The substitute teacher’s guide to success

| October 19, 2010

Title: The substitute teacher’s guide to success
Author: Ellen L. Kronowitz
Publisher:Allyn & Bacon
Check it out: LB2844.1.S8 K76 2011
From the Publisher: In The Substitute Teacher’s Guide to Success, bestselling author Ellen Kronowitz gives substitute teachers the tools they need to successfully navigate their classrooms.   This practical guide offers professional content, tips, tools, and advice for substitute teachers of all backgrounds and levels. Each chapter profiles a student and includes a) a short introductory story on the student, b) IEP goals and objectives for that student, and c) tips for adapting/modifying instruction. The Substitute Teacher’s Guide to Success reflects best practices and standards-based education, focusing on topics that are essential to successful substitute teaching at elementary, middle, and high school levels.
About the authors: Ellen Kronowitz has been a professor at California State University since 1978 where she co-founded the university demonstration school and worked with student teachers and interns and taught courses in curriculum and social studies methods. She was granted Emeritus status in June 2004. Ellen has authored Your First Year of Teaching and Beyond, now in its 4th edition, poetry and social studies resource books for teachers, and early literacy book as part of a series. She also enjoys horseback riding and skiing.
On the Web: Pearson