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This must-have resource combines the latest in education theory and best-practice instruction in an easy-to-navigate format that teachers will want to keep close at hand. Filled with helpful strategies, tips, and insights from veteran teachers across the country, the book covers essential topics of instruction, planning, management, and professional growth. Also includes updated standards and technology sections, a complete glossary of education terms, and a new index. For use with Grades K-8.
Linda Shalaway has written extensively about teaching and research on teaching. As an experienced education writer, she brings research results to teachers in a practical, usable form. She also taps the “wisdom of practice” by collecting and writing about experienced teachers' ideas and insights. Linda comments, “My work has always revolved around the question of what constitutes good teaching. It's a question whose answer we as teachers, parents, policy makers, and researchers must continually strive to refine.” Linda has worked with teachers and researchers all over the country. She's been an editor of an educational research and development magazine, contributing editor and columnist for Instructor magazine, a consultant and freelance writer for numerous educational publications, and a writing instructor. Currently a junior high and high school teacher, Linda resides in West Virginia with her husband, Scott, and daughters, Nora and Emma.