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An Okie teacher banished to the Midwest. "Education is not the filling a bucket but the lighting of a fire."-- William Butler Yeats

Thursday, June 29, 2006

Okay, rookie, we're gonna put you in: Suggestions for setting up your classroom

I imagine that there are scads of people out there in the world who have gotten the happy news that they have been hired for the upcoming school year. There are more hopefuls who are currently undergoing that agony known as interviewing as they search for their first teaching contract.

Therefore, I feel that it is my duty as an official Wizened Veteran of the Classroom (I prefer this term to Ancient Hidebound Broad) to share the knowledge I have gained through sweat, toil, and personal peril lo, these many years, as a lion-tamer pedagogue. Several of my edusphere friends have also generously contributed their insight. This post has now become a kind of "Carnival of Classroom Survival," in fact!

First, oh paduan, consider classroom management.

Have only the rules you are willing to consistently enforce, and consistently enforce the rules you have. Have general classroom expectations written up in a succinct style, avoiding "Don't"s, and hand them out the first day of school. Try to keep the expectations to five.

Post the learning goal and agenda for the day on the board every day. Include homework to be assigned and due date.

Never threaten a consequence to a student unless you are actually willing to follow through with it. This is vital in making your life easier for the rest of the year. You must be a person of your word.

Write referrals only after you have attempted lesser consequences, including privately conferencing with the student and calling the student's guardian. If the student is displaying certain kinds of emotional outbursts which seem "over the top" or otherwise unwarranted, you might also consider a non-discipline referral to the counselor, if you have access to them. You will earn the disdain of your administrators if you write up students without following these steps first. Furthermore, some administrators will use your "failure" to attempt to deal with the situation yourself as an excuse to refuse to act upon their part. Linda adds: "Read the student discipline code, and frame any disciplinary referrals in EXACTLY those words. I failed to do this last year, in a new school, and didn't realize that the magic word (level 2 offense) was "disrespectful". When that word was used, the administration acted."

Keep track of each attempt you have made to deal with a difficulty. When the Wizened Veteran was starting out, she kept a binder divided by class period, with a sheet for each student she had had to discipline. I have also used a computer, but a binder is more portable. Whether on paper or on computer, this is an easy reference to use, but keep it secure. I did not fill this out in front of the students.

Don't be afraid to call guardians. If you call a guardian and only get an answering machine or voicemail, leave a message for the guardian asking him or her to call in a pleasantly neutral voice and record when you did this. Don't get into the gory details in a message.

Before calling, find out what the name of the student's guardian is, and what relationship that person has to the student. Don't assume that they share a last name or that they are necessarily the mother or father. Loads of kids are being raised by grandparents, aunts, and even older siblings. In fact, as mister teacher relates, don't make assumptions based on appearance about guardians upon meeting them, either. Everyone used to think that my mother was my grandmother, for instance, because she was older than the other parents. Another teacher adds, "Not all teachers have to worry about this, but in addition to finding out who lives at home, etc, I have to find out what language they speak so I can have an interpreter ready if the need be." This is also something which is a consideration more often than you might think. Of course, I once had a kid whose parents spoke Russian, so there wasn't much help there. For that problem, I have two words for you: Babel Fish. You can type text in and get a pretty reasonable translation back in all kinds of languages. I have used it with great success.

Aprilmay also has an excellent suggestion: "Find the adult who has the most influence on the child when you need to deal with serious issues. It can take some work, but oftentimes a "Nana" or favorite auntie can work wonders when it comes to motivation!" I have had hardened thugs who quaked in the face of a harsh word from Gramma.

Start your conversation by expressing your faith in the student to resolve the issue. Try, "Hello Mrs. Pzzlethwt? I am Junior Pzzlethwt's math teacher at Extraordinary High School. How are you today?"

Then, remember, a gentle word turns away wrath, as this lovely lady once demonstrated. Euphemisms are your friend! "Junior has some exceptional verbal skills, and I was hoping you could help me in persuading him to use them at the correct time." (This means Junior never shuts up.) Always remark that you know Junior has the potential to do better, and thank the guardian for their help in advance.

Don't ever get into a contest of wills with a parent or a student. They don't have to agree with you-- as in, your attitude should calmly be, "You don't have to agree with me, but this is what will happen..." And sorry to say, guardians get to be rude to you with few consequences, but you will be nailed if you are rude to them.

Script the basic gist of what is said during the phone call, and keep that in your binder, along with time and date of call. I once pulled this out when a parent insisted I call her from the principal's office, and very mildly read back to her her own words which she was denying. She had been insisting that I had never contacted her about her darling's difficulty. When she saw that I had a record of every conversation, complete with time and duration of call, she gave up. As our friend nyc educator points out, this also helps cover one's posterior with one's administrators.

Emails, if you have the means, are even better, but still be diplomatic in your wording, because, remember, emails can be forwarded a million times over without your knowledge. And keep a copy of the email you sent-- I printed them out and saved them in the binder.

Start the class on time. Do not cheat the students who are on time in the name of stragglers who stumble in tardy.

Model good behavior. I personally say please and thank you to my students. I somehow have difficulty hearing students who do not extend the same courtesy to me. It's a very strange form of deafness.

Try to get the students on your side when it comes to classroom management. It is actually much more effective if a student knows that his peers will not tolerate his goofing off or disrupting class.

Graycie has another good point: "Walk out amongst'em. Sometimes just standing next to a kid and smiling without breaking the flow of what you are saying to the whole class will stop her dead in her tracks." Slowly move around the room, if your instruction permits it. It will keep all the students on their toes, encourage participation, and keep heads from drooping.

Mr. Lawrence makes an excellent suggestion to which I personally adhere. Consider placing your desk at the backs of your students. This enables you to see what is going on unobtrusively. Students will realize this and they will stay on task with much less prompting. Our district has laptop computers that the students can use. With my desk behind the students, I can view screens easily to see what exactly they're looking at on the 'net- whether they're actually doing research or if they're trying to IM their friends or access Facebook.

Keep the students engaged until the bell rings. Remember, you-- NOT the bell-- dismiss the class. Otherwise, each day the students will knock off a bit earlier.

Mike in Texas reminds us, "Trust, but verify." When a child claims that she has done the technicolor yawn, tossed his cookies, ralphed, whatever-- make sure she has. Oh, and watch for the finger-down-the-throat trick before a quiz or test.

And seriously, if a student feels ill, goes to the restroom, and doesn't come back in four or five minutes, send a trustworthy kid of the same gender to go check on her. She may have passed out in there, or she may be scamming and roaming the halls. In either case, you want to know.

Darren adds: "'Without' is a powerful word. When giving instructions, simultaneously tell students what you want them to do (using concrete terms) and what you don't want them to do. 'Please open your textbooks to page 73 without talking.' Telling students to "be quiet" doesn't work; telling them what to do (take out your textbooks) and what not to do (without talking) does. Give it a try!"

Now, let us consider supplies.

Part of your job as a teacher is to reinforce a burgeoning sense of personal responsibility in your young charges.

If you keep pencils or pens on your desk, they will disappear. If you can afford this, fine. However, a word of warning. If you consistently give out pencils or paper or whatever, expect your students to regularly come to class without them, knowing that you will remove this responsibility from their shoulders. Your choice. I use very bizarre novelty pens for myself, and anyone trying to cadge one of these would be busted immediately.

Same thing with textbooks. If you give out textbooks to those who do not bring theirs, soon no one will bring their texts to class. If you want to distribute ten of them every class period and lose five minutes of teaching time, that's your choice, but plan accordingly. Make sure you take them up at the end of the period (another five minutes lost there) or you will be missing a whole slew of books by the third week of school. And while you're managing this distribution, what are the other students doing?

I like keeping a little box of golf pencils in my desk for those who cannot master their writing utensil management skills. Students tend not to want to borrow these more than once. You can also keep a cup of used pencils you have found in the hallway for distribution. I personally also like to have my dog or a convenient toddler to put chew marks on them so they won't be so appealing to those who seem need some assistance from St. Anthony of Padua in this regard.

On the other hand, be on the lookout for a student who cannot afford supplies. I often claim to have "found" spirals or pencils for these students lying around unclaimed in my classroom, and privately let them know what a favor they would be doing me if they could possibly put them to use instead of forcing me to harm the environment by discarding them. These items are often found for sale in bulk at the end of July through the first few days of September. You can often buy spirals for a dime-- those that are sold this way are called "loss-leaders" because the supply stores take a beating on them to get you into the store. I buy about thirty for myself each year, and those I don't use, I donate to a needy school affiliated with my house of worship.

Q's personal legend has a neat system: "I also have a station in the room for stuff the kids can use: stapler, hand sanitizer, hole punch, kleenex, etc. And, (you will laugh), I made large magic marker outlines of these things on the table. It looks funny, but the kids always return it to its 'home,' and I don't have to keep saying, 'Where is my stapler?!'"

And, since teachers are often klutzy because we are rushed, and kids are just klutzy in general, I suggest you keep the following things on hand in your desk in a little box (one of my students made one for me): Shout wipes, plug-in air fresheners, odor neutralizer spray, antiperspirant, a needle and some thread, safety pins, peppermints, lotion, astringent, cotton pads (like the ones used by the nurse), latex gloves, bandaids, and a flashlight with working batteries. I once had the power go out for TWO HOURS in a room with no windows. And we were instructed to keep the kids in the room while they tried to fix it. Fun.

Now, let's deal with presentation and attitude.

Boy Scout motto? Be prepared. Teacher motto? OVERPLAN. Always have more activities on hand than you can possibly use in a class period.

Have a sense of humor. Be willing to laugh gently at yourself. Self-deprecation goes a long way to establishing a sense of rapport with your students.

Keep a folder on your desk in case you ever need a sub. I label it "SUB FOLDER" in really large, bright letters. Include in it your classroom expectations, UPDATED seating charts, complete with pronunciation guides if needed, and an emergency lesson for each class in case you get hit by a runaway oxcart on the way to work and have no chance to send in real lesson plans. Make it simple, but interesting. Mr. Lawrence, who works as a substitute, echoes this advice. You cannot expect the students to read quietly for two hours for a sub. (There are all kinds of books in the bookstore or classroom supply stores that have suggestions for cute little activities, if your brain is befuddled.) I usually include at least one activity which must be turned in by the end of class to keep the students occupied. Once again, OVERPLAN, leaving the sub the option of granting the students a reprieve on a deadline or on an assignment if they behave superbly. Carrots and sticks, people, is better when you've need more carrot rather than more stick. In the classroom expectations, you would be wise to spell out your policies on quizzes and tests, such as "All quizzes are to be done individually by the students, not as group work or in 'Jeopardy' format." I have had subs who have allowed students to use their books on unit tests or to do them as a group. No kidding.

Always err toward joking rather than bitching with your coworkers. You make a first impression only once, but you can ruin your reputation over and over.

Spangles, one of our colleagues, notes, "Eat lunch with your colleagues. It builds bonds, lets you form a friendly relationship, and gets you out of the classroom for at least a few minutes. You might give it up later, but it's a worth a start. I was a young new teacher and I formed a strong bond with my older, wiser team members because I ate lunch with them each and every day. It made it easier to laugh at myself and my students." Excellent advice. Your colleagues are your lifeline.

However, unless you have the metabolism of a three-year-old, avoid cafeteria food and bring your lunch. Cafeteria food includes a percentage of fat and amount of calories geared toward growing young bodies. If you don't want a widening older body, stay away from the ersatz nachos and mystery meat chili and the turkey burgers. But don't skip lunch.

Do not get angry, and strive not to take things personally. If the kids know they can provoke you, they will try to do it at every opportunity. Remember the scene in Finding Nemo when Bruce gets a whiff of Dory's blood? Avoid tempting your students in this fashion. I personally get quieter when students are crossing the line. Work on developing a "look" which strikes wrongdoers dumb. Works wonders.

Our colleague Tree_Story adds: "Your best friends can be the custodians and front office secretary. Be courteous and always say thank you and they can make your year soooo much nicer." Happychyck includes the building or district tech person in this golden circle of demigods, and rightly so.

Graycie reminds us: "Never be afraid to say, 'I don't know. How can we find out?'" Then have the students actually find the answer. The goal of teaching students is to enable them to get along without a teacher. Don't just abandon questions they've asked to which you do not know the answer-- these are the questions which have sparked their interest, and a good teacher wants to fan that spark into an inferno.

And finally, consider health maintenance.

Wear comfortable shoes with some support. Teachers have some of the worst back problems of all professions because we spend so much time on our feet. Avoid heels. You will rarely sit down.

Keep yourself hydrated.

You've heard of GIGO (Garbage In, Garbage Out)? Remember WIWO (Water In, Water Out). Yes, since what goes in must come out, also try to avoid the common teacher pitfall of not going to the can until 4 pm. You will get kidney and bladder problems, and with your insurance, you can't afford that.

Offer students a couple of points of extra credit to bring in two good boxes of tissue at the start of the school year if your school does not provide the good stuff. You'll thank me during flu season.

Have two trash cans in your room: one for student use, and one for you. You'll see why this is health related in a second.

Have two boxes of tissue out at any one time. One box should be hidden away for you, and the used tissues go into your personal trash can, which I stash behind my desk. The other box is for the students, and should be placed away from your desk or where you stand most often in the room. The student trash can goes under this box of tissue, and away from you. You will avoid a LOT of colds this way. Trust me. With your insurance, you can't afford that either, not to mention that it takes FOUR hours to write lesson plans for a seven hour day.

Keep disinfecting wipes and hand sanitizer in your desk. Wipe down the surfaces of your desk regularly, including phone, particularly if Mary Typhus, who is hacking up a storm, has just used your phone to talk to her mom. Clean the student desks and the doorknob every once in a while, as well.

Finally, if you are really sick, don't go to school. You will make yourself worse, and end up using the princely number of sick days you have been allotted in one mad swoop.

Well, those are some of my sure-fire, handy dandy tips. If anyone has any others, I'd be glad to add them on with credit given.

Now, go get 'em, Tiger.

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At 6/29/06, 5:46 PM, Blogger 100 Farmers said...

Your best friends can be the custodians and front office secretary. Be courteous and always say thank you and they can make your year soooo much nicer.

At 6/29/06, 6:34 PM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...


At 6/29/06, 6:45 PM, Blogger Spangles said...

This is good advice for any teacher, not just new teachers!

My words of wisdom? Eat lunch with your colleagues. It builds bonds, lets you form a friendly relationship, and gets you out of the classroom for at least a few minutes. You might give it up later, but it's a worth a start. I was a young new teacher and I formed a strong bond with my older, wiser team members because I ate lunch with them each and every day. It made it easier to laugh at myself and my students.

At 6/29/06, 8:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

great points!!! love the pencil thing!

At 6/30/06, 6:55 AM, Blogger mr. e said...

Yes, I agree with konton, I'll be purchasing golf pencils and your advice about keeping a binder for subs is great too.

So do you have any tips for subs or students teachers?

At 6/30/06, 7:31 AM, Blogger NYC Educator said...

Very, very good advice. You ought to repost this in September.

I have a few minor suggestions.

1. Cafeteria food is not suitable for humans of any age. It is largely empty calories, sugar and fat.

2. Keeping records of your home contracts and disciplinary actions is also very useful because you can document your actions when your brain-dead supervisors blame you for whatever atrocities the young eager individual may have committed.

3. The following through on threats is very, very important as credibility can and will make or break you.

This is one of the very best articles of this sort I've ever seen. I only wish I'd seen it before I started, rather than violating virtually every rule you've written, and learning the hard way.

Most people who presumed to show me how to teach public school had never lowered themselves to teach it themselves.

At 6/30/06, 7:36 AM, Blogger Mike in Texas said...

This is an outstanding post Ms. Corenelius with lots of great ideas.

If only someone would make one for administrators.

At 6/30/06, 7:52 AM, Blogger Fred said...

What a terrific post. Please make sure EdWonk links to this on the Carnival.

I really can't think of anything else right now; everything seems to be covered. If I think of something, I'll be back!

At 6/30/06, 8:24 AM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...

Thanks, guys! I posted it now because I got hired this time of year, and started thinking about how much I struggled.

Oh and I think someone SHOULD make one for administrators! Come August, when teir contract begins, I will try to remember to do it (suppressing evil laughter).

At 6/30/06, 2:32 PM, Blogger Carol said...

Ms. Cornelius, what a great article! So true, so true! I wrote one a couple months ago about the important qualities of a good teacher. :-) We should put them all together and publish a book! :-)

At 6/30/06, 3:23 PM, Blogger Lone Pony said...

This was great stuff! I'm going to send it to a couple friends of mine who are new teachers. Thanks Ms. C!

At 6/30/06, 4:09 PM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...

Yeah, it seems like everyne else is writing a book...

At 6/30/06, 4:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Excellent post! Wish I had been given such honest, practical advice when I started teaching. I love the idea of having your own waste basket. Never thought of it that way before. I live by Clorox wipes and Anywhere spray.

A great book I bought that I wish I'd had when I was student teaching: Reluctant Disciplinarian by Gary Rubenstein. There's a page of illustrations of the types of teachers "not" to be that I plan on copying and posting in my desk someday when I get back into the classroom.

At 6/30/06, 4:43 PM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...

Think about it-- the last thing you want to do is breathe in the germs of a million scot rags...

At 6/30/06, 4:47 PM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...

that's snot rags, sorry....

At 6/30/06, 7:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great pointers! And oh so much more readable than my official classroom management reading.

At 6/30/06, 8:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful post!

Oddly enough I was going to do a post very similar to this next week. Now I don't, I can just link here and add a few pointers myself.

At 6/30/06, 10:24 PM, Blogger Mister Teacher said...

Here's a handy tip I learned the hard way during my first year:
Just because someone is heavy set, sporting a buzz cut, and masculine looking, don't EVER just assume that that person is a man... it might just be, as it was in MY case, a student's mother...

At 6/30/06, 10:32 PM, Blogger Mike in Texas said...

I can think of one thing you forgot. If a child says they vomited demand to see the proof.

At 6/30/06, 10:45 PM, Blogger graycie said...

This is wonderful -- wish I'd known this back in the day.

>> Never be afraid to say, "I don't know. How can we find out?"

>>Walk out amongst'em. Sometimes just standing next to a kid and smiling without breaking the flow of what you are saying to the whole class will stop her dead in her tracks.

At 7/1/06, 2:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if this would be applicable, but I've observed that if possible, the best place to put the teacher's desk is so that it faces the students' backs - so that they'd have to turn around to see if the teacher is watching them. This helps immensely for schools where kids have laptops and their 'net usage needs to be monitored.

Also, some teachers allot set days of the week for students to meet with them after school (one I know of has Study Group Monday from 3 - 4 PM) so that confused students can get extra help if needed. It was explained to me that if you set one day, they can't just come in 'any day' if they're having problems with work and it's also a great way to tell the parents of students who are doing poorly, "Look, I made extra time - it was your child's responsibility to meet with me at that time." Some teachers want to bolt when the day is through, so this might not apply to all. ;-)

Finally, a humble request from me: (1.) Seating charts for substitutes that are up-to-date (so I don't get "But we moved seats yesterday!") and (2.) Emergency plans that make sense and work (so I don't get junk like "Students should read quietly for two hours"). Thanks. :-p

At 7/1/06, 10:28 PM, Blogger HappyChyck said...

This is all wonderfull stuff in a nutshell. Where were you when I first started? I've had to learn all of this the hard way!

In addition to custodians and secretaries, might I add the TECH PERSON? If you anger yours, good luck if something goes wrong with your computer. (Some schools have much more to worry about than that, too.) And just like how we don't like to hear lame computer excuses from our students, our supervisors don't like to hear about our technological woes either.

At 7/1/06, 10:39 PM, Blogger EHT said...

Great job! I'll be having a student teacher this Fall and plan to copy this for him/her. Great stuff!

At 7/2/06, 1:53 AM, Blogger Q's Personal Legend said...

Don't forget to tell them to take their vitamins!

I also have a station in the room for stuff the kids can use: stapler, hand sanitizer, hole punch, kleenex, etc. And, (you will laugh), I made large magic marker outlines of these things on the table. It looks funny, but the kids always return it to it's "home," and I dont have to keep saying, "Where is my stapler!"

At 7/2/06, 10:16 AM, Blogger NYC Educator said...

The Carnival of Education, as Fred mentioned, is the perfect place for this post, and I've included it.

The Carnival is at NYC Educator this week. If anyone wishes to send anything, please do so before 6 PM Eastern time July 4th.



At 7/3/06, 1:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bless you!
I just got back from vacation and
found this.
Printing it out!

Excellent suggestions!

At 7/3/06, 7:56 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

This is absolutely the most wonderful entry I have read on preparing new teachers. Have we worked together? I plan to put it in our teacher handbook.

Advice for new principals: RUN FOR THE HILLS!!

At 7/5/06, 11:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I teach art history, music history, and yoga at my children's homeschool center. Your tips are tops!

Mamacita sent me. She is a lovely lady, indeed.

At 7/5/06, 12:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the book has already been written. I just took a shockingly good one-week workshop on classroom management and this sounded soooo familiar. We used Fred Jones' Tools for Teaching. He also has a website, fredjones.com

At 7/5/06, 12:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the book has already been written. I just took a shockingly good one-week workshop on classroom management and this sounded soooo familiar. We used Fred Jones' Tools for Teaching. He also has a website, fredjones.com

At 7/5/06, 3:30 PM, Blogger Darren said...

This jibes a lot with Harry and Rosemary Wong's The First Days of School, the most valuable book I received in my credentialing classes--and one we *never* once used!

Your advice on classroom management is spot on as well. I learned from a master and still apply those lessons. I taught a few pointers to a fellow teacher last year and she remarked how instantly effective they were. Example:

"Without" is a powerful word. When giving instructions, simultaneously tell students what you want them to do (using concrete terms) and what you don't want them to do. "Please open your textbooks to page 73 without talking." Telling students to "be quiet" doesn't work; telling them what to do (take out your textbooks) and what not to do (without talking) does. Give it a try!

At 7/5/06, 5:39 PM, Blogger "Ms. Cornelius" said...

Fred Jones? Where I come from, he sells cars.

Darren, I hate it when they have books they tell you to buy and then they don't use them. Especially when it costs four times more in the campus bookstore than it would in the real world.

At 7/5/06, 9:33 PM, Blogger AprilMay said...

I love these tips! They are actually USEFUL, which is a sad rarity in today's teaching environment. Now here is one more thing for your list: Find the adult who has the most influence on the child when you need to deal with serious issues. It can take some work, but oftentimes a "Nana" or favorite auntie can work wonders when it comes to motivation!

At 7/5/06, 10:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for these wonderful tips!

At 7/6/06, 7:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Ms. Cornelius! We liked this entry so much that we featured it in today's "Teacher Trench Thursday" at the LA Times' School Me! blog. Hope that's OK. Check it out here:



At 7/6/06, 9:32 PM, Blogger La Maestra said...

I swear by these memo books for parent-teacher-administration communication. They come in spiral notebooks, a master and two duplicates, so the teacher can jot a quick note and then pull off a copy for the student to take home and have signed and returned, and there's a third copy to send off to an administrator, if needs be.

Worth every penny, and then some.

At 7/7/06, 8:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not all teachers have to worry about this, but in addition to finding out who lives at home, etc, I have to find out what language they speak so I can have an interpreter ready if the need be.

At 7/7/06, 11:42 AM, Blogger Butterfly Angel said...

Sorry that I am now posting..was @ a teacher conference. Fantastic advice and like the others who mentioned it...wish I had this when I first started teaching. Like anonymous said, I too must find out if Spanish is the main language and grab my counselor for translation purposes. In these days of "c.y.a." documentation is the only way to go. In fact at our campus if we have NOT contacted parent or guardian, the v. principal will not deal with the referral. Thanks again for the tips.

At 7/8/06, 1:24 PM, Blogger Linda Fox said...

Read the student discipline code, and frame any disciplinary referrals in EXACTLY those words. I failed to do this last year, in a new school, and didn't realize that the magic word (level 2 offense) was "disrespectful". When that word was used, the administration acted.

At 7/8/06, 2:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would say that I wish I had this list before I started, but I am virtually positive that it would not have packed near the punch then. Now I can not along empathetically rather than resorting to any pompous "Nah, couldn't happen to me" thoughts.

Thank you so much! So MANY ideas and so WONDERFUL! I especially like how you incorporated suggestions!

At 7/9/06, 8:32 AM, Blogger Sam said...

My mentor last year had a great system that went along with her seating charts: she taped index cards to the desks and wrote the kids names on them (middle school = 5 names per desk). A seating chart change meant new cards.

My big problem is that I don't have a classroom! Please explain why the kids with the greatest needs (special ed) get the fewest resources! Let's warehouse GT for a year (after all, they make AYP) and see what happens then! I literally dream about what I could do with my kids if I had a trailer! Believe me, this printout is going with me to my Admin when I make my case, YET AGAIN, for a classroom!

BTW, they now sell antibacterial Kleenex - I stock up!

At 7/28/06, 7:56 AM, Blogger Rambling Teacher said...

Dear Ms Cornelius,
What great advice! I do not know of a better article to which I could refer beginning teachers. This post is a gem. I especially like the line "Part of your job as a teacher is to reinforce a burgeoning sense of personal responsibility in your young charges."

Keep posting,

At 8/12/07, 9:24 AM, Blogger One Boys Mom said...

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At 8/12/07, 9:29 AM, Blogger One Boys Mom said...

This new teacher says thank you! Your post gave me some wonderful ideas that I'm sure will make my year easier.

At 8/15/07, 8:25 PM, Blogger Shel said...

I think I have given very similar advice to every new teacher I have met. I must have channeled you when I began teaching because I did most of these things, and didn't have an obvious source of advice. I would say that it can be dangerous to get to familiar with the teachers lounge, take a few weeks and figure out what is what, you might share your lunch time with one of those tenured placeholders who hasn't had an inovative idea in 20 years and is burned out but can't retire yet. They spend the lunch period gossiping about teachers and students and maybe you would be better off if you didn't know the dirt on the students who are in your care. Approach them with a fresh eye, so to speak.

At 8/20/07, 7:18 AM, Blogger Dr. Bad Ass said...

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