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For New Teachers

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Resources Toolkit for New Teachers

From classroom management to working with parents, lesson planning to learning environments, this compilation of blogs, videos, and other resources provides an array of tips and advice for teachers just starting out.

Rookie Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make

Attention New Teachers! Just when you think you can't make it through another CAN! And this educator's tips will guide you with some survival scenarios you may have never considered before.

Ten Must-Haves for New Teachers

Here's an essential list for getting the new school year - and your career - off to a good start.

No Teacher Is an Island

Don't let anyone tell you that experience and advanced degrees don't matter in K through 12 education.

Closing the Culture Gap

Culturally sensitive teaching may be the most important skill for your future career.

Too Young Dead

We know bullying can have fatal consequences. There can also be legal fallout for educators.

Counting on You

Bullying that targets LGBT students is on the rise. You can help stop it.


You can’t always avoid it, so learn how to counteract it.

I’ll Make How Much?

A primer on salary schedules.

What I Didn’t Learn in College—And Wish I Had!

Experienced educators on what you should know starting out.

The Complete Package

Tips for crafting a memorable portfolio.

Fair Game

Know what to expect at your university’s career fair.

Mentoring New Teachers

These are free online multimedia workshops and resources for developing mentors and school leaders.Take the workshops online or download the materials to use as resources for your workshops!

Cult of Pedagogy

Cult of Pedagogy is a vibrant, encouraging, stimulating community of teachers, supporting each other toward excellence. It's run by a team of educators who are, in their words, 'committed to making you more awesome in the classroom'.

Using Technology To Connect With Parents

From a new app to good old-fashioned email, educators share ways they use technology to partner with parents