Teacher’s Aid



There’s a surprising amount (to me) of psychology involved in doing an education degree. The book on the left is recommended reading for my course, and the other two I found in the same section. I figured they’d be useful. I might even review them 😉

Blogging teachers! Any books you’d like to recommend to me? I’m all ears!

14 thoughts on “Teacher’s Aid

  1. Those books look like a great start. When I did my BEd at UWS they decided to drop the behaviour subjects, and there was student protest!
    An experienced teacher told me, ‘If the students know you care about them, you’re 90% there with behaviour management.” I think, apart from really difficult classes, that’s true.

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  2. It is not easy and books etc are no guarantee. Every classroom is different and so is the support from administrators.
    I used to pray for this one kid to be sick. lol The whole class was different when he was gone. 🙂

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  3. One of the best books I read twenty years ago while pursing my education degree was “How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids Will Talk.” I don’t know if it’s still in print, but I know I still use the tips!

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  4. If you can find somebody who took a formal leadership course while in the military, I think you would be very interested in what they can tell you. I found it has helped me over the years from managing construction crew to training horses, which leads me to believe that it’s as much animal as mental.

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