Descriptions The Eleven Commandments of Good Teaching
This book presents advice, in the form of 11 commandments, on how new and veteran teachers can achieve a classroom environment that promotes exemplary teaching and learning. The advice is designed to help teachers: focus on why they became teachers in the first place; see their students as unique individuals; ask for help from the principal or school support staff; pick battles with care; and use common sense. The 11 commandments are: (1) “Thou Shalt Have a Calling To Teach; (2) “Thou Shalt Demonstrate and Project the Joy of Learning”; (3) “Thou Shalt Keep Your Eyes on the Prize”; (4) “Thou Shalt Be Organized and Accountable”; (5) “Thou Shalt Ask and Ye May Receive”; (6) “Thou Shalt Be Fair and Prepared”; (7) “Thou Shalt Use Some Common Sense”; (8) “Thou Shalt Be Open-Minded and Flexible”; (9) “Thou Shalt Not Work in Fear”; (10) “Thou Shalt Raise Your Expectations”; and (11) “Thou Shalt Keep Things in Perspective.” (SM)
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