Description - Time-Saving Tips for Teachers by Joanne C. Wachter Ghio
'This is a must-read for teachers who coach, serve on committees, have families, or do all of the above. New teachers will find that it makes that first year less overwhelming. The time spent to read this book will be recovered many times over. The reproducible pages are an invaluable resource' - Francis M McCullin, Mathematics Instructor, Westminster West Middle School, Maryland The Second Edition is packed with even more practical, tested ideas and resources to help you "contain" your job and still maintain high standards! The format lets you browse through the chapters and apply the ideas that fit your immediate needs and style. The Second Edition now includes over 60 reproducible forms that you can use right away, covering student and parent information, reading and writing coaches, homework, standards for assignments, and supplies, just to name a few. New tips include portfolios, substitute teachers, e-mail, handheld computers, and the Internet.
Chapters provide ideas on how to save time without diminishing quality by: ] communicating effectively-but briefly ] managing materials ] planning the week ahead ] learning to say "No" ] using the Internet to save time ] working with substitutes and volunteers ] creating a filing system that saves time ] avoiding distractions ] treating yourself as a professional
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Author Biography - Joanne C. Wachter Ghio
Joanne C. Wachter is a writer and consultant with expertise in education. Her teaching experience includes elementary school and middle school stints as a classroom teacher and language arts supervisor. Clare Carhart brings time management expertise to this book from her stints as a high school math teacher and as a community college educator.