Students are sitting in a row at a long desk smiling at the camera.

What’s the best way teachers can deal with periods?

A part of working with teenagers is working with puberty. Hormones are raging, and many students struggle to handle them. Some teachers struggle, too.

A frazzled looking young male teacher is helping two young students with their work.

Do You Need to Be a Parent to Be a Good Teacher?

I’m not a parent, and I don’t want to be. That can be a controversial statement for any young woman, but it seems that it’s even more so for a teacher. 

A teacher has stopped next to a student to point out something about their work.

Should Teachers Intimidate their Students?

No. Plain and simple. That’s all there is to it. Here’s why: Students need to be able to trust their teachers. Students need good role models.