TEACHER CENTER RESOURCES
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You may come in and check out books from our library, or you may call or e-mail to have them delivered to your school via the BOCES courier.
The Teacher Center will facilitate the opportunity for teachers in corresponding grade levels or content areas across the county to meet and share.
Grade level meetings may be
set up to be spearheaded by teachers to achieve effective connections, communication
and support for educators teaching at the same level. This is an opportunity
to share ideas, concerns, instructional strategies and insights to issues and
curriculum unique to each level. It is our hope that these grade level
sessions will be a valuable connection for teachers and an opportunity for networking.
Please contact us if you would be interested in helping to facilitate a session!
CALL THE TEACHER CENTER AT (607) 281-3172
OR E-MAIL US:
Check out these new additions to our Library:
How Not To Be A Bully Target
A Program for Victims of Childhood Bullying, Grades 3-6
By Terry Centrone
Finally, a manual for teachers to help children avoid being ridiculed by bullies. Written by one of our own, Terry retired from Bath Central School after 34 years of teaching and has begun a new career, writing to help make improvements in the lives of children.
25 Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make and
How to Avoid Them
By Carolyn Orange
Gain valuable insight into how to be a more sensitive and effective teacher by analyzing the mistakes of other teachers. Learn how to avoid the most prevalent and hurtful mistakes so that students can be more successful learners.
The First Amendment in Schools
By C. Haynes, S. Chaltain, J. Ferguson, D. Hudson & O. Thomas
The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects the most basic and cherished rights in a free society—freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition. This book is a comprehensive guide to how these freedoms can be modeled and applied in every school
Motivating Students and Teachers in an
Era of Standards
By Richard Sagor
This book is a practical guide for teachers, principals, and other instructional leaders who want to take positive steps to help everyone in the school be more successful, more motivated, and more satisfied with their work.
What Great Teachers Do Differently: 14
Things That Matter Most
By Todd Whitaker
This book describes the beliefs, behaviors, attitudes, and interaction that from the fabric of life in our best classrooms and schools. It focuses on the specific things that great teachers do...that others do not.
You Have to Go to School-You’re
By Renee Rosenblum-Lowden
In this new edition of her best-selling book, Renee Rosenblum-Lowden offers pre-service, beginning, and experienced teachers new insights into developing that all-important rapport with students in managing everyday school problems.
Local museums and attractions
with an eye towards what they can offer to you and your students!
Heritage Village of the Southern Fingerlakes
The Rockwell Museum
The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum
Corning Museum of Glass