Apples & Chalkdust: A Teacher's Journal
David C Cook, Jul 1, 2004 - Religion - 205 pages
"My heart is singing for joy this morning. A miracle has happened! The light of understanding has shone upon my little pupil's mind, and behold, all things are changed." and — Anne Sullivan Remember the joy you felt when you saw the "light of understanding" blink on in a student's eyes? Apples and Chalkdust and ™, A Teacher's Journal provides the perfect place to record these moments and refer to them when you need to revive your passion for teaching. Veteran educator, Vicki Carauna, fills these pages with inspiration and understanding followed by insightful questions to help you explore your call to teach and renew your enthusiasm for the classroom. Take some time for yourself, and watch your classroom flourish the way you always dreamed it could.
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