by dede faltot rittman

After thirty-seven years of teaching, Dede Rittman has something to say to those entering the profession.

Students do judge you by your appearance—and appearance includes everything from your perfume to how much “bling” is your thing.

Students come to school with many problems, and the role of “teacher” requires more than just knowing subject matter.

Students will try harder when they believe the teacher “likes” them. Show students that you are a pleasant person – but remember that you are the teacher, not their friend.

Students share qualities of a “good” and a “not so good” teacher with Dede, and she shares their list with you – a must-see for new teachers!

Students have successes and failures and real feelings. To be a good teacher, remember that you are not teaching a subject, you are teaching human beings.

"Student Teaching: The Inside Scoop from a Master Teacher" will make certain the novice enters the classroom as a master of the three C’s—Confidence, Communication, and Creativity.



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