Survive a Thrive in the Classroom From Day One! Teaching high school students is the toughest job you'll ever love. Of course, often it is an acquired love. You must learn to manage your students' education and play parent, counselor, police officer, and mentor. Wow! Now relaxait doesn't have to be overwhelming. With a little preparation you can ensure that you and your students get the most out of your time in the classroom and enjoy it! Full of real-world advice and answers for the complex issues facing today's high school teachers, this down-to-earth and witty book will teach you how to create an atmosphere of cooperation, learning, and respect within your classroom. Use this helpful guide as your personal mentor to achieve a successful and satisfying career as a high school teacher. Earn straight A's your first year by knowing how to: AmCreate an attention-grabbing and interactive teaching environment AmManage difficult students and unique teenage problems AmCommunicate, educate, and have fun with your students AmBalance the demands of old-school administrators and pushy parents AmFairly assess, grade, and evaluate students AmDevelop effective and engrossing lesson plans qStraightforward, up-to-date, and engaging. I've seen a lot of resource books for new teachers, and this is the best of the bunch.q aWendell Geis, continuing education administrator, University of California, Davis From the Trade Paperback edition.27 Play critique handout sample, 316 Police reports of their. 390 Policy ... 340 organizirg. 36-37 parent reflection letter sample. ... 365-366 PTA (Parent Teacher Association) electronic equipment from. ... 173-174 beginning 0a#39; index 427.
|Title||:||Your First Year As a High School Teacher|
|Author||:||Lynne Marie Rominger, Suzanne Packard Laughrea|
|Publisher||:||Three Rivers Press - 2009-03-25|