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Teaching is a terribly important profession. Who we are as teachers and what we do make a difference, a terribly important difference, in the lives of students and the future of our nation. Consequently, we need to be aware of what is going on in our students and in ourselves. Top 20 Teachers: The revolution in American Education celebrates the power teachers have to devel Teaching is a terribly important profession. Who we are as teachers and what we do make a difference, a terribly important difference, in the lives of students and the future of our nation. Consequently, we need to be aware of what is going on in our students and in ourselves. Top 20 Teachers: The revolution in American Education celebrates the power teachers have to develop the potential in students, it provides immediately applicable concepts and practical tools for creating a safe culture in schools where children and adults enjoy working and learning together. The only reason to read this book is because America's youth need Top 20 Teachers who: Know How to See Things Differently. Live Above the Line. Create a Positive Culture. Communicate Empowering Messages. Create Connections and Listen to Understand. Help Students Move Outside their Comfort Zone. Answer the Relevancy Question: 'What's in it for Me?'. Keep Stupid in the Box. Stop the Spread of Negativity. Resolve Conflicts Effectively. Practice Kaizen Included are four chapters for coaches, advisors and activities coordinators to help student participants get more out of their athletic and co-curricular experiences.


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Teaching is a terribly important profession. Who we are as teachers and what we do make a difference, a terribly important difference, in the lives of students and the future of our nation. Consequently, we need to be aware of what is going on in our students and in ourselves. Top 20 Teachers: The revolution in American Education celebrates the power teachers have to devel Teaching is a terribly important profession. Who we are as teachers and what we do make a difference, a terribly important difference, in the lives of students and the future of our nation. Consequently, we need to be aware of what is going on in our students and in ourselves. Top 20 Teachers: The revolution in American Education celebrates the power teachers have to develop the potential in students, it provides immediately applicable concepts and practical tools for creating a safe culture in schools where children and adults enjoy working and learning together. The only reason to read this book is because America's youth need Top 20 Teachers who: Know How to See Things Differently. Live Above the Line. Create a Positive Culture. Communicate Empowering Messages. Create Connections and Listen to Understand. Help Students Move Outside their Comfort Zone. Answer the Relevancy Question: 'What's in it for Me?'. Keep Stupid in the Box. Stop the Spread of Negativity. Resolve Conflicts Effectively. Practice Kaizen Included are four chapters for coaches, advisors and activities coordinators to help student participants get more out of their athletic and co-curricular experiences.

30 review for Top 20 Teachers: The Revolution in American Education

  1. 5 out of 5

    Scarlett

    I dislike sounding 'below the line' or 'negative'; however, although an easy read, I did not feel I found anything new in this book from any other self-help or professional book. New names for old hat, perhaps. Another way to put a 'positive' spin on what is wrong in education & how to handle it. (You can't do anything about it, so just smile & stay above the line. Lemons to lemonade, buddy!) Even a way to get rid of friends, essentially (because they are a weight of negativity, not a benefit). I dislike sounding 'below the line' or 'negative'; however, although an easy read, I did not feel I found anything new in this book from any other self-help or professional book. New names for old hat, perhaps. Another way to put a 'positive' spin on what is wrong in education & how to handle it. (You can't do anything about it, so just smile & stay above the line. Lemons to lemonade, buddy!) Even a way to get rid of friends, essentially (because they are a weight of negativity, not a benefit). Reminds me of Amway rhetoric. I get it. But...educators are tired of being told to toe the line, ignore, smile, & if you pretend hard enough, it'll all go away. It should be noted that this was a professional book given to us by admin for a faculty study. It was not a 'free choice' reading.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Zack

    This, like many teacher-improvement books, offered a nice refresher of things teachers already know. The PD this group did at my school offered the same advice, in a more entertaining fashion than the book. I'd recommend that experience over reading he book hands down.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kiersten

    Better than most teacher books, I'd say. Tries to train you to think like a "Top 20" teacher, acting the way the best teachers act and in so doing becoming one of them.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Barb

    Required reading......enough said!

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