4 edition of Stories teachers tell found in the catalog.
Stories teachers tell
Douglas K. Hartman
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Douglas K. Hartman, editor ; Richard Donato, chair.|
|Series||Northeast conference reports ;, 1998|
|LC Classifications||P59.3 .H37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||99164060|
This is a collection of stories teachers have emailed me that started with posts from the Primary Education chat board (which has since been divided into separate grade levels). Someone on the board came up with the idea to post the funniest classroom stories, and what follows are hilarious TRUE tales from classrooms all across America that I copied and pasted from the chat board. Jobs TEFL Teacher Certification Hire Teachers. Latest Posts. 9 essential tips to pick the best online TEFL certification. New grad? Here's how to start teaching after college. How to use your degree to make a career change into teaching. How to teach in a different country when the time is right.
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