Monday, June 26, 2017

Weekly $25 Teachers pay Teachers Gift Card Giveaway June 26, 2017

I hope you are enjoying your summer!  One way to make it even better would be to win a $25 Teachers pay Teachers gift card!




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Prize: $25 Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card

Giveaway Organized by: Kelly Malloy (An Apple for the Teacher)




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26 comments:

  1. finding enough time to prep in plan in my work day

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  2. My biggest teaching challenge is classroom behavior. I have tried many different ways to manage behaviors: charts, rewards, and classroom cash to name a few. Most work for a while, while others the students just don't care. Thanks for having this raffle, those of us who use TPT (which is a LOT) truly appreciate it!

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  3. Even after 26 years in the classroom, my biggest teaching challenge is teaching all of the standards to mastery to all of my students. I still tend to spend too long teaching and reteaching.

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  4. My biggest challenge is meeting the needs of all of my students.

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  5. My biggest teaching challenge this year was the lack of support when I needed it. My principal was never on my side.

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    1. I'm so sorry. That's a tough one. A principal needs to stand by his or her teachers, at least in front of the parents. I had one who would totally support the teacher when the parents were around. Once the parents left, the teacher was in trouble. LOL!

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  6. behaviour of some sped students michelle miller

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  7. One of my teaching challenges is long term planning. I seem to come up with stuff at the last minute and have to prepare quickly.

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  8. My biggest challenge is trying to reach the needs of my lowest learners who struggle with letter and number identification, phonemic awareness and number sense.

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  9. My biggest teaching challenge has been making everything fit in. Somehow everything gets done but you feel like you always are missing something.

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  10. My biggest teaching challenge has been trying to fit it all in! This year I have vowed to let some things go knowing I cannot do it all!

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  11. My biggest challenge is organisation. Can't seem to find a modus operanti operational enough!

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  12. My biggest challenge has been having enough time to teach everything without feeling like I'm rushing to get everything in.

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  13. Since I won last weeks giveaway, I'll just enter with one blog comment. If I win again after only one click, it's meant to be. Thanks so much for these giveaways! I appreciate it as a buyer and as a seller who sometimes participates in these.

    My biggest teaching challenge last year was getting my IEPs written while having to plan and do everything else. Teaching is not what it used to be . . . not to mention rude kids, who don't respect authority anymore, could also be a challenge. Not so much in my gifted class, but the kids in my before and after school duties drove me nuts.

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  14. My biggest teaching problem is classroom management.

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  15. Finding enough time to teach everything in our lesson plans creatively without feeling so rushed!

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  16. My biggest challenge last year was the large amount of behavioral challenged students. My administration was not consistent with providing consequences any several students took advantage of it, while others resented it. It made teaching so much more difficult.

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  17. My biggest teaching challenge is differentiation for multiple levels in my classroom! Thank you for doing this!

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  18. My biggest challenge is finding time to get everything taught each day.

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  19. Finding time to add detailed plans to show the MANY ways I differentiate for the needs of my kindergartners. -Lesson Planning & Differentiation take up so much on my time.

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  20. Not staying so late that I hit rush hour traffic!

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  21. My biggest challenge is finding enough time for everything I want to do.

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  22. I'm a relief teacher (sub) so my biggest challenge is adapting my teaching every day to suit a different age group.

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  23. My biggest Teaching challenge is time--having enough time to plan prep materials, teach what I want in a meaningful way while also doing what I'm required to do, run small groups, and have time for my hubby and soon to be new baby.

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    1. Congrats on your new addition Mary! :)

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  24. My biggest teaching challenge is figuring out what I want my classroom to look and run like! As a first year teacher there are so many things to plan and worry about! I know it will come together in the end but I have so many idea and I'm not sure how I want to implement them!

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