6 edition of Managing the Pressures of Teaching found in the catalog.
September 1, 1998
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
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With the background of constant change in mind, this book provides you with practical ideas that you can use to make your teaching (and learning) a more manageable and pleasurable experience for you and your students. It will enable you to become more strategic, and therefore more adaptable to future change.
2 MANAGING THE PRESSURES IN TEACHING. Managing the Pressures in Teaching presents ways in which teachers can manage their workloads (and stress levels) while helping their students manage theirs. When pressure are managed effectively, they need not add to the burden of maintaining standards in a time of diminishing resources.
This book will be of use to all teachers. A practical book of suggestions for ways in which teachers can manage their workloads (and stress levels) and help students manage theirs. Coping with stress can be viewed not only as a method for "making it through the day" but also as an aid to maintaining quality at a time of diminsihing : Cox, Managing the Pressures of Teaching book.
Managing the Pressures of Teaching by Stephen Cox OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries A lively, accessible, and practical book of suggestions for ways in which tutors can manage their workloads (and stress levels) and help students manage theirs.
A lively, accessible, and practical book of suggestions for ways in which tutors can manage their workloads (and stress levels) and help students manage theirs. The ability to cope with stress is not merely a question of 'making it through the day.
Stress: The Psychology of Managing Pressure helps you identify external and internal sources of stress in your life and reframe unhelpful patterns of thought into powerful psychological solutions that you can apply every day.
Underpinned by psychological theory, with relevant findings from psychologists, doctors, and teachers, this book will help you smash the shadow of stress in any area /5(26). Managing teacher stress Teaching is a naturally stressful profession but with colleague support you can learn to manage it creatively and positively Day in, day out we all know teaching is a.
"The value of Managing Outside Pressure is that, not only is it a handbook on issues identification and issues management, but it provokes thoughts about the evolution into reputation management." C.A.J. Herkströter Chairman of the Committee of Managing Directors Cited by: SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.
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External pressures come from the circumstances or the people around you – a micromanager, for example, making you work in a certain way, or giving you a hefty workload that exceeds your capacity to deal with it.
Some external pressures have little connection with your job, but the way you react to them can negatively impact how you work. Lesson Plan – Managing Peer Pressure SESSION EIGHT: APPLICATION, PRACTICE, AND RESOURCES PROCEDURE (CONTINUED): Step 5) 5 minutes Summarize the lesson by highlighting the following key points: • It is healthy and normal to want to belong to a peer group.
• Many young people ﬁ nd themselves bullied or taken advantage of by a peer group. Introduction: Managing the Pressures in Teaching --Helping Students to Reduce their Levels of Stress in the Classroom --Building teams --Clarifying students' roles --Setting ground rules --Developing reflective students --Setting the learning agenda --Creating a positive climate for learning --Developing students' awareness of their own learning methods and styles --Guidelines for receiving peer feedback.
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Inspection copy update April Due to the current restrictions in place in response to COVID, our inspection copy policy has changed. Managing the Classroom Environment. items, textbooks, resource books, instructional materials, frequently used materials, and equipment. Finally, they decide what materials will be accessible by students and which pressures inside and outside the classroom.
Identifying and. Get this from a library! Stress-busting strategies for teachers: how do I manage the pressures of teaching?. [M Nora Mazzone; Barbara J Miglionico] -- "Does stress keep you up at night? Is there never enough time to do what you want and need to do at school and at home?
Veteran educators Nora Mazzone and Barbara Miglionico have been there, too. A Model for Managing Behaviour. Roland Chaplain argues that a multilevel approach is the key to coping with the diverse pressures of teaching and managing behaviour.
This approach recognises the importance of management on individual as well as whole school levels, and not just in terms of teacher-student relationships. The book is Cited by: 1. The first step to managing the pressure in your life is to become more aware of the scenarios when you are allowing pressure moments to derail your best abilities.
Then, more proactively approach your pressure : Bill Benjamin.