How Do You Prepare for the New Term At School?

Being a teacher is one of the most rewarding professions, but it definitely comes with some diligence in the areas of planning and assertiveness. In order to promote higher levels of efficiency within your curriculum, develop a timetable so that you can easily keep track of your student’s schedule. Learning new ways to politely say no to your students is also a good way to make sure that you can maintain a friendly sense of order within the room.

Key Takeaways:

  • Practicing polite ways to say no is imperative in maintaining light order within the classroom.
  • A timetable in order to keep track of schedules is great when it comes to planning and organization.
  • Create a friendly atmosphere by adding family photos and other personal items to the room’s decor.

“I used to create myself a planner, listing every day of the holidays. The last two weeks were set aside for preparation for the new term at school.”

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