Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching

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Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching is the go-to book for aspiring teachers who want to learn the truth about teaching from a veteran before they step into the classroom. Author M. W. Richardson provides a no-nonsense overview of the teaching profession in an easy-to-read format that will both enlighten and inspire his readers, helping them to build a foundation for a successful career in education.

Among other things, readers will learn:

• Why common myths about teaching are false
• Character traits that all teachers should have
• How to get a teaching job
• How to prep and organize a classroom
• Why children think the way they do
• How to deal with various types of students
• How built rapport with students and establish a positive class culture
• How to find resources and write lesson plans without wasting time
• How to deliver instruction effectively
• How to handle homework excuses
• Why the teacher evaluation system is broken
• How to work constructively with colleagues, administrators, and parents
• How to live a balanced life as a teacher
• Why teaching is such a great profession

The perfect gift for any aspiring teacher!
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Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching
Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching
Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching
Half-Dead and Smiling: A Realist's Guide to Teaching