Power teaching: practical tips for teaching adolescents
Foster the spirit of the emerging adult with this comprehensive survival guide to teaching adolescents. Filled with hilarious, true-to-life anecdotes that any teacher of adolescent students will recognize, this book compiles knowledge and tips from the authors' 2,000 former students and colleagues -- a unique approach that addresses adolescent issues from the teacher's perspective!
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