For Substitutes and New Teachers
Sites for new teachers:
Education World for Preservice Teachers Part of a very large
site, this one is highly reccommended.
ADPRIMA One of the best sites I've seen.
Becoming a Teacher is from the ERIC Clearinghouse on
Teaching and Teacher Education. If you don't know about ERIC
you aren't making the best use of the internet.
The New Teacher Center From UCSC, this site
"is a national resource dedicated to teacher development and new
teacher training, and the support of programs and practices that
promote excellence and diversity in America's teaching force."
Teachers' Mind This site is a abridged version of the book
Teaching in Mind: How Teacher Thinking Shapes Education.
A visit to this site is recommended.
The New Teacher Page An excellent guide for new teachers.
This Web Site is designed to give specific advice, help,
and direction for those who view teaching as a
profession not just a job. The HELP TOPICS have been gleaned
from effective teachers who seem to get
the most out of their students with low stress to themselves.
New Teacher Survival Guide This site's author says,
"I've had a tough time learning how to be a teacher and have worked
in five different public and private schools in
Canada and the US. This guide is a sums up the really important things
I wish somebody had told me before I started."
New! Beyond Wong:
recommended books My own idiosyncratic, short list of books I have
found that offer invaluable advice and information for middle and high school
Ask an Expert: Teaching Allexperts.com is a free question
and answer service. Ask an experienced teacher about anything.
Tips for New Teachers
Another personal page for new teachers.
New-Teacher.com describes itself as
"The place for new and aspiring educators". Now part of the
Educators' Resource Center from Peak Learning Systems.
I Love Teaching
About.com for educators, 7-12 One of the web's best directories
publishes this site.
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