Grad programs in education teach you theory and pedagogy, but where do you learn the logistics of your new teaching role? In this unique book, Amber Chandler comes to the rescue as your friendly but honest mentor. She provides answers on everything new teachers need to know but are afraid to ask, such as how to build knowledge about the school's culture, nurture relationships with colleagues and superiors, use social media appropriately, navigate various faculty and parent meetings, handle conflicts, and more. Unlike new teacher books focused on instruction, this one helps you with everyday logistics and teacher life. Each chapter is written in a conversational tone with loads of practical advice to support you in your first year. Each chapter also contains a Mentoring Moments reflection section, so you can discuss the book with your school mentor or in new-teacher induction programs.