Five Standards for Effective Teaching

Author: Stephanie Stoll Dalton

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780787980931

Category: Education

Page: 304

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An acclaimed, research-based framework for promoting excellence Based on a proven instructional model distilled over years of research, this book focuses on five essential pedagogy standards for guiding teaching practice in classrooms with diverse students, including English learners. Providing key indicators for each standard along with the theoretical rationale and "best practice" strategies, the book offers teachers invaluable guidance for enhancing language, literacy, thinking, and content learning across the curricula. It also provides advice on creating classroom groupings for differentiating lessons and activities and includes extensive examples of practices from real-life classrooms. Stephanie Stoll Dalton, Ed.D., has taught diverse students from first to twelfth grade, community college, and as a teacher educator. She has consulted widely on teacher quality. She is currently with the U.S. Department of Education
The Effective Teaching of Religious Education

Author: Brenda Watson

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 1405824107

Category: History

Page: 240

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This volume integrates theory and practice, encouraging debate and reflection on a broad range of issues in what is often regarded as a complex and controversial subject area. It has been updated to look at the place of Christianity in RE, and to examine the purpose of RE, and its relationship to other subjects.
Effective Teaching

Author: Elizabeth Perrott

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317870340

Category: Education

Page: 208

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This book is a practical guide designed for teachers and trainee teachers to help them improve their teaching skills. It presents a concise and readable introduction to the basic techniques and procedures required in the classroom together with practical exercises designed to develop skills.
Effective Teaching

Author: Daniel Muijs

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446259559

Category: Education

Page: 368

View: 162

Lecturers, why waste time waiting for the post to arrive? Click on the above icon and receive your e-inspection copy today! This new edition updates the successful 2005 edition with the latest research on effective teaching and learning. Appropriate for primary and secondary, the authors continue to provide a broad and comprehensive overview of what is now a large body of knowledge on effective teaching. The authors maintain their user-friendly style and the structure which takes in generic teaching skills; teaching for specific goals; subject specific strategies and other classroom issues. New to this edition: - updated research evidence - a greater cultural breadth including international research - diversity in the classroom; values and beliefs - assessment for learning Points for reflection and further reading have also been included to help encourage readers to become reflective practitioners. This book is essential reading for education students, including all PGCE and BA courses, as well as teachers and educational researchers. Daniel Muijs is Professor of Education at University of Southampton. David Reynolds is Professor of Education at University of Plymouth.
Effective Teaching

Author: Shelley B. Harris

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781641132268

Category: Education

Page: 197

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What is effective teaching and what pedagogical models are being used in teacher education and evaluation? The purpose of this book is for current educators to share their effective practices in higher education—the program demographics, the vision, the preparation, the process, and the outcome. This book is a peer-reviewed, edited volume of essays written by current university professors that critically examines the phenomenon of best practices in teacher education, evaluation and education more broadly.
Effective Teaching of Modern Languages

Author: Colin Wringe

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317885948

Category: Education

Page: 168

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This book outines the aims listed in the National Criteria for Modern Languages, which appears in all GCSE language syllabuses. It examines the changes these have brought about in course and lesson planning and content, and the teaching of the various language skills. Detailed descriptions of teaching techniques are provided and each chapter contains a further reading list to help both established and trainee teachers review and develop their classroom practice.
Behavior Analysis for Effective Teaching

Author: Julie S. Vargas

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415526791

Category: EDUCATION

Page: 370

View: 373

This book shows teachers and other human service professionals working in school settings how to employ non-aversive, behavior analysis principles in classrooms and other school settings. Marked by its clear writing and multitude of real-classroom examples, this book is appropriate for undergraduate and graduate courses in teacher education, special education, school psychology, and school counseling. Behavior Analysis for Effective Teaching makes a perfect text for one of the five required courses for the Credentialing Exam of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board (BACB). Outstanding features include: • A classroom focus that seamlessly integrates behavior management with effective classroom instruction. • Up-to-date research covering topics such as tag teaching, precision teaching, verbal behavior, autism, and computer-aided instruction. • Pedagogical strategies including in-chapter quizzes and problem-solving exercises. • A companion website featuring instructor test banks, illustrative videos, and further resources.
Observation Skills for Effective Teaching

Author: Gary D. Borich

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317255338

Category: Education

Page: 340

View: 636

Thoroughly updated for the new era of Common Core Standards, this seventh edition of Observational Skills for Effective Teaching is vital in this time of educational change. It offers a detailed, yet easily accessible, handbook for teachers to prepare for and design their first classroom experiences. Updated with the newest research on effective teaching and learning, the book cogently introduces such topics as learning climate, classroom management, and lesson clarity with the newest findings that lead to desirable cognitive, social, and emotional outcomes in learners.
Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning

Author: Zala Fashant

Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC

ISBN: 9781642670073

Category: Education

Page: 352

View: 692

Designing courses to deliver effective teaching and significant learning is the best way to set students up for success, and this book guides readers through the process. The authors have worked with faculty world-wide, and share the stories of how faculty have transformed courses from theory to practice. They start with Dee Fink’s foundation of integrating course design. Then they provide additional design concepts to expand the course blueprint to implement plans for communication, accessibility, technology integration, as well as the assessment of course design as it fits into the assessment of programs and institutions, and how faculty can use what they learn to meet their professional goals.