Are You My Teacher?

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
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Are You My Teacher begins with a bit of irony as the author shares a small part of her biography. This book is easy to read, thought-provoking, challenging, honest, daring, relative, and realistic. This book presents real issues and dilemmas with comprehensible resolutions. Are You My Teacher gives parents insight into the heart and mind of what their children experience while in school. As a parent, do you know what your children are experiencing in the classroom? What do they really think of their teachers and the education that they are receiving? Are You My Teacher helps teachers to identify their true passion and commitment to the teaching profession. "An ideal book for anyone who has a sincere heart for children."
 

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Contents

Chapter One Born To Teach
1
Chapter Two My First Day As A Teacher
5
Chapter Three Building a ParentTeacher Relationship
10
Chapter Four Building a StudentTeacher Relationship
13
Chapter Five School Climate
16
Chapter Six Whos Your Childs Teacher?
24
When They Cared
27
Chapter Eight The Tutoring Cook
29
Chapter Ten Teaching Is A Silent Lesson
36
Chapter Eleven From A Childs Heart
40
Chapter Twelve On The SideLine
45
Chapter Thirteen The Thrill Is Gone
50
Chapter Fourteen May I Say Something?
61
Chapter Fifteen Strange Adoption
66
About The Author
79
Copyright

Chapter Nine Dont Blame Me
32

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About the author (2004)

Phielis Smith-Bailey was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. A product of public schools from first grade to college, she has spent the last 18 years as a teacher in the Dallas Public Schools. In 2001, she was named Teacher of the Year at her school, Semi-Finalist for the Dallas Public Schools Teacher of the Year, and she was the recipient of the 2001 Golden Oak Award in the category of Outstanding Elementary Educator.

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