How to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom

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How to Thrive and Survive in Your Classroom

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Length: 216 pages2 hours


It's an honorable profession……but teaching has many challenges.
Do you know how to create the ideal classroom?
Now, more than ever, keeping and holding the attention of students is a challenge. Lots of people give up and leave the profession. How do we get the kids respect and make them want to learn?
The daily struggles can ruin the joy of teaching. And there isn't enough time in the day to cover everything. 
With this book learn the essentials that will change your teaching life:
Motivate Students
Eliminate Misbehaviors
Learn the Secrets to Individualized Instructions
Setting and Achieving Goals
Most Effective way to Assess Students
There are many more crucial ideas to turn the job you have into the job you always dreamed of when you decided to go into teaching.
You'll love this book because of the depth of brilliant ideas to change your classroom.
Get it now.

Your words and website have been a wonderful blessing  for myself and coworkers to keep our heads up and hearts in the right places these last two years as we experience more demands with less resources and support.  Thank you for being part of the reason I didn't give up on teaching last year.
Elissa Nelson3rd grade, 
Villa De Paz Elementary School Phoenix, Arizona USA
THANK YOU! THANK YOU! This is fantastic. You're making my life as educator and leadership coordinator so much easier. Without your shared knowledge my nights would have been VERY short. I'm at a loss for words to really express how grateful I am.  Your contribution towards education is enormous. We are very fortunate to have you in our busy lives. Yes, it is as if Marjan Glavac, with all the answers to our problems and the most fantastic ideas to make education interesting, is a personal friend right here in the next room. Your shared knowledge is much appreciated. You are making a difference in education.
Antoinette de Bruin Instructional Leadership Coordinator in the United Arab Emirates with the Madres Al Ghad program
About the Authors
Marjan Glavac Marjan is a retired classroom teacher with 29 years teaching experience. He has taught students from the inner city, students with emotional/behavioral disorders, ESL, and IEP students. 
He is recipient of the following teacher awards:
The Roberta Bondar (first Canadian female astronaut) Award for Science and Technology.
The NORTEL National Institute Award for Excellence in Teaching.
The Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics, Science and Technology.
The Roy C. Hill Award for Educational Innovation.
Paul JacksonPaul retired in 1998 after a teaching career including 20 years as a classroom teacher and 12 years as an Elementary School Principal.
Paul's interest in the teaching/learning process led him to share his love of learning through teacher-focused workshops both locally and internationally. Among his topics: Stress Management – A Personal Look; A Little R and R for the Soul – Reflection and Reflection; Burners and Blisters Go Together – When Helping Hurts (Enabling); Your Dreams Can Come True; It Can Happen to You. His philosophy of "Helping people help themselves" revolves around the concept that "without reflection, experience is not cumulative".
Paul recognized that in order to have an impact as a Principal on each and every one of the students in the school he must have an impact on the teachers. To attain that goal he devoted himself to training school administrators in the supervision and evaluation process.

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