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Give your students a real look at the teaching profession!
Learning to Teach covers the many facets of teaching by offering a descriptive glimse of this career, both in and out of the classroom. This text is intended for one-semester courses that are exploring teaching as a career, or as part of introductory coursework in a teacher preparation program.
Six easy-to-read sections introduce concepts including:
Author(s): Karl E Rohnke
The 23 games and activities included in this small book can be used with small or large groups, but the emphasis is upon how to use or adapt them to large groups (50-500 people). Does the thought of facilitating sessions of 50, 75 or 100+ participants cause you to have a convenient excuse ready as to why ". . .that particular date isn't good for me?" Perhaps what you need is an experienced guide and a batch of tried and true activities to maneuver through the yips and anxieties of looking at "all those faces."
Author(s): Wisconsin Fast Plants Program
is an "idea book," full of ways you can use recyclable containers to
learn about science and the environment. The projects in this book promote
science as a tool everyone can use to explore the world. These explorations can
be integrated with history, art, music and other creative endeavors. For more
information go to www.bottlebiology.org.