Making the Best Use of Your Free Time

Use Time Wisely

Educators, whether you are a rookie or a seasoned veteran, ramping up your time management skills allows you to catch your breath and make the best use of your time during free periods.

Encouragement for Teachers Who Feel Like a Failure

Encouragement for Teachers Who Feel Like a Failure

When failures start racking up, we may feel like quitting. Unfortunately, we don’t often realize our colleagues also feel frustration. We feel alone in the whole process. What can we do when we feel like a failure?

Maintaining Hope As A Teacher

Maintaining Hope When Teaching

Teaching is difficult enough as it is, but it can be even harder when you struggle with discouragment. How do you maintain hope to make a difference?

Respite and Rhythms of Rest

Respite and Rhythms of Rest

We must regularly and consistently care for ourselves. Challenge yourself to see true refreshment as a necessary part of your life.

Telling Students You Are Leaving

Telling Students You Are Leaving

Ten Ways to Tell Students You’re Leaving Author: Beth Runkle “What, you’re leaving?” my students said. They had a hard time accepting the fact that I would be teaching at another school because my husband’s work had relocated my family. Students who have bonded with a teacher can face real anxiety knowing that their beloved […]

Taiwan Teachers Launch ISP in a New Asian Country

Taiwan teachers launch ISP in a new country

Taiwan Teachers Launch ISP in a New Asian Country Author: Rich Atkinson Taiwan’s virtual conference opens a new Asian country for ISP Last summer, a kindergarten teacher from neighboring Asian country attended a virtual DreamMaker Conference in Taiwan. Since then, she has connected with kindergarten teachers all across her country. As a result, Taiwan hosted […]

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