I Wish I Had Known

Reflections from a Veteran Teacher Subscribing to the theory that experience is the greatest teacher, the IEA Reporter called on veteran teacher Christine Vilord to share some of her insight and advice with those who are new to the classroom this year or are in the early stages of their careers as professional educators. Vilord…

Your Home Away from Home: Organizing Your Classroom

Tips for Organizing and Decorating from IEA Member Valerie Aker, South Middle School, Nampa [carousel auto=”no” delay=”16000″] [carousel_item src=”http://idahoea.org/wp-content/uploads/Home-Away-from-Home-1.jpeg”][/carousel_item] [carousel_item src=”http://idahoea.org/wp-content/uploads/Home-Away-from-Home-3.jpeg”][/carousel_item] [carousel_item src=”http://idahoea.org/wp-content/uploads/Home-Away-from-Home-4.jpeg”][/carousel_item] [carousel_item src=”http://idahoea.org/wp-content/uploads/Home-Away-from-Home-8.jpeg”][/carousel_item] [/carousel]   This summer I’m moving my home and moving my classroom.  It’s an interesting experience doing both.  I’m finding a lot in common as I start to set up…

Time Waits for No Teacher

How Can We Get it All Done in the Time We’re Given? Time Management Tips from IEA Member Kylie Christensen, Borah High School Grading, answering e-mails, IEP meetings, staff meetings, collaboration, more grading, parent teacher conferences, after school coaching, club advisories, more grading…the list goes on and on.   As teachers we know all too well…