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Teachers are incredibly resourceful at finding information and advice from fellow teachers. By reading blogs, scouting Pinterest, finding mentors, and buying lesson plans from other teachers, an educator can gather useful information to prepare herself for managing a classroom. But there is one resource educators often overlook that can be incredibly helpful throughout the school […]

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Over a third of new teachers are career changers, meaning they started teaching as a second career. If you are interested in how to become a teacher, read on! There is a lot to learn about what questions to ask and how to get started. In this post, we are going to try to give […]

The post How to Become a Teacher – Where to Start appeared first on The American Board Blog.

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Tax return season is here, and the average tax refund is around $2,254, according to Business Insider. That amount more than covers the cost of choosing to become a certified educator through American Board’s program. The decision to invest one year’s tax refund can quickly change someone’s life, job satisfaction and career path. Teachers certified by […]

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If you are eyeball deep in your first year of teaching, then chances are you have been really feeling that first year learning curve. There are never too many resources to help you in the early years of your teaching career, so we are here to provide you with some lesson planning/structure advice. You’ve been […]

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Nowadays teaching is one of the most relevant, needed and portable professions in the world. Thanks to technology, teachers have so many opportunities to train when and where they need to, exercise their skills and to choose a pedagogical approach that aligns with their own personal values.   In America, we’ve started to slowly walk […]

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We hear it all the time- “I’d love to do this program, but I can’t afford it!” We hear you. The cost of getting a teaching certification (usually involving going back to school and paying thousands to get a degree, while taking time off from a paid job) is something few people can afford to […]

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For teachers, starting in a new class in January requires a unique kind of pre-planning. You’re stepping in mid-year (for any number of reasons, some of which you may not find out until after your in the job) and you have completely different challenges to face than a teacher starting in August or September. Here […]

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It’s never too late to be what you might have been. — George Elliot There is nothing more liberating than remembering how much power you have to change your life. We forget that sometimes, wrapped up in a fog of responsibilities and repairs and emergencies and meetings and planning and whatever-the-next-thing-is-today. We forget that, in […]

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The most important benefit of doing formative assessment is that educators get to know their students better. Given that educators only guide the process of learning by responding to student performance, knowing them well can really help to improve their outcomes. Formative assessment is a process aimed at collecting evidence in order to track the […]

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No one wants to dread going to work or having a job where they just clock in and out without enjoying their day. That’s why making a career change or leaving a job for a new workplace is becoming more common. In fact, the average person changes jobs 10 to 15 times during his or her career and […]

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