Test prep and antsy kids–the sounds and feelings of summer are fast approaching. As a result, teachers are flooded with last-minute to-dos while working to ensure their students are well-prepared for their next year of classes, all which can feel overwhelming. But a list of advice and summer tips for teachers can help everyone prepare.
We asked some of our own teachers what tips they have used to help ease their school to summer transition. From lesson planning for the next year to administering student surveys, these six summer tips for teachers may be helpful for you, too.
6 great summer tips for teachers
1. Elizabeth Munoz, English Teacher and Ed Tech Coach at Leuzinger High School
I survey my current students about activities/lessons they loved or disliked during the year. I do this because it really gives me a chance to revise my lessons for next year over the summer, always with my students in mind and eliminating the need to guess or experiment.
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