Principles of Teaching
Bloomsburg University
Dr. Pastore

Chapters from The First Days of School

 
Introduction

   1.    Why You Need to Succeed on the First Days of School

   2.     What Is an Effective Teacher?

   3.     How You Can Be a Happy First-Year Teacher

   4.   How You Can Be an Effective Veteran Teacher

   5.     Why You Should Use Proven Research-Based Practices

   6.     Why Positive Expectations Are Important

   7.     How to Help All Students Succeed

   8.     How to Dress for Success

   9.     How to Invite Students to Learn

 10.     How to Increase Positive Student Behavior

 11.     How to Have a Well-Managed Classroom

 12.     How to Have Your Classroom Ready

 13.     How to Introduce Yourself to Your Class

 14.     How to Arrange and Assign Seating

 

15.     How to Post Your Assignments

 

16.     When and How to Take Roll

 

17.     How to Maintain an Effective Grade Record Book

 

18.     How to Have an Effective Discipline Plan Part 1:  Rules

 

19.     How to Have an Effective Discipline Plan Part 2:  Consequences and Rewards

 

20.     How to Have Students Follow Classroom Procedures

 

21.     How to Increase Student Learning and Achievement

 

22.     How to Get Your Students to Do Their Assignments

 

23.     How to Get Your Students to Pass Their Tests

 

24.     How to Get Your Students to Work Cooperatively

 

25.     How to Achieve Happiness and Success as a Teacher

 

26.     How You Can Become a Professional Educator

 

Epilogue

 

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Raymond S. Pastore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
Center for Technology & Teacher Education
1148 McCormick Center
Bloomsburg University
Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301
570-389-4236/4025