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Coping with difficult teachers

Angela Victoria Woodhull

Coping with difficult teachers

by Angela Victoria Woodhull

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Published by Shenkman Books in Rochester, Vt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teacher-student relationships.,
  • High school teachers -- Attitudes.,
  • College teachers -- Attitudes.,
  • Communication in education.,
  • Sexual harassment in education.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Angela V. Woodhull.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB1033 .W66 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 147 p. ;
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL799977M
    ISBN 100870471023
    LC Control Number95036255
    OCLC/WorldCa33102105

    This book offers great suggestions for dealing with personnel that set back the goals of the school system. The points made by Whitaker are not only useful to practicing principals, but are just as important to peers of "difficult teachers"/5(20). Dealing with difficult coworkers, bosses, customers, clients, and friends is a skill worth perfecting. Dealing with difficult situations at work is challenging, yet rewarding. You can vastly improve your own work environment and morale when you Author: Susan M. Heathfield.

      The techniques for coping with the Difficult People whose descriptions make up the greater part of this book have been tried out and tested by many people who have found that they benefited in a number of ways by learning some techniques to apply in situations that formerly had left them fuming, yelling, or speechless.5/5(4). Dealing With Difficult Teachers provides tips and strategies to help school leaders improve, neutralize, or eliminate resistant and negative teachers who gossip in the teacher's lounge; consistently say it won't work when any new idea is suggested; send an excessive number of students to your office for disciplinary reasons;.

    Integrate the methods of effective salesman when dealing with difficult classroom situations. Introduce the "F" word - Fair, and develop an effective approach to working in fairness with students and parents. Demonstrate that having a focus on the future can provide a point of view that student, parent and teacher can agree on. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whitaker, Todd, Dealing with difficult teachers. Larchmont, N.Y.: Eye on Education, © (OCoLC)


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He provides a plethora of new strategies guaranteed to strengthen the weakest of school cultures that are brought down by ineffective staff members. Todd leaves readers with best practices aimed at doing what's best for kids all day, every day.".Cited by: One prevailing adage that Whitaker uses throughout the book is this: Always assume that difficult teachers want to do what is right.

If leaders treat teachers with this assumption, and act professionally in all interactions with them, the leaders will earn the respect of the other staff and can feel they did everything they could to rectify the situation/5(23). Consistently from book to book, Whitaker delivers essential survival tips for all leaders in education with his no-nonsense approach; Dealing with Difficult Teachers is another winner from Whitaker's collection/5.

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"The 3rd Edition of Dealing with Difficult Teachers is one of Todd's greatest books yet. He provides a plethora of new strategies guaranteed to strengthen the weakest of school cultures that are brought down by ineffective staff members.

This book provides tips and strategies to help school leaders improve, neutralize, or eliminate resistant and negative teachers. Learn how to handle staff members who gossip in the teacher's lounge, consistently say "it won't work" when any new idea is suggested, send an excessive number of student to your office for disciplinary reasons, undermine your efforts Cited by: In this updated second edition of the bestselling Dealing with Difficult Parents, award-winning educators Todd Whitaker and Douglas J.

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The best principal may not want to deal with difficult teachers, but he or she does it anyway. Assess your leadership style to make sure you are providing positive, proactive ways for teachers to share concerns.

Underminers may develop as a result of unnecessarily controlling, autocratic leadership, which gives few opportunities to positively resolve issues. Even if your style is more open, if you're new. Dealing with Difficult Teachers, Third Edition By Todd Whitaker (Routledge, – Learn more) Reviewed by William Evans.

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He provides a plethora of new strategies guaranteed to strengthen the weakest of school cultures that are brought down by ineffective staff members. Todd leaves readers with best practices aimed at doing what's best for kids all day, every day."/5(18).

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