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Become an Effective Teacher in Minutes - Best Teaching Practices You Can Use Now - cover

Become an Effective Teacher in Minutes - Best Teaching Practices You Can Use Now

Marjan Glavac, Adam Waxler

Publisher: Marjan Glavac

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Summary

What if you could succeed with a disruptive student, connect with an angry parent or impress a skeptical principal with a new idea, a new procedure, or a new way of looking at something?
 
And what if you could do all these things...
 
Save countless hours during the school year Teach students to believe in themselves Create a positive environment based on mutual respect Maintain high academic expectations for all studentsGet 100% participation in your class with one simple techniqueMotivate unmotivated students Spend less time on classroom management and more time teachingLearn how to stay calm amid the chaosHelp your students feel safe making mistakesHave fun with your students
 
and more...
 
That’s what this book is all about.It’s a collection of teacher time tested ideas, resources and strategies that will make you an effective teacher in minutes.The book also comes with bonus downloadable content. For more information go to:www.TheBusyEducator.com
 
"Marjan, you are making a difference in the lives of students and in the world."Harry Wong
 
Harry and his wife Rosemary are the authors of The First Days of School, which has sold over 5 million copies.
 
“Adam is a shining star. He is one of those truly gifted teachers that students love. Adam's passion for teaching and for the content of his subject are inspiring. Recently, I observed a 90-minute social studies lesson in his classroom. The lesson was flawless from beginning to end. Adam's lesson reflected his knowledge of best teaching practices. He captured students' interest, used a variety of instructional strategies, and checked for understanding throughout the lesson. Adam is a gift to the teaching profession. He is a ‘teacher leader’ who is respected by his colleagues, parents, and administration.”
 
Nancy Carney, Principal, Springs Middle School, East Hampton, NY USA

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