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How to Know What to Grade and Assess as a New Teacher

educators 2 educators helps teachers reignite their passion for teaching through a focus on mental health + professional development. If you enjoy this content, you can access our entire on-demand learning library here. All e2e content is created for teachers, by teachers.


 

As a new teacher, grading and assessment can be one of the most intimidating and overwhelming topics. Every school and school district has a different policy on grading and assessment, so it is important that you study your district's policies carefully. After you have guidance from your school leadership, take the following tips into consideration before the start of the school year.

Figure out What is Important

Your state or district's learning standards should be at the center of your decision-making when you are deciding what to grade and assess. Take a step back and think "What do my students need to know before they leave this grade level or course?". These...

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Rethinking Tough Parents

educators 2 educators helps teachers reignite their passion for teaching through a focus on mental health + professional development. If you enjoy this content, you can access our entire on-demand learning library here.  All e2e content is created for teachers, by teachers.

A recent Instagram poll revealed all-too-common truths teachers face. I asked ‘Are parent relationships one of the most stressful parts of teaching?’ And hands down the answer was YES.

Can you relate?

No matter if it’s your first year teaching or you’re a veteran, you’ve struggled with tough parents. No matter how awesome a teacher or amazing person you are, you’ve dealt with them. The ones that go against the grain and bring you down. The ones that are overly protective of - or completely nonexistent for -  their kids make it difficult for you to address issues. And the worst offender? The parent that attacks you, gossips about you, or...

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