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About the Author

Ron Clark has been named "American Teacher of the Year" by Disney and was Oprah Winfrey's pick as her first "Phenomenal Man." He founded The Ron Clark Academy, which more than 10,000 educators from around the world have visited for professional development.

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Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
1971
Sexo
male
Nacionalidade
USA
Educação
East Carolina University
Ocupação
teacher

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Resenhas

adult nonfiction; education. These 55 rules are unlikely to be implemented by any other teachers, but no one will disagree that teaching kids manners and respect is something too often overlooked, and thus may be worth a quick scan, if nothing else. Much more valuable are the "tips for teachers" at the end of the book, which includes a good system for establishing discipline in class.
 
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reader1009 | outras 15 resenhas | Jul 3, 2021 |
Mr. Clark offers some helpful tips and advice. I certainly took down a few notes that I will use, but overall a very cornball read . . . a little too reminiscent of Norman Vincent Peale and his "power of positive thinking."
 
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mbellucci | outras 15 resenhas | Apr 10, 2021 |
Generally an easy and worthy read. In general, this book has a lot of good ideas embedded in it. I have some qualms that irk me slightly. Some of his tips on how to be a "runner" (top-performers) that he describes are descriptive, not prescriptive. For an example, it is possible to be there early and dressed in white tie, and be a "rider" (contributes very little to the organization). Also, I did not notice much in the way of a "runner" being someone who applies their efforts in a thoughtful and conscientious manner. (Actually, I have heard some high achieving people describe a programmer as someone who is lazy in a sense. That is do not do something again and again if it can be programmed. A good programmer will do this rather than do completing a task many times over.) Finally, I was disconcerted by including multitasking as part of the regular nature of a multitasker. Multitasker can be fine at the right time and a place, but I am wary of doing it as a matter of course.… (mais)
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aevaughn | Dec 19, 2018 |
I really liked this book. Though I did not completely agree with all of his rules ( I think the Doritos one is kind of stupid) , I did like a great many of them. He makes the reading fun and really interesting. I hope that once I start teaching I can use some of his ideas as well as be as easy going as he seems to be.
 
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LVStrongPuff | outras 15 resenhas | Nov 29, 2018 |

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Obras
5
Membros
1,504
Popularidade
#17,083
Avaliação
½ 3.7
Resenhas
22
ISBNs
85
Idiomas
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