Implementing Your Rationale and Becoming a Mentor

by: John E. Penick and Robin Lee Harris

In this chapter, the authors discuss how you can implement your rationale in the classroom and use it to become a mentor to others. As you develop and implement research-based rationale for teaching, you will find yourself changing—teaching and communicating with others more effectively and achieving better results in the classroom. This chapter describes how you can implement and make these changes systematically and inspire others to do likewise.


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Type Book ChapterPub Date 1/1/2005

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