Risk Management Class
Take a moment to explore your new classroom and introduce yourself to your fellow classmates. What are you excited about learning? What do you think will be most challenging
Unique Ways Teachers Can Introduce Themselves to Their Students
The bell has rung, everyone is in their seats, and the time has arrived—you’re ready to introduce yourself to your students! This is your chance to let them know who you are and what they can expect this year. How can you make the best possible first impression?
To find out, we asked teachers from the WeAreTeachers HELPLINE group on Facebook to tell us how they introduce themselves. We gathered their best ideas, along with some of our other favorites, into one big list to inspire you. Get ready for the best school year ever!
Don’t wait for the first day—give your kids an idea of what to expect over the summer instead. Heather U. exchanges letters with her incoming students. “I have my students write me a letter every year, and I use my letter to them as a model.” Handwritten letters will give you a chance to assess younger students’ writing skills, while older kids will probably prefer email, but both are meaningful if they’re personalized. Get a free editable template to use from Printable Prompts.
No time for a full letter? Try postcards instead. “I took a picture of me playing fetch with my trusty golden retriever and sent it to each of my new students over the summer,” James C. shares. “On the back, I wrote a short note introducing myself and telling them how excited I was to have them in my class.” See how The Techie Teacher uses this idea here.
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