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Are you a new teacher who just completed student teaching? Check out these teacher job interview tips! This reviews common teaching job interview questions, outfits to wear for your teacher interview, what to include in your teaching portfolio, and more. Great for student teachers for kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom in the elementary school setting.

How to Ace Your Teacher Job Interview

Inside: Teaching job interview tips from our teacher community! If you could ask me what the most common topic I’ve been getting questions about in our teacher community the last month, it would definitely be job interviews! Whether you just finished student teaching and are on the search for your first job, or you are simply looking for a change, you want to be prepared for your interview. Have no fear! These tips were compiled from a wide variety of teachers inside the Wife Teacher Mommies Unite Facebook group. With this variety of insight, you are bound to ace your

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Teachers will LOVE this one simple trick to build your classroom community. These classroom community building activities will work for your kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, grade classroom! Great for the primary classroom and upper elementary as well as special education. These lessons will help yours students create a classroom community and build their writing skills, too. The activities are fun and engaging writing lessons. A great classroom management idea and strategy!

One Simple Trick to Build your Classroom Community

Inside: Learn how to build your classroom community with a fun and engaging community building strategy that lasts all year long! How do you think building a stronger classroom community would help your class, right now? (Or if the school year hasn’t begun yet, how would it help to get started on the right foot?) The truth is, having a strong classroom community can make or break your school year! I’m excited to share a new teaching strategy that will help you build your classroom community. And, as a bonus, it also students builds student writing skills!   This strategy

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