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Children learn according to their natural abilities, but they have to be motivated to acquire new skills. Teachers must also learn to connect with each student individually. Childhood education prepares them for a better future and real learning begins in an efficient classroom. Connect for Classroom Success: A Mentoring Guide for Teachers K-12 is a work that explains to them how to relate to students, co-workers, and parents. This guide points out that being a teacher is not only about getting along with children, but also involves interaction with all those adults who are part of the community. R. Janet Walraven M.Ed. provides a complete perspective on creating a healthy learning environment for students and teachers.
In Connect for Classroom Success, R. Janet Walraven, M.Ed. shows her love for children and education. She understands that sometimes problems don't originate in the classroom but flow from external situations that stress children. Teachers can help by talking with family members or tutors. I liked this perspective because Walraven doesn't limit herself to teaching tips. She cares about helping children and creating a healthy environment. She also discusses taking advantage of the available time to be more productive in and out of the classroom. There are other important tasks such as grading tests outside of class time. What I liked most is that this guide provides many examples of common scenarios and suggests answers to all kinds of challenges. It doesn't matter if you have been a teacher for years or are new, because this guide will help create an excellent framework for learning.