Lavern calls his fellow teachers to demand a high level of performance from their students–and to prepare for the high personal cost of building relationships that can encourage this excellence. He insists that we inculcate our students with a never-quit ethos.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Laverne Herr
SERIES: Teachers' Workshops 1996All items in the series:
- Demanding Excellence in Students
- How Can Teachers and Administrators Involve Parents?
- Involving Homeschool Students
- Making a Discipline System Work
- An Overview of the Quality of Mennonite Education
- The Parents' Expectation of the School
- The Role of the Home in Success at School
- Slow Learners
- Standardized Tests
- Striving for Excellence
- The Teacher: An Example of Excellence in Goals and Methods
- Teacher Apprenticing