First Years of Teaching or Getting
Ready to Teach?
||Annual Meeting New Teacher Strand
|Thursday, April 26 & Friday April 27
Wondering how to manage your classroom, work with
parents, find engaging lessons, and handle homework— all while keeping your
sanity? You’re not alone. The New Teacher Strand is a must for anyone who is in
their first few years of teaching or getting ready to teach. Get answers to
pivotal questions and concerns of new and soon-to-be teachers. Don’t miss the
Kickoff session on Thursday and a full day of workshops and sessions on Friday. Check out the complete New Teacher Strand schedule.
Learn More About the New Teacher Strand
Don't miss the Kickoff Session to build a foundation for your learning experience on Friday.
New Teacher Workshop and
David Barnes, NCTM
Thursday, April 26, 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Do you have questions on how to make it all work?
Together we have answers and ideas on management, parents, homework, keeping
your sanity, and more. Join others still in school, just starting, in their
early career, or looking for help. Receive gifts, prizes, and good ideas.
Join us on Friday afternoon to wrap up your New Teacher Strand experience.
New Teacher Celebration
Friday, April 27, 4:45
Celebrate the progress and possibilities as we look for
new and early-career teachers and for students working to enter this exciting
profession. Learn a little, laugh more, and win wonderful prizes. Come
celebrate with us. You are the future.
Get answers to
pivotal questions and concerns of new and soon-to-be teachers. Here are
a few of the presentations you can benefit from:
- Classroom Management and Motivation: How It Can Work for You
- Mathematicians Workshop—Managing the Differentiated
- Art and Science of Teaching Mathematics: Inspiring
Students to Learn
Visit the Online Planner to see more presentations dedicated to New Teachers.
- “I’m near the end of my student teaching, I’m looking for
better ways to motivate students and organize my time.” Don Byrd,
student-teacher at Crispus Attucks High School, Indianapolis, Indiana
- “I’m looking for things I can implement in a diverse
classroom, which I will be working in.” Tina Helding, student at
Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois
- “It was really helpful to talk to other teachers who have
the same issues and struggles and see what practices they use to deal with
them.” Kristen Zack, South Lyon, Michigan.
- “I found the classroom management discussion helpful. I’m
assuming a lot of new teachers struggle with that.” Rachel
Eschenbacher, Saginaw, Michigan.