Extraordinary Teachers by Fred Stephenson Jr

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Dr. Fred J. Stephenson recognized the growing dissatisfaction with America's schools and decided he had a remedy. So he asked master teachers - all of whom had won the University Of Georgia's Josiah Meigs Award for Excellence In Teaching - to share their thoughts on the profession of education. The result is Extraordinary Teachers. Within these pages, exceptional teachers write about everything from helping students find joy in learning to using humor in the classroom. Anyone with an interest in education will find this book an inspiring, must-read look at excellence in teaching.
 

About Fred Stephenson Jr

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A two-time Josiah Meigs Award winner, Dr. Stephenson has dedicated his career to teaching excellence. An associate professor at the University of Georgia, he has been teaching students for 29 years at the high school and college levels. He lives in Athens, Ga.
 
Published September 26, 2001 by Andrews McMeel Publishing. 304 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Humor & Entertainment. Non-fiction

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Stephenson, a professor at the University of Georgia and two-time winner of the revered Josiah Meigs Award for Excellence in Teaching, enlists other recipients of the honor, all master educators, to tackle the obstacles preventing today's students from attaining excellence and give answers to ins...

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