoritative
  • How to Bring Passion Into Your Teaching
  • Making New Kids Comfortable in Your Classroom
  • How Much Homework is Too Much?
  • Favorite Classroom Before-and-Afters
  • Classroom Management Tips & Tricks
  • What Students Taught Me
  • Incorporating the News Into Your Classroom
  • Money and/or Time-Saving Classroom Hacks
  • How I Keep My Classroom Organized
  • How to Use Social Media in the Classroom
  • Staying on Top of the Latest Technology
  • Pros and Cons of Flexible Seating
  • Dealing With Student Trends
  • Favorite Teacher Resources (websites, community groups, social media groups, hashtags - anything!)
  • How To's
  • Things About Teaching They Don’t Tell You in College
  • My Experience as a [Subject] Teacher
  • Making the Most of Your Planning Period
  • Project/Activity My Class Loved
  • Dealing With Parents
  • Interviewing Tips for Teachers
  • Frustrations of Being a Teacher
  • Great Things About Being a Teacher
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