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Don't stress about lesson planning. Use these tips and tricks to save your sanity and time from 2 Peas and a Dog. #lessonplan #lessonplans #lessonplanning #teachers

Ditch the Stress – Lesson Planning Tips for Teachers

Lesson planning is a key skill. As teachers we know that lesson planning takes up as much time as well allow. The tips below will help you develop a more efficient lesson planning system. I plan with the end…

It can be difficult for new and seasoned teachers to achieve a work-life balance. Find great practical tips on how to manage school work and your home life as a new teacher from 2 Peas and a Dog.

New Teachers: Learn How to Achieve a Work Life Balance

New teachers – it is very important that you learn about work-life balance in your beginning years before teacher burnout sets in. It can be difficult for new and seasoned teachers to achieve a work-life balance. The demands of…

It is important for teachers to realize that self-care is important. Check out these teacher self-care tips from 2 Peas and a Dog.

Teacher Self Care Tips

It is important for teachers to realize that self-care is important. Check out these teacher self-care tips from our recent #2ndaryELA Twitter chat where real teachers shared their best ideas. Q1: Grading ELA assignments can be time-consuming and stressful.…

Advice for new teachers on how to avoid workplace gossip from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Avoiding Workplace Gossip Advice For Teachers

Many teachers can get caught in the negative mindset trap that our colleagues can project onto us. We have the potential to absorb other’s negative comments in the staffroom, teacher workroom, hallways – the possibilities are endless.    …

Surviving and Thriving Through the Non-Renewal Process

The non-renewal process is a very stressful time in a teacher’s career. This is an issue that is not discussed a lot. Today, we are going to discuss how to thrive during the non-renewal process. Over the last few…

5 More Mistakes New Teachers Make

A few years ago I wrote a blog post called 5 Mistakes New Teachers Make. I have had time to reflect on more of my experiences working with new teachers and I am ready to add to my original…