4 edition of The Ten Students You"ll Meet in Your Classroom found in the catalog.
June 21, 2007
by Corwin Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||160|
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This book did introduce very well the "10 students you'll meet in your classroom", however, the subtitle part, "classroom management tips for middle and high school teachers", wasnt addressed beyond what a teacher picks up in teacher college.
Example; Set down your rules, expectations, policies, at the beginning of the year/5(16). The Ten Students You’ll Meet in Your Classroom: Classroom Management The Ten Students Youll Meet in Your Classroom book for Middle and High School Students, Corwin Press,pages.
ISBN (pbk) To reach even the most challenging students, this book offers ten student archetypes to help teachers understand and work with learners who exhibit certain kinds of behaviors. In this book, teachers will encounter 10 student archetypes developed by Vicki Gill as a way to understand student behavior.
Though students never fall neatly into one category, Gill has included classroom management tips for working with students who exhibit these types of behaviors in your classroom/5(3).
In this book, teachers will encounter 10 student archetypes developed by Vicki Gill as a way to understand student behavior. Though students never fall neatly into one category, Gill has included classroom management tips for working with students who exhibit these types of behaviors in your classroom.
The Ten Students You'll Meet in Your Classroom: Classroom Management Tips for Middle and High School Teachers / Edition 1 available in Hardcover, Paperback, NOOK Book Read an excerpt of this book.
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[Vickie Gill] -- In this book, teachers will encounter 10 student archetypes developed by Vicki Gill as a way to understand student behavior.
Though students never fall neatly into one category, Gill has included. The Ten Students You'll Meet in Your Classroom Classroom Management Tips for Middle and High School Teachers by Vickie Gill.
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This book hits home by focusing interaction with students on a cultural level within each language group, and then takes it a step further with ideas for parental communication. A must-have for teachers trying to break down communication barriers.". - A great teacher is one that understands learning is never over.
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We love our teachers as they can make a big difference in our lives. But here are a few teachers you'll probably never want to meet. Follow me on Instagram. This handy reference guide to the ten most common languages of students who do not speak English - Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Arabic, Tagalog, Haitian Creole, Navajo, Hmong, Cantonese, and Korean - offers practical guidance for communicating with ELL students and their families.
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This list is of course very incomplete and it reflects my personal tastes and interests. Leadership for Learning. by Carl D. Glickman. Table of Contents. Chapter 1. Looking at Classroom Teaching and Learning. Look around. Listen to the noisy swarm of students become suddenly quiet as students and teachers move into classrooms and doors close.
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