The children need experienced teachers to last and be there when they need them.~Bill Hoatson
GREENSBORO, Fla. (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Author Bill Hoatson has a vast experience as a teacher, having been one since 1975. He came to the realization that children from disadvantaged backgrounds also deserve a good shot at a successful life. His publication, “Lessons Learned the Hard Way: 16 Things Every Teacher Should Know” (published by Xlibris), teaches how to create successful children through education, regardless what their life experience or abilities may be.
Based on 35 years of experience teaching children in economically depressed areas, Hoatson highlights the plight of children who struggle academically through no fault of their own. There are many factors that may affect a child in reaching their full potential, such as forces of poverty, violence, crime and negativity. They create a totally different child than those who come from a background of wealth, stable family unit, and a stimulating and secure environment. Children should not deal with more stress, thus he proposes that schools need to be a joyful place, set up specifically so that they experience a constant stream of success academically and emotionally.
This book is an entertaining and informative textbook on the philosophy and methodology of teaching children from stressed backgrounds. It is a roadmap for teachers who otherwise often burn out dealing with so many difficult issues and demands. “The children need experienced teachers to last and be there when they need them,” says Hoatson.
Illuminating and enlightening, “Lessons Learned the Hard Way: 16 Things Every Teacher Should Know” grapples with schools and children’s most important problems as told through hundreds of the author’s experiences.
“Lessons Learned the Hard Way: 16 Things Every Teacher Should Know”
By Bill Hoatson
Softcover | 6x9 in | 168 pages | ISBN 9781493180516
E-Book | 168 pages | ISBN 9781493180509
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Bill Hoatson is a 1975 graduate of Florida State University with a B.S. Degree in Early Childhood Education. He later became certified in Exceptional Education. He spent his life teaching in economically stressed areas of North Florida and South Georgia. His role as an educator has covered virtually every grade level. He also served as Vice President of the Gadsden Classroom Teachers Association.
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