Even though hardcopy books will always hold their value, we can’t deny that there have been numerous books made available online for anyone to access them. In this article, we will be looking at free online books for teachers.
You may ask the reason for the upsurge in online learning, well, it is not far-fetched. Technology has made it possible for us to have virtual platforms where you can log in and learn or read at your own pace, irrespective of your location.
This development is welcoming, and hence gives room for many things to come into play. Today, you see things like online free books for teenagers, online books for third graders, and many other online books. Another beauty of these online materials is that most of the time, they are accessed freely. What a gift!
In this post, I have carefully compiled most books you can read online for free as a teacher. These books will broaden your horizon in the teaching profession and also help you in learning how to carry out your duties effectively. All you need is to have smart devices like laptops or tablets, and also the internet to be able to access the books.
Free Online Books For Teachers
Without further ado, here are the free online books meant for teachers. I will list and explain them one after the other for you to get a glimpse of what each book is talking about.
I implore you to follow me closely as we take this ride.
- The Teaching Millionaire: How Anyone Can Teach Online & Earn Money
- Speed Reading By Travis O’ Ryan
- The Contemporary Classroom Management Manual
- Using Brainpower In The Classroom: Five Steps To Accelerate Learning
- Power To Teach: Learning Through Practice
- Subject Learning In The Primary Curriculum: Issue In English Science And Maths
- Trainer’s Guide For Children’s Workshop, 6- 8 Years Old
- Teaching With Technology: Language Educators Talking Tech
- Teacher’s Work In A Globalizing Economy
- Preparing Students For College And Careers
1. The Teaching Millionaire: How Anyone Can Teach Online & Earn Money
The teaching millionaire: how anyone can teach online & earn money is the first on our list of free online books for teachers. This book focuses on teaching you how you can teach online and earn money even if you are new to the teaching profession or a seasoned teacher.
The book teaches you things like; how to set up your online classroom, strategic ways to pass any interview and negotiate your salary, ESL secrets that will turn your first-time students into raving fans, best classroom strategies to make you teach effectively, and many others.
The book is published by TeachRightNow.net
2. Speed Reading By Travis O’ Ryan
Speed Reading By Travis O’ Ryan is the next on our list of online books available for teachers for free. The book aims at teaching you ways to learn and read faster than usual and be more productive. It teaches you techniques and scientific methods that will help you become a fast reader.
The book contains things such as; what speed reading means, the benefits of speed reading, how to make speed reading a habit, tips to read faster, secret strategies to develop speed reading skills more quickly, and many others.
The book is published by WhiteFlowerPublishing.
3. The Contemporary Classroom Management Manual
The Contemporary Classroom Management Manual is meant for teachers of all year levels and teaches practical knowledge, strategies, and philosophies which help in the development of a safe and convenient environment for learning.
This book is a behavior management guidebook whose author has over 32 years of experience as a teacher. It was published by Peter Miles.
4. Using Brainpower In The Classroom: Five Steps To Accelerate Learning
This is another free online book for teachers targeted at teaching teachers how to incorporate the best of recent brain-based research into their teaching. The book is a realistic and practical model.
The book teaches things like; making learning multi-sensory, matching types of learning to the gender of pupils, ensuring activities match the dominant intelligence of the learner, managing the classroom environment to be active, using the lesson structure to fit the natural attention span of the brain, and many others.
This book is written by Steve Garnett, and published by Taylor & Francis.
5. Power To Teach: Learning Through Practice
Power to teach: learning through practice is among the free books available for teachers to read online. The book contains things such as what should be in a teacher’s professional training, essential skills, knowledge, and attitudes expected from an effective teacher, etc.
The book also looks at the apprenticeship and teach-exemplar models of training as well as offers new perspectives on current practice and policy in teacher education today. It is written by Wendy Robinson and published by Taylor & Francis.
6. Subject Learning In The Primary Curriculum: Issue In English Science And Maths
This book emphasizes subject knowledge in the primary syllabus, with an introduction to the national curriculum and the appointment of subject coordinators in schools. It is divided into five parts; part one talks about primary education’s general objective, which gives more insights into UK curriculum development.
Then, the core subjects of English, science, and mathematics were discussed in parts two, three, and four, while part five contains vital debates about approaches to knowledge and raises issues about the development of the curriculum in the future.
7. Trainer’s Guide For Children’s Workshop, 6- 8 Years Old
This is the next on our list of online teacher’s books available for free. It carries detailed training workshops that aid in teaching children between six to eight years old.
It is a manual guide for instilling universal knowledge and contains eleven training workshops. Each of the workshop training can stand on its own and does not depend on another for completion as they carry different ideas.
The workshop training has no chronological order. The trainer/ teacher can start wherever looks appropriate for the students.
8. Teaching With Technology: Language Educators Talking Tech
This book stressed the importance of working with technology. It contains stories of educators who adapted and worked with technology that made their classrooms (virtual or traditional) better.
The book speaks on the advantages technology has brought into teaching, whereby classroom practices can be done with a broad representation of languages, and also the ability to personalize one’s experience with electronic devices such as smartphones or computers.
9. Teacher’s Work In A Globalizing Economy
Teacher’s work in a globalizing economy explains how the teachers are experiencing vital changes in their work simultaneously, and their response to it.
The book went further to show that how the processes at work in the economy can impact, and even control the role of the teachers. This book is recommended for teachers who want to accommodate, resist or redefine their roles by having an understanding of how globalization affects teaching.
10. Preparing Students For College And Careers
This is another free online book for teachers that talks about the measurement and research issues relating to college and career readiness. It contains the initiatives the United States has adopted to improve postsecondary career readiness. These include legislating new developmental education policies for colleges and universities, redesigning assessments and performance levels, developing new content standards, etc.
The book is edited by Katie Larsen McClarty, Krista D. Mattern, and Matthew N. Gaertner
I am sure that at this juncture, you have seen a book that interests you out of all I have listed. I wish you luck as you go get it and devour the pages to get the full content.
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