Top 10 Books For Teachers 2022 Edition
Every teacher has to improve him/her self for improving his/her way of teaching.
There are some books for teachers which helps them to become a better teacher. many teachers are lifelong learners they are always interested about learning new books and developing their skills.
What School Could Be by Ted Dintersmith
What It’s About: In this book travelogue from American classrooms about teachers who help children thrive under difficult circumstances.
Why Teachers Should Read it: Dintersmith provides exiting story to warm your heart along with reasons to be hopeful that the change we need will come from today’s students and the teachers who lead them. Read this book if you became a teacher to help children thrive; you will feel connected to the thousands of other teachers motivated by this same value.
The Teacher Wars: A History of America’s Most Embattled Profession by Dana Goldstein
What It’s About: The history of public education and women as educators in America.
Why Teachers Should Read it: Goldstein looks at the historic roots of teaching as a women’s profession. Especially compelling is her extensive historical research; she takes the reader on a journey of public education in America from the 1830s to the present day. This book is perfect if you want to learn about how gender disparity in teacher salaries came to be.
Enticing Hard to Reach Readers by Ruth Ayres
What It’s About: Encouraging kids to write in order to heal from traumatic experiences.
Why Teachers Should Read it: Ayers, a professional development coordinator and mother of four, presents easily adaptable techniques for teaching writing. She presents scientific evidence on childhood trauma and brain research, and inspires teachers to be persistent writing coaches with personal anecdotes and practical strategies. This book is great for any teacher who works with children from troubled backgrounds.
Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover
What It’s About: A homeschooled child of survivalist parents remembers her difficult but ultimately triumphant transition to mainstream life.
Why Teachers Should Read it: Westover recounts her journey and helps the reader see mainstream society from the eyes of a child who never stepped foot in a classroom but went on to achieve academic excellence anyway. This is a story about tenacity and grit and is a good choice for anyone looking to confirm their belief in the powers of personal fortitude and education.
I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban
What It’s About: Malala Yousafzai, the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, tells her personal story of her fight for girls’ education in Pakistan.
Why Teachers Should Read it: If you are looking for a young hero, Malala is your girl. Her memoir is a must-read for anyone passionate about education for girls. This book is a stark reminder that warfare and religious fundamentalism have been detrimental to girls around the world.
These are the best books for teachers, with these books teachers can improve there self’s, skills.