Difficult and demanding times force educators to reevaluate their lives and current lifestyles. Times of crisis make them look for new ways to cope, grow, and thrive as individuals. Life Lessons for Educators provides a timely master plan to lead educators through today's difficult times. It charts out a journey that doesn't cost any money and that will afford educators and those they are the closest to with a priceless opportunity to live happy lives even in times of great stress. The recommendations put forward promote clarity, efficiency, and effectiveness in life. The Life Lessons for Educators have nothing to do with how much or how little money, talent, or opportunities you have. They have everything to do with how educators approach their current situations: what they think, say, and do to minimize the effects of negativity for themselves, their kids, and the students in their charge.Research studies show that average students often do better than bright ones who just dona#39;t put forth their best effort. ... I like to encourage my kid/students in these ways: The Best Motivator for Children The most powerful motivator that you cananbsp;...
|Title||:||Life Lessons for Educators|
|Author||:||Mary Ann Smialek|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2010-10-16|