“Time to Teach Teens”: Best Seller (Free!) in Professional Education Development!


Best Sellers in Professional Education Development

Time To Teach Teens: The Extremes of Experience [Kindle Edition]

Book Description

Publication Date: March 13, 2012

The extremes of experience and the limits of reality.

This is a formula for which one can approach teaching teens. Often, our best planned efforts in the classroom fail to capture the students enthusiasm, and thusly, fail to capture the students’ engagement. We’ve all been there. What can be done to improve student engagement?

Dr. Kieran Egan suggests we focus on what is common to all teens: heroes and heroines, and from this vantage point, allow teens the possibility to become comfortable with their own need to find out the answer to a fundamental question: Who is my hero, who has qualities that I would like to emulate.

This book is an experiential account of just such an effort with three teens, descriptive in nature, and thus beneficial from a practical viewpoint, while addressing the theoretical issues from the beginning…

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Time To Teach Teens (Paperback)

How can we get teenagers engaged in autonomous and cooperative learning? If the teenagers you teach are like the ones I teach, this is not an easy task. Why?

Because being a teenager is difficult.

However, I believe there are some avenues I’ve taken that can offer a way to increase your success in teaching teens. The aim of this book is therefore, to share experieces which have worked. This is not intended to prescribe, but to describe. The successful teacher will adapt my experience to their own teaching and learning context.

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Thomas Baker is the Past-President of TESOL Chile (2010-2011). He enjoys writing about a wide variety of topics. The source and inspiration for his writing comes from his family.
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