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Guide for teachers to keep the fires of learning burning bright year after year No matter how long they've been teaching all teachers need new ideas to keep their classrooms organized, their students engaged and motivated, and their lesson plans sharp. This second edition of the winner of the 2006 Teacher's Choice Award, offers invaluable guidance on major topics such as or Guide for teachers to keep the fires of learning burning bright year after year No matter how long they've been teaching all teachers need new ideas to keep their classrooms organized, their students engaged and motivated, and their lesson plans sharp. This second edition of the winner of the 2006 Teacher's Choice Award, offers invaluable guidance on major topics such as organization, student engagement, assessment, creating great lesson plans, teaching with technology, and classroom management and discipline. Written by two compassionate veteran teachers Contains more than 100 reproducible forms Offers classroom tested organizing tips, lesson plans, and assessments Includes suggestion for motivating students and ideas for motivating parents This is the ultimate guide for teachers who want to maintain their passion for teaching.


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Guide for teachers to keep the fires of learning burning bright year after year No matter how long they've been teaching all teachers need new ideas to keep their classrooms organized, their students engaged and motivated, and their lesson plans sharp. This second edition of the winner of the 2006 Teacher's Choice Award, offers invaluable guidance on major topics such as or Guide for teachers to keep the fires of learning burning bright year after year No matter how long they've been teaching all teachers need new ideas to keep their classrooms organized, their students engaged and motivated, and their lesson plans sharp. This second edition of the winner of the 2006 Teacher's Choice Award, offers invaluable guidance on major topics such as organization, student engagement, assessment, creating great lesson plans, teaching with technology, and classroom management and discipline. Written by two compassionate veteran teachers Contains more than 100 reproducible forms Offers classroom tested organizing tips, lesson plans, and assessments Includes suggestion for motivating students and ideas for motivating parents This is the ultimate guide for teachers who want to maintain their passion for teaching.

24 review for Classrooms That Spark!: Recharge and Revive Your Teaching

  1. 4 out of 5

    Hava

    I will admit that I didn't read the book in its entirety - I read the first chapter in full, and then after that, I would read a page, then skip forward 30 - 40 pages and read another page. Occasionally, I would read through a whole section, and then start skipping again. So you can take all that I say below with a grain of salt. :-) My problem is, I am not a fan of the whole "student-centered learning" trend, and from what I've read about "brain-based research," I'm not a fan of it either. This I will admit that I didn't read the book in its entirety - I read the first chapter in full, and then after that, I would read a page, then skip forward 30 - 40 pages and read another page. Occasionally, I would read through a whole section, and then start skipping again. So you can take all that I say below with a grain of salt. :-) My problem is, I am not a fan of the whole "student-centered learning" trend, and from what I've read about "brain-based research," I'm not a fan of it either. This book is full of references to both (as is most current education literature, to be honest. It's a fad making the rounds). That is the reason for the two-star docking on the rating. But, on the other hand, there was a lot of great info in here about organization, getting ready for school to start, dealing with problem children (and their parents!), etc. I think there was enough good information in here to make it worthwhile to buy and have to refer back to, even with the student-centered learning nonsense in it. And for those of you who are into student-centered learning and brain-based research, then you'll really love this book, so be sure to buy it. :-)

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