Reluctant Disciplinarian: Advice on Classroom Management from a Softy Who Became (Eventually) a Successful Teacher
In this funny and insightful book, Gary Rubinstein relives his own truly disastrous first year of teaching. He begins his teaching career armed only with idealism and romantic visions of teachingand absolutely no classroom management skills. By his fourth year, however, he is named his schools Teacher of the Year. As Rubinstein details his transformation from incompetent to successful teacher, he shows what works and what doesnt work when managing a classroom. Any teacherexperienced or notwill enjoy this honest and humorous look at the real world of teaching, and will come away with some very helpful ideas for classroom management.
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Review: Reluctant Disciplinarian: Advice on Classroom Management from a Softy Who Became (Eventually) a Successful TeacherUser Review - Goodreads
This is a great book for new teachers. I greatly enjoyed the practical advice. Although it wasn't the cure for my challenges teaching, it was an interesting read. Moreover, Rubinstein is an entertaining writer.
Review: Reluctant Disciplinarian: Advice on Classroom Management from a Softy Who Became (Eventually) a Successful TeacherUser Review - Evangelyn - Goodreads
I enjoyed his stories. Not sure how helpful his advice is. Read full review
The First Days of School: How to Be an Effective Teacher
Harry K. Wong,Rosemary Tripi Wong
No preview available - 1998
Why Learning to Discipline Is So Hard
What Does Not Work
Being a Real Teacher
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