Here are the most popular TGIF Newsletters from the past year. Each week I send an email to a growing community of dedicated educators who want to become a happier, healthier, and stronger teacher. Join Us!
I hope that the information I've shared this year has been useful to all readers, both in and out of the classroom. I've learned a lot and I'm glad to have had the chance to share it with you.
Here are the top five most popular newsletters from this past year.
- Angry Parents, Apologies, and Humility - Topics included how to work with angry parents, educators' unpaid overtime, and the role of humility in leadership.
- I’m Done - Topics included how science education can help students think critically, be a change agent in and out of the classroom, and know why and how to take a good nap.
- We Have an Emergency - Topics included the record number of emergency teaching licenses, improving students' writing skills, and the benefits of reading just 20 pages a day.
- Getting Students’ Attention, Brain Breaks, and Emotional Fitness - Topics included how to help introverted students speak up in class, how brain breaks benefit students, and how to keep your “mental house” in order.
- Attention Crisis - Topics included advice from the National Teacher of the Year, how to incorporate educational technology smartly, and how to strengthen our attention span.