The organized teacher: a hands-on guide to setting up and running a terrific classroom

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McGraw-Hill, Jul 22, 2005 - Education - 282 pages
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Usable as a hands-on guide from the very first day of school, The Organized Teacher addresses the practical needs of firstyear teachers of grades K-8. It covers everything they need to know, from classroom management and school procedures to streamlined record keeping and state standards. The book includes helpful reproducible checklists and instructive illustrations, along with invaluable advice from experienced professionals.

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Review: The Organized Teacher: A Hands-On Guide to Setting Up and Running a Terrific Classroom

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Lots of good ideas, some I already do, some I will employ. Worth a look for anyone wanting to tweak their classroom system. Read full review

Review: The Organized Teacher: A Hands-On Guide to Setting Up and Running a Terrific Classroom

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Lots of good ideas, some I already do, some I will employ. Worth a look for anyone wanting to tweak their classroom system. Read full review

Contents

Primary Classroom Examples
10
Calendar
16
School Binder
25
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Dr. Kimberly Persiani-Becker is an assistant professor of curriculum and instruction at Cal State University.

Steve Springer has taught and developed training programs in the Los Angeles school district for twelve years.

Brandy Alexander has taught in both public and private schools; he is the recipient of a Golden Apple award for classroom excellence.

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