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Professional Reading for Teachers

Books for teachers, professional reading, how to, summer reads for teachers, technology reads, informational blog posts, what to do about student behavior, inspirational quotes. Photos of covers and pictures make the best pins, please do not pin the tiny covers from online stores, and no photos only. Thank you.

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The 7 Bad Habits of Ineffective Teachers | Teach 4 the Heart

Here is a great blog that offers a great idea on how to negotiate cell phone use with teens!!

Tips for teachers: how to save your voice | The Cornerstone

How to Communicate More Effectively with Parents | Teach 4 the Heart

How to be a miserable, frustrated, disillusioned teacher

Resources for Teachers in High-Poverty Schools | The Cornerstone

Here is a great blog that discusses about why grammar is an important skill to master and it also offers a link to a set of 5 new grammar games $ !

83 percent of U.S. teachers are white. Nearly half our students are not. However uncomfortable it may be to talk about, this makes a difference. The good news is, a set of best practices is starting to emerge. [...]

Never work harder than your students | The Cornerstone

10 Keys to a Controlled, Effective Classroom | Teach 4 the Heart

Get the most out of your professional development notes. Effectively organize your PD notes - paper or paperless options discussed! Great ideas from 2 Peas and a Dog.

National Board Certification | The Cornerstone

Come learn about the best ways to empower ADHD learners!

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The benfits of using empathetic listening with children...

Goals in Sight By: All for the Love of Teaching

Come read about 10 fun games that strengthen visual processing skills!

Why Is It So Hard to Be Consistent? | Teach 4 the Heart

Come learn about how to individualize reading remediation for faster results.

Incredible Interactive Notebooks: Let's Take a Closer Look! - Teachers Pay Teachers

12 amazing special needs stories you need to read!

EdCamp in NYC- The Cornerstone

How to Be a Miserable, Frustrated, Disillusioned Teacher | Teach 4 the Heart

I was diagnosed with dyscalculia, a learning disability in math and absolutely HATED the subject. This is the story of how I learned to love teaching math and helping other teachers love teaching math, too.

My journey in educational publishing: how to write books for teachers | The Cornerstone