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Starting Strong

Author: Kristen J. Nelson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1632201348
Size: 18.92 MB
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The new teacher's handbook for understanding the roles, responsibilities, and relationships of teaching! Teaching is one of the most exciting careers you can choose. It’s also one of the most challenging, especially when you are first stepping into your new classroom. Presenting time-tested strategies specifically for new classroom instructors, Starting Strong, Second Edition, is the ideal survival guide for navigating through your crucial first year of teaching. Starting at the beginning, the authors offer basic classroom layout suggestions for an optimal learning environment and frameworks any novice teacher can use to establish procedures that promote positive individual and group behavior. Moving from classroom management to instructional responsibilities, this indispensable resource offers clear guidelines for designing curriculum and instruction and methods for effective assessment. Additional how-to features include: • Samples of oral and written communication for parents and colleagues • Ways to create classroom newsletters • Techniques for using Web sites for interactive learning • Reflection questions for teachers at the end of each chapter With plenty of food-for-thought ideas to evaluate your own practice, this invaluable text helps teachers gain confidence and competence and reduce stress during that all-important first year!

Facilitator S Guide To Starting Strong

Author: Kristen J. Nelson
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412965519
Size: 64.97 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Use this facilitator's guide to demonstrate practical instructional and classroom management strategies that will help new instructors develop proficiency and confidence during their initial year of teaching.

Starting Strong

Author: Kristen Nelson
Publisher: Corwin
Size: 76.64 MB
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Formerly a SkyLight publication This must-have resource for new teachers has the information and time-tested ideas that make the first years of teaching flow smoothly.

Reflections On Starting Strong

Author: Corwin Press
Publisher: Skyhorse
ISBN: 9781629147222
Size: 47.36 MB
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Reflection is an important part of the learning process for both students and teachers. New teachers need to take the time to reflect on their teaching practice. Reflections on Starting Strong: A New Teacher's Journal is the valuable resource for the beginning teacher and is the perfect companion to Starting Strong: Surviving and Thriving as a New Teacher.

From Standards To Rubrics In Six Steps

Author: Kay Burke
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412917794
Size: 72.93 MB
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Kay Burke provides a detailed six-step walk-through for creating successful student learning tasks and assessment rubrics linked to state standards and NCLB. A CD-ROM with templates is included.

Teach Thrive

Author: Kristina Valtierra
Publisher: IAP
ISBN: 1681235838
Size: 50.21 MB
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Teacher burn out contributes to the epidemic of early career exit. At least half of all new K?12 teachers leave the profession by the time they reach their fifth year of teaching. Conversely, there are urban teachers who survive burn out and thrive as career? long educators. This book results from an in?depth qualitative study that explored one 40?year veteran teacher’s career narrative, analyzing how she not only survived the burn out epidemic, but also thrived as a highly effective career?long urban teacher. Part 1 of this book uses a critical socio?political lens is used to guide readers through the complexities of career thrival. Framed within the story of one new urban teacher’s typical morning, the book begins with an overview of the socio?political forces that lead to urban teacher burn out. In spite of the obstacles, the more hopeful idea of urban teacher thrival is uncovered through narrative methodology. Part 2 is dedicated to the dynamic narrative of a veteran urban teacher career journey. This inspiring story is related to frameworks established in Part 1, as well as painting a picture of how public education has evolved over the last 40 years, and it’s impact on the lives of teachers. Part 3 takes a deeper dive into three salient themes that permeated throughout the participant’s story. First hope springs eternal is the idea that sustaining hope supported the teacher’s career thrival. Next, the extended education family is the notion that familial?like relationships at school nourished her longevity. The third theme, creative autonomy, reveals that by being empowered with opportunities for curriculum development and instructional decision?making the teacher maintained her passion. This book concludes with recommendations for teachers, educational leaders and teacher educators to develop and maintain thriving teachers.

Parenting From Surviving To Thriving Workbook

Author: Charles R. Swindoll
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418554758
Size: 68.50 MB
Format: PDF
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Parents often find themselves suspended between snowcapped mountains of exhilaration and craggy chasms of desperation. To be sure, parenting these days is a white-knuckle adventure?a scary roller coaster ride we only hope we can survive. Is there any hope at all that we can actually thrive as parents? What an awesome privilege we have been given! What an opportunity to grow deeper in our relationship with our heavenly Father! Such privilege and opportunity certainly demand more of us than we can give. We need help. Fortunately, help has arrived! Based on beloved pastor and teacher Chuch Swindoll's Parenting: From Surviving to Thriving, this workbook explores God's divine plan for successful families. This inductive Bible study workbook will help you discover: The best-kept secret of wise parenting. Why kids move from resentment to rebellion. How to restore relationships after you've blown it. Parents' secret struggles and how to cope with them. Whether you're doing these studies alone, with your family, or as part of a group, this workbook will equip you with Scripture-based tools to help transform your relationship with your children from a struggle to survive into a lifelong love that thrives.