Lessons Learned in the Classroom

Lessons Learned in the Classroom

LESSONS LEARNED IN THE CLASSROOM: "Inspiring, upbeat and optimistic, yet honest and hard-hitting when necessary.

Author: Elizabeth Baker Murphy

Publisher: Pen and Publish Inc

ISBN: 9780981726403

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 340

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LESSONS LEARNED IN THE CLASSROOM: "Inspiring, upbeat and optimistic, yet honest and hard-hitting when necessary. Into the mix of issues and people she takes on, Murphy constantly brings the joy of her vocation - her very special love of the classroom and of her students, a commitment that has kept her working hard for thirty-one years despite many challenges, personal and public. Murphy creates an unforgettable cast of characters.and always, she remembers the students who have touched her heart and motivated her teaching." (Author Dianne Aprile) "Her chronicle of heartbreaking struggles and heartfelt passion gives readers insight into the heart, soul, passion, and lifeblood of what it means to be a teacher."(IUS Writing Project Director, Dr. K. S. Bailey)
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Lessons Learned from the Special Education Classroom

Lessons Learned from the Special Education Classroom

Lessons Learned from the Special Education Classroom offers practical techniques and research-based suggestions where all students, regardless of their abilities, are actively engaged in a vigorous, scaffolded, differentiated classroom ...

Author: Peg Grafwallner

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781475844276

Category: Education

Page: 114

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Lessons Learned from the Special Education Classroom offers practical techniques and research-based suggestions where all students, regardless of their abilities, are actively engaged in a vigorous, scaffolded, differentiated classroom taught by a compassionate, equitable teacher.
Categories: Education

Lessons Learned in God s Classroom

Lessons Learned in God s Classroom

God is active in our daily lives, teaching us through mundane events how to live. Within these pages, Pat Storer shares some of the lessons she has learned in God's classroom.

Author: Patricia Storer

Publisher: Completelynovel

ISBN: 1787234088

Category: Religion

Page: 156

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God is active in our daily lives, teaching us through mundane events how to live. Within these pages, Pat Storer shares some of the lessons she has learned in God's classroom. You are invited to read her stories and to become aware that God is active in everyone's life, including yours. Don't miss His lessons for you!
Categories: Religion

Lessons Learned in a Primary Classroom

Lessons Learned in a Primary Classroom

From unannounced observations to morning meetings to family partnerships, Elaine covers it all.Her experience, knowledge, and passion for learning shared in this book, make it an excellent resource for any teacher.

Author: Elaine Corum Strawn

Publisher:

ISBN: 173436730X

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Lessons Learned in a Primary Classroom is for teachers everywhere, but written mostly for new teachers. Using her own personal thirtyyear teaching journey, Elaine shares her stories and insight into the day to day struggles and celebrations of a teacher's life withkindergartners and first graders. From unannounced observations to morning meetings to family partnerships, Elaine covers it all.Her experience, knowledge, and passion for learning shared in this book, make it an excellent resource for any teacher.
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Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

They are so innocent, pure, and impressionable. They are at an incredible stage in their lives--so young, yet so very ready. This book was written as a gift to parents whose children are at this wonderful stage.

Author: Jeannie Podest

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452594675

Category: Education

Page: 108

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There is something absolutely magical about a child who is embarking on the amazing journey called kindergarten. They are so innocent, pure, and impressionable. They are at an incredible stage in their lives--so young, yet so very ready. This book was written as a gift to parents whose children are at this wonderful stage. My intention is to share with you every insight that I have gained as a mother and as a teacher. Whether this is your first child going into kindergarten or your last child--even if you've had a gap in time where you haven't been in a kindergarten classroom for a while--this book is for you. Enjoy!
Categories: Education

Sixteen and a College Student

Sixteen and a College Student

Being accepted to one of the most prestigious universities on the West Coast was Gabriela's dream since she was a little girl. 16 and A College Student is the narrative of her experience as a first-generation college student.

Author: Gabriela C.

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1984010425

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Page: 134

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Being accepted to one of the most prestigious universities on the West Coast was Gabriela's dream since she was a little girl. 16 and A College Student is the narrative of her experience as a first-generation college student. Suddenly becoming an adult in a matter of months presented many challenges for her and no book she read in high school prepared her for any of them. In this memoir, Gabriela takes you on a ride to see what being a college student can be like; the good, the bad, and the ugly. Being away from her family, visits to the emergency room, unplanned pregnancies and a whole lot more! 16 and A College Student is about overcoming incredible obstacles while learning to be an adult in a different world, and the true magic that can happen when you refuse to give up on your dreams.
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Lessons Learned from Research

Lessons Learned from Research

An excellent eye-opener that brings research to K-12 mathematics teachers in an easy-to-use, readable format.

Author: Judith T. Sowder

Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English

ISBN: UOM:39076002626005

Category: Mathematics

Page: 219

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An excellent eye-opener that brings research to K-12 mathematics teachers in an easy-to-use, readable format. Features 29 research articles from the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education rewritten specifically to reach the teacher audience.
Categories: Mathematics

Schoolwide Prevention Models

Schoolwide Prevention Models

Showcasing evidence-based models for schoolwide prevention of reading and behavior problems, this book is highly informative, practical, and grounded in research.

Author: Charles R. Greenwood

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781593858391

Category: Psychology

Page: 296

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Showcasing evidence-based models for schoolwide prevention of reading and behavior problems, this book is highly informative, practical, and grounded in research. Chapters first identify the core features of effective three-tier prevention models and explain their role within a response-to-intervention framework. In-depth case studies then illustrate the experience of implementing distinct models (targeting reading problems, behavior problems, or both) in actual schools across the country. The cases yield vital insights into the process of choosing the right prevention model for a particular school; coordinating faculty teams and building their skills; and conducting universal screening, progress monitoring, and data-based decision making to improve student outcomes.
Categories: Psychology

Lessons Learned from Years of Homeschooling

Lessons Learned from Years of Homeschooling

After nearly a quarter century of homeschooling her children, Andrea Schwartz has experienced both the accomplishments and challenges that come with being a homeschooling mom.

Author: Andrea G. Schwartz

Publisher: Chalcedon Foundation

ISBN: 9781891375248

Category: Religion

Page: 116

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After nearly a quarter century of homeschooling her children, Andrea Schwartz has experienced both the accomplishments and challenges that come with being a homeschooling mom. And, she's passionate about helping you learn her most valuable lessons. Discover the potential rewards of making the world your classroom and God's Word the foundation of everything you teach. Now you can benefit directly from Andrea's years of experience and obtain helpful insights to make your homeschooling adventure God-honoring, effective, and fun.
Categories: Religion

Teaching Struggling Students

Teaching Struggling Students

This book tackles the phenomenon of limited learning on campuses by approaching it from the point of view of the author, an educator who writes about the experience of being, simultaneously, a college student and a college professor.

Author: Laura M. Harrison

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030130121

Category: Education

Page: 121

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This book tackles the phenomenon of limited learning on campuses by approaching it from the point of view of the author, an educator who writes about the experience of being, simultaneously, a college student and a college professor. The author lays out her experience as a student struggling in an introductory linguistics class, framing her struggles as sites ripe for autoethnographic interrogation. Throughout the book, the author melds her personal narratives with the extant research on college student learning, college readiness, and the interconnectedness of affect, intellect, and socio-cultural contexts. This book poses a challenge to the current binary metanarrative that circles the college student learning conundrum, which highlights either the faculty or student perspective, and unfolds this unnecessary binary into a rich, nuanced, and polyvocal set of perspectives.
Categories: Education

Measuring Classroom Quality

Measuring Classroom Quality

Author: Promjawan Udommana

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:778907759

Category: Education, Preschool

Page: 238

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Categories: Education, Preschool

A Baker s Dozen of Lessons Learned from the Teaching Trenches

A Baker s Dozen of Lessons Learned from the Teaching Trenches

This must-read guide is based on the author's most popular staff-development presentation given nation-wide.

Author: Danny Brassell

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 9781425891848

Category: Education

Page: 144

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This must-read guide is based on the author's most popular staff-development presentation given nation-wide. It is filled with practical "tried-and-true" strategies and valuable insights to help teachers maximize their effectiveness in the classroom. Teachers will enjoy and appreciate the insight from Danny's real-life teaching experiences in an urban school setting. 144pp.
Categories: Education

School Ties and Lessons Learned

School Ties and Lessons Learned

It was both empowering of the class and pupil, and integral to the teaching and
learning experience, if I was willing to follow that new and unexpected direction.
Likewise, spotting a class was tired or lethargic, a change in lesson – even ...

Author: Seán McPartlin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781291973204

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Lessons Learned

Lessons Learned

An Army Reporter Turned Jag Lawyer Reflects on the Lessons He's Learned
Thus Far Paul Bouchard. alcohol. The Strip did brisk business. Where there's a
demand, there will be a supply. I liked Lubbock. I started law school at TTU in the
fall ...

Author: Paul Bouchard

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781475937350

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 100

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Paul Bouchard's books includeEnlistment, A Package at Gitmo, The Boy Who Wanted to Be a Man, and the nonfiction workA Catholic Marries a Hindu. Note: The views expressed in Paul Bouchard's books are solely his own and are not affiliated with the United States Army.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Acting Lessons for Teachers

Acting Lessons for Teachers

Discusses different teaching strategies for those in elementary through university levels and the importance of teacher enthusiasm and classroom management.

Author: Robert T. Tauber

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0275992047

Category: Education

Page: 224

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Discusses different teaching strategies for those in elementary through university levels and the importance of teacher enthusiasm and classroom management.
Categories: Education

The Perfect Student

The Perfect Student

The Perfect Student is a book designed to give unique strategies and tips to students that will help them succeed in the classroom.

Author: Jennifer Jordan

Publisher: Ideas Into Books: Westview

ISBN: 1628801697

Category: Education

Page: 202

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The Perfect Student is a book designed to give unique strategies and tips to students that will help them succeed in the classroom.
Categories: Education

More Lessons Learned from Research

More Lessons Learned from Research

This book, along with its forthcoming second volume, enables researchers and teachers to meet on common ground to improve mathematics education for all students.

Author: Edward A. Silver

Publisher:

ISBN: 0873536878

Category: Mathematics

Page: 310

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Categories: Mathematics

It Wasn t in the Lesson Plan

It Wasn t in the Lesson Plan

Learn how important music is in the everyday lives of elementary students. Each of the lessons in the book teaches the instructor new ideas that help transform the lives of her future students.

Author: Anne Tenaglia

Publisher:

ISBN: 1478708662

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 180

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Lesson plans are an essential part of a teacher's day and help to guide the learning process in the classroom. But Anne Tenaglia discovered early on that there were more crucial ways to ensure the success of her students. Most of the time, the more valuable tools were not in the lesson plan at all. It Wasn't in the Lesson Plan takes us into the world of an urban elementary school teacher, introducing the reader to her students, and their trials and tribulations. She discovered early that an advanced degree does not always guarantee that a teacher would be able to help all students succeed. But as much knowledge as she imparted to her students, they returned the favor by instructing their teacher how to make them want to learn. These lessons did not come easy, they were often learned the hard way. Sometimes they had to be learned more than once, but each lesson brought their teacher to a closer understanding of the needs of her students. Read through the pages and laugh at the antics of a student who copes by turning down his hearing aid, or the young man who uses humor to deal with his hard knock life. Beam with pride at students who used lessons learned in reading, writing, and math to take them far. Cry when the mean streets and other catastrophic events prove fatal for children too young to die. Admire the students who, despite all odds, become contributing members of society. Become frustrated with the bureaucracy of a big city school district whose policies sometimes don't make sense. Learn how important music is in the everyday lives of elementary students. Each of the lessons in the book teaches the instructor new ideas that help transform the lives of her future students. And through it all, music, empathy, and respect are interwoven and ever-present in the daily trials and triumphs in Anne Tenaglia's urban classroom.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography