Here is a book of educational psychology, philosophy of education, and pedagogy. In this book, author Max Malikow provides a review of things new teachers have been taught, a preview of situations they are certain to encounter, and a compensation for things they should have been taught but weren't. In writing Teachers for Life Dr. Malikow draws upon his 33 years of teaching, knowledge of educational research, and the collective experience of countless teachers.
Max Malikow is assistant professor of education at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York. His teaching career spans twenty years as a high school teacher.
Part 1 Foreword Part 2 Introduction Chapter 3 What Does it Mean to Learn Something? Chapter 4 Are Teachers Born or Made? Chapter 5 How is an Environment for Learning Created? Chapter 6 What is Motivation? Chapter 7 What Does it Mean to be Intelligent? Chapter 8 What Does Every Teacher Need to Know About Lesson Planning? Chapter 9 How Do I Determine Grades? Chapter 10 Is there Anything Else I Need to Know? Part 11 Epilogue