about becoming a teacher
- William Ayers.
- New York, NY : Teachers College Press, 
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- x, 85 pages ; 21 cm.
- School : questions
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- Ayers, William, 1944- author.
- Singing in dark times: a series introduction
- Should I become a teacher?
- What practical steps can I take right now to prepare for a life in teaching?
- How can I get to know my students?
- How do I create an outstanding learning environment?
- What is my role in curriculum-making?
- What is my part in student assessment in an era of high-stakes, standardized testing?
- How can I create some productive classroom arrangements and a bit of positive forward motion with a group of energetic (or disruptive!) kids?
- How do I work with parents (and with colleagues/administrators)?
- How should I develop my own unique teaching signature?
- What commitments should I bring with me into the classroom?
- Afterword: the first day of school has arrived!
- Ready . . . set . . . teach!.
Education activist William Ayers invites new and prospective teachers to consider the deepest dimensions of a life in teaching. This indispensable guide features hands-on advice and concrete examples of classroom practice, including curriculum-making, building relationships with students and parents, fostering an effective learning environment, and teaching toward freedom.
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- becoming a teacher
- 9780807761496 (pbk. : alk. paper)
- 9780807777886 (ebook)
- 9780807761670 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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