Welcome to My World: A Strategy Guide for New Teachers
R&L Education, 2004 - 93 頁
Methods professors and other professionals in education try to prepare education majors for the world that awaits them after graduation, but in Welcome to My World: A Strategy Guide for New Teachers, author Chris Cleveland puts the new teacher directly into his or her first classroom and answers all the questions a first-year teacher may ask. The book serves as a practical and immediately useful guide for new teachers, as Cleveland touches on everything from preparing the classroom for students to creating an effective learning environment. In order to be successful, a teacher can convince the students that their education is paramount, then the students and the teacher can reap unbelievable educational and personal rewards. Cleveland can help new teachers get started on the right path to successfully educating young people. In addition, veteran teachers whose desire to excel has been thwarted by the realities of teaching, will likely find answers in Welcome to My World as to where and why their enthusiasm has dwindled, and will remember how important their initial goal was.
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WELCOME TO MY WORLD So Youve Decided to Be a Teacher?
HELLO WALLS Environment Is Everything
STAND BY YOUR PLAN Building a Foundation for Learning
SCHOOLS OUT Being Involved in AfterSchool Activities
BY THE TIME I GET TO PHOENIX Teachers and OutofClass Time
IF YOU COULD READ MY MIND Changes Challenges and Choices
BURN BABY BURN Avoiding Teacher Burnout
KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS The Experts Speak
I GET BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS Personal Relationships at School
WHAT A DIFFERENCE YOUVE MADE IN MY LIFE A Tribute to Teachers
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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