If it ever feels like teaching is just too much hard work, here's a guide that helps you develop a more fluid and automatic way to respond to students and deliver great teaching experiences every time. Using a short set of basic principles and classroom examples that promote reflection, the author explains how to develop a master teacher mindset that ensures you always know the right questions that lead students to deeper thinking, increased motivation, and more ownership of learning, anticipate which areas of a lesson might give students trouble and correct misconceptions before they cause learning problems, use effective feedback to show students what they still need to do to reach an objective, and organize your teaching knowledge into meaningful patterns that become the basis for your core teaching approach. Find out where you are on your own journey to becoming a master teacher, which steps you need to take to apply the principles of great teaching to your own practice, and how to advance to the next stage of your professional development. Lots of classroom tips, problem-solving advice, and tools to help you begin practicing the book's principles in your classroom right away.
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