Cybrary Man's Educational Web Sites
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Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an educator/author with over 30 years of experience.
 

  

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New Teachers
When the bell rings come out facilitating learning!

Mentoring New Teachers: What's The Best Approach? BAM Radio

New Teacher Chat on Twitter #ntchat Wednesday 8 pm EST
#nqttips Newly Qualified Teacher
(1st year teachers in UK are usually called NQTs)

#stchrchat

NQT Advice & Trainee Teacher Jobs - TES New Teachers

My Induction Programs page

I enjoyed being a Lead Teacher & Mentor to new teachers.

Teacher Notes: In one very tough school I taught in I would stand at the front door of the school and greet each student that came into the school. I also did this with personal messages for each student that came into my classroom. In another school I enlisted the assistant principal and every morning and passing between class periods we greeted each student that came onto our floor.
Let your students know that they matter.

My #youmatter page

I strongly suggest that administrators plan sessions with new teachers given by the teachers in your school (both veterans and other teachers who only have a few years experience).  When I was in charge of the school library I  convinced my principal to allow me to give an orientation to the school library and school each year.

Subject Area & Grade Level Chats

  
Expect the Unexpected by @cybraryman1

My #ntcamp page

Some pages on my website to help you.

Administrators
Assessments
Blended Learning
Bloom's Taxonomy
Bulletin Boards
Character & Ethics
Classroom & Behavior Management
Collaboration
Common Core
Constructivist Teaching
Cooperative Learning
Coping Strategies for New Teachers
Counseling
Creativity
Critical Thinking
Debate
Differentiated Instruction
#Edchat
Education Information
Education Reform
Educational Journals
Education Quotations
EFL/ELL/ESL/Bilingual Education
Field Trips
Florida Education
GED
Gifted & Talented
Grading
Grants
Graphic Organizers
Head Start & High Scope
High School
History of Education
Homeschool
Homework Help
Homework System
Humor in the Classroom
Ice Breakers & Back to School
Induction Programs
Learn Your Studentsí Names
Learning Disabilities
Learning Games & Activities
Lesson Plans
Library
Literacy
Middle School
Motivating Students
Multiple Intelligences
New Teachers
No Child Left Behind
Observations
Organizing Your Classroom
Parent-Teacher Communication/Conferences
Polls & Surveys
PreK - Early Childhood
Primary Education
Professional Development
Professional Organizations
Project-Based Learning
Questioning Techniques
Quiz & Test Generators
Rubrics
Self-Directed Learning
Setting Up Your Classroom
Special Education
Standardized Tests
Standards 
Student Centered
Student Teaching
Study Skills
Substitute Teaching
Teach Meet
Teacher Tips
Teacher Tools & Goodies
Test Preparation
Tutoring & Mentoring
Upper Elementary
Visual-Spatial Learners
WebQuests

Secondary School Educators - Guide Site

99 Ways to Say Very Good
Parent Send-Homes

Survival Guide for New Teachers

Ideas for New Teachers and Education Students

New Teacher or Student Teacher

New Teacher Resources: Tools, Tips & Help from Mentor Teachers | Scholastic

TeachersFirst
Newbies
Ideas and help for new teachers


  New Teacher Camp

#ntcamp2010

Picture of me giving the Opening Address

(that is the great @web20classroom tweeting away)

 

 

My Tutoring and Mentoring page

 

 

Teacher Notes

Be firm, fair, consistent, caring and show your passion for learning.

My advice is to get in the best physical shape that you can to endure all of the rigors of teaching.

Shape Up! Lead by Example

Top Tips for New Teachers - Crowd Sourced - Google Docs


New Teacher Tech Survival List: The Nerdy Teacher

Collaborative Mentoring for New Teachers #ISTE12 - LiveBinder

New Teacher Academy: Lesson Planning | Edutopia

New Teachers and Quality Teaching - Curriculum Road

Technology Survival Kit for New Teachers

The New Teacher Tool Kit Webinar with Lisa Dabbs

New Teacher Help

NTIP sharing

The Best Advice For New Teachers | Larry Ferlazzo

Dear Future Teacher

Letter to new teachers

Learning to Teach: A Letter to New Teachers

Educational Technology Guy: Great resources for New Teachers - advice, support, and training

10 things I want all new teachers to know...

10 Things I wish I Knew My First Year Of Teaching

Twenty Tidbits for New Teachers

20 Things New Teachers Need to Know

27 Tips For Mentoring New Teachers

100 Helpful Websites for New Teachers

100 Terrific Twitter Feeds for Teaching Advice

131 Tips for New Teachers

Teacher Training Videos

Advice for New Teachers

Resources for New Teachers

Education Ideas for New Teachers and Education Students

Teachers Helping Teachers

PLN - Personal Learning Networks Page

Prepping for New Teachers (Tech for Teaching Blog)

New Teachers - Crista Anderson on Diigo Bookmarks


New Teacher Resource Site


10 Things For A First Year Teacher To Do
So You Want To Teach?

Advice for First-Year Teachers -- from the 'Sophomores' Who Survived Last Year!

A 'Survival Kit' for New Teachers

New Teacher Survival Central

New Teachers: Elementary

MiddleWeb's The First Days of Middle School

Back to School Guide for New Teachers

Smart Classroom Management

How To Get Control Of Any Classroom

A Classroom Management Strategy Every Teacher Should Use

How To Simplify Classroom Management

Your Daily Checklist For Effective Classroom Management

A Classroom Management Secret Top Teachers Use

How To Signal For Your Studentsí Attention

How To Improve Classroom Behavior In One Lesson

How To Get Students To Follow Directions

Why You Should Never Argue With Students; And How To Avoid It


What Qualities Do Principals Look for in a New Teacher

Successful Teachers by Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Teachers Network

 

My Coping Strategies for Teachers page

Observation Tip
from Professor Tom Whitby

Tell your students to raise hands at every question. Right hand if they know the answer, Left if they don't.

Cybrary Man suggests having students make the time-out hand signal if they have to go to the lavatory.