For many years, new teachers have complained that they were not well prepared for many of the daily realities of classroom teaching. Based on Singer's personal experience as a teacher, dean, counselor, and administrator, this book will provide specific tools and insights to help new teachers become successful in assisting students with a variety of issues including drug abuse, legal matters, and communication with parents. Intended for beginning teachers.
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About the Author
Harvey Singer is adjunct instructor (computer science) Broward Community College and instructor of online courses (computer science).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 1 First Thoughts Chapter 3 2 The First Day Chapter 4 3 The Technical Side of Learning Chapter 5 4 The Personal Side of Learning Chapter 6 5 Communicating Effectively Chapter 7 6 Discipline Chapter 8 7 Drug Abuse Chapter 9 8 Working With Your Colleagues Chapter 10 9 A Few Words about Administrators Chapter 11 10 Playing by the Rules Chapter 12 11 It's All About Students Chapter 13 12 Finding a Job Chapter 14 13 Surviving Your First Year...And Beyond Chapter 15 14 The last Chapter Chapter 16 About the Author