Teachers and Teaching Strategies: Innovations and Problem Solving
Gerald F. Ollington
Nova Science Publishers, 2008 - Education - 412 pages
If the future of any society can be pinpointed, it is with the teachers who help form the citizens of tomorrow. Sometimes their impact is equal to the parents and sometimes surpasses it by not a small measure. This book tackles teaching Strategies, Innovations and Problem Solving as the focal points in teaching.
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