Narratives from the Classroom: An Introduction to Teaching introduces the reader to many of the important classroom issues surrounding the field of teaching. This book is unique in that it is a collection of personal accounts and ideas written by the teachers and teacher educators who lived those experiences. Because this is an introduction to teaching, each chapter addresses a different topic, ranging from the purpose of schools and teachers, issues about policies and programs in the school, and various practices found within the classroom walls. There is also a section that addresses preparation for the job market and what the first year of teaching is like. This book deliberately avoids being prescriptive and encourages the reader to form his or her own conclusions about the presented issues.

My Thoughts on the Role of the Teacher after 12 Years in the Field

My Thoughts on the Role of the Teacher after 12 Years in the Field

My thoughts on the role of the teacher after 12 years in the field
Kin T.Chee

Understanding what students, parents, and administrators expect of teachers is a difficult task at times. Often, one chooses teaching as a career because of one's passion for a subject or for the general sake of learning, but teaching involves more than simply delivering instruction, a concept that may not be entirely clear to the preservice teacher. Mr. Chee discusses the various roles he has been obligated to assume on a daily basis to afford the reader a glimpse at what might be expected of him or her in the future. He maintains that the role the teacher ...

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