All the Ways I Screwed Up My First Year of Teaching and How You Can Avoid Doing It, Too

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Veteran teacher Katrina Ayres showcases her disastrous first year of teaching in rural Hawaii. Somehow her teacher training didn't prepare her for The Monster Copier, Matthew the Plane-Hurler, and 80-hour workweeks. At the end of each chapter, she explains where her New Teacher Self went wrong and offers time-saving, practical hints and tricks you don't learn in teacher college.

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About Katrina Ayres

Katrina Ayres is an energetic and inspiring educator who has been teaching more than 16 years. She has a passion for enriching the classroom experiences of educators and students, and has created videos, webinars, and books to help teachers become better at what they do. As a Certified Time to Teach Associate Trainer with the Center for Teacher Effectiveness, Katrina speaks at conventions and workshops all over the United States. Please contact her if you are interested in having her train at your school or speak at your workshop.

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Review by: Irene Taylor on Dec. 02, 2012 :
OK - those of us who have been teaching for a while can remember plenty of mistakes we made when we were starting out - all in the name of our inexperience, our excitement and our commitment to our new careers.

Veteran teacher Katrina Ayres has taken the mistakes she made during her first year of teaching and turned them into a humorous look at all of the ways good teachers can go wrong. All the Ways I Screwed Up My First Year of Teaching...and How You Can Avoid Doing It, Too is open and honest - a quick read that is very enjoyable and not the least bit "preachy"!

This book is an excellent resource for the new teacher, and a fun read for us veterans as well. Read it, laugh, and learn. I'm betting you'll see yourself in many of the situations Ayres describes - and appreciate her candid advice on how to do better the next time.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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