Study Guide-7 Simple Secrets

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Eye On Education, Oct 26, 2007 - Education - 92 pages
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This Study Guide provides prompts and checklists to assist you as you reflect on the Seven Simple Secrets. It also serves facilitators and staff developers as a tool to help you organize book study groups.
  

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Contents

How to Have a Great Plan
2
How to Overplan
4
How to Manage Your Time
5
How to be Flexible
6
How to Make Objectives Clear
7
How to Promote Activity
9
How to be Proactive
11
Secret One Summary Checklist
12
How to Work Cooperatively With Parents
48
How to Have the Best Attitude on the Faculty
49
Secret Four Summary Checklist
50
The Secret of Professionalism
51
How and Why to Dress Professionally
52
How to Fit In Without Falling In
53
How to Maintain Control of Your Actions
54
How and Why to Continue Your Professional Growth
56

The Secret of Classroom Management
13
What an Effective Teachers Classroom Looks Like
14
The Difference Between Rules and Procedures
16
How to Establish Rules and Procedures
18
What to Do if Your Students Dont
20
BelltoBell Teaching
21
How to Discipline Proactively
22
How NOT to be a Screamer
23
Secret Two Summary Checklist
24
The Secret of Instruction
26
How to Teach for Real Life
27
How to Ensure Active Student Involvement
28
How to Ensure Success for All Students
29
How to Teach Enthusiastically
30
How to Align Teaching and Testing
31
How to Pace Your Lessons Appropriately
33
How to Teach Anything to Anyone
35
Secret Three Summary Checklist
36
The Secret of Attitude
38
How to Be in Control of Your Attitude Its Up to You
39
How to Handle Yourself in the Teachers Lounge
41
How to Improve the Attitudes of Your Students
42
How to Portray an Attitude of Responsibility
44
How to Defuse Negative Coworkers
46
How to Bleed Professionalism Without Cutting Yourself
58
How to Do Your BestNot Be the Best
59
How to Make Decisions That Benefit Children
60
Secret Five Summary Checklist
62
The Secret of Effective Discipline
63
How to Hide Your Buttons From Your Students
64
How to Be Consistent With Discipline
66
How to Relieve Stress With Psychology
68
How to Become Better Not Bitter
69
How to Give Students What They Want and Need
70
How to Be SelfDisciplined
71
How to Find the Good in Every Child
73
Secret Six Summary Checklist
75
The Secret of Motivation and Inspiration
76
How to Make Your Excitement Their Excitement
77
How to Make Every Student Feel Like Your Favorite Student
79
How to Show Personal Interest in Every Student
81
How to Maximize the Power of Praise
82
How to Use Rewards Appropriately
85
How to Motivate Unmotivated Students
87
How to Maximize the Power of YOU
89
Secret Seven Summary Checklist
91
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Todd Whitaker has been fortunate to be able to blend his passion with his profession. Recognized as a leading presenter in the fields of education and leadership, his message has resonated with over a million professionals around the world. One of the nation's leading authorities on employee motivation and leadership effectiveness, Whitaker has written over twenty books and has been invited to present in all fifty states and numerous countries around the world. He is a professor of educational leadership at Indiana State University in Terre Haute, Indiana. Todd and his wife Beth, also a professor at Indiana State University, have three children: Katherine, Madeline, and Harrison.

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