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Real Talk for Real Teachers : Advice for Teachers from Rookies to Veterans: "No Retreat, No Surrender!"

By (author) Rafe Esquith

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The "New York Times" bestselling author and world-renown teacher offers no-nonsense wisdom for teachers of all ages There s no one teachers trust more to give them classroom advice than Rafe Esquith. After more than thirty years on the job, Esquith still puts in the countless classroom hours familiar to every dedicated educator. But where his "New York Times" bestseller "Teach Like Your Hair s on Fire "was food for a teacher s mind, "Real Talk for Real Teachers" is food for a teacher s soul. Esquith candidly tackles the three stages of life for the career teacher and offers encouragement to see them through the difficult early years, advice on mid-career classroom building, and novel ideas for longtime educators. With his trademark mix of humor, practicality, and boundless compassion, Esquith proves the perfect companion for teachers who need a quick pick-me-up, a long heart-to-heart, or just a momentary reminder that they re not alone."

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  • Paperback | 319 pages
  • 128 x 196 x 24mm | 240g
  • 24 Jun 2014
  • Penguin Books
  • New York
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0143125613
  • 9780143125617
  • 425,662

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Rafe Esquith has taught at Hobart Elementary School in Los Angeles for twenty-eight years. He is the only classroom teacher to have been awarded the president s National Medal of the Arts. His many other honors and awards include the American Teacher Award and "People" magazine s Heroes Among Us Award. He lives in Los Angeles."

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[This] enormously valuable book will keep teachers energized. "Publishers Weekly"(starred review) The only classroom teacher to receive the National Medal of the Arts, the author has taught fifth and sixth grade for more than 25 years at Hobart Elementary, an inner-city Los Angeles school where few of the parents speak English, poverty is rampant, and too often children lack supervision at home Teaching is a tough job, but Esquith shows that its rewards can be profound. "Kirkus Reviews""

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