Classroom Teacher's Survival Guide; Practical Strategies, Management Techniques, And Reproducibles For New And Experienced Teachers (Jossey-Bass Teacher Series) / Edition 2by Ronald L. Partin
Pub. Date: 01/14/2005
Designed for both the new and experienced teacher, this fully updated second edition of the best-selling Classroom Teacher’s Survival Guide offers a practical source of ready-to-use tips and strategies for solving the everyday problems teachers face while organizing and managing a classroom. Replete with behavior management and assistive discipline/i>… See more details below
Designed for both the new and experienced teacher, this fully updated second edition of the best-selling Classroom Teacher’s Survival Guide offers a practical source of ready-to-use tips and strategies for solving the everyday problems teachers face while organizing and managing a classroom. Replete with behavior management and assistive discipline strategies, this updated second edition includes tested suggestions, techniques, and reproducibles to help you save time and handle problems in scores of specific areas such as classroom routines, motivation, supplies, parent conferences, lesson plans, grading, conflict resolution, testing, team teaching, cooperative learning, homework, open houses, and many more.
Table of Contents
About This Book.
1. Creating a Supportive Learning Environment.
2. Creating Successful Lessons.
3. Alternatives to Lecturing.
4. Building a Learning Community.
5. In Search of Educational Excellence.
6. Effective Use of School Time.
7. Helpful Teaching Resources.
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This valuable resource is a must for beginning teachers. It has many valuable time savers, practical ideas, and sound advice. Wish I had had it earlier in the year. I'll use often next year. Highly recommend it to student teachers or any new teachers.
Easy to read with many bulleted points, this book is helpful to first-year teachers as well as those who have been teaching for longer. I find that every now and then I need to look at something new to re-energize myself for better planning and more effective teaching. This book does that. It offers best practices in behavior management, time management, lesson planning, effective teaching, and assessment. It also contains helpful lists of professional organizations, professional journals, computer software sources, and instructional materials suppliers. While other authors spend so much time focusing on procedures, this author gives you helpful procedural information but focuses on explaining how you can build relationships with students and make learning an active endeavor. He even encourages you to smile while you're doing it.