Your Personal Mentoring & Planning Guide for the First 60 Days of Teaching, Volume 1
Beginnings are extremely important. In truth, the seeds of success or failure for a teacher are sown in the first 60 days of the school year. If the teacher is new to the profession, the first 60 days may even make or break his or her career. This is also the perfect tool for mentor teachers to use with their new mentees.
This guide delivers 19 concise writings packed with powerful and specific advice that can be absorbed quickly, along with a personal journal that serves teachers well not only during their first year but for every school year throughout their career.
The First Seven Seconds Of The First Day
An Eight-Step Plan For The First Day
Your Three Most Important Decisions
Five Winning Stances For The Entire Year
You Must Teach To Get Results
Teacher Behaviors That Telegraph Expectations
What Can Students Expect From You?
The One Rule You Need
Nine Proven Motivators That Really Work
Ten Ongoing Ways To Motivate Students To Enhance Performance
Before You Can Discipline
Counseling Student Attitudes: Do’s & Don’ts
Eleven Common-Sense Guidelines For Homework
Three Techniques For Listening Can Make You A Better Teacher
Parent Conferences Have Four Objectives
If You Want To Wow Parents
When, What, How, And Where To Tell Parents
Ten Actions For Making The Most Of Parent Night
Actual Notes You Can Send Home...To Parents
If You Want To Love Your Job
Each of the lessons in this guide offers powerful and specific advice that can be absorbed quickly and implemented immediately. This is one book you’ll want all your teachers to have!