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Making your first year a success : the secondary teacher's survival guide, by Robert Wyatt III and J. Elaine White

Label
Making your first year a success : the secondary teacher's survival guide
Title
Making your first year a success
Title remainder
the secondary teacher's survival guide
Statement of responsibility
by Robert Wyatt III and J. Elaine White
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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1940-
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Wyatt, Robert Lee
Dewey number
373.11
Index
no index present
LC call number
LB2844.1.N4
LC item number
W93 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • bibliography
  • handbooks
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White, J. Elaine
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • First year teachers
  • High school teachers
  • High school teaching
Label
Making your first year a success : the secondary teacher's survival guide, by Robert Wyatt III and J. Elaine White
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-120)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Surviving in School -- Your Own Classroom -- Looking At and Setting Up Your New Environment -- Learning School Policy and Procedures -- Creating an Inviting Environment by Attitude and Demeanor -- Welcoming Students -- Another Scenario -- Making Space Inviting -- Show Students' Work -- Display Learning Materials -- Shared Rooms and Shared Display Areas -- Getting to Know Your Colleagues -- Getting to Know Your Mentor -- Getting to Know Other Staff Members -- Discovering the "Thou Shalt/Thou Shalt Nots" -- Listening Carefully and Observing Closely -- Finding Your Niche -- 2. Surviving Requires Working Well With Students -- Examining Postmodernism in Thinking About Students -- Recognizing Different Types of Students -- "At-Risk" Students Need Attention -- Employed Students Have Special Needs -- The Studious Need Help -- Popular Students are "At Risk" -- The New "At-Risk" Student -- Teaching Special Needs Students -- Special Needs Students on Field Trips -- Special Needs Students Provide Unique Challenges -- Welcoming Students With Limited English Proficiency (LEP) -- Cooperative Learning and Individualized Lessons -- Where Do You Start? -- Establishing Mutual Trust -- Journals Reveal Warm Thoughts -- Let Students Know They Can Succeed -- 3. Surviving Requires Good Classroom Management -- Designing Classroom Management -- Talk to Other Teachers -- Think About What You Want to Happen Daily in Your Classroom -- Collect Homework at the Beginning of Class -- Determine What You Will Not Tolerate -- Be Aware of Consequences Punishing You as Well as the Student -- Is Detention an Option? -- Talk With Parents -- Don't Take Behavior Problems Personally -- Devise a Method for Documentation -- Further Record Keeping -- Be Aware of Confidentiality Requirements -- How to Handle an Eligibility List -- Should Students Mark Each Other's Papers? -- Positive Ways to Make Your Classroom Management Plan Work -- Rewarding Good Behavior -- Encouraging Self-Discipline -- Dealing With Possible Violence -- 4. Surviving Includes Good Lesson Plans -- Creating a Master Plan -- Writing Lesson Objectives -- Bloom's Taxonomy -- Cognitive Domain: Knowledge Level -- Cognitive Domain: Comprehension Level -- Cognitive Domain: Application Level -- Cognitive Domain: Analysis Level -- Cognitive Domain: Synthesis Level -- Cognitive Domain: Evaluation Level -- Affective Domain -- Psychomotor Domain -- Gardner's Multiple Intelligences -- Verbal/Linguistic -- Logical/Mathematical -- Visual/Spatial -- Bodily/Kinesthetic -- Musical/Rhythmic -- Naturalistic -- Existential -- Interpersonal -- Intrapersonal -- The Lesson Plan Format -- Finding Your Own Format -- 5. Making Assessment Work -- Standardization in Assessment -- Understanding Two Kinds of Assessment -- Using Summative Evaluations -- Overcoming Apathy -- Making Lessons Authentic and Using Alternative Assessment -- Using Portfolios as an Alternative Assessment -- Using Direct Assessment -- Making a Rubric Work for Assessment -- Using Peer Judgments -- So What About Assessment? -- 6. Making Technology Work for Enhanced Learning -- Students Become Actively Involved -- Students May Ask Questions -- Global Connections -- Cooperative Efforts in the Classroom -- The Computer as a Teaching Tool -- How Does a New Teacher Get Involved? -- Computer Software -- Television, Videos, and Audio Tapes -- Word Processing -- Overhead Transparencies -- Technological Changes -- 7. Making Parent Communication Work -- Making Time for Communication -- Plan for Positive Communication -- Making Yourself Available -- Making Parent and Teacher Expectations Mesh -- Making Parent-Teacher Conferences Pleasant -- Making the Best of a Bad Situation -- Making Telephone Conferences Effective -- Making Parents Aware of Failing Grades -- Making Students and Parents Responsible -- Making Parent Communication a Positive Experience -- 8. Making Yourself a Professional -- Developing the Attitude of a Professional -- An Attitude of Hope -- Acting as a Professional -- Attending to Extra Duty -- Avoiding Compromising Situations -- Responding to Student Telephone Calls and Notes -- Living in a "Glass House" -- Accepting the Challenge of Lifelong Learning -- Associating with Professionals -- Allowing Time for Professional Growth
Control code
47254154
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 120 pages
Isbn
9780761978565
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001003983
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
Making your first year a success : the secondary teacher's survival guide, by Robert Wyatt III and J. Elaine White
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-120)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. Surviving in School -- Your Own Classroom -- Looking At and Setting Up Your New Environment -- Learning School Policy and Procedures -- Creating an Inviting Environment by Attitude and Demeanor -- Welcoming Students -- Another Scenario -- Making Space Inviting -- Show Students' Work -- Display Learning Materials -- Shared Rooms and Shared Display Areas -- Getting to Know Your Colleagues -- Getting to Know Your Mentor -- Getting to Know Other Staff Members -- Discovering the "Thou Shalt/Thou Shalt Nots" -- Listening Carefully and Observing Closely -- Finding Your Niche -- 2. Surviving Requires Working Well With Students -- Examining Postmodernism in Thinking About Students -- Recognizing Different Types of Students -- "At-Risk" Students Need Attention -- Employed Students Have Special Needs -- The Studious Need Help -- Popular Students are "At Risk" -- The New "At-Risk" Student -- Teaching Special Needs Students -- Special Needs Students on Field Trips -- Special Needs Students Provide Unique Challenges -- Welcoming Students With Limited English Proficiency (LEP) -- Cooperative Learning and Individualized Lessons -- Where Do You Start? -- Establishing Mutual Trust -- Journals Reveal Warm Thoughts -- Let Students Know They Can Succeed -- 3. Surviving Requires Good Classroom Management -- Designing Classroom Management -- Talk to Other Teachers -- Think About What You Want to Happen Daily in Your Classroom -- Collect Homework at the Beginning of Class -- Determine What You Will Not Tolerate -- Be Aware of Consequences Punishing You as Well as the Student -- Is Detention an Option? -- Talk With Parents -- Don't Take Behavior Problems Personally -- Devise a Method for Documentation -- Further Record Keeping -- Be Aware of Confidentiality Requirements -- How to Handle an Eligibility List -- Should Students Mark Each Other's Papers? -- Positive Ways to Make Your Classroom Management Plan Work -- Rewarding Good Behavior -- Encouraging Self-Discipline -- Dealing With Possible Violence -- 4. Surviving Includes Good Lesson Plans -- Creating a Master Plan -- Writing Lesson Objectives -- Bloom's Taxonomy -- Cognitive Domain: Knowledge Level -- Cognitive Domain: Comprehension Level -- Cognitive Domain: Application Level -- Cognitive Domain: Analysis Level -- Cognitive Domain: Synthesis Level -- Cognitive Domain: Evaluation Level -- Affective Domain -- Psychomotor Domain -- Gardner's Multiple Intelligences -- Verbal/Linguistic -- Logical/Mathematical -- Visual/Spatial -- Bodily/Kinesthetic -- Musical/Rhythmic -- Naturalistic -- Existential -- Interpersonal -- Intrapersonal -- The Lesson Plan Format -- Finding Your Own Format -- 5. Making Assessment Work -- Standardization in Assessment -- Understanding Two Kinds of Assessment -- Using Summative Evaluations -- Overcoming Apathy -- Making Lessons Authentic and Using Alternative Assessment -- Using Portfolios as an Alternative Assessment -- Using Direct Assessment -- Making a Rubric Work for Assessment -- Using Peer Judgments -- So What About Assessment? -- 6. Making Technology Work for Enhanced Learning -- Students Become Actively Involved -- Students May Ask Questions -- Global Connections -- Cooperative Efforts in the Classroom -- The Computer as a Teaching Tool -- How Does a New Teacher Get Involved? -- Computer Software -- Television, Videos, and Audio Tapes -- Word Processing -- Overhead Transparencies -- Technological Changes -- 7. Making Parent Communication Work -- Making Time for Communication -- Plan for Positive Communication -- Making Yourself Available -- Making Parent and Teacher Expectations Mesh -- Making Parent-Teacher Conferences Pleasant -- Making the Best of a Bad Situation -- Making Telephone Conferences Effective -- Making Parents Aware of Failing Grades -- Making Students and Parents Responsible -- Making Parent Communication a Positive Experience -- 8. Making Yourself a Professional -- Developing the Attitude of a Professional -- An Attitude of Hope -- Acting as a Professional -- Attending to Extra Duty -- Avoiding Compromising Situations -- Responding to Student Telephone Calls and Notes -- Living in a "Glass House" -- Accepting the Challenge of Lifelong Learning -- Associating with Professionals -- Allowing Time for Professional Growth
Control code
47254154
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xii, 120 pages
Isbn
9780761978565
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2001003983
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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