Brock linguist’s new book helps teachers avoid professional burnout

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Brock linguist’s new book helps teachers avoid professional burnout

Published on September 10 2012


Are you a teacher caught up in a career “computer loop,” where every day is the same thing over and over again, like a never-ending Groundhog Day? Has lesson planning become so rote that it has become virtually meaningless?

What you may need is a good dose of reflective practice. And linguist Thomas Farrell is there to provide it.

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