Classroom Strategies for the Beginning Teacher
- Jeffrey Glanz - Yeshiva University, USA
Teacher Induction | Teaching Methods & Learning Styles
Easy to understand and practical, this wide-ranging guide provides tools such as questions and activities at the end of each chapter, Web sites and vital readings for further study, and a self-assessment instrument to help readers succeed in their first year. The second edition includes more information on curriculum development and technology, more sample lesson plans, a new section on bullying, new activity sheets, and many checklists with immediate application procedures. The book is packed with helpful suggestions on topics such as:
Assessment and grading
National Board certification
Teaching 101 is an invaluable resource that teachers can reference throughout their careers to expand their skills and perspectives.
“Provides many practical, pertinent, and useful ideas. These easy-to-implement ideas will help new teachers feel more secure and in charge.”
“Contains excellent examples, vignettes, cases, and stories. Student teachers want to hear real-life stories and examples from those in the field, and this book delivers. The authors turn technical and theoretical concepts into practical applications in an easy-to-understand style. A must-read for every student who wants to become a teacher and every first-year teacher in the field.”
“I intend to recommend this book to my school’s leadership committee for use during teacher induction. The opportunities for reflection make this an excellent resource and self-evaluation tool for educators as well as administrators. The concise presentation of material also makes it a useful and realistic read for busy educators.”
“One of the richest books I have ever read for beginning teachers. Even veteran teachers will get a lot out of it. I really wish I had a book like this when I was a student teacher.”
“This book should be read three times: as course material for student teachers, during the first year of teaching, and again in the third year of teaching when experience will allow you to consider more perspectives as you form your own answers to the questions addressed in the book.”
Great text. Used in f10. Practical suggestions.