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The 21 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make

The 21 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make

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The 21 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make

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46 pagine
29 minuti
Pubblicato:
Mar 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781370391462
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In short bursts of insight and recommendations, The 40 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make covers the essentials of the art and science of teaching. Successful teachers know their "Big Picture" - their values, visions, purpose, aspirations, and teaching philosophy. Successful teachers also know their "Little Picture" - the small behaviors and habits that turn values and visions into concrete actions.

The "40 Decisions" series for educators:
•The 40 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make
•The 40 Decisions Every School Principal Must Make
•The 40 Decisions Every Pre-School Teacher Must Make

Use this Big to Little and Little to Big Workbook to reboot, recharge, and remember why you do what you do and how to become even more successful in your profession.

John Steinberg, Ph.D., is the author of more than 50 books about education, learning, leadership, values, and communication in Swedish and English. John's "workbook" format encourages the reader to reflect, act, and then share insights will colleagues.
Areas of interest:
Issues of interest:
What good teachers do well.
How to become an even better teacher.
How to teach teachers to teach and trainers to train.
How to improve leadership in the classroom and classroom management.
How to enhance learning in the classroom.
The purpose of teaching and knowing why you do what you do.
Personal development for teachers.
School development.
Alternative learning strategies.
Alternative schooling.

Pubblicato:
Mar 20, 2020
ISBN:
9781370391462
Formato:
Libro

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How to become an even better teacher, leader or communicator.How to teach teachers to teach and trainers to train.How to improve leadership in schools and businesses.How to enhance learning in the classroom and at work.The purpose of teaching and leading and knowing your purpose.Personal development for teachers principals/headmasters/managers.School and organizational development.Alternative learning strategies.Alternative schooling.I have a passion for pedagogy... Teaching is an art, science and political statement, at least if you are trying to save and improve democracy. Knowledge is the key. Understanding how you are influenced and influenced others is crucial.I am an educational psychologist, Ph.D. and the author of 53 books and 20 e-books. My books and interests include: education, teaching, leadership, values education, classroom management, communication - and now even e-book publication. I was born in the USA, but have lived in Sweden all my adult life where I have worked at Örebro university, as an elementary school principal and run my own education and publishing company since 1984.My life theme is empowerment and as I usually say "I train trainers to be trainers and teachers to be teachers, and leaders to lead." My main passion is for learning and how to help individuals and groups learn. I do lectures in both English and Swedish. www.steinberg.se is my Swedish website. Yes, there is an English section too.I am in the process of producing a series of short books for educators, leaders, trainers and communicators.

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The 21 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make - John Steinberg

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© 2020, John Steinberg

steinberg.se/english

john(at)steinberg.se

The 40 Decisions series for educators:

The 40 Decisions Every Teacher Must Make

The 40 Decisions Every Principal Must Make

The 40 Decisions Every Pre-School Teacher Must Make

John Steinberg, Ph.D., is the author of more than 50 books about

education, learning, leadership, values, and communication in

Swedish and English. John's workbook format encourages

the reader to reflect, act, and then share insights will colleagues. 

Welcome to this Big picture – Little picture workbook for teachers.

The Big Picture is about your values, visions, purpose, aspirations, and the philosophy of your life and your teaching.

The Little Picture is about the small behaviors, habits, decisions, and priorities you make to turn your values and visions into concrete actions.

The most successful leaders, teachers, public speakers, authors, politicians, business owners, athletes, musicians, customer care personnel, scientists, coaches, computer technicians, salespersons, and repairmen and women move up and down on the scale of Big to Little and Little to Big. For example, the athletic coach asks about the athlete's goals and aspirations, but at the same time points out the small details of how to change his or her mental state or that angle of the athlete's ankle in the starting block. The repairman or woman or retail shop assistant must know the Little - how to search for and fix the problems or know the merchandise and locations of items. Both need to understand the Bigger concepts of customer service, customer satisfaction, and business profit.

Think of an orange. The Little: The skin, pits, juice, white threads, vitamins, and molecules. Those are the details. The Big: An orange represents citrus fruits, countries where it is grown, health, or perhaps reminds you of a holiday, an event, or a person. The Big is something more significant than the parts; it's value and meaning.

Your computer has hundreds of small parts but represents communication and information. The chair you are sitting on is composed of cloth, plastic, and metal but can represent meetings work or relaxation. The book of books, The Bible, is a perfect example of Big and Little thinking – life lessons built around specific stories, metaphors, and events. Most good novelists write with

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