This award, presented by the Bucks County Courier Times, The Intelligencer, and the Central Bucks Family YMCA, honored 23 dynamic professionals who are rising stars in their community.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is right around the corner, and to show our support, Source4Teachers and MissionOne are participating in many Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks throughout the East Coast. Round up your friends and family and join us in support of this important cause!
If you ever find yourself finished with the teacher's lesson plans with extra time on your hands, a good read-aloud makes for an effective filler activity. It's a great idea for substitutes to carry a book or two with them in their substitute toolkit. Make sure you read through the book before reading it out loud to ensure that it's age and content appropriate.
Whether you're a full-time teacher or a substitute, consistent routines are essential to a smoothly operating classroom.
Beth Salaris, our dedicated Connecticut recruiter, held her 2nd Annual Welcome Back Reception on August 30, 2016. She invited substitutes to donate school supplies to go to Bridgeport Public Schools and couldn't believe the incredible turnout! Thanks to Beth and all of our generous substitutes who contributed to this cause!
With the 2016/17 school year rapidly approaching, we wanted to help you get off to the right start.
In order for you to make an informed vote this election year, it's important to be conscious of the candidates' stances on the issues. We found a handy resource on educationweek.org
entitled Compare the Candidates: Where Do Clinton and Trump Stand on Education?
An awareness of reading techniques is something that all teachers should have in their toolboxes. According to Karl McDonald in his article on howtolearn.com: Different Reading Techniques and How to Use Them, the four main techniques are skimming, scanning, intensive, and extensive. Click the link above to learn more about these techniques and when to direct your students to use them.
No matter what your stance on politics, current and former presidential candidates have plenty of interesting things to say about education. Check out some memorable quotes on MSNBC.com.