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Sgae presentation1

  1. 1. Surviving Your First Year <br />Teaching!<br />
  2. 2. The 1st Day!<br />Know your routine for the day. -Planned Activities<br />Dress Professionally! -Gives a good impression to parents!<br />Greet students at door with a smile! -Creates a positive mood!<br />
  3. 3. Organization!<br />Have the desks organized to reflect your classroom’s atmosphere! <br />The Famous 3-Tray system! 1. Completed Work 2. Late Work 3. Missed Work (For absent students)<br />Develop a routine from the start!<br />
  4. 4. Organization (cont.)<br />Have on your schedule the important dates to remember! -Test Dates -Parent/Teacher conference dates<br />Reward System -Know the reward system you plan to incorporate for your classroom! <br />
  5. 5. Difficult Situations!<br />CDB (Cool Down Break)<br />DEAR Time (Drop Everything And Read)<br />Ask students for suggestions!<br />Just Breathe! <br />Never loose your cool in front of the students…they smell fear! -They will forever know how to make you crash!<br />Students will see how far they can push you! -Always enforce the rules to keep them from reaching “the line”.<br />
  6. 6. Difficult Situations (cont.)<br />Between fellow staff/parents/etc. -Acknowledge their feelings on the situation. -Ask open-ended questions. -Don’t discredit their view as wrong! -Try to understand their view on the situation.<br />If an agreement or understanding cannot be reached… -Explain your reasons for leaving. -Be willing to accept any and all consequences.<br />
  7. 7. Classroom Needs!!!<br />Classroom Library (Your Responsibility!)<br />Sales!!!!!!!<br />Ask parents for donations! -Never say “No” if a parent asks, “Do you need anything?”<br />Use the power of politeness! <br />
  8. 8. Your Classroom!!<br />Student Check in Procedures!<br />Seating Charts!<br />Folder System!<br />Vacation assignments!<br />Classroom activities!<br />*Your Goals & Expectations! <br />
  9. 9. Health & Wellness!<br />Apply structure to your life outside the classroom! -Plan & Reflect! -Try to be flexible/look for solutions!<br />Take care of yourself! -Work out -Personal hygiene -Keep a decent sleep schedule -Hobbies/Read<br />
  10. 10. NEVER feel ashamed to ask a fellow staff member for help! -Chances are that they have been, or are, in the same boat you’re in! <br />Try to meet with other teachers teaching the same grade/subject as you! -Lets you know where you, along with them, are on the course of the curriculum!<br />
  11. 11. Some Helpful Sites!<br />digitalwish.com -Grants available for the classroom!<br />teachers-teachers.com -Job postings for every state!<br />neamb.com -Resource for NEA/GAE members.<br />pppst.com-Pre-made PowerPoint presentations!<br />xtranormal.com -Make videos for out-of-class learning!<br />prometheanplanet.com -Interactive activities!<br />
  12. 12. Resources!<br />Charlotte Frattini, “Welcome To The Jungle: Surviving Your First Year In The Classroom”<br />GAE Volunteers, “How To Handle A Difficult Conversation”<br />

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