|Jan Stivers||Marist College|
|Sharon F. Cramer||Buffalo State College, NY|
|© 2009||176 pages||8.5" x 11"|
|Paperback||ISBN:||9781412964470||$33.95||Add to Cart|
|Hardcover||ISBN:||9781412964463||$76.95||Add to Cart|
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“Coping with change is perhaps the most fundamental aspect of life and certainly critical for successful teaching. This book provides an essential guide to how teachers might successfully address the ongoing and expected change associated with effective teaching.”
—Sharon Vaughn, H. E. Hartfelder/Southland Corp Regents Chair
University of Texas
“Perhaps no other job in our society today experiences as much change as classroom teaching. Stivers and Cramer are two experts with tremendous insight and experience in both the theoretical and practical dimensions of personal, organizational, and systemwide change. Heartwarming, insightful stories explore how dozens of teachers overcome the challenges of living and leading through change every day, blended with rock-solid theory and extensive research on how to live through change successfully.”
—Chris Edgelow, Founder and President
Sundance Consulting Inc.
Energize your learning community by transforming change into opportunity!
Throughout their careers, teachers will face a myriad of inevitable changes, both inside and outside the classroom. Ideal for use both in professional development settings and as a personal resource, A Teacher’s Guide to Change engages K–12 teachers in the process of anticipating and responding to change. Through a step-by-step approach, teachers can learn to prepare for change, which enhances their career satisfaction and effectiveness as professionals.
Emphasizing that change is something teachers can understand, manage, become invested in, and even champion, the authors provide practical skills for facing and adjusting to change, whether it is mandated or chosen. Offering a wealth of conceptual, reflective, interpersonal, and strategic tools, this guide also includes:
This accessible resource is invaluable for all teachers. Whether or not change is voluntary, opportunities for professional growth are abundant, leading to improved student learning and greater teacher retention.