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Continuing Education for Teachers


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Continuing Education for Teachers

My name is Stephanie Mitchell, and I want to thank you for stopping by my website. I’ve been teaching second grade for 18 years now. I love my career and enjoy keeping up with the changes in the school system and educational materials. If you are a teacher, you know that we are required to have a certain amount of continuing education. I’ll admit that not all of it is fun, but it is necessary. The most fun I’ve had where continuing education is concerned is taking courses on my own. You can find professional courses in all core subjects, behavioral courses, assessment courses, classroom management, fun classes like art, and more. I’ve taken some courses online and some in a local classroom setting. I’m going to share more about my continuing education courses, and hope that my positive experiences will be encouraging to you.

3 Questions You Should Ask To Determine If Your Child Is Mature Enough To Drive

Knowing when you teen is ready to drive can be a hard decision. Many parents assume that once their child has reached the legal age to drive, they are ready to operate a car. Although this is a good starting point to know if the child is ready, it is not the only way to determine if the child is mature enough emotionally to operate a car. Here are some things you should be asking yourself. Read More 

Tips On Spotting The Right Preschool Program For Your Child

If you're planning to enroll your child in a preschool program, you're making a good decision.  Experts agree that preschool helps to prepare children for kindergarten as well as the following years.  However, not all preschool programs are created equally, and it may take a little work if you're going to find the right one.  Use this information to learn about two tips that can guide you as you start the search for the right preschool program. Read More 

Three Things To Know About Learning Differences

If you're a parent who has been told your child may have learning differences, you need to start doing some research to ensure you head down the right path when dealing with those differences. Choosing an incorrect method of dealing with them can be a setback for your child, and no parent wants that. It's best to start asking questions as soon as you can, but it helps to consider these three things when formulating those questions. Read More 

Helping Your Introverted Child Survive Daycare

If you child is an introvert you probably already know that she can be slow to warm up to new activities and is quickly overwhelmed in some social situations. While there is nothing wrong with being an introvert, it can cause some difficulties when those around her expect her to be an extrovert. Daycare may be one of those situations. Find out how you can help your little introvert get the most out of daycare. Read More 

How To Save Money When Your Teen Starts Driving

As a parent, you know that the kids get more expensive each year. By the time they are teenagers, their clothing, electronics and hobbies become more expensive than they were during the elementary school years. Once they start driving, it may seem as though your money is running through an open faucet. Between higher auto insurance costs, gasoline and maybe even an additional car, you're spending more than ever. Check out this list of ways to save money even once your teenager starts driving. Read More