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Summer

June 30, 2014

There are three good reasons to be a teacher – June, July, and August.  ~Author Unknown

The unknown author of this quote apparently is not an educator!
As teachers, we know that the summer months are for re-energizing with family and friends, continuing professional development, engaging in book studies, and planning for the next school year.

I am listing some titles that I recommend for professional summer reading.
These books are resources that can help you have a more successful year.
During my summers, I would often reread highlighted chapters and passages, just as a reminder to strengthen good teaching practices.

teachingll Teaching With Love and Logic by Jim Funk, David Fay

Wong the First Days of School by Harry Wong

championTeach Like a Champion by Doug Lemove

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Choice Theory in the Classroom by William Glasser, M.D.

glasserThe Quality School by William Glasser, M.D.

greenlightGreen Light Classrooms by Rich Allen

brooksDrawing with Children by Mona Brookes (Great ideas for developing  visual learning!)

Enjoy your summer!

 

 

 

 

 

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