The coverage is complete, ranging from finding a mentor to working with parents. The book is meant to be short and sweet, and it is."
—Lori L. Grossman, Instructional Coordinator
Houston Independent School District, TX
"Describes ten basic, practical tenets for finding one's way in the classroom. The book makes a distinct contribution by presenting the ten tenets in a very brief, readable format."
—Mary Alice Barksdale, Associate Professor
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
"This book contains an introduction to key, practical tips for teaching success."
—Rodger J. Beatty, Associate Dean, Faculty of Education
Help ensure your teaching success with these powerful professional tools!
What kind of professional support is most critical for getting new teachers off to a good start in the classroom? How can veteran teachers elevate and energize their instructional techniques? In this second edition of Ten Things Teachers Need to Succeed, international educator Robin Fogarty distills a wealth of teaching and consulting experience into ten high-impact strategies to help novice and experienced instructors succeed and thrive.
Updated throughout, this easy-to-use resource recommends ways to connect with a mentor and offers readings, related film clips, discussion questions, and action steps for successful:
- Curriculum and lesson design
- Assessment and rubrics construction
- Discipline and classroom management
- Communication with parents, and more
This guidebook's unique format also makes it an ideal professional development tool to help teams of new and experienced teachers grow together by discussing and applying one chapter each month.