The beginning of a new school year is full of excitement - and anxiety - but not just for students. New teachers seeped in the myths of super teachers of print and film and filled with visions of working worders with students have some tough lessons to learn, according to classroom veterans who tell it like it is in a new book, "Oops: What We Learn When Our Teaching Fails."
Hyatt, Kay, "First Day Jitters: Teachers Have Them, Too" (1996). General University of Maine Publications. 1794.
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