A New Teacher's Guide: Surviving Your First Year
For many years, new teachers have complained that they were not well prepared for many of the daily realities of classroom teaching. Based on Singer's personal experience as a teacher, dean, counselor, and administrator, this book will provide specific tools and insights to help new teachers become successful in assisting students with a variety of issues including drug abuse, legal matters, and communication with parents. Intended for beginning teachers.
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A FEW WORDS ABOUT ADMINISTRATORS
PLAYING BY THE RULES
ITS ALL ABOUT STUDENTS
FINDING A JOB
SURVIVING YOUR FIRST YEAR AND BEYOND
THE LAST CHAPTER
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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