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Teaching Is an Art
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Preface About the Author The Art of Teaching Assessment Back-to-School Night Books Calculators Career Path Cheating Class Management Classroom Talk Colleagues Computers Confidence Contests Cooperative Learning Curriculum Discipline Einstein Points Field Trips First Day of School First Week of School Games Getting Along Getting Out More Grades Guest Speakers Homework How to Become Hated Improvise Individual Needs Jobs in the Classroom Knowledge Last Days of School Learning Is a Process Lesson Plans Lies Making Yourself Accessible Media Mentoring Mistakes Modeling Movies About Teachers New Students New Stuff and Neat Stuff New Teacher Nonverbal Communication Openers Organizing for Success Parents Photocopying Pizzazz Portfolios Power in the Classroom Principals Principles Quotations in the Classroom Recognizing Students Respect Room Environment Rules School Reform Special Education Staff Meetings Standards Substitute Teachers Support Personnel Talking to Parents Talking to Students Teacher Evaluation Teaching: A Look Back Teaching Teachers to Teach Team Teaching Tests Textbooks "That's a Shame!" "This Is Boring!" and Other Ego Traps Timing Units of Study Veterans and Rookies Videos in the Classroom Why You Should Not Teach Why You Should Teach Zeal Index

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"I re-read this book every summer to help me maintain a balanced perspective as I plan for a new school year." -- Gary Tsuruda, Math teacher

"Teaching Is an Art can help new teachers adjust more smoothly into the education profession and can provide new ideas and insights for veteran teachers." -- John Thompson, Assistant Principal
Where was this book when I was teaching? I'm going to show or tell every teacher I know about this book. I wish Leon Spreyer could win teacher of the millennium award (and I mean this new millennium not the last one)!" -- Barbara Piano

"Spreyer's experiences with students and colleagues form the core of the book. It includes humor, quotations, poetry, samples, and examples for practitioners to try within their classrooms."

-- Harriett Arnold

"[It] is a practical and informative guide which is accessibly arranged . . . a very highly recommended supplemental resource for art educators of all experience, skill, and grade levels."

-- Midwest Book Review's Library Bookwatch, March 2003

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