Two-Minute Tips

Hrbacek, Tom; Finotti, Melanie
May 2004
NEA Today;May2004, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p15
Presents tips from U.S. teachers about their first year on the job. Significance of keeping a file of all the positive evaluations received from parents, students, administrators, school board members, and members of the community; Importance of requiring students to have their parents sign a paper after receiving D or F grades.


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