Making A Difference

It’s that time of year again, a new school year!  It’s been said, “Some people go into teaching because it is a job.  Some people go into teaching to make a difference.”  In the book, “The First Days of School” by Harry and Rosemary Wong, there are some great principals that will help you as you prepare to “make a difference” in the lives of your students.  Consider these thoughts and have a great start to your year!

  1.  Have positive expectations for your students’ behavior and their learning
  2. Think about what you need to do to be a good classroom manager
  3. Design your lessons to help students become proficient at the skills you are teaching
  4. Strive to continue to learn and grow professionally
  5. Most important, be a good role model for those around you by having a positive attitude



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