The Classroom Teacher's Survival Guide: Practical Strategies, Management Techniques and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 15, 2009 - Education - 384 pages
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An updated edition of the best-selling book for teacher success in the classroom

Designed for new and experienced teachers alike, this thoroughly revised and updated edition offers a value-packed, practical source of ready-to-use tips and strategies for meeting the challenges teachers face everyday while organizing and managing a classroom. The third edition includes entirely new sections on teaching English language learners, inquiry-based learning, building positive teacher-student relationships, wrapping up the school year, and much more. The book also features many new forms, pre-written letters, checklists, and reproducibles, along with bonus forms and reproducibles that are available for free download from the web.

  • Includes tools and techniques proven to help teachers succeed in the classroom
  • Contains new sections on teaching English language learners, teacher-student relationships, inquiry-based learning, and more
  • Many handy reproducible forms, handouts, and checklists
  • Includes access to free downloadable bonus material on the web, including pre-written letters, reproducible forms, and worksheets
  

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Contents

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1
Helping English Language Learners
8
The Importance of Relationship Building
14
Prisoners of Time
80
Storage Solutions
93
Teacher Time Log
99
Tips on Getting Organized
107
CREATING SUCCESSFUL LESSONS
133
Music
196
Guest Speakers and Panels
205
Podcasts
211
Designing Effective PowerPoint Presentations
217
5
235
ASSESSMENT AND TESTING TOOLS
241
8
297
HELPFUL RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
347

INTERACTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING
183
Creativity Crunchers
190

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About the author (2009)

Ronald L. Partin, Ph.D., has more than thirty years of experience in the education field. A former classroom teacher and coach, Partin currently works as a consultant and researcher for Performance Learning Systems.

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