Social media and networking sites such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are great ways to connect and share educational resources to enhance the classroom experience. We at Professional Educators of Tennessee, encourage teachers, students, staff, and other school community to use these platforms. We know these tools to be valuable both in and out of … Continue reading Social Media Guidelines
As educators, we are concerned about the quality and quantity of applicants entering the field of education. Our members have often been catalysts for innovative solutions to the many challenges facing education. This is why we take an interest in the next generation of educators and why we strive to improve their experience and support … Continue reading Are Changes in Educator Prep on the Horizon?
Governor Lee has proven he will fight for what he believes in. It is time to come together and focus on the other education ideas that were discussed on the campaign trail.
The major reason someone says they teach is the ability to make a real difference in the lives of children.
Bullying is certainly an important topic which we should always take seriously and speak against. But during October, you should speak out louder than ever against bullying and the consequences which can result from allowing it to continue. Research shows that the negative effects of bullying can be long-lasting and include such conditions as chronic … Continue reading OCTOBER IS NATIONAL BULLYING PREVENTION MONTH