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Study Guide: What Great Teachers Do Differently
Nineteen Things That Matter Most

ISBN 9780367550004
Published July 30, 2020 by Eye on Education
100 Pages

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Book Description

Written to accompany the third edition of Todd Whitaker's bestselling title, What Great Teachers Do Differently, this study guide can be used by facilitators and participants in workshops, webinars, book study groups, or other professional development events. The guide features a variety of strategies and activities that will help teachers apply the book’s concepts to their own classroom situation, so they can get the most out of the book and increase their impact in the classroom. Each chapter includes:

Key Concepts

Discussion Questions

Journal Prompts

Group Activities

Application Strategies

With this study guide, teachers will have a fun, collaborative, meaningful tool to assist with professional growth.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Why Look at Great?

Chapter 2 It’s People, Not Programs

Chapter 3 The Power of Expectations

Chapter 4 If You Say Something, Mean It

Chapter 5 Prevention versus Revenge

Chapter 6 It Is More Than Relationships

Chapter 7 Choose The Right Mode

Chapter 8 High Expectations—for Whom?

Chapter 9 Who Is the Variable?

Chapter 10 Focus on Students First

Chapter 11 Ten Days Out of Ten

Chapter 12 Be the Filter

Chapter 13 Don’t Need to Repair—Always Do Repair

Chapter 14 The Ability to Ignore

Chapter 15 Intentionalness

Chapter 16 Base Every Decision on the Best People

Chapter 17 In Every Situation, Ask Who Is Most Comfortable and Who Is Least Comfortable

Chapter 18 Put Yourself in Their Position

Chapter 19 What About These Darn Standardized Tests?

Chapter 20 Make It Cool to Care

Chapter 21 Clarify Your Core

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Todd Whitaker (@toddwhitaker) is a leading presenter in the field of education and has written more than 50 books including the bestseller What Great Principals Do Differently. He is a professor of educational leadership at the University of Missouri.