7 edition of Practical hints for the teachers of public schools found in the catalog.
Series title also at head of t.-p.
|Statement||by George Howland ...|
|Series||International education series, ed. by W. T. Harris. vol XIII|
|LC Classifications||LB1025 .H86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii p., 1 l., 198 p.|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||06030626|
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For more tips for new librarians, check out the book New on the Job: A School Library Media Specialist's Guide to Success. It has a great overview of what to expect the first year. Finally, if you are a new librarian, what other questions do you have? Hints for teaching success in middle school. [Robert E Rubinstein] -- Present stimulating ideas and practical classroom tested strategies to help students succeed. Sections of the book discuss who you are as a teacher, multicultural awareness, teaching approaches.
Managing a classroom at the high school level can be a bit tricky, and whole different ballgame from teaching early or elementary ed. These 50 tips and tricks for high school classroom management come from our community of seasoned educators from across the country. There are plenty of good practical hints here, such as quickly learning students' names (though it doesn't mention making a seating plan, which for me is an essential first step). The book hits its stride in the second section, which is all about dealing with pupils.
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Practical hints for the teachers of public schools. New York, D. Appleton and company, (OCoLC) Online version: Howland, George, Practical hints for the teachers of public schools. New York, D. Appleton and company, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Howland.
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Section 5 - Hints That Require Some Help from Others / Section 6 - Hints That May Take a While / Last Thoughts / About the Author / Testimonials: “Hints for Success in School is a great read not only for student but parents alike.
The practical. View All Works4Me Tips» NEA edCommunities NEA's edCommunities is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas.
The book is light on theory but heavy on practical ideas. It offers hints and tips you can use right away. lines between schools and the people they serve—are key contributors to building understanding of and support for schools.
This book offers practical ideas to assist all school employees in fulfilling these individual public. ―JOHN MCCARTHY, EdS, Educator & Founder of Opening Paths, and author of So All Can Learn: A Practical Guide to Differentiation "The fourth edition of Julia Thompson's class book, The First-Year Teacher's Survival Guide, is THE book that every new teacher needs to have marked-up and readily accessible on their bookshelf!"/5(61).
This book was developed to assist substitute teachers in the Worthington City School district. It provides solid advice that will allow substitute teachers to be successful and therefore will help all of our students to be successful.
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To that end, Schaefer -- a reading specialist and confessed "idea hamster" -- is constantly looking for ways to put ideas in front of the teachers she works with.
Among the tools she uses is a weekly literacy tip, published in her principal's school. It has been argued that, while reversing the obesity epidemic is not solely the responsibility of schools, the trend is unlikely to change without schools’ assistance (Siedentop, ).Schools are an ideal venue for the implementation of healthy behaviors because they serve more than 56 million youth in the United States; because youth spend such a large amount of time in school; and because.
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Over the course of the book, we break down the most critical actions leaders and /5(). Too often marginalized voices go unheard and discounted, especially in schools. Offer your students a wider view of the world (and maybe even some role models that share their experience) by incorporating magazine articles, books, and speeches by people who aren’t white, cisgender, straight men.
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The majority of today’s teachers are women (79%) with an average age of In some states, 60% of the teachers are over 50 (National Center for Educational Statistics, ). Most of the experience that most of these teachers have had with technology is limited to word processing, data bases, presentation software and perhaps.
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