DEEP DIVE / New Teachers

New Teacher Survival Guide

Being a new teacher can be overwhelming. But we’re here to help! Though it might feel like you need to learn everything at once (and right away!), take a minute to breathe. Look at the guiding questions below and see which one speaks to you the most. Start with the area where you feel like you need the most help.

Not sure where to get started? Browse and see what interests you. Remember that the best teachers are always learning and that you have time to learn, experiment, reflect, and adjust.

Let’s dive in and start learning!

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Essential Questions

Ready to learn more about being a new teacher? Start by exploring these questions or dive into the resource further below. Have your own questions you’d like to ask? Make sure to check out the Q&A.

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Video Resources

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Back to School Starter Packs

Are you preparing for your very first year of teaching? Our Back to School Starter Packs are filled with resources to help you get started. Check out the packs for tips on setting up your classroom space, developing your class culture, planning lessons, and taking care of yourself.

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2 Comments

  • Private message to Andy Bridges

Great help.

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  • Private message to Carol Esquibel

These video clips NEED to be accessible to ALL new teacher even if they are experienced teachers.  We get in such a educational rut; we have plans and we do not like change therefor our plans may not effective but if we are not reflecting on our teaching,  We don't know effective our teaching actually is.   Then we keep teaching the same way year after year.

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