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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Breaux, Annette L.
Study guide, seven simple secrets.
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Annette L Breaux; Todd Whitaker; Nancy Satterfield
|Description:||1 online resource.|
|Contents:||Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Secret One: The Secret of Planning; Part 1: How to Have a Great Plan; Part 2: How to Over-plan; Part 3: How to Manage Your Time; Part 4: How to Be Flexible; Part 5: How to Make Objectives Clear; Part 6: How to Promote Activity; Part 7: How to Be Proactive; Secret One Summary Checklist; Secret Two: The Secret of Classroom Management; Part 1: What an Effective Teacher's Classroom Looks Like; Part 2: How to Distinguish Between Rules and Procedures; Part 3: How to Establish Rules and Procedures; Part 4: How to Provide Reminders and Practice. Part 5: How to Teach from Bell to BellPart 6: How to Discipline Proactively; Part 7: How Not to Be a Screamer; Secret Two Summary Checklist; Secret Three: The Secret of Instruction; Part 1: How to Teach for Real Life; Part 2: How to Ensure Active Student Involvement; Part 3: How to Ensure Success for All Students; Part 4: How to Incorporate Technology Effectively; Part 5: How to Align Teaching and Testing; Part 6: How to Pace Your Lessons Appropriately; Part 7: How to Teach Anything to Anyone; Secret Three Summary Checklist; Secret Four: The Secret of Attitude. Part 1: How to Be in Control of Your Attitude: It's Up to You!Part 2: How to Handle Yourself in the Teachers' Lounge; Part 3: How to Improve the Attitudes of Your Students; Part 4: How to Portray an Attitude of Responsibility; Part 5: How to Defuse Negative Coworkers; Part 6: How to Have the Best Attitude on the Faculty; Part 7: How to Work Cooperatively with Parents; Secret Four Summary Checklist; Secret Five: The Secret of Professionalism; Part 1: How and Why to Dress Professionally; Part 2: How to "Fit In" Without "Falling In"; Part 3: How to Handle Yourself with Social Media. Part 4: How and Why to Continue Your Professional GrowthPart 5: How to Bleed Professionalism Without Cutting Yourself; Part 6: How to Do Your Best, Not Be the Best; Part 7: How to Make Decisions That Benefit Children; Secret Five Summary Checklist; Secret Six: The Secret of Effective Discipline; Part 1: How to Hide Your Buttons from Your Students; Part 2: How to Be Consistent with Discipline; Part 3: How to Relieve Stress with Psychology; Part 4: How to Become Better, Not Bitter; Part 5: How to Give Students What They Want and Need; Part 6: How to Be Self-Disciplined. Part 7: How to Find the Good in Every ChildSecret Six Summary Checklist; Secret Seven: The Secret of Motivation and Inspiration; Part 1: How to Make Your Excitement Their Excitement; Part 2: How to Make Every Student Feel Like Your Favorite Student; Part 3: How to Show Personal Interest in Every Student; Part 4: How to Maximize the Power of Praise; Part 5: How to Use Rewards Appropriately; Part 6: How to Motivate Unmotivated Students; Part 7: How to Maximize the Power of YOU; Secret Seven Summary Checklist; Conclusion; BONUS Seven!|
|Other Titles:||Routledge study guides.|
|Responsibility:||by Annette Breaux, Todd Whitaker, and Nancy Satterfield.|