Every successful teacher has personal and private habits and practices. These may vary but they stand behind and before success in the classroom. Important questions to be explored are: What are these habits and practices? How can one adopt, internalize, and make such habits and practices a part of daily life?
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CONTRIBUTOR: Melvin Lehman
SERIES: Teachers Week 2019All items in the series:
- 3 Components for a Successful Reading Class
- Astronomical Adventure
- Becoming an Effective Teacher: Developing Proper Relationships
- Becoming an Effective Teacher: Fulfilling the Expectations
- Becoming an Effective Teacher: Managing the Demands
- Becoming an Effective Teacher: Understanding Your Role
- Building Writing Skills
- Classroom Accomodations: When And How?
- Dyslexia: Signs, Symptoms, and Solutions
- Healthy Personal Discipline for Teachers
- Laying a Solid Preschool Foundation
- Love for the Challenging Student
- Making the Pen Mightier than the Sword
- Selling the Church
- Signposts for the Journey
- Strengthening the School
- Supporting the Parents
- Teaching Fictional Elements in the Reading Class
- Teaching High School History
- Teaching Out of Who You Are: Avoiding Pitfalls as You Build on Your Strengths
- Texts for Teachers: I Will Build My Church
- Texts for Teachers: The Fear of the Lord Is the Beginning of Wisdom
- Texts for Teachers: The Lord Is One, The Earth Is the Lord's
- Texts for Teachers: You Shall Love the Lord, You Shall Love Your Neighbor
- The Hills and Valleys
- Trauma: How Can I Teach This Child?
- Trauma: What Has It Done To My Student's Brain?
- Why Teach Pilgrim's Progress