Designed for new and experienced teachers alike, this highly accessible resource offers a treasure trove of classroom-tested tips and strategies for solving the everyday problems teachers face.
Thoroughly revised and updated, this third edition includes new sections on English language learners, inquiry-based learning, classroom technology, positive teacher-student relationships, and wrapping up the school year effectively. The book also features the real-world advice and ready-to-use activities that have made previous editions so popular.
Veteran educator Ronald Partin offers valuable guidance for solving even the most daunting classroom challenges:
THE BASIC TEACHER TOOLKIT: Creating a Supportive Learning Environment from Day One . . . Nurturing Positive Student Behavior . . . Time Management and Organization
ESSENTIALS FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING: Creating Successful Lessons . . . Interactive Teaching and Learning Strategies . . . Assessment and Testing Tools
STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE: Building a Learning Community . . . Staying on Top of Your Game? . . . Helpful Resources for Teachers
The third edition also features many new forms, pre-written letters, checklists, and worksheets, many of which are available for free web download.
Praise for The Classroom Teacher's
Survival Guide, Third Edition
"Provides a rich recipe book or, depending on your generation, a drop-down menu of multiple options for teachers to use immediately and with tremendous success." from the foreword by Stephen G. Barkley, executive vice president, Performance Learning Systems, Inc.
"I find that every now and then I need to look at something new to re-energize myself for better planning and more effective teaching; this book does just that."Leila Giesenschlag, elementary teacher, North Carolina
"Expands some of the best features of the earlier editions. . . . I especially like the section on interactive teaching and learning strategies and the chapter on 'Building a Learning Community.' This text is a gem!"Tom McDaniel, senior vice president, Converse College, Spartanburg, South Carolina