55 Teaching Dilemmas: Ten Powerful Solutions to Almost Any Classroom Challenge
To teach with excellence demands more than strategies and techniques. The most successful teachers draw on their personal power--their confidence, compassion, and empathy, and their professional power--their ability to lead, instruct, and inspire their students to do their best. With practice, most teachers can develop the skills they need to conquer almost any classroom challenge. This book offers specific, practical ideas to help teachers:
In 55 Teaching Dilemmas, Kathy Paterson also shows readers how to counsel students in need, how to recognize and prevent burnout, how to communicate with parents and guardians, and how to encourage cooperative learning among students with different capabilities and skills.
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