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10 pieces of advice for new teachers

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Here are 10 pieces of advice I'd like to share with new teachers as they prepare for this adventure:.
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Really want to narrow the Achievement Gap?

Really want to narrow the Achievement Gap? | Educational Geeking | Scoop.it
“This summer, I've been in the process of writing my seventh book -- the third volume in my series on student motivation (I'm over halfway there -- Yay!). As part of that writing, I've been going ov...”
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"Sustained engagement with challenging content": The most important factor in raising student achievement.

"Sustained engagement with challenging content": The most important factor in raising student achievement. | Educational Geeking | Scoop.it
by Daniel Willingham"researchers saw puny effects because they had to skimp on the most important factor: sustained engagement with challenging academic content."
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Nobody Follows A Tentative Person

Nobody Follows A Tentative Person | Educational Geeking | Scoop.it
“I was standing at the meat counter at the local market and watched a leadership principle unfold before me: Nobody Follows a Tentative Person. Normally, they have little slips of paper with numbers that make the process run smoothly: take...”
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Up To 50 Percent Of Teachers Quit Within Five Years, Says Report

Up To 50 Percent Of Teachers Quit Within Five Years, Says Report | Educational Geeking | Scoop.it
“Amid intense debate about new education standards, and teacher tenure and pay, the Alliance for Excellent Education has turned the focus to new teachers -– and their tendency to quit.A new report, published by the Alliance in collaboration ...”
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