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I"m The Teacher, You"re The Student

A Semester In The University Classroom

by Patrick Allitt

  • 294 Want to read
  • 1 Currently reading

Published by University of Pennsylvania Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Students & Student Life,
  • United States,
  • Higher,
  • College teachers,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Teacher-student relationships,
  • Education,
  • Study and teaching (Higher),
  • History,
  • Educators,
  • Higher & further education,
  • USA,
  • Allitt, Patrick,
  • Biography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9722995M
    ISBN 100812238214
    ISBN 109780812238211

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I"m The Teacher, You"re The Student by Patrick Allitt Download PDF EPUB FB2

With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues both large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade Im The Teacher assignments.

It offers invaluable guidance to those concerned with the state of higher education today, to young Cited by: 4.

With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues both large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade writing assignments/5. With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues both large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade writing assignments.

It offers invaluable guidance to those concerned with the state of higher education today, to young Brand: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc. With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues Im The Teacher large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade writing assignments.

With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues both large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade writing by: 4.

Allitt is professor of U.S. History at Emory University, where he holds the Arthur Blank Chair for Teaching Excellence, and he has just published a new book, I’m the Teacher, You’re the Student Author: Christine Rosen. "I'm the teacher, you're the student." There are all kinds of implications. First, as the teacher, I know more about the subject than the students do, which is why they have come to class in the first place.

They want to learn things they do not yet know. ARTICLES: When the Teacher Becomes the Student by Joe A. Martin, Ed.D.: Treating All Students With Dignity by Laura Dombrosky: Working with Emotionally Disabled Students by Susan Rismiller: Considering Writer's Workshop by Judy Mazur: Create Language Arts Success at Every Grade Level By Using TEACH Observe Publish by Jacqueline Rhoades: Teacher Resource Book Reviews from the Teachers.

Student-Teacher Affair Novels. All fiction dealing with student-teacher affairs and romantic relationships. Score. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Amy: Maryse. I’m at 83% of Good and my heart is aching for her.

Instead of the mature-for-her-age character that are often in teacher-student books, she seems to be age appropriate emotionally and mentally and is reacting just like what would be expected for someone her age which is making it hurt that much more.

With sharp wit, a critical eye, and steady sympathy for both educators and students, I'm the Teacher, You're the Student examines issues both large and small, from the ethics of student-teacher relationships to how best to evaluate class participation and grade writing : University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.

I'm the teacher, you're the student: a semester in the university classroom. [Patrick Allitt] -- A behind-the-scenes view of a typical semester in an American history course, part diary, part sustained reflection, that recreates both the unstudied.

Now, I'm a senior in college, and I, myself, am a teacher. I have a class full of beautiful one-year-olds who I am lucky enough to influence the same way that my own teachers influenced me. I know now that being a teacher isn't as easy as I had always imagined.

The best books for teachers in range in theme, including inspirational, ideas for professional development, celebrating diversity and classroom management strategies that will help to benefit new and veteran teachers alike.

They are available in multiple formats and are perfect whether you prefer audio, digital or classic print. Her most recent work includes a joint article on creating safe spaces for discussing white privilege with preservice teachers and is an editor of Everyday White People Confronting Racial and Social Injustice: 15 Stories, with Eddie Moore, Jr., and Ali Michael and the forthcoming, The Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys (Corwin, October )/5(18).

The Teacher’s Handbook contains reduced pages from the Students’ Book, together with teaching suggestions and answers.

This means the teacher needs only one book in the class. The Teacher’s Handbook contains: • teaching suggestions for key exercises • background notes (Culture2know) on the content of the lesson.

In the first of a two-part series, Julietta Schoenmann, a teacher and teacher trainer, presents the benefits of using a Teacher’s Book to help plan and execute your note, this article contains references to the New English File Teacher’s Book series.

Do you remember when you first started teaching. Were you like me and treated your teacher’s book. One student told his mom that he thinks I’m having a boy, which is undoubtedly the first of many student predictions.

Free Classroom Pregnancy Announcement If you are a classroom teacher looking for a sweet way to announce your own pregnancy, I’m thrilled to share this simple secret code worksheet with you. Content Library — a notebook for teachers to share course materials with students.

Teachers can add and edit its materials, but for students, the notebook is read-only. Collaboration Space — a notebook for all students and the teacher in the class to share, organize, and collaborate. I’m not here to convince you to be a teacher.

Becoming a teacher is not a “maybe” thing. You’re either in or you’re out. If you’re looking for a job that will give you a paycheck and allow you to have the summers off to pursue other passions (whatever that may be), please don’t ever step foot in a classroom.

Clairvoyance aside it could also mean the teacher is the student. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Christofeh (talk • contribs)12 September (UTC) It means: "Do not make questions, do not search for answers, do not look for problems, do not search for teachers.Help, I’m a student teacher!

endeavours to enhance social and cognitive skills within a context of value-driven education. Help, I’m a student teacher! is about using theory and research to inform practice, on the one hand, and using experience from .Developmentally, 5- and 6-year-olds are at a stage where they know if they are boys or girls and are becoming aware of the corresponding anatomy.

They are curious about anatomical differences and will use body-part names and references in silly ways to get attention or to express their curiosity.

It seems that every year, at least one set of.