This is a book to help the beginning teacher handle efficiently the diverse tasks they face. It gives practical advice regarding the mountain of paperwork, the smooth operation of classroom instruction, working with parents and colleagues, and doing it in the short space of time allotted.
M. C. (Millie) Gore is Hardin Distinguished Professor in the Special Education Program of the Department of Counseling, Kinesiology, and Special Education at the Gordon T. and Ellen West College of Education at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas. She is the author or coauthor of several books, including the Corwin title (with John F. Dowd) Taming the Time Stealers: Tricks of the Trade From Organized Teachers. Gore received undergraduate and master's degrees from Eastern New Mexico University and a doctorate from the University of Arkansas.
Organizing Your Time and MemoryBuried Under Administrative Paperwork?Managing Instructional Print MaterialCorralling Nonprint Materials`Dejunking' Taking the CureDecisions From Simple to ComplexOrganizing Your TeachingHelping Students Learn to Organize ThemselvesTeaching Students with Special NeedsWorking with ParentsRequesting AssistanceOrganizational Strategies for Your Soul