The Don't Sweat Guide for Teachers: Cutting Through the Clutter So That Every Day Counts Cutting Through the Clutter So That Every Day Counts (Paperback)
|Author: Richard (FRW)/ Don't Sweat Press (EDT) Carlson||Editor: Don''t Sweat Press||Foreword By: Richard Carlson|
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|Homework, report cards, and attendance. Teachers can get so bogged down by paperwork that often they forget why they teach. Published near the end of the school year, this guide is the perfect gift for teachers to remind them how they can change students' lives.|
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Homework, report cards, and attendance. Teacher can get so bogged down by paperwork that often they forget why they teach. Published near the end of the school year, this guide is the perfect gift for teachers to remind them how they can change students' lives.Provides teachers with advice on adapting to the stresses of the classroom and establishing a supportive environment for their students.
One of the more positive of the self-help authors, Richard Carlson was the author of DON'T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF, which spent two years on the New York Times best seller list, and spawned a million-dollar industry worldwide. His deceptively simple message of relaxation, stress reduction, and focus on the present struck a cord with business people as well as general readers, and Carlson became a sought-after speaker. He appeared on Oprah and had a series on PBS in addition to writing a newspaper column. Carlson got his Ph.D. from Sierra University, trained as a psychologist, and practiced psychotherapy before writing his breakthrough book.