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Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Other Principles of Great Teaching

by Robyn R. Jackson

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Robyn Jackson, a National Board Certified teacher, discusses the seven principles that can help educators at any level improve their practice and become master teachers.
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To my grandparents, Dorothy L. Colbert-Blake, Robert T. Colbert Sr., Grace E. Jackson, and the late John F. Jackson II, who never had the opportunities I now enjoy. Thank you all for your sacrifice and your lavish, unfettered love.
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I am going to say something scandalous: Just because we went to school for teaching doesn’t mean that we come out of school as master teachers.
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