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by Harvey Singer
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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    Harvey Singer
  • ISBN:
    0810845741
  • ISBN13:
    978-0810845749
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  • Publisher:
    R&L Education (June 2003)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Schools & Teaching
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    1531 kb
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Publisher's description: For many years, new teachers .

Publisher's description: For many years, new teachers have complained that they were not well prepared for many of the daily realities of classroom teaching. Based on Singer's personal experience as a teacher, dean, counselor, and administrator, this book will provide specific tools and insights to help new teachers become successful in assisting students with a variety of issues including drug abuse, legal matters, and communication with parents. Intended for beginning teachers. A ScarecrowEducation book.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A New Teacher's Guide: Surviving Your First . Harvey Singer is adjunct instructor (computer science) Broward Community College and instructor of online courses (computer science). Country of Publication.

Harvey Singer is adjunct instructor (computer science) Broward Community College and instructor of online courses (computer science).

Surviving your first year. For many years, new teachers have complained that they were not well prepared for many of the daily realities of classroom teaching

Surviving your first year. Singer, Harvey, 1940-. Based on Singer's personal experience as a teacher, dean, counselor, and administrator, A New Teacher's Guide: Surviving Your First Year provides specific tools and insights to help new teachers successfully assist students with a variety of issues, including drug abuse, legal matters, and communication with parents.

The first year of teaching might be one of the most difficult things you go through as an educator, but these . The first year of teaching can be difficult, eye-opening, and even scary.

The first year of teaching might be one of the most difficult things you go through as an educator, but these tips from ISTE’s Young Educator Network will make it easier. Stacy Tornio on December 9, 2016. But it is also filled with excitement, adventure, and endless learning opportunities. We asked teachers in ISTE’s Young Educator Network to offer up their best tips and ideas for successfully getting through the first year of teaching

Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher. It′s an excellent beginning teacher′s guide that′s highly recommended for anyone venturing into the classroom for the first time.

Your First Year: How to Survive and Thrive as a New Teacher. The Bookwatch, October -11-07). Well-organized and easy to use, this handbook is filled with practical ideas covering such topics as classroom environment and management, best practices, assessment, communication, and becoming a lifelong learner.

Pitcher, a confidential clerk in the office of Harvey Maxwell, allowed a look of mild interest and surprise when his employer briskly entered at half-past nine in company with a young lady. Miss Leslie had been Maxwell’s stenographer for a year. She was beautiful in a way that was decidedly unstenographic. On this morning she was softly and shyly radiant. Her eyes were dreamily bright, her expression a happy one, tinged with reminiscence. Pitcher, still mildly curious, noticed a difference in her ways this morning.

For many years, new teachers have complained that they were not well prepared for many of the daily realities of classroom teaching. Based on Singer's personal experience as a teacher, dean, counselor, and administrator, this book will provide specific tools and insights to help new teachers become successful in assisting students with a variety of issues including drug abuse, legal matters, and communication with parents. Intended for beginning teachers.