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  1. Don't Fall Behind. Stay Organized!

    Have you reached the end of your rope with mounting paperwork, parent conferences and another grading period coming up? Fear not! Eutopia.org can help.
    The need for new teachers to stay focused and organized is critical not only to their own success, but to the success of their students.  You can get back on track and feel more at ease. Consider this advice from Eutopia.org to regain your focus.

  2. Avoid Burnout Before It Happens

    All teachers experience mid-year burnout. Teacher burnout is insidious. Before you recognize it, burnout creeps in and impacts our daily routines at school and home. We can help you hurdle the burnout hump.

  3. Keys to Effective Feedback

    Advice, evaluation, grades—none of these provide the descriptive information that students need to reach their goals. What is true feedback—and how can it improve learning? Both common sense and research make it clear: Formative assessment, consisting of lots of feedback and opportunities to use that feedback, enhances performance and achievement. But do you know what feedback really is and how it works?

  4. Eight Things Skilled Teachers Think, Say, and Do

    Teachers' challenge is to work alongside our students, to know their interests and goals, and to develop trusting relationships that help students connect their learning to their goals in a way that motivates from within. How can teachers do this? It's helpful to consider this question in three parts: What skilled teachers think, what they say, and what they do.

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