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What are the beliefs and behaviors that set great teachers apart? In this internationally renowned best seller, Todd Whitaker reveals 19 keys to becoming more effective in the classroom.

This essential third edition features new sections on why it’s about more than relationships, how to focus on a consistent, engaging learning environment, and the importance of choosing the right mode - business, parent, child - to improve your classroom management.

Perfect for educators at any level of experience, for independent reading or for schoolwide book studies, this practical book will leave you feeling inspired and ready to do the things that matter most for the people who matter most - your students.

©2020 Todd Whitaker (P)2020 Taylor & Francis

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  • 18-03-21

it is cool to care

life long learning is not a catch phrase for me. Doing things differently is often required if different outcomes are desired. The thing is, are we as teachers really prepared to do things differently? It often means thinking differently first.

I found this book inspiring and to have real actionable advice.

A must read book for all teachers!