The Everything New Teacher Book by Melissa Kelly

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While many companies provide on-the-job training programs for new recruits, teachers are given a classroom full of students and a directive: "Educate the next generation of Americans."

With this daunting task before them, teachers today are confronted with overcrowded classrooms, budget cuts, and a faltering education system. The Everything New Teacher Book recognizes that during the first couple of years in the classroom, teachers need effective suggestions on how to have a positive and lasting impact on their students. From the rules and tools of a successful learning environment to advice on behavior management, The Everything New Teacher Book is the perfect guide for teachers during their first or second year-and veteran teachers making a grade change.

About Melissa Kelly

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Chef Melissa Kelly named her restaurant Primo, located in Maine, after her grandfather, Primo Magnani, a local butcher. Primo has two satellites in Marriott hotels in Orlando and Tucson. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Chef Kelly is a 1999 James Beard Foundation Award winner.
Published March 8, 2004 by Adams Media. 320 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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