August 13th, 2008
In an August 10 story in the “Philadelphia Inquirer” about challenges that rookie teachers face, professor Kevin Zook cautions, “One of the biggest mistakes I have observed in new teachers is the desire to be liked their students. They then err on the side of being too lenient and casual in their interactions with students.”
This is the third installment of advice for teachers that referenced Zook.
“Opening day: Start of new school year brings challenges for rookie teachers” is not available online.
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