The Organized Teacher's Guide to Your First Year of Teaching with CD-ROM

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McGraw-Hill Education, Sep 9, 2010 - Education - 240 pages
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Make your first year teaching a success!

As a new teacher, you can be completely overwhelmed--feeling lost and not knowing where to start when you receive the keys for the first time. The Organized Teacher's Guide to Your First Year of Teaching will be your guide during these first few days and weeks and put you on the road to success.

Featuring a series of lists, checklists, charts and diagrams, this handbook can be read quickly and referred to over and over. It includes a CD-ROM of all checklists and any matter that is reproducible. The CD-ROM will have an additional 50 pages of printable content not found in the book. These extra forms will be referred to in context, with thumbnails to show you how to use them to your best advantage.

  • An all-in-one resource and checklist for grades K-6, in any subject.
  • Reproducible pages (also contained on a CD-ROM) ready for you to use, including charts, diagrams and guidelines for organizing a new classroom.
  • Helping you thrive in your first year and beyond
  • Easy-to-understand, accessible
  • Low priced to fit your budget

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Steve Springer is a fulltime classroom teacher with a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University, with a special focus on the arts throughout the subject areas and the incorporation of technology into the curriculum. Steve has spent time in South Africa training teachers through a program he started called "Reach and Teach". He also presents at bilingual conferences, new teacher conferences and regularly attends children’s literature conferences. He has also illustrated six McGraw-Hill titles.

Brandy Alexander has his Master's in Fine Arts from CSU, Los Angeles which lends itself to creative classroom instruction and pedagogy. Brandy is a full time classroom teacher in Los Angeles and a part-time faculty member at CSULA where he teaches courses on classroom design, student teaching portfolio preparation, and serves as a master teacher for student teachers, while also presenting at new teacher conferences from year-to-year.

Kimberly Persiani-Becker, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor at California State University, Los Angeles in the area of Curriculum and Instruction. She presents at local and international conferences for bilingual education, children's literature, gender equity and moral and character education.

These authors have sold more than 70,000 copies of their books The Organized Teacher, The Creative Teacher, The Festive Teacher and The Master Teacher. Their next project, The Organized Teacher's Guide to Building Character, will also publish in Summer 2010.

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