Teacher Resources

Teaching Salary in California

In the state public school system, teacher salary in California is determined by individual school districts. According to the Sacramento Bee, the average teacher salary in 2011 was $67,871. Districts …

Nashville Teaching Fellows

Nashville Teaching Fellows recruits and trains people who want to make a difference in the world by becoming teachers for students with the greatest need. The program is dedicated to …

Networking for Teachers

Networking as a teacher is essential to your professional development. Luckily, teachers today have a plethora of networking avenues to follow. Social media, Edcamps, conference events — using these resources …

Gen Z & What does it mean in your classroom?

Generation Z, the Internet Generation, Digital Natives — these are a few of the names used to describe children born between the mid 1990s and the present. They grew up …

How to Become a Teacher in North Carolina

Becoming a teacher in North Carolina is a wise move for anyone interested in working in the education, with teacher salaries there 28 percent above the state average. North Carolina’s …

Creative Ways to Get Parents Involved

Today, with the help of technology, there are many novel ways that parents can become involved in the educational process without necessarily coming to school. This is not to say, …

Best Apps for English Teachers

If you’re a teacher with an iPad, you’ve probably already discovered lots of fun apps, as well as a few that can boost your productivity. But did you know that …

St. Patrick’s Day Lesson Plans

St. Patrick’s Day is a Christian holiday that has gained national cultural relevance and can serve as an excellent subject for classroom discussion, games and activities. Although it is most …

Thank a Teacher Thursday: Gifted & Talented Edition

It’s always Teacher Appreciation Day here on Thursdays and today we’ve decided to feature a group of educators who are most notable for their efforts in teaching to gifted and …

Writing in the MAT Program—and Beyond

This post was written by James Hayashi. James is the writing advisor for the MAT@USC and Rossier’s Masters Programs office. He earned his Master of Professional Writing from …

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