Experienced teachers share what they wish they'd known earlier

01/30/2013 | Edutopia.org

Experienced teachers think back on their careers and offer advice for others in this blog post compiled by Judy Willis, a neurologist and teacher. Included in their advice about goals and resources, as well as words of warning, is a suggestion from Georgia middle-school teacher Amy Fanusi to feel comfortable sharing ideas with colleagues and trying something new. Educators also urge new teachers to consult their colleagues on best practices but also keep in mind the importance of confidentiality in some cases.

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