Over the centuries, multitudes of women and men have gone into teaching as their chosen profession. Most successful instructors find joy in teaching and are glad to share that joy with others.
Harry Hazel is one teacher who has found his forty years in the classroom highly satisfying. In this book, he not only includes insights from other Canadian and American teachers he once interviewed, but he primarily reflects on a long and happy career.
While the material in this book is slanted toward college teaching, many of the techniques could also be applied to other levels of instruction, such as elementary, secondary, or adult education.
Key principles include
Polishing your speaking skills
Taking the pain out of writing
Making the joy last