- Author:Gary Rubinstein
- Publisher:McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages; 1 edition (February 3, 2010)
- Pages:161 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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This book is invaluable because it gives real-world advice. He shows how he allocated and divided 71 minutes of planning for a 50 min class.
This book is invaluable because it gives real-world advice. I was hired in an urban school and found that advice from both books didn't work. Then I discovered this book and found his advice to work. The book is 171 pages but is dense with information because the print is small (not huge like in a lot of Ed books, such as those two listed above). I find myself re-reading this book to brush up on my teaching skills. 4 people found this helpful.
Beyond Survival book. A good book for beginning educators. Rubinstein is clear and straightforward in his advice, and he does a good job sifting through some of the nonsense to give it to newbies straight. I don't agree with him on absolutely everything, but he's on point on most things. I really liked his advice about focusing on the activity first when designing lessons-that may have been the most important thing I learned from this book!
Автор: Rubinstein Gary Название: Beyond Survival: How to Thrive in. .A great book for any middle or high school teacher to read. schools and high schools.
2010 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 6 x 1. 0 x . 2 cm Поставляется из: Англии.
Beyond Survival : How to Thrive in Middle and High School for Beginning and Improving Teachers. In response to concerns about teacher retention, especially among teachers in their first to fourth year in the classroom, we offer future teachers a series of brief guides full of practical advice that they can refer to in both their student teaching and in their first years on the job.
Beyond survival: How to thrive in middle and high school for beginning and improving teachers
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Throughout the book, the authors draw on their international practical experience of action . Very few high technology acquisition projects are successful.
This article discusses how three principals were able to transform their schools into communities of professional learners. It focuses on how the principals demonstrated their own learning and how they nurtured learning in their staffs.
Gary Rubinstein teaches math at Stuyvesant High School in New York City. He is the author of Beyond Survival: How to Thrive in Middle and High School for Beginning and Improving Teachers (McGraw-Hill, 2010). To translate this article, contact permissions.
Using Anchor Charts in Middle and High School . At the beginning of a writing unit, I give students a prompt and ask them to respond
Using Anchor Charts in Middle and High School:. Teaching Elaboration in Writing. Lesson Planning Tips: Content Chunking. At the beginning of a writing unit, I give students a prompt and ask them to respond. This year, I used the prompt, Are iPads helping or hurting your education? because we are a 1:1 school; then, I assessed them with this pre-assessment rubric. The interesting part of this process, to me, was how confused they were when it came to the introduction and conclusion. They wanted to know how to make those paragraphs more than one sentence each. They just weren’t sure.