Create Your Dream Classroom
Save Your Sanity, Escape the Rut, Sharpen Your Skills
Create Your Dream Classroom provides tips and strategies to help you do just what the title suggests: create the classroom you’ve always wanted. Designed to help new teachers conquer the learning curve and to bring fresh ideas to veterans, it’s the perfect resource for Christian teachers.
Now available on Amazon as an e-book and coming to paperback in 2014.
The book consists of fifty short daily readings particularly designed to save the sanity of new teachers and to bring fresh ideas and insights to veterans. Included are hands-on activities, journal prompts, and an interactive experience with a growing community of Christian teachers.
Create Your Dream Classroom is the perfect resource for Christian teachers who are one of the following:
- Still learning: If you’re just finishing up your first or second year of teaching, this book is definitely the right resource for you. I share strategies that transformed my classroom and saved my sanity, and they can do the same thing for you.
- Looking for new ideas: When you’ve been teaching for a while, it’s easy to just do the same things you’ve always done. This book will provide some fresh insight and ideas to help you get out of the rut.
- Wanting to grow: Even if your classroom is humming along, there’s always something more to learn. This book will help you sharpen your skills and will also allow you to share your experience and advice with other teachers who need it.
What people are saying about Create Your Dream Classroom:
The beginner will find many, many things that will help them to find direction and organization in their teaching. The veteran teacher will find encouraging reminders to get back on track in certain areas. - Rick S., math teacher for over 25 years
I love your book! It’s totally great! I wish I had it for even before I became a teacher It’s such a great resource for the basics and foundational issues for classroom management and organization. – Carol C., HS science teacher and college nursing instructor for 2 years
Simple, easy to understand–straight to the point. I wish I could have read this the summer after my first year! – Kate O., English/history teacher for 6 years