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I remember my first years of teaching as a graduate were hairy, precarious and yet somehow joyful. It was a new career path for me and I was learning as much about myself as I was the profession. I am thankful for those that took a chance on me and helped me to grow and mature.
Here are nine books I wish that I had on my bookshelf when I started and I feel that they would be a good investment for graduate teachers. Various topics are covered in the books that, after years of hearing new teachers talk, are the ones that are most mentioned; class management, parents, and most importantly, encouragement.
Teaching is not an easy job and these 9 books should serve you well. I encourage you to add recommendations that have helped you in the comment section.