This practical guide was written to help you approach your first years of teaching with courage and confidence. You'll save countless hours with these helpful strategies, while maintaining your energy, sanity, and sense of humor. Learn how to establish relationships with your school's staff, organize and manage an inviting classroom, prepare lessons that engage students, prevent discipline problems, foster partnerships with parents, assess student learning and performance, and develop a teacher portfolio. Includes all you need to get started: classroom-tested ideas; lesson planning guides; sample parent letters; and handy forms, checklists, and examples. Dozens of essential resources, including: * Time-management and organization tips * Strategies for setting clear expectations and developing qlearner friendlyq procedures * Techniques on planning instruction and designing learning experiences for all children * Approaches for writing tests, assessing students, and developing portfolios * Sample letters, schedules, and planning forms. * Answers to frequently asked questions Written for elementary teachers, this guide also includes many valuable strategies and techniques for secondary teachers. Principals, supervisors, and teacher educators will find the handbook useful for working with new teachers.This practical guide was written to help you approach your first years of teaching with courage and confidence.
|Title||:||The new elementary teacher's handbook|
|Author||:||Kathleen Feeney Jonson|
|Publisher||:||Corwin Press - 1997-07-30|