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A New Teacher's Survival Guide: Avoiding the Common Pitfalls

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Year:
2010
Pages:
4
Size:
8.5" x 11"
ISBN:
9781935609254
Item Code:
NTSG
Price: $12.95
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The first year of teaching is often scary and overwhelming.  A New Teacher’s Survival guide:  Avoiding the Common Pitfalls, written by Ken Kolwicz, is designed to help teachers make it through that difficult first year.

This four-page laminated guide contains advice and strategies for overcoming the most common pitfalls new teachers face in their daily practice, ranging from classroom management to working with parents.  Strategies for success include:

  • Establishing classroom management and organization first
  • Asking questions
  • Viewing parents as partners
  • Seeking Mentors

 A New Teacher’s Survival Guide also advises new teachers about how speak and act professionally, as well how to work with paraeducators and become part of the school community.  Kolwicz also offers tips for understanding observations and evaluations and maintaining mental and physical health in order to prevent burnout and avoid becoming disillusioned.

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