Recommended Reading for Teachers
This book provides lots of easy tips and activities to get learners of all ages more engaged in their own learning.
Great for teachers and all types of presenters.
In this book, learn about the four types of learners and the four teaching strategies.
A great resource to help make your next lecture and/or presentation motivational and memorable.
This short 69-page book is packed with great information on how to keep a K-5 classroom organized.
Learn how to minimize the clutter, maximize the space, and create an environment that encourages learning.
Written by a professional organizer, this book is designed to help teachers understand and implement time management techniques to allow more time to enjoy being a teacher.
Melanie is both a 5th grade teacher AND a professional organizer - so she knows her stuff when it comes to creating an organized classroom!
In addition to space planning, this book offers tips on time management and how to keep students organized at school and at home.
Written with elementary school teachers in mind, this illustrated guide provides tips on how to prevent common organizing challenges from getting in the way of good teaching.
This book was created to help first year teachers of grades K-8 with room setups, classroom management, streamlining record keeping, and much more.
Designed for PreK-5th grade classrooms, this spiral-bound book is filled with charts, beautiful color photos, and instructions on how to set up an organized classroom. Debbie even covers how to pack up your room at the end of the year to make things easier to set up in the fall!
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