6 edition of Becoming a legendary teacher found in the catalog.
Becoming a legendary teacher
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||William Freeman and David Scheidecker.|
|Contributions||Scheidecker, David, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||LB1065 .F725 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781412954808, 9781412954815|
|LC Control Number||2008045085|
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All teachers aspire to become that outstanding educator who has an enduring, positive influence on their students' lives. In this book, two veteran teachers show pre- and in-service teachers how to become one of these "legendary" teachers.
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“Drawing upon his own years of teaching and reflections on what it means to teach well, Kriegel offers readers a practical, personable road map for how they can become better teachers.” —Brad Olsen, associate professor of education, University of California, Santa Cruz, and author of Teaching What They Learn, Learning What They Live: How Teachers’ Personal Histories Shape Reviews: Becoming a Legendary Teacher: To Instruct and Inspire is a powerful survey of how educators can meet student and administration expectations, motivating students to excel and improving communications while remaining passionate about their work.
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Carla Shelton and Alica Pollingue begin with a quote from master teacher Annie Sullivan. Description Becoming a Legendary Teacher provides the perfect tools for constructing productive classrooms and cultivating a love of education among children.
The authors encourage other educators to reach beyond the restrictions of rigid lesson plans to 3/5(3). These authors have captured what it takes to have a dynamic school building and truly be a legendary teacher.
This book is an excellent reflection of what can actually occur in classrooms across America." -- A. Donald Hendricks, Superintendent "Freeman and Scheidecker are truly legendary teachers. Becoming a legendary teacher: to instruct and inspire.
[William Freeman; David Scheidecker] -- Examining key characteristics that make teachers extraordinary, this resource demonstrates how educators can motivate students and create positive classroom environments. With 15 years in early childhood education and a further 8 years in primary education, Adam Prociv has extensive experience as an educator.
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As a middle school principal, I had the opportunity to work with just such a teacher. Barry Krizan taught three generations of our community’s young adolescents and has reached “legend” status.
This is how Barry did it. Respect and Relationships Create a climate that empowers students to take. The Legendary Teacher. Legendary teachers are everywhere.
In fact, it is likely that all of our teachers serve our students with legendary virtues each and every day. The Concept of a Legendary Teacher. The premise of a legendary teacher is specific yet simple.
Clement developed and promoted the concept of a legendary teacher over the. Observing other teachers teach is a very valuable experience towards becoming a good teacher. Reading about educational material. All of us read about our subject. Reading educational material will help dispel many myths we have and give us many ideas that we as teachers can try.
Reading gives a knowledge base on which our practices must depend. Whilst the book’s philosophy remains the same, the addition of three new chapters on ‘education for sustainability’, ‘school effectiveness and improvement’, and ‘education policy’ - combined with eleven new contributors - provides fresh perspectives, ideas and issues for discussion.
Becoming a Teacher is inspiring reading for 5/5(1).Unsplash Benjamin Child. When I was a child, my favorite game to play was “school.” My siblings and cousins and I would all take turns being the teacher and having a pretend classroom, which was actually just one of our bedrooms turned into a makeshift classroom with all the supplies our little hearts desired, because my mom is a teacher and our household is filled with worksheets and pencils.