Teacher Effectiveness Training: The Program Proven to Help Teachers Bring Out the Best in Students of All Ages

Teacher Effectiveness Training: The Program Proven to Help Teachers Bring Out the Best in Students of All Ages Thomas Gordon
  • Title: Teacher Effectiveness Training: The Program Proven to Help Teachers Bring Out the Best in Students of All Ages
  • Author: Thomas Gordon
  • ISBN: 9780609809327
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teacher Effectiveness Training: The Program Proven to Help Teachers Bring Out the Best in Students of All Ages Thomas Gordon Teacher Effectiveness Training The Program Proven to Help Teachers Bring Out the Best in Students of All Ages For nearly thirty years Teacher Effectiveness Training or the T E T book based on Dr Thomas Gordon s groundbreaking program has taught hundreds of thousands of teachers around the world the skills
    For nearly thirty years, Teacher Effectiveness Training, or the T.E.T book, based on Dr Thomas Gordon s groundbreaking program, has taught hundreds of thousands of teachers around the world the skills they need to deal with the inevitable student discipline problems effectively and humanely.Now revised and updated, T.E.T can mean the difference between an unproductive,For nearly thirty years, Teacher Effectiveness Training, or the T.E.T book, based on Dr Thomas Gordon s groundbreaking program, has taught hundreds of thousands of teachers around the world the skills they need to deal with the inevitable student discipline problems effectively and humanely.Now revised and updated, T.E.T can mean the difference between an unproductive, disruptive classroom and a cooperative, productive environment in which students flourish and teachers feel rewarded.You will learn What to do when students give you problems How to talk so that students will listen How to resolve conflicts so no one loses and no one gets hurt How to best help students when they re having a problem How to set classroom rules so that far less enforcement is necessary How to increase teaching and learning time
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    About Thomas Gordon


    1. Dr Thomas Gordon was an American clinical psychologist, student and later colleague of Carl Rogers He was mainly known for his Gordon Method, primarily a method to improve relationships between parents and children that was later developed into a general communication method to improve all relationships.Dr Gordon spent than 50 years teaching parents, teachers and leaders the model he developed for building effective relationships His model was based on a strong belief that the use of coercive power damages relationships As an alternative, he taught people skills for communicating and resolving conflicts that they can use to build and maintain good relationships at home, school and at work These skills, which include Active Listening, I Messages and No Lose Conflict Resolution, are now widely known and used by people around the world He first applied some of these methods in the 1950s as a consultant to business organizations Then, in the early 60s, he developed the Parent Effectiveness Training course commonly known as P.E.T and taught the first class to a group of 14 parents in a Pasadena, CA cafeteria The courses proved to be so popular with parents that he began training instructors throughout the U.S to teach it in their communities Over the next several years, the course spread to all 50 states.In recognition of his contributions to the betterment of humanity, Dr Gordon was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997, 1998 and 1999 In addition, both the American Psychological Foundation and the California Psychological Association presented him with lifetime achievement awards Gordon Training International, the company he founded in 1974, continues his work.


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    1. Though this was written in the 70 s, this book opened my eyes to how to make students responsible for their own decisions, how to let them know I heard what they said without judgment from me, how to not accept others problems as my own BIG idea for me This was my first indepth look into NOT praising a roadblock for real communicationgo figure and not interjecting my input and biases into the mix of someone else s problems, but to trust them to figure out their own solutions I resisted at first, [...]

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    2. The typical program for classroom management focuses either on discipline how to be assertive and fair or procedures how to plan ahead to avoid problems These are both useful tools, but there is a subtext to these discussions the ideal classroom is free of conflict, and if there is conflict, it is either the fault of the teacher or the student But, as any real teacher will tell you, a classroom free of conflict is a fantasy.Students and teachers can t help but bring their clashing values, hopes, [...]

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    3. There were really practical suggestions for any interaction with other humans what can be found in here is not just limited to classrooms and teacher student relationships Active Listening is the most interesting aspect from this book for me I m going to pay much attention to the attention I give others.

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    4. So, I m studying in a pedagogical university and I m striving to become a teacher Our psycology professor suggested to read this book, cause it might aid us in our future job And for once I actually think it might First of all, I found this book to be very fast paced and interesting Secondly,rather helpful The methods that are described here were not very obvious to me, but also, I feel like, rather effective I have yet to work as a teacher, but I am a camp counselor and I had issues with kids, [...]

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    5. Very nice book about effective communication, not only between teachers and students but in all kinds of relationships Easy in theory, hard in practice.

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    6. Elk peszt , hogy mennyire rt kes ez a k nyv m g ma is, pedig nem mai csirke Tulajdonk ppen szomor , hogy ennyire nem v ltozott meg az iskolai k zeg, s, hogy tov bbra is hib s modellekt l tvett rossz beidegz d sek uralkodnak a tan r di k kommunik ci ban B r kor bban ismertem volna meg a TET m dszereit de jobb k s bb, mint sose

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    7. T.E.T Teacher Effectiveness Training has been in my personal collection of professional books for many years It offers so many helpful suggestions about learning to listen to your students, value what they say and let them know how much you value them I have used it for as a reference for many college papers for classes I have taken over the years Communication skills are among the most important skills for a teacher or anyone to develop to accomplish our goals T.E.T is easy to read, written in [...]

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    8. E itim bilimlerine giri dersimizde hocam z bize bu kitab nermi ti ve devimiz de kendi alan m z zerine yaz lm bir kitap okumak oldu u i in bu kitab uygun g rd m Kitap retmenlik ile ilgili g zel eylerden bahsetmi retmenlere ve retmen adaylar na olduk a faydal bir kitap bence tavsiye ederim Kitaba 5 Kas m gibi ba lad m ve okuma s recinde bana bir eyler katt n belirtmek isterim G nl k hayattan rneklerle, diyaloglarla da anlat m zenginle tirilmi tir rencilere nas l davran lmas gerekti i olduk a g zel [...]

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    9. I read this for my classroom management class during college, and while then I thought that I wouldn t use anything in this book, I proved myself wrong during my student teaching.This book is very focused on I messages, which I used with 3rd graders and it worked very well I employed some of the other strategies with success.It s a great read for any person who works in a setting with children.

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    10. I found this interesting if not applicable to the school I work at The material is a bit outdated most schools don t do the 1960 s style power heavy teaching style any, but that part fit my school like a glove On the other hand, I m not teaching in a democracy, and my school is run like a business, so lots of the material about making students into active participants still doesn t apply.

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    11. Etkili retmenlik E itimi kitab i erisinde retmen renci ili kilerine dair rnek olaylar vard.Bu rnek olaylar okuyup rendi imde bende nas l bir retmen olaca m kurgulad m.Kitaptaki bilgiler ve olaylar retmenlik duygusunu son derece hissettirebilecek nitelikte.Her e itimcinin okumas gereken kitaplardan biri de Etkili retmenlik E itimi kitab olmal bence.Kitaptaki kavram a klamalar ve rnekler ok g zel bir ekilde ele al nm t.Tavsiye edilebilecek g zel bir kitap.

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    12. bu tarz bir kitab ilk defa okuyorum bir retmen aday olarak etkili retmenlik e itimi kitab renci retmen ili kisini g zel bir ekilde ele alm ve rneklendirmeler yap lm kitap sadece bize de il hayat n i inde de ocuklarla ileti im anlam nda herkese bir eyler katabilecek nitelikte.

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    13. Wonderful book that relates to any teacher s teaching experiences Goes over the struggles, road blocks, disciplining, communication, respect and offers perspectives for respecting students and yourself as a teacher and individual.

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    14. A very good read for teachers, highly recommended Helps with class management and discipline Very good info on i messages, among other things.Parents should read PET, Parent Effectiveness Training.

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    15. How to talk so that people will listen This is helpful for teachers but also for all human beings who wish to communicate effectively with other human beings.

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    16. There are many useful advices But important is also the conciousness that it doen t have to work everytime even when you re trying those tactics for the first time in your class

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    17. Showcases good ideas that I think I will include in my teaching, but it also seems quite preachy in some instances.

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    18. College textbook from years ago.

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