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The Teacher: A shocking and gripping crime thriller – NOT for the faint-hearted!

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Patriarchal biases harm everyone in the classroom, which is why Matt Pinkett and Mark Roberts take a deeper look into how educators teach their male students in Boys Don't Try? Rethinking Masculinity in Schools. From disappointing academic results to sexist attitudes to struggling to express emotions, this book explains how schools can create a positive environment for learning for male and female students alike.

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Learn how to develop a child-centred teaching approach with Sarah Martin-Denham’s Co-producing SMART Targets for Children with SEND: Capturing the Authentic Voice of Children, Young People and their Caregivers, which uses contributions from a wide range of schools at multiple student age levels. Each chapter of this educational book provides teachers with experiential case studies and activities to help caregivers and young people understand their aspirations, strengths and challenges. Designed for both mainstream and specialised classrooms, this text also shows how to teach students to capture their authentic voices. With her marriage at risk, her son suspended and her job on the line, Elizabeth goes down the rabbit hole in her quest for absolution. Each student brings their unique experience into the classroom and that should be celebrated — not criticized or ignored. No Outsiders: Everyone Different, Everyone Welcome: Preparing Children for Life in Modern Britain by Andrew Moffat emphasises this ethos of inclusion and tolerance. As a practising teacher, Moffat offers his firsthand experience supporting students and their differences. This book also includes handy lesson plans for classes from Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) to Year 6 to help guide fellow teachers.

The teacher was my first book by Danielle Stewart and it certainly won’t be my last. I absolutely loved this book. I was hooked right from the start and finished it within 24 hours. Christina M. Rau is the author of the sci-fi fem poetry collection, Liberating The Astronauts (Aqueduct Press, 2017), and the chapbooks WakeBreatheMove (Finishing Line Press, 2015) and For The Girls, I (Dancing Girl Press, 2014). In her non-writing life, she teaches yoga occasionally and line dances on other occasions.

The Teacher: A Shocking and Compelling New Crime Thriller

Education is a constantly evolving field. Today’s teaching techniques and practices are completely different from what they were even five or 10 years ago. Similarly, student needs and expectations have changed as well. Because I simply do not know. No one knows your students, subject, school, culture, challenges, constraints and opportunities like you. Elizabeth, a high school teacher, appears to have the perfect adult life—she has a beautiful house a teenage son, and a seemingly loving husband. When one of her students, Daisy, appears upset during class—she questions her to make sure she is okay. Elizabeth discovers that Daisy was sexually assaulted at a party—but by WHO??Olson, Steven E. (1990). "Rev. of Jelinek, The Piano Teacher". The Antioch Review. 48 (2): 258. JSTOR 4612211. What a situation to find yourself in, which way do you turn in something like this, do you follow your maternal instinct or do you believe your pupil? This novel had so many twists. Teaching is so much more than teaching curriculum and you hope your students are doing well, but sadly we have no idea what some students home-life is like.

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I enjoyed the students' opinions on the book discussion: "a blank canvas" and "love bombing." How older men with power or wealth seek out young women because they are looking for someone who hasn't yet found their identity. I currently live in Charlotte, North Carolina with my husband and seven year old son. I have perfected the ability to write in a noisy house and create story lines while folding laundry. But when Daisy comes to me in the classroom with tears in her eyes, trusting me with her confession, I vow that she won’t suffer the same fate I did. But what can I do? I love my son. I need to believe him no matter what.

Meet Elizabeth, who has had a rough, traumatic life (you sympathize with her). She was left alone to protect and care for her little sister Jules at a young age, with an abusive father in jail most of the time and a mother in a mental hospital. Yes, there are some over-the-top moments; however, an entertaining domestic suspense thriller, I could not put down. Great characterization! I loved Elizabeth's character— for fans of authors Robyn Harding, Wendy Walker, Michele Campbell, and Mary Kubica. My first book by the author, and I look forward to reading more! I do not have a green thumb. I have the kind of thumb that kills any type of plant ever given to me. Whatever kind of thumb that is... I have it.

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