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What Teachers Should Know But Textbooks Don't Show

by Stella Erbes SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
11/2007
ISBN:
9781412950671
Format:
Hbk 168 pages
Price:
AU$99.00 NZ$103.48
Product Status: Title is Print on Demand - May take 4 weeks
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This essential resource helps new teachers survive and thrive in the classroom with proven tips on classroom management, teacher-student relationships, and coping with professional challenges.

Acknowledgments
About the Author
Introduction
Part I. Planning and Preparing to Teach
1. Making Positive First Impressions
2. Making Time Through the Art of Multitasking
3. Making Grading Manageable
Part II. Classroom Management
4. Reinforcing Routines and Completing Clerical Tasks
5. Discipline: Setting Boundaries and Holding the Line
Part III. Instructional Strategies
6. Teaching Outside the Box
7. A Personal Touch: Incorporating the "Affective" Element
Part IV. Teaching: An Ensemble Work
8. Cooperate, Collaborate, & Consider the Office Staff
9. Parents & Teachers: We're on the Same Team
10. Participate in the Profession
Conclusion
Resources
References
Index

"Blends research with tips on the most challenging moments new teachers face in their classrooms, showing how to create a positive learning environment, handle students and families alike, and meet professional objectives. New teachers in particular will find it a clear, concise indicator of common problems and their solutions."
Stella Erbes earned her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Masters Degrees in Education and Spanish from the University of California at Santa Barbara. Her 16 years of teaching experiences span both the elementary and secondary levels as well as the public, private, and homeschooling sectors. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor of Teacher Education at Pepperdine University, where she teaches courses in Educational Psychology and Secondary Teaching Methods, and supervises student teachers. Although she enjoyed teaching in the K-12 classroom, Stella decided to begin a career in teacher education in 2002 so that she could support beginning teachers as they entered the world of teaching by sharing practical knowledge gained from her wide array of experiences. Stella research interests focus on beginning teacher support, teaching methodologies, and undergraduate research experiences. Her research has been presented at internationally recognized conferences like the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. It is her hope that K-12 classrooms and research in higher education can partner together more closely to connect theory and practice in valuable ways so that both classroom teachers and university professors can be well informed of the current issues and trends in today schools.