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Infographic: What Makes An Effective Teacher? Part II

 
 

 

 

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Hertz Furniture is proud to present the What Makes An Effective Teacher? infographic series!  Environmental influences such as classroom resources, appropriate class size and comfortable lighting, temperature and air quality are just a few of the things that make an effective teacher.

 

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See Part I: What Makes An Effective Teacher? Teacher Influences by clicking here! Share your thoughts with us on What Makes An Effective Teacher and stay tuned for Part III (student influences) of the Hertz Furniture What Makes an Effective Teacher Infographic Series!

 

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