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by Lorraine Glennon,Mary Mohler
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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    Lorraine Glennon,Mary Mohler
  • ISBN:
    1885171358
  • ISBN13:
    978-1885171351
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  • Publisher:
    Wildcat Canyon Press (June 1, 2003)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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Lorraine Glennon, Mary Mohler.

Teach brings together personal reminiscences about gifted educators from a wide array of contributors, including writers, entertainers, business leaders, religious figures, politicians - and of course teachers themselves. Some are humorous, others irreverent, others sweet, still others passionately polemical. Lorraine Glennon, Mary Mohler. Many successful people can point to a single teacher whose talent and dedication made a crucial difference in their lives.

Home Lorraine Glennon;Mary Mohler Those Who Can. Lorraine Glennon;Mary Mohler. Published by Council Oak Books, 2009. Condition: Good Soft cover. From Books Express (Portsmouth, NH, .

Teach! also serves as an effective inspiration to those who aspiring to affect the world for the better by educating the minds of the next generation, and the next, and the next. Wonderfully warm and insightful. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. In a time when test scores are dropping and schools are embattled, here is a charming reminder of what dedicated teachers have done and can do. The essays are inspiring, wistful, funny, and instructive-even inspirational-but never sticky sweet.

Coach! takes notice of these unsung heroes through the voices of those whose lives have been changed forever by a relationship with them. The book gathers reminiscences from consummate sports figures. The book gathers reminiscences from consummate sports figures, armchair athletes, and benchwarmers alike to remind readers of the special place coaches can have in children's - and everyone's - lives. Format Paperback 256 pages. Dimensions 152 x 165 x 20mm 314g. Publication date 01 Nov 2000. Publisher COUNCIL OAK BOOKS.

This book includes stories and anecdotes about extraordinary, real-life teachers who have influenced lives and helped make the world a better place. Glennon, Lorraine, Comp. Essayists from a variety of professions and backgrounds reflect upon the importance and impact of an educator in their lives who recognized and nurtured their potential. This book includes stories and anecdotes about extraordinary, real-life teachers who have influenced lives and helped make the world a better place.

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Many successful people can point to a single teacher whose talent and dedication made a crucial difference in their lives. Sometimes former students clearly recall a teacher's casually brilliant remark that produced an instant "aha!" response; sometimes they are affected by a teacher's passionate devotion to professional duty. The methods of a great teacher are as varied and distinctive as teachers themselves, but the result - inspired teaching - is a gift enjoyed for a lifetime.Those Who Can . . . Teach brings together personal reminiscences about gifted educators from a wide array of contributors, including writers, entertainers, business leaders, religious figures, politicians - and of course teachers themselves. Some are humorous, others irreverent, others sweet, still others passionately polemical. Based on interviews conducted by the editors, the book includes many excerpts culled from literature, personal letters, and film.