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by Mary Kitagawa,Mary M. Kitagawa

eBook Enter Teaching!: The Essential Guide for Teachers New to Grades 3-6 epub
  • ISBN: 0325002916
  • Author: Mary Kitagawa,Mary M. Kitagawa
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann; 1 edition (July 26, 2000)
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • ePUB size: 1320 kb
  • FB2 size 1837 kb
  • Formats lit rtf docx lrf


Enter Teaching! book. According to Mary Kitagawa, teachers direct the most fluid of dramas, but the best teachers do so not from the wings, but by joining their students as fellow cast-members

Enter Teaching! book. According to Mary Kitagawa, teachers direct the most fluid of dramas, but the best teachers do so not from the wings, but by joining their students as fellow cast-members. The teacher's role is to undergird the creative action with structures that are strong but unobtrusive - structures like the ones described in this book: cospectator annotations in the margins of journals, portmanteau concepts that carry extra weight in math, and "communities of .

The Essential Guide for Teachers New to Grades 3-6. by Mary M. Kitagawa. But if you're new to the profession, new to the school, or new to a certain grade level, making choices like these feels like stepping out on stage in an unscripted play

The Essential Guide for Teachers New to Grades 3-6. But if you're new to the profession, new to the school, or new to a certain grade level, making choices like these feels like stepping out on stage in an unscripted play.

This essential guide for new teachers covers everything from supplies, fire drills, and procedures to specific instructional strategies, curriculum design, and assessment. Paperback, Heinemann, 2000, ISBN13 9780325002910, ISBN10 0325002916. Heinemann Educational Books.

Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2000. This article reports on the initial findings of an ongoing study that will see six preservice teachers placed in a nontraditional practicum placement as part of their bachelor of education program. Reported here is the examination of emergent professionalism of the initial two preservice teachers during their nontraditional practicum placement on a housing construction site.

The Scholastic Teaching Strategies series has been a reliable, easy-to-use and implement set of books for new and experienced teachers wanting to make changes in their classrooms

The Scholastic Teaching Strategies series has been a reliable, easy-to-use and implement set of books for new and experienced teachers wanting to make changes in their classrooms. As an upper elementary Title I teacher, I'm always on the lookout for making my teaching of reading for struggling readers more effective. There doesn't seem to be much new information out there working with this population.

According to Mary Kitagawa, teachers direct the most fluid of dramas, but the best teachers do so not from the wings, but by joining their students as fellow cast-members

According to Mary Kitagawa, teachers direct the most fluid of dramas, but the best teachers do so not from the wings, but by joining their students as fellow cast-members.

Mary Kitagawa (nee Murakami; born 1935) OBC is a Canadian educator. As a Japanese-Canadian growing up in British Columbia, her family was placed in various Japanese Internment Camps during World War II. After the war, she accepted a position in Kitsilano and was later awarded an honorary degree from the University of British Columbia. Kitagawa was born and raised in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia to a family of five.

Compose Yourself! lays out everything a teacher needs for teaching the art of clear, complete and well-organized writing in the content areas. Professional Books: ELAR 6-12. Important Dates Lindemann Classic Books Classic Literature Classic Movies.

Mary M. Kitagawa, author of Enter Teaching!: The Essential Guide for Teachers New to Grades 3-6, on LibraryThing. Mary M. Kitagawa is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Kitagawa is composed of 1 name.

This book teaches children ten important life lessons about values and the importance of treating everyone equal, no matter what race, religion, gender, or abilities.

Who needs a guesstimate of the number of pencils and paperclips to order, a game plan for literature circles, more ways to do science assessments, and a fresh perspective on a difficult behavior problem? All teachers do. But if you're new to the profession, new to the school, or new to a certain grade level, making choices like these feels like stepping out on stage in an unscripted play.Enter Teaching! provides no lines to memorize, just another player's ad-libbing to facilitate the creation of a new role.

According to Mary Kitagawa, teachers direct the most fluid of dramas, but the best teachers do so not from the wings, but by joining their students as fellow cast-members. The teacher's role is to undergird the creative action with structures that are strong but unobtrusive - structures like the ones described in this book: cospectator annotations in the margins of journals, portmanteau concepts that carry extra weight in math, and "communities of T.R.U.S.T."

Covering everything from supplies, fire drills, materials, and procedures to community building, specific instructional strategies, curriculum design, assessment, and professional growth,Enter Teaching! couldn't be more explicit. It reflects what Mary has learned in her thirty-five years of teaching and offers advice on what has worked for her as well as suggestions for preventing some of her flops. But most of all,Enter Teaching! is about finding the latitude to make classroom-based decisions and learning to trust your instincts, observations, and reflections. As Mary herself states, "When advice doesn't make sense, including what you read in this book, return to your classroom and trust what you see. No book can be a mentor . . . and this is advice to which you have absolutely no obligation."

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