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Teaching in Circles: My Journeys in Teaching High School

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  • Posted December 21, 2008

    A memoir from the heart.

    Miller's book is a brutally honest memoir of his teaching experience that never comes across as condescending like so many others. It grabbed my attention from the first page and I had a hard time putting it down.<BR/><BR/>A wide range of people could really get something out of reading this book, both within and outside of the educational system. The vivid writing will captivate you and cause you to think about your own life.<BR/><BR/>Pick up a copy of this eye-opening read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2008

    Eye Opener

    Great book for students, teachers, and anyone else involved with the school system. If you are involved in the school system this book can teach you alot about yourself. Easily worth the price. Get this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2008

    A thought provoking look at careers in education

    Nathan Miller captures his readers quickly with his experiences as a high school teacher. He writes with an incredibly honest voice that spills out onto the page, almost conversing with his readers. His perspective of issues that arise in every teacher's career makes the reader fully understand how emotionally exhausting a teacher's life can be, ultimately leading to a greater appreciation of teachers.

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