Teachers Teaching Teachers

Wit, Wisdom, and Whimsey for Troubled Times

by Geneal G. Cantrell (Author) Gregory L. Cantrell (Author)
©2005 Textbook XII, 148 Pages


Teachers Teaching Teachers focuses on basic guiding principles that give direction to, sustain, and renew educators on their journey toward educating their students. These principles are based on the characteristics and behaviors observed in successful teachers’ classrooms. Topics include building relationships, motivation, communication, class management, humor, stress management, professional growth, and the power of the profession. Although explicit and implied theory is embedded, Teachers Teaching Teachers uses real life reflections and stories about schools and classrooms to connect, illustrate, and solidify theoretical concepts. This approach creates an inspiring, reflective, and practical delivery system for the understanding and internalization of these principles.


XII, 148
ISBN (Softcover)
classrooms basic guiding group learning teaching teacher building relationships
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2003, 2005, 2006. XII, 148 pp.

Biographical notes

Geneal G. Cantrell (Author) Gregory L. Cantrell (Author)

The Authors: Geneal G. Cantrell has taught at the elementary (remedial to gifted), undergraduate, and graduate levels. She currently serves as Teacher-in-Residence at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Gregory L. Cantrell has been a teacher, coach, principal, and district-level administrator. He currently serves as Director of Personnel in Spartanburg School District Six in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Geneal and Greg have over forty-five years of combined school experience and have presented at numerous state and national conferences.


Title: Teachers Teaching Teachers