Pohan, Cathy A.
September 2009
New Teacher Advocate;Fall2009, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p2
The article discusses the priorities of teachers that include establishing positive teacher-student relationships, securing a positive and respectful learning community in the classroom and establishing positive student-student relationships that educators can spend their time on to get increased instructional time. The author also says that focused priorities and sound educational investments throughout the school year results to successful teaching.


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