Greetings, all. So, I'm on the fence about going back to school for a master's in education. As you may already know, I got my teaching certification through the Alternate Route program in New Jersey. I can't think too much about the past, because it's done and over with, but I would have loved to learn more about the profession before being tossed into it. Maybe I'm just a bit anxious because it feels like I'm a new teacher this year (because of Covid and whatnot), but more than anything, I'd love to become a better teacher. This is my fifth year teaching, and I just want to learn more. I want to better service my students. I need some help with pacing, "do now" activities, differentiation, implementing vocabulary, etc. I'm worried because I'm not sure if I will be able to afford a second master's. My first master's was from an Ivy League school, and I got it in humanities. Are there any classes I can take to become a better teacher? Please share with me any good teaching books, resources, etc. I feel like it's not enough to buy lesson plans from "Teachers Pay Teachers." I want to learn how to differentiate my instruction, organize my classroom, manage the students, etc. I would appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.