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Seven simple secrets : what the best teachers know and do

Breaux, Annette L. (Auteur). Whitaker, Todd, 1959- (Auteur ajouté).

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Laboratoire de didactiques, E.S.E. LB 1025.3 B743 2006 30007008321282 AR102 Stacks Disponible -

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  • ISBN : 1596670215
  • ISBN : 9781596670211
  • Description physique : print
    viii, 136 p. ; 26 cm.
  • Éditeur : Larchmont, NY : Eye On Education, 2006.

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Note de dépouillement structurée : How to use this book -- What this book will do for you -- Secret one. The secret of planning -- How to "have" a great plan -- How to "overplan" -- How to manage your time -- How to be flexible -- How to make objectives clear -- How to promote activity -- How to be proactive -- Chapter summary -- Secret two. The secret of classroom management -- What an effective teacher's classroom looks like -- The difference between rules and procedures -- How to establish rules and procedures -- What to do if your students "don't" -- Bell-to-bell teaching -- How to discipline proactively -- How not to be a screamer -- Chapter summary -- Secret three. The secret of instruction -- How to teach for real life -- How to ensure active student involvement -- How to ensure success for all students -- How to teach enthusiastically -- How to align teaching and testing -- How to pace your lessons appropriately -- How to teach anything to anyone -- Chapter summary -- Secret four. The secret of attitude -- How to be in control of your attitude: its up to you! -- How to handle yourself in the teachers' lounge -- How to improve the attitudes of your students -- How to portray an attitude of responsibility -- How to defuse negative co-workers -- How to work cooperatively with parents -- How to have the best attitude on the faculty -- Chapter summary -- Secret five. The secret of professionalism -- How and why to dress professionally -- How to "fit in" without "falling in" -- How to maintain control of your actions -- How and why to continue your professional growth -- How to bleed professionalism without cutting yourself -- How to do your best, not be the best -- How to make decisions that benefit children -- Chapter summary -- Secret six. The secret of effective discipline -- How to hide your buttons from your students -- How to be consistent with discipline -- How to relieve stress with psychology -- How to become "better," not "bitter" -- How to give students what they want and need -- How to be self-disciplined -- How to find the "good" in every child -- Chapter summary -- Secret seven. The secret of motivation and inspiration -- How to make your excitement their excitement -- How to make every student feel like your favorite student -- How to show a personal interest in every student -- How to maximize the power of praise -- How to use rewards appropriately -- How to motivate "unmotivated" students -- How to maximize the power of you -- Chapter summary -- Conclusion.
Sujet : Teaching Handbooks, manuals, etc
Classroom management Handbooks, manuals, etc
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