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Discover our favorite teacher hacks, what NOT to do on the first day of school, and some A+ hashtagged posters. Yes, it’s really true. It’s officially August and here comes the first day of the first week of the new school year. Here are 10 quick links perfect for getting your back-to-school wheels

Aug 11, 2017

Discover our favorite teacher hacks, what NOT to do on the first day of school, and some A+ hashtagged posters.


Yes, it’s really true. It’s officially August and here comes the first day of the first week of the new school year. Here are 10 quick links perfect for getting your back-to-school wheels turning and your head in the game.

  1. Display your classroom rules for our 21st century kiddos with these hashtagged posters! #goals #bestyearever

  2. A planning teacher’s dream: 29 things you need to know before the first day.

  3. Our students might “just not be clip-art kids.” Consider these 18 tips when decorating your secondary classroom.

  4. Build community with these back-to-school Friend Wanted ads.

  5. What NOT to do the first day of school — a must read.

  6. Check out this batch of 15 brilliant teacher hacks and snag the free, editable lesson plan book.

  7. Burning both ends of the candle? You’re not alone. Teachers across Arizona work multiple jobs to make ends meet.

  8. We’re all in the fight against bullying together. Learn the hot spots for bullying within schools.

  9. Freebie alert! Get to know your new students by letting them color a likes and dislikes puzzle.

  10. Check out how we can close the gender gap in STEM.


Wishing you excitement and happy learning vibes for a great school year!  

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