Being a new teacher is CRAZY
You want to know when it'll get easier.
You're stressed out. You work hard.
It feels like there's too much to do and learn,
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"Kim has guided me throughout the beginning teacher process, given me sage advice, and has helped navigate the day to day process of teaching in general. She's always willing to reach out whenever I need help.
I felt that Kim was the most influential with my overall confidence by sharing her 16-year tenured wisdom. As a new teacher, I often lack the confidence in my lessons and/or approach to new situations that are continually being presented.
Teachers often joke and say that students smell fear and lack of confidence. There is a hint of truth in that: students will try to get away will test teachers. Being confident while teaching (I believe) is a key ingredient to a successful classroom. It is because of Kim’s help that I have made progress to make that possible."
The latest from the Teachers Need Teachers podcast
- TnT 45 How to get your students to participate in class
- TnT 44 10 reasons to stop hiding out in your classroom
- TnT 43 How to get support when you have social anxiety
- TnT 42 How can you tell if your students are actually learning?
- TnT 41 Using TpT, unannounced observations, and sub plans
- TnT 40 Teaching is hard but you're not alone
- TnT 39 Six aspects of teaching that always need improvement
- TnT 38 Make one small change for a huge impact
- TnT 37 Let's get ready to STUDENT TEACH
- TnT 36 Stop doing too much and take back your time
- TnT 35 We need to let go of all of the 'shoulds'
- TnT 34 Why your students have the right to fail
- TnT 33 You're cheating yourself when you let your students get away with not doing any work
- TnT 32 How to tackle grading when you're waaay behind
- TnT 31 Ray Steinmetz reveals how to personalize math and make it meaningful to students
- TnT 30 Here's what to do when your lessons just aren't working
- TnT 29 How to best handle an angry parent email
- TnT 28 How to maximize the impact of your lesson planning
- TnT 27 Laura Kebart reassures us that differentiation doesn't have to be difficult
- TnT 26 Erin Sadler helps science teachers make sense of NGSS
- TnT 25 How preassessment data and Lexile scores will change the way you teach
- TnT 24 Latisha Chisholm, LICSW explains how you can best serve your students with IEPs
- TnT 23 What to look for and notice when examining student demographics
- TnT 22 Five types of data you must collect at the beginning of the school year
- TnT 21 Sam Fecich delivers her tips on how preservice teachers can make the most of their education
- TnT 20 Mindset matters - how your mindset becomes your reality in the classroom
- TnT 19 Mari Venturino takes on Twitter as a teacher
- TnT 18 Carolyn Gardner helps elementary teachers get ready for back to school
- TnT 17 How I use my syllabus to communicate with parents
- TnT 16 Tenisha Tate dispels common new teacher myths
- TnT 15 The only advice you'll need on how to nail that next teaching interview
- TnT 14 Ross Cooper emphasizes the importance of growing as an educator
- TnT 13 Rick Mohrien's reassuring interview advice for new teachers
- TnT 12 Rob Fulk gets real about being honest in job interviews
- TnT 11 Scott Schwartz explains the advantages of using data for hiring
- TnT 10 Asia Cunningham gives epic job interview tips
- TnT 9 James Moffett tells us how a teacher's approach to classroom management can make or break an interview
- TnT 8 6 revealing reasons why you didn't get that teaching job
- TnT 7 Why close reading is the first tool new teachers should have under their belt with Brooklyn Khan
- TnT 6 Classroom management doesn't have to suck
- TnT 5 Expecting your students to be mind-readers is a waste of time
- TnT 4 It's time to grade your grading policies
- TnT 3 Why you need to rethink your classroom set up to maximize learning
- TnT 2: Which grade is the easiest to teach, and other questions from the web
- TnT 1: Using end-of-the-year student feedback to guide your teaching
- Why me? Why this podcast? Why now?
- Introducing Teachers Need Teachers
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