Planning a strong return from winter break will help you start your semester off right.
3 Tips for returning from winter break
Teachers: imagine a restful winter break. What would that look like? It could involve holiday celebrations and family time. Maybe, it includes time alone with a good book, or plenty of opportunities for self-care.
What does your return from winter break look like, though? Imagine having your plan in-place, giving you the chance to embrace your much-deserved time off. No last-minute stressing. Well-tuned expectations for yourself and your students…it sounds nice, right?
Free email course for teachers
You can achieve this, and we’re here to help.
Concordia University Ann Arbor’s School of Education is providing you with a free email course: 3 Tips for returning from winter break.
What you’ll get from this email course
- Tip #1 Revisit the first day of school: This tip explores the importance of routines and taking the time to practice routines. Welcome your students back with joy, just like you greeted them on the first day of school.
- Tip #2 Reintroduce social & emotional skills: You’ll get some pointers for how to help your students make a positive return in a holistic sense.
- Tip #3 Revisit the how as well as the what: Here, you’ll help your students approach literacy and math with grit and positivity in a way that meets their needs.
Through this free course, you’ll gain insights from real teachers and professional faculty who share from a place of experience and expertise. All of this will be delivered to your email inbox, ready to be scrolled through from your couch.
— Vanessa Lane is the Content Marketing Lead at Concordia University and can be reached at email@example.com. When she's not at work, she can be found playing with her kids or watching NBA basketball with her husband.
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