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Recruiting and Training Successful Substitute Teachers
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Recruiting and Training Successful Substitute Teachers
Participant's Notebook



August 1998 | 144 pages | Corwin
This book provides workshop participants with copies of all Power Point slides formatted to facilitate note-taking or journaling during the training.
 
Substitute Teaching
Hopes and Concerns

 
 
What Do You Know?
 
Reflections
 
First Impressions Last
 
Bringing Your Self to School
 
When Johnny Won't Sit Down
 
Managing Student Behavior
 
Just What the Teacher Ordered
 
Discovering the Teacher Within
 
Something from Nothing
 
Getting in Flow
 
Let's Go Home
 
Substitute Teacher as Professional Person
 
Final Reflections

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James B. Rowley

James B. Rowley is the James Leary Professor in the School of Education and Allied Professions at the University of Dayton and the executive director of the Institute for Technology-Enhanced Learning. Over the past 20 years, he has focused his scholarship on the training and support of mentors and beginning teachers and has served as an entry-year program consultant and mentor teacher trainer for over 100 school districts. He is also the co-creator of other multimedia training programs, including Recruiting and Training Successful Substitute Teachers (1998), Becoming a Star Urban Teacher (1995), and Mentoring the New Teacher (1994). In... More About Author

Patricia M. Hart

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