Too often, people outside of education view teaching as an easy task. A person enters a classroom, opens a book, and - Presto! - they teach. Those of us who are educators know how false this image is. Teaching is an ever-changing, ever-growing task that is never the same way twice. Each student is an individual with needs that are different from their classmates. Teachers, especially PreK through elementary, must be able to juggle subject matter, special needs, multiculturalism, and inclusion, all the while meeting the standards set forth by the Department of Education. Resources for teaching students are a necessity. This guide has extensive information on everything from special education, to lesson plans on verbs and nouns. Newbie teachers as well as veterans will find this guide valuable in preparing to meet the needs of teaching students.
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