This is the third in a series of four posts about my recent book adventure. This month I read a wonderful book by Randi Stone called Best Practices for Elementary What Award-Winning Teachers Do which I intend to review over the coming days. Check out Post One or Post Two if you missed them. So for my third post, I am going to tell you my overall opinion:
I really enjoyed this book and feel it is one of the most useful books I have read so far in my credentialing program. Perhaps because this book gives so many different ideas and clearly is presenting them from a variety of different perspectives. It covers teaching a wide variety of subjects and best practices for classroom management as well. If the ones for middle and high school versions are similar then I would totally suggest checking them out if that is your level of instruction.