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101 ANSWERS for NEW TEACHERS and THEIR MENTORS Effective Teaching Tips for Daily Classroom Use

ISBN-10: 1930556489
ISBN-13: 9781930556485
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Eye On Education, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/26/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.056
Language: English

Generates instant impact on teaching and learning, provides a collection of savvy teaching tips for new teachers

About the Author
Foreword
Introduction
To the Teacher
To the Mentor
Common New-Teacher Challenges
How to Use This Book
Classroom Management
Off to a Positive Start
Classroom Management
Have Procedures for Almost Everything
Discipline
Use the "Are You All Right?" Technique
Greet Students Daily
Learn What to Overlook
Handle Discipline Problems Discreetly
Handle Your Own Discipline Problems
"Catch" Students Behaving
Be Proactive
Provide Frequent Stretch Breaks
Use Proximity
Do Not Provoke Defensiveness
Avoid "Down" Time
Put Students at Ease
Provide Structured "Bellwork"
Avoid Power Struggles with Students
Make the Punishment Fit the Misbehavior
Attack the Problem, Not the Person
Planning
Manage Your Time Wisely
Understand that Teaching Is Hard Work
Do Not Procrastinate
Plan Effective Lessons
Be Organized and Prepared
Maintain Accurate Records
Make the Objectives "Clear" for Each Lesson
Provide a Plan for Substitutes
Instruction
Learn to Recover Quickly
Teach Students at "Their Level"
Observe Other Teachers
Refrain from "Lecturing"
Refrain from "Textbook Teaching"
Teach Social Skills
Focus on Students' Strengths
Allow and Encourage Students to Work Cooperatively
Relate Lessons to Real Life
Avoid Homework Overload
Model the Skills You Teach
Make Learning Fun
Encourage Active Student Participation
Challenge Students to Think Critically
Use Authentic Means of Assessment
Vary Your Teaching Strategies
Make Decisions Based on What's Best for Students
Professionalism: Attitudes and Behaviors of Effective Teachers
Maintain a Positive Reputation
Do Not Fall Prey to Victimization
Choose Your Reactions
Don't Let Negative Coworkers Affect You
Learn to Work Cooperatively with Parents
Steer Clear of the Blame Game
Participate in School Functions
Resist the Temptation for More "Stuff"
Avoid Lounge Gossip
Remind Yourself Why You Chose to Become a Teacher
Ask for Assistance
Be the Best You Can Be
Set Goals for Your Own Improvement
Be Flexible
Learn and Grow from Your Mistakes
Ask Lots of Questions
Dress Like a Professional
Devise a "Teacher Report Card"
Be a Role Model for Your Students
Maintain Your Composure
Cooperate with Administration
Avoid "Acting When Angry"
Do Not Allow Your Personal Problems to Spill Over into the Classroom
Focus on What You Can Change
Grow as a Professional
Motivation and Rapport
Celebrate the Uniqueness of Your Students
Light a Spark in Your Students
Smile
Give Your Students More Credit Than They Deserve
Make Every Student Your "Favorite"
Set the Stage for Success
Provide Positive Feedback
Use Clever Psychology
Act as though Every Subject You Teach Is Your "Favorite"
Focus on the "Positives" in Your Classroom
Display Student Work
Have Positive Expectations for All Students
Get to Know Your Students
Encourage Improvement, Not Perfection
Avoid Sarcasm
Be "Human" to Your Students
Refer to Yourself in the "First Person"
Remember that Little Things Make a Big Difference
Dignify Incorrect Responses
Avoid "Nagging"
Laugh with Your Students
Be an Optimist
Thank Your Students Often
A Teacher's Influence
Recognize the Importance of Your Influence
Realize that You Will Affect Lives
Remember Your "Favorite" Teacher
Remember Your "Least-Favorite" Teacher
Inspire for a Lifetime
Keep an "I Am Special" Folder
Teach Students that Mistakes Are Wonderful Learning Opportunities
Refuse to Give Up on Any Child
Conclusion
An Invitation for Your Comments

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