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I Was Different - Memoirs of My Teaching 1996 to 2006

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by Richard Lewis Baxter
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I Was Different - Memoirs of My Teaching 1996 to 2006 by Richard Lewis Baxter

It Is a memoir of a teacher and his experiences. It gives new concepts such as having students choose a professional name e.g. Dr. Jose, Teacher Ana, Lawyer Juan, etc. The teacher and students call each other by these titles. A class president who had to apply for the job. Effective assessment procedures. New Ideas for proper and fair teacher evaluation. Various and poignant events that happened to the teacher and the students. A criticism of current teaching practices (one size fits all) and the effect of one-on-one teaching. A teacher's love for his students and their response. Teaching students values and establishing a hard work ethic, with a desire to achieve.

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Ebook Details
Size: 329 KB
Date published:   2014
ISBN: 9781312561120 (DRM-EPUB)

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