The First-Year Teacher: Teaching With Confidence (K-8)
- Publish Date: 1994-09-13
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Karen A. Bosch;Katharine C. Kersey
Every beginning teacher needs a guide, and what better guide than NEA's best-selling book, The First-Year Teacher? Written by experienced teachers and just revised--with 24 brand-new pages of material--this book offers daily step-by-step plans for the critical first four weeks of school. New teachers will also find plenty of tips for communicating with parents, scripts for parent-teacher conferences, time-saving strategies for dealing with mounds of paperwork, solutions to common discipline problems, and activities to acclimate elementary and middle school students to the new classroom. If you're new to teaching or merely new to your school, let The First-Year Teacher be your guide to a confident and successful year and career.
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