Master Guide Teacher’s Resource Manual


Master Guide Teacher’s Resource Manual


Discover the Simple Teaching Strategies You Can Use (Right Now) To Eliminate Classroom Management Problems Forever!

Introducing the best practices of effective teaching. Finally an ebook that addresses classroom management style and academic achievement. Whether you need first grade classroom management tips or effective teaching strategies for large lectures…

eTeach is for you!

You got into the teaching profession for all the right reasons. Maybe it was a love for children, or the chance for a fulfilling career that goes beyond a simple paycheck, or maybe just the chance to have an impact on the future of our society.

Your reasons for becoming a teacher are noble to say the least. Unfortunately, if you’re like most teachers, you find yourself focusing most of your attention on classroom management issues rather than on teaching, and you now realize that all those college courses didn’t quite prepare you for teaching in the real world.

The problem is that while teachers enter the profession filled with great ideas, they find it extremely difficult to implement those ideas due to classroom management issues.

And, the sad fact is, too many teachers fail because of problems with classroom management.

50% of all new teachers quit within their first 5 years…

Which half do you want to be in?

Don’t let the most rewarding profession in the world pass you by because you were simply not trained to teach in the real world.

The truth is, your classroom management style and academic achievement are more than just a little connected.

There is a definite and direct correlation between classroom management style and academic achievement. If you are having problems with classroom management, then your students will certainly have low academic achievement scores. And, the end result is that you will not succeed as a teacher.

In response to classroom management problems, teachers immediately start to resort to “management” plans. They assign seats, give detention, and come up with elaborate systems of rewards and punishments.

These are wrong!

These types of classroom management plans are not truly effective. They are temporary solutions to ongoing problems.

The fact is in order to succeed as a teacher you must combine classroom management with methodology in the best practices of effective teaching.

Whether your focus is on first grade classroom management, third grade classroom management, or twelfth grade classroom management, if your plan is based on rewards and punishments you are only providing a temporary solution to an ongoing problem. And, these classroom management problems only get worse with time.

In the end, disruptive students will keep you from teaching the way you should.

Of course, all of this will translate into low standardized test scores and achievement scores. (And we all know how much the newspapers love to print those scores.)

Despite what many may think, people are not born teachers. Becoming a Master Teacher takes training and practice.

Teaching is a skill that is learned.

If you have experienced classes where it seems your students just didn’t get anything done, where instead of teaching students in a caring environment, you felt like you were in a constant battle with them, or even if you are just looking for ways to help improve your teaching, then my ebook is for you.

This ebook will teach you the skills you need to become a Master Teacher and provide you with that fulfilling career you’ve always dreamed of.

eTeach is designed to provide both novice and veteran teachers with actual teaching strategies that you can immediately apply to any classroom.

This ebook is purposely written in a conversational tone so it is easy-to-read, easy-to-follow, and easy-to-apply.

Best of all, you can start applying these strategies in your very next class. There is no waiting. You will receive eTeach by download and will be reading the book within minutes.

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Master Guide Teacher’s Resource Manual