Pizazz for Pedagogy

Pizazz for Pedagogy : Enrichment Ideas for Teachers

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The purchase of this book entitles the buyer to reproduce pages to use with students in the classroom only. Any other use requires permission of the author. This book is also dedicated to teachers everywhere and to my typist, Connie - a special friend. Even though we live in such a technology-rich world, especially in our classrooms, a resource such as this would be invaluable. Having taught 7th and 8th grades since 1988, I am certain that this extensive book of lists could aid any teacher, regardless of students' ages or the discipline taught. Cheryl Hicks, 2014 Teacher - Ohio. The activities in this book have been designed to assist teachers with "spur-of-the-moment" ideas to challenge students. Classroom teachers, along with teachers of children in gifted classes, should find the book to be an asset to their teaching. There are approximately 600 activities to encourage the extension of thinking skills with students. It takes a special teacher to try a new idea. I have been a teacher too . . . I know we are "risk-takers" at times when it is difficult. I hope you will take that risk . . . try the activities in the book. Good Luck . . . Rita A. Price For more information contact OS Publishing, PO Box 133, Lakeview, Ohio 43331 USAshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 68 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 4.06mm | 231.33g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508679983
  • 9781508679981

About Rita A Price

Rita A. Price is an experienced educator who began her career in the classroom with elementary students. After several years, she was asked by the Erie County Board of Education to develop a program for gifted students. She developed a comprehensive program entitled "Don't Make Me Walk When I Want to Fly," using a sea gull as the logo. Working with students identified as gifted and/or creative gave her a new challenge. She loved working with all children, enjoying their ideas and responses to various situations. Rita also developed the first gifted program for the Sandusky City Schools and later, for the Sandusky County schools. During those years, she also taught classes for Bowling Green State University and for Ashland College, all in Ohio USA.show more