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"Must-Haves" Help Ease Jitters of New High School Teachers

Tips for New High School Teachers

For anyone entering high school, feelings of anxiety are normal. Freshmen will arrive this fall with new expectations and goals. New high-school teachers may be experiencing jitters, too.

Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to prepare, and USNews offers "must-haves" for new high-school teachers. 

"High school is a different animal from middle school and elementary school, so you have to get ready for it," said Susan Siemer, a social studies teacher at Crooksville High School in Ohio. 

"While established teachers say it's probably not possible to calm all nerves, there are some things new educators can bring to class to make the school day run more smoothly," USNews said. "These are not available in the back-to-school aisle, but they can help new high school teachers start the year off on the right foot."

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Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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