Veteran teacher Dennis Healy draws on 33 years in the classroom to provide a perspective on the teacher's career through all its stages. From student teaching and that first job interview through early years, mentoring other teachers, and pre-retirement, he provides insight and practical advice about what to expect at each stage and what it takes to become a master teacher. Authentic case studies offer an opportunity to reflect and ask, What would I do in this situation? New teachers will be inspired and experienced teachers will be reminded of why they chose teaching as a career. Cartoon illustrations reinforce the points made.
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Dennis Healy is chair of the English Department at Dubuque Senior High School and adjunct professor at the University of Dubuque, both in Dubuque, Iowa. He received both B.S. and M.A. degrees in English at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. He has been a classroom teacher for over thirty-three years, and coached both track and cross country for twenty-eight years. He has won numerous awards for teaching, including the Presidential Scholar s Teacher Recognition Award, the Iowa Governor's Scholar Teacher Recognition Award, the Gold Star Award for Outstanding Teaching, and the Stanford Sterling Teacher Recognition Award from Stanford University.
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Descrizione libro Hickory Grove Press, 2008. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. First. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0967991560
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