If you think you can get away with it, remember that reading and judging student work is a key part of their jobs, and most are very good at it.
Technology is changing every year, and the problem now is, teachers may not be aware of what is out there.
A part of working with teenagers is working with puberty. Hormones are raging, and many students struggle to handle them. Some teachers struggle, too.
If students have less money, their home lives will be different to those with higher income. This looks different for every student and isn’t generalisable.
Low teacher expectations are one of the critical problems for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Australia.
Flipped learning is one of those things that are fantastic in theory, but there are stories about how it just doesn’t work; at least, not for my students.
It’s tempting to use your usual behaviour management techniques, but this can actually reinforce attention-seeking behaviour and turn it into a real problem.
Being able to study effectively requires a lot of planning. To do this right, you need to know a bit about yourself and be willing to do some trial and error.