In The Classroom: 101 Ways To Rock Your World: Success tips to educate, create, and inspire teachers!

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Where would any of us be without a teacher? Teaching is one of the oldest, and definitely one of the noblest professions in the world. It is also challenging, rewarding, stressful, and fulfilling all at the same time. In the Classroom is a collection of tips, advice, and images from a business success strategist and two successful award-winning teachers. In the Classroom is meant as a gift to teachers – to inspire future teachers and to give current and former teachers continued inspiration, motivation, and new ideas. Excerpt: There is a plethora of books about creating amazing lesson plans, finding the best theme for your classroom and assessing students; this is not one of them. This book is about those day-to-day, sometimes insignificant things that make the difference between just teaching and immersing yourself in the experience of education. Many of the tips are common sense; many have been around forever; but many are no longer commonly used. Consequently, students’ educational experience is sadder for it. There is an art to teaching – it involves reaching out to others, willing to take that chance you might fail, might be rejected, might not be right. But in this fast-paced world we live in, the successful teachers, the superstars of education, the ones who make a difference year after year are those who take the time to lay a strong foundation of communication and trust between themselves and the students they teach. Teaching is not for the faint of heart. Expectations piled onto teachers are staggering. That shouldn’t stop teachers from successfully interacting with colleagues, staff, students, and parents. Human interaction is critical. Teachers are in the People Business but sometimes the demands of teaching overpower what teaching is all about. Small gestures can mean a lot and can set you apart from the rest. Praise for In the Classroom: Every teacher, regardless of grade level, should have a copy of this book on the desk and refer to it often for inspiration – as well as survival. --Sue Vaccaro, Tony award-winning Broadway producer and former teacher Astronauts simply LOVE teachers ... and teachers are going to LOVE this book. T minus 101 and counting!” --Clayton Anderson, NASA astronaut and author of The Ordinary Spaceman

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Dayna Steele is the creator of the 101 Ways to Rock Your World book series and the CEO and founder of YourDailySuccessTip.com. Her advice has been labeled “effectively simple” and “ridiculously sane.” She is also a rock radio hall of famer, a successful entrepreneur, and a regular contributor to The Huffington Post. Linda Lee’s career in education spans 30 years with various teaching assignments in multiple states. She is currently employed by Clear Creek Independent School District in the Houston area where she supports 46 special education meeting facilitators and manages the district’s special education software program. Cheryl Evans has taught the wonders of art to students from ages 4 – 84, from kindergarten to college, for 30+ years. Named the 2012 Texas Art Educator of the Year, she is still enthusiastically sharing her love of art with teachers as a pre-service and workshop presenter throughout Texas.

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