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A Child in the Principal's Office



October 1995 | 152 pages | Corwin
Quoting cases from his teaching experience, the author of this innovative guide demonstrates how humour can be used effectively in teaching. Richard Lodish believes that schools can become more successful if they incorporate more laughter into serious learning, arguing that this will improve children's learning.

Judy Woodruff and Albert R Hunt
Foreword
 
Introduction
 
SEPTEMBER
 
Richard's Inability to Mature
 
A Lodish Hit
 
Debunking the Either/Or Myth
 
OCTOBER
 
Parents and Teachers
Good but Not Perfect

 
 
The Sad Results of Broken Ties
 
It All Looks So Easy
 
NOVEMBER
 
A Principal Buys a Dog
 
That Big or Too Tough
 
Be a Mensch
 
DECEMBER
 
Worry, Be Happy Teachers
 
The Scarsdale Schoolroom
 
You Don't Eat Jell-O with a Straw
 
JANUARY
 
New Year Warranties
 
Oil of Delay
 
A World of Difference
 
FEBRUARY
 
Heads and Shoulders
 
Shoulder Pads
 
MARCH
 
More Dignity for Teachers in Film, Please
 
Growing Young
 
APRIL
 
April Fools
 
Spring Cleaning
 
Mr Policeman Sir Has Style
 
MAY
 
Casting for Kids
 
Correcting Educational Presbyopia
 
JUNE
 
Educational Elisions
 
Nostalgia
 
JULY
 
Fit to Be Tied
 
Tennis Rules
 
If the Shoe Fits
A Cultural Experience

 
 
AUGUST
 
Crowds Aren't My Bag
 
Too Many Choices
 
The Last Transition

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ISBN: 9780803963825
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