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This book focuses on thirty-three rules or principles that educators often fail to pay heed to in their professional activity. These are rules that are vaguely articulated or even left unsaid when preparing contemporary teachers. Teaching Is More Than Pedagogical Practice also helps teachers cope with a wide range of confusing and challenging situations. Among other things, the author recommends that educators: -
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