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The Everything New Teacher Book: Increase Your Confidence, Connect with Your Students, and Deal with the Unexpected

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This text recognizes that during the first couple of years in the classroom, teachers need effective suggestions on how to have a positive and lasting impact on their students. From the rules and tools of a successful learning environment to advice on behaviour management, a perfect guide for teachers during their early years.
Paperback, 305 pages
Published March 8th 2004 by Adams Media Corporation
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Catherine
When I started the book, I found myself wondering who exactly the audience for this book is: A lot of the beginning felt like a watered-down rehash of my education courses, and most people winding up in the classroom will have taken these courses. As I continued reading, the book began to offer some useful pointers. Unfortunately, the useful bits are heavily padded with generalities and unnecessary verbiage. I don't know how many times the author writes "The fact is..." I'm sure a lot of it has ...more
Nance
This is a really great guide to help with all of the issues that will come up as a new teacher. Once I begin teaching in my own classroom, this will be an indispensable guide for my first weeks. I highly recommend this book for any new teacher. My only complaint is it tends to be a little repetitive, but I guess that really makes the information sink in. The most valuable information is about dealing with relationships with other staff/administration. I also really gleaned a lot of information f ...more
Hannah Spencer
I read the whole book even though I got rather tired of it.
If you were in a quality teacher education program, or even a junky one, then maajority of this book was repetitive.
Amanda
Even sixth year teachers can use a review of fresh ideas. :)
Kayla
Elementary teachers best leave this on the shelf.
Karan Johnstone
Good information for new teachers.
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