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978-1-60709-053-3 • Paperback • June 2009 • $38.00 • (£29.00)
978-1-60709-054-0 • eBook • April 2009 • $34.00 • (£26.00)
Nora Haenn is associate professor of anthropology and international studies at North Carolina State University. Eric Johnson is assistant professor of bilingual/ESL education at Washington State University, Tri-Cities. Mary Grace Buckwalter is an educator at Carl Sandburg Middle School in Levittown, Pennsylvania.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Charting a Course for Successful Teaching
Chapter 2 Map Your Role in the Classroom: Teaching Philosophies 101
Chapter 3 Choose Your Materials: Readings, Activities, and Movies 101
Chapter 4 Pick Your Plan: Syllabi 101
Chapter 5 Getting on State: Delivering a Lesson 101
Chapter 6 Keeping It Running Smoothly: Classroom Management and Grading 101
Chapter 7 Tenure and Promotion for College Professors: Getting to Full 101
Chapter 8 Tenure and Promotion for High School Teachers: Advancing Your Career 101
Chapter 9 Conclusion: The Continuing Journey
Over the years, I've mentored many novice assistant professors on the challenges of teaching in the college classroom. Their first year is often fraught with an array of predictable roadblocks and pitfalls. The Teaching Road Map: A Pocket Guide for New Teachers provides a thoughtful way in which novice teachers can reflect on the broader issues of teaching and how they impact everything from classroom delivery to assessment. This will become my standard gift for all my graduating doctoral students.
— Elizabeth Liza Nagel, professor and academic director of education, Washington State University Tri-Cities