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Making Thinking Visible

Making Thinking Visible

by Ron Ritchhart
320 Pages · 2015 · 5 MB · 15 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Teach Like a Champion 2.0
by Doug Lemov
512 Pages · 2015 · 13  MB · 1,375 Downloads · New!
Teach Like a Champion 2.0 is the secondary education, lesson planning, instruction methods and educational guide for the teachers to improve their skills. Doug Lemov is the author of this fabulous book. This is the second edition of the book which changes the lives of millions of teachers. Teaching is the most respected job in the world but it is also a difficult job to perform. Having brief knowledge about any subject is a good thing but if you don’t know how to deliver your knowledge then you are not a good student anymore. Learn how to engages your students and help them to focus on studies.
The End of Molasses Classes
by Ron Clark
352 Pages · 2012 · 2  MB · 17 Downloads · New!
The End of Molasses Classes is the education theory, parent participation, self-help and instruction methods guide which tells the multiple strategies to build the strong base of the student. Ron Clark is the author of this tremendous book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. He helps the teachers, parents, and communities to power the students. Early teaching plays an important role in the development of a kid as a student. How to start building the student right from the first day. Teach the kids how to study and how to make the best in the minimum time. Not a single kid is genius so you have to lead them from the front. Tell the importance of learning and marks. Don’t promote the stress the high scores among the students so they forget to learn. If kids are liking you all the time then you are doing something wrong. Transform yourself according to the situation and create your impact on the students. The kids must see you as an inspiration and act cool in front of them. Never become a penny parent, be bold and different.
The Essential 55
by Ron Clark
208 Pages · 2019 · 1 MB · 19 Downloads · New!
The Essential 55 is the self-help, motivation, education theory and instruction methods which share the different techniques to become a good teacher for the students. Ron Clark is the author of this magnificent book. He is the bestselling author in the New York Times. One million copies of this book are sold in the world. It is translated into twenty-five different languages. Some schools make this book mandatory for the teachers to read before they apply for teaching. Communication is very important between the teachers and students in the early years of education. This is the time where the foundation of the kids builds. If they do not beat their failures then it would be difficult for them to survive in the future. Education is not all about 90% marks and it must teach students about self-confidence. Self-confidence is a key to success, it helps to handle the difficult situation and perform well in life. This book also focuses on the leadership qualities that how teacher create the environment in the class to make the leaders. This is an incredible book for the teachers to build a strong foundation of the kids so they can perform well in upcoming life.
How to Teach
by Chris Curtis
256 Pages · 2019 · 2  MB · 39 Downloads · New!
How to Teach is the instruction and English language book for the teacher which shares the proven techniques to become an effective teacher. Chris Curtis is the author of this fabulous book. This guide contains the ideas to make the subject of English a fun-loving challenge to conquer. English teachers play an important role in the development of the students. Today, English is an international language and it is spoken all over the world. If anybody wanted to become successful then he must embrace his/herself with English. It is consist of different chapters and every chapter has something to tell. Keep the instruction clear and don’t make the big statements that are difficult to understand. Don’t interrupt your student when they are talking, no matter how bad they are in English. Make the habit of drill, repeat and so on. Create a professional environment in the class no matter how daunting it is to teach English to beginners. The students can use only English to communicate with others. Avoid the metalanguage like an irregular verb, past simple, adverb of frequency and prepositions, etc. English will take some time so don’t expect your students to master it quickly. A comprehensive book for the teachers to become more effective in classrooms.
Teach Like a Champion 2.0
by Doug Lemov
512 Pages · 2015 · 13  MB · 59 Downloads · New!
Teach Like a Champion 2.0 is the secondary education, lesson planning, instruction methods and educational guide for the teachers to improve their skills. Doug Lemov is the author of this fabulous book. This is the second edition of the book which changes the lives of millions of teachers. Teaching is the most respected job in the world but it is also a difficult job to perform. Having brief knowledge about any subject is a good thing but if you don’t know how to deliver your knowledge then you are not a good student anymore. Learn how to engages your students and help them to focus on studies. Find out the classic teaching techniques that help teachers to deliver their lecture effectively. Learn the secrets to motivate students for learning. Find out the new techniques that work on all students. There is a number of things that make you a perfect teacher. The author shares the proven techniques and methods for the readers. All these techniques are easy to implement for everyone. This book consists of several chapters and all of them have something new to share. A highly recommended guide for the teachers.
Smarter Faster Better
by Charles Duhigg
400 Pages · 2016 · 2 MB · 23 Downloads · New!
Smarter Faster Better is the business, motivation, psychology and self-help guide which tells the reader how to improve their productivity by adopting simple techniques. Charles Duhigg is the author of this fantastic book. There are few companies and individuals who perform beyond the limits. The other also claim their hard working and according to them, they also deserve success but these people or organizations are not satisfied with their results. Charles Duhigg shares different stories of the successful people which includes the educational reformers, billionaire CEOS, four-star generals, aeroplane pilots, educational reformers and FBI agents etc. He takes an interview and lists those qualities which played an important role in their success. This guide is full with the wisdom of highly successful people who are sportsmen, CEOs or leaders. There is the story of a young lady who quit her Ph.D. degree and starts playing poker. She became a world renewed player of poker in the world. How the small group of data scientists fined the interaction among the team is the key role to success. This book also contains the story of a Marine Corps general who found a suspicious way to train the young recruits to enhance their motivation, dedication, and commitment. Charles shares the eight key principles of increasing productivity in your life and these principles will help you in decision making and goal chasing.

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