The High School Theatre Teacher s Survival Guide

Richard Brestoff, The Great Acting Teachers and Their Methods (A Smith & Kraus Book); ISBN: 1-57525-012-8. ... Resources “the New Classics” Multicultural Plays and Contemporary Classics: 168 A High School Theatre Teacher's Survival Guide.

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Author: Raina S. Ames

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135873462

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 200

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A reference for high school theatre teachers covering both curricular and extracurricular problems – everything from how to craft a syllabus for a theatre class to what to say to parents about a student's participation in a school play.

First Year Teacher s Survival Guide

Year Teacher's Survival Guide can help new teachers not only survive, but flourish, setting the stage for a ... Elementary, middle, and high school teachers—both new and experienced—can find beneficial information on every page.

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Author: Julia G. Thompson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118429716

Category: Education

Page: 464

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The New Teacher s Survival Guide

EXEMPLAR: GUIDELINES FOR KEEPING A REGISTER Bestwick Park High School - Records Of Attendance These are the responsibility of form teachers and should be available for inspection at any time and be as complete as possible.

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Author: Nathan, Marilyn (Deputy Head, Dr Challoner's High School, Buckinghamshire)

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135357429

Category: Education

Page: 208

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Making the transition from student to newly qualified teacher can be a daunting prospect. Combining theory with practical advice, this book uses case-studies, examples and tips to provide a complete survival guide for the newly qualified teacher.

The Art Teacher s Survival Guide for Secondary Schools

Albert Burr, one of the greatest principals I've ever met, says that we are teaching high school students to become decision makers. ... A number of school districts now include mentoring programs for new teachers.

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Author: Helen D. Hume

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118447031

Category: Education

Page: 336

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An invaluable compendium of 75 creative art projects for art educators and classroom teachers This authoritative, practical, and comprehensive guide offers everything teachers need to know to conduct an effective arts instruction and appreciation program. It meets secondary art teacher's unique needs for creating art lessons that cover everything from the fundamentals to digital media careers for aspiring artists. The book includes ten chapters that provide detailed instructions for both teachers and students, along with creative lesson plans and practical tools such as reproducible handouts, illustrations, and photographs. Includes 75 fun and creative art projects Fully updated to reflect the latest changes in secondary art instruction, including digital media and digital photography Heavily illustrated with photographs and drawings For art teachers, secondary classroom teachers, and homeschoolers, this is the ideal hands-on guide to art instruction for middle school and high school students.

The English Teacher s Survival Guide

If every teacher does this, and many school administrations encourage teachers to do so, a single student may hear a ... They must form new friendships and solve new problems in the more complex, less sheltered world of the high school.

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Author: Mary Lou Brandvik

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470525135

Category: Education

Page: 320

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Previous ed.: West Nyack, N.Y.: Center for Applied Research in Education, c1994.

The Classroom Teacher s Survival Guide

Practical Strategies, Management Techniques and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers Ronald L. Partin ... Of course, this may not be feasible for high school teachers with over a hundred students. • Allow some time the first ...

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Author: Ronald L. Partin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470453643

Category: Education

Page: 384

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An updated edition of the best-selling book for teacher success in the classroom Designed for new and experienced teachers alike, this thoroughly revised and updated edition offers a value-packed, practical source of ready-to-use tips and strategies for meeting the challenges teachers face everyday while organizing and managing a classroom. The third edition includes entirely new sections on teaching English language learners, inquiry-based learning, building positive teacher-student relationships, wrapping up the school year, and much more. The book also features many new forms, pre-written letters, checklists, and reproducibles, along with bonus forms and reproducibles that are available for free download from the web. Includes tools and techniques proven to help teachers succeed in the classroom Contains new sections on teaching English language learners, teacher-student relationships, inquiry-based learning, and more Many handy reproducible forms, handouts, and checklists Includes access to free downloadable bonus material on the web, including pre-written letters, reproducible forms, and worksheets

The New Teacher s Survival Guide to Behaviour

School students might like such teachers but do not respect them. Even good students become demotivated by classroom chaos. Case study Andy was getting on for 40 but he did his best to wear what the high school kids were wearing, ...

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Author: Sue Roffey

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446210345

Category: Education

Page: 160

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This book is about you: you in your new role, you as a complex person with strengths and needs – just like your students. It is about the way you think of yourself as well as the children and young people you teach and how you build the relationships you need to have. You have exactly the same issues as your pupils in many ways – pressure to ‘perform’, issues of control, how to get the maximum amount of satisfaction out of your days, and how to make experiences meaningful and worthwhile. This book has been written so that as a new teacher, you might have the best possible chance of being motivated to stay in education, fully involved and passionate about the difference you can make for your pupils and their future. Here you will find suggestions about ways of being in school that enable you to enjoy the interaction both with the students you teach and also with the colleagues who support you. These include: · getting and maintaining credibility in your new role · putting respect into operation · developing student self-awareness and self-control · being aware of and promoting a positive emotional climate in your classroom · dealing with conflict and confrontation in ways which do not undermine your sense of self and purpose · seeing difficulties as part of the challenge, not the reason to fear coming through the school gates. Sue Roffey is an educational psychologist, consultant, writer and academic specialising in social, emotional and behavioural issues. She is currently Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Western Sydney, Australia, and Honorary Lecturer at University College, London.

The Art Teacher s Survival Guide for Elementary and Middle Schools

Teaching the curriculum of art is an ongoing process. Ideally students learn to look at and create art, expanding familiarity with artists, styles, and cultures throughout the elementary, middle, and high school years.

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Author: Helen D. Hume

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119600190

Category: Education

Page: 336

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The perennial bestseller—now in a new edition Authoritative and practical, this comprehensive guide offers everything a teacher needs to know for conducting an effective art instruction and appreciation program. The Third Edition of The Art Teacher's Survival Guide for Elementary and Middle Schools includes a complete update on public-relations guidelines, and reference material examples. The revised edition also features many new projects, an update on current projects and includes an explanation of the hot topic amongst art educators, Teaching Artistic Behavior (TAB/choice). Choice-based art education is reflected in the authors’ discussion of teaching in mixed-media, ceramics, photography, sculpture, and art history. More than 100 creative art projects, from drawing to digital media Offers teaching tools, tips, and multicultural curriculum resources Includes new material on logical ways to encourage individual and personal solutions to a problem Gives teachers more latitude as to how individuality is suggested in a lesson This is an invaluable compendium for art educators and classroom teachers alike.

The New High School Teacher s Survival Guide

A new teacher needs good tools and good advice to get through it and keep her wits. This book provides both, along with the lesson plans, classroom management, and a heads up about educational fads and school politics.

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Author: Clara Campbell

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1438258941

Category: Education

Page: 152

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The first year of teaching is the hardest. A new teacher needs good tools and good advice to get through it and keep her wits. This book provides both, along with the lesson plans, classroom management, and a heads up about educational fads and school politics. This book is based on experience and will tell you what you need to know to keep from drowning and please all those first year observers. You'll learn what substitutes want and how to include specific reading skills in your lesson plans without compromising the subject matter you're teaching. This book provides all you need to ensure success for both you and your students. Between the pages you'll discover how to quickly build lesson plans and control those unruly students who can turn teaching into a chore. Finally first time teachers can get through that first year with their sanity intact.

The Music Parents Survival Guide

During the summer after junior year at his suburban New York high school, he attended a musicaltheater program at New York University (NYU), where he worked with teachers who introduced him to tension-free singing.

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Author: Amy Nathan

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199837120

Category: Music

Page: 267

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In this candid and detailed book, more than 150 veteran music parents offer advice on walking the music-parenting tightrope, addressing everything from choosing an instrument to choosing a college program, and how to be supportive but not overbearing. Their experiences appear beside those of dozens of music educators and more than forty professional musicians.