Category: Teacher Life

Teacher Life Hack Binder Clip Cord Organization

I don’t know about you, but I am always losing my technology cords behind tables, filing cabinets, etc. I need to find a way to ensure cords stay organized in my classroom. Today, Amanda from Math Dyal shared this great cord organization tip and I love it! I am forever losing cords

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It can be difficult for new and seasoned teachers to achieve a work-life balance. Find great practical tips on how to manage school work and your home life as a new teacher from 2 Peas and a Dog.

New Teachers: Learn How to Achieve a Work Life Balance

New teachers – it is very important that you learn about work-life balance in your beginning years before teacher burnout sets in. It can be difficult for new and seasoned teachers to achieve a work-life balance. The demands of home and school don’t decrease during your busiest seasons (reporting and

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It is important for teachers to realize that self-care is important. Check out these teacher self-care tips from 2 Peas and a Dog.

Teacher Self Care Tips

It is important for teachers to realize that self-care is important. Check out these teacher self-care tips from our recent #2ndaryELA Twitter chat where real teachers shared their best ideas. Q1: Grading ELA assignments can be time-consuming and stressful. How do you ease your grading load? A1 Use rubrics and

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Busy teachers try this teacher life hack and save time by delegating some tasks to your students. Let students create your bulletin boards from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Teacher Life Hack Student Bulletin Board Creation

Stephanie from Stephanie’s History Store shared this great idea for saving time creating bulletin boards. Have students make your bulletin boards as a topic review!  They are more invested in it and it saves you time and energy. Check out the linked blog post above where you can get more great

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7 Benefits of Supervision Duty

  From time to time I like to incorporate some lighter blog posts on my blog. My previous lighter blog posts: You Live With A Teacher When and You Might Be Teacher If continues to get interaction when I share them on social media. Where I teach, I am required

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Too tired to make a nutritious and delicious dinner? Busy teachers try this teacher life hack and save time by checking out the possibilities of shredded chicken from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Teacher Life Hack Shredded Chicken Meal Ideas

Tammy from the Tarheelstate Teacher discusses several different recipes in this detailed blog post that can be used with a shredded chicken base. These are some fantastic ideas for when you arrive home and don’t want to think about making dinner.  Do you have a life hack you would like

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Somedays I just don't have the energy to make a real dinner for myself. I compiled a list of my quick and easy dinner ideas for when you have one of THOSE days. Quick and easy meal ideas from the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

5 Quick Dinner Ideas For Teachers

Somedays I just don’t have the energy to make a real dinner for myself or husband. I compiled a list of my quick and easy dinner ideas for when you have one of THOSE days. You know those days when you never sat down once, remembered to eat lunch or

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The simple and easy classroom organization ideas explained in this blog post can be implemented at any time in your classroom. Don't wait until next back to school season to make your classroom space more efficiently used, start TODAY! From the 2 Peas and a Dog blog.

Classroom Organization Hacks

Several times a month we bring you a teacher time saver life hack to make your school days run more smoothly. Today we have a great infographic with many different classroom organization hacks that will get you excited to organize and clean your classroom space. I firmly believe that a

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