The Teacher's Hook is a new book release in Nonfiction - Education on Amazon.com and eBooks.
Online PR News – 26-July-2016 – Braselton/GA – The Teacher's Hook, written by modest high school teacher, Dr. Jim Kay, reveals the psychology behind getting students involved in the classroom and having them want to return the next day.
Teachers get into the education profession to make an impact, but with overwhelming classroom management struggles, many quickly find they aren't reaching every student. The Teacher's Hook gives easy to understand student engagement concepts for any teacher, at any grade level (even college).
Teachers face discipline issues that escalate into situations which disrupt the learning environment. With The Teacher's Hook, even seasoned professionals learn how to eliminate most of these problems before they occur, and also how to properly deal with them when they do arise.
The buzz word administrators have been using for years, collaboration, is explained with the simple steps to finally please the principal.
Make-up work policies, and several teaching strategies put the burden to learn the material on the student. This policy eliminates blame and arguments. It also improves the passing rate for the course.
What if you could effortlessly increase daily attendance? What if you could eliminate failures and parent complaints, while decreasing student misbehavior? What if You Could . . . Make an Impact . . . Feel Good About Teaching Again . . . and Be Remembered? Learn the secrets of The Teacher's Hook.
The print version can be purchased through Amazon.com and is available in the U.S. and throughout Europe. The eBook can be purchased through Smashwords.com, Amazon, Barnes and Noble Nook, and many others.
The author has two other books published – Goliath vs. David and God, I'm Listening. He lives with his wife and three children in Braselton, Georgia, located just north of Atlanta. You can read more of Dr. Jim Kay’s works at his website, http://drjimk.webs.com/
Paperback: 222 Pages, b & w
6 x 9 inches
For more information, please contact: Dr. Jim Kay: DocJKay@gmail.com