Research Based Actions for Teaching!

by Yadvinder

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Today while reviewing June 2015 Professionally speaking, I learned that as an occasional teacher it might be a good idea to come prepared with puzzles and brain teasers to help students develop their problem-solving skills and hands-on tactile games is also a good idea so I looked on pinterest and they have some awesome ideas (Ivanova, 2015).  Then also I found the link to bit.ly/16mofMi which is called Professional Practice research archive (http://www.oct.ca/members/research) which is perfect for me as I am interested in finding research based practices to implement while teaching, came across some interesting books, was happy that some are e-books that can be downloaded here are three that look interesting:

Substitute teaching : everything you need for success / Sidney W. Gilford.

The ultimate supply teacher's handbook / Deborah Hughes.

The classroom teacher's survival guide : practical strategies, management techniques, and reproducibles for new and experienced teachers / Ronald L. Partin ; foreword by Stephen G. Barkley.