Welcome to a new school year! The first few weeks may feel like a whirlwind, and you probably have a lot on your mind. Here are just a few tips to help you launch a great year.
Patricia Belluscio left a career in the fashion industry to work with infants and toddlers in the LYFE program.
The UFT family grew by nearly 1,000 new teachers on June 17, as the Department of Education welcomed its newest cohort of New York City Teaching Fellows at an event at City Tech in Brooklyn.
Welcome to summer! Here are some suggestions for making the most out of a relaxing and productive break from school.
We use the Readers’ Throne in my classroom when students present their independent writing projects.
I am a high school English teacher that has it pretty good. What follows is my attempt to give voice to the smallest, most insignificant complaints imaginable from my first year.
At the beginning of each school year, I ask my students to write about and bring in a photo of a loved one to put on display so they can walk up to that photo in times of struggle and success to remind them who they work hard for.
Each student in my 3rd-grade class takes a turn as ‘Alexa’s friend of the day.’
With summer just around the corner, it’s crucial to meet upcoming deadlines for certification if your current teaching certificate is near its expiration date.