Top 5 Books when you are a Beginner Teacher

Once you graduate, it’s time to prove yourself in your first teaching job. We’ve all been a student and we pretty much know what to expect, we know the reactions and we have some idea of ​​their behavior. But it’s never obvious the first few days of school, here are some free ones that might help you as a beginner.

Survival manual for teachers (even beginners)

A book by François Muller, a real guide to succeed in passing the course of the first day in front of students, with the title of teacher. He addresses all the pedagogical aspects to be able to be a good teacher and know how to manage his class. There are many situations, problems and their solutions. The teacher will be able to test himself and establish lines of work.

Situation analyzes for a good start in teaching

Situation analyzes for a good start in teaching

A book written by authors Françoise Clerc, Sophie Genès, Nicole Priou and published in the editions Hachette Éducation, 2011. It is a book that deals with real facts, drawn from a teacher beginning from kindergarten to high school. These are testimonies, as well as analyzes allowing to know their experiences. Put yourself directly in the shoes of these teachers to succeed in living your own.

Good start in teaching

Good start in teaching

Book written by Françoise Clerc, it’s a book that talks about the concrete, which highlights 5 situations, and deals with them from A to Z. In the support of students, the creation of educational content, but also to go more away and devote time to associations or educational movement. You will end with some benchmarks to fully understand the teaching profession.

Pass your first class… and the following ones!

Pass your first class ... and the following ones!

A book by Ostiane Mathon, which highlights indications for establishing know-how and knowing how to be. This book was written thanks to testimonials, to be able to set up self-evaluations, a real guide for young teachers.

The ABCs of teachers 123 keys to teaching

The ABCs of teachers 123 keys to teaching

Ideal for beginner teachers and for those who want to improve their practice. Written by Christian Daujeard and Philippe Surrel, they wrote it in the form of a manual made up of 4 parts giving advice but also tools for success. In addition to the book you can enjoy a DVD, if you want to go further.

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