Have any of you ever switched teaching contexts entirely? (Different position, geographic location, population, etc.?) I am leaving a position I've had for 4 years. I've been teaching at a huge low SES school that is overcrowded, under-resourced, etc. I achieved high ratings with some really difficult kids, but sometimes our school-wide academics were scattered due to us having to focus on behavior, social/emotional needs, etc. My new gig is in a higher SES school that is tiny. The staff all seem incredible and award winning. We had a few meetings to plan and they all seem to teach texts that are above grade level. The pacing is much faster. I'm not even sure how to plan at the level of detail that they plan. They also do so many wonderful things with technology that I've never done because, frankly, we barely ever had any computers that worked. I feel like I'm just "ohhhing and ahhing" everything and looking so dumb. I've never been at a "together" school before! What if I'm not actually good enough?