Managing the Pressures of Teaching: Practical Ideas for Tutors and Their Students

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 27, 1998 - Education - 150 pages
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A lively, accessible, and practical book of suggestions for ways in which tutors can manage their workloads (and stress levels) and help students manage theirs. The ability to cope with stress is not merely a question of 'making it through the day'. When pressures are managed effectively the need not contribute to the burden of maintaining standards in a time of diminishing resources. resources. Aimed at teachers in further and higher education, it will also be of benefit to school teachers.

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About the author (1998)

Stephen Cox currently lives in Burbank California.
Other books by Cox include "The Beverly Hillbillies, The Munsters, The Munchkins Remember the Wizard of Oz and Beyond, The Official Abbott & Costello Scrapbook (with John Lofflin), The Addams Chronicles," and "Here's Johnny!"
Cox has written for "TV Guide, US, Good Housekeeping, the Hollywood Reporter, the Los Angeles Times," and the" St. Louis Post-Dispatch," among many other Midwestern newspapers. He professes not to watch as much television as you might think, and he feels it was fortuitous that he was born on the day episode #18 ("Lisa Bakes a Cake") first aired.

Heames is with Coventry University, UK.

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