Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice

Author: Robert Wandberg

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: PSU:000048372220

Category: Student teaching

Page: 314

View: 791

Using a workbook format, Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice: A Workbook to Prepare and Guide a Successful Teaching Experience is a book designed to assist and guide a successful student teacher experience. This book uses an action and reflection approach. Using the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards as a base, more than 90 chapter activities support the knowledge and skill required for successful and effective teaching. In addition to these activities, self-assessments, a research-based foundation, expert commentaries, vignettes, student-to-student tips, and case studies guide the student teacher to a successful experience. Designed for student teachers and for those in the beginning years of their teaching career.
The Teachers’ Standards in Primary Schools

Author: Joy Carroll

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526465207

Category: Education

Page: 321

View: 545

All trainees must show how they are ′meeting′ each standard which can in practice be tricky. This book is designed to make this process more straightforward and clearly links the expectations in the Teachers′ Standards with everyday classroom practice.
International Beliefs and Practices That Characterize Teacher Effectiveness

Author: Grant, Leslie W.

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799879107

Category: Education

Page: 365

View: 113

Research surrounding teacher quality and teacher effectiveness has continued to grow and become even more prominent as teaching has become more professionalized globally and countries have invested more comprehensively in teacher education, certification, and professional development. To better understand teacher effectiveness, it is important to have a global viewpoint to truly understand how beliefs and practices vary in each country and can lead to different characterizations of what makes an effective teacher. This includes both cross-cultural commonalities and unique differences in conceptualization of teacher effectiveness and practices. With this comprehensive, international understanding of teacher effectiveness, a better understanding of best practices, teacher models, philosophies, and more will be developed. International Beliefs and Practices That Characterize Teacher Effectiveness identifies, shares, and explores the predominant conceptual understandings of beliefs and practices that characterize effective teachers in different countries. This book provides international and cross-cultural perspectives on teacher effectiveness and examines the prominent philosophies of teaching and pedagogical practices that characterize teachers in selected countries. Each chapter includes a background, such as history and undergirding philosophy within each country, effective teacher models, prominent applications of teacher effectiveness practices, and special or unique features of teaching in the specific countries mentioned. This book is essential for practicing educators in various countries, teacher educators, faculty, and students within schools and colleges, researchers in international comparative studies, organizations engaged in international education, and administrators, practitioners, and academicians interested in how teacher effectiveness is characterized in different countries and regions across the world.
The Teachers' Standards in Primary Schools

Author: Joy Carroll

Publisher: Sage Publications Limited

ISBN: 1526465221

Category: Education

Page: 280

View: 890

All trainees must show how they are 'meeting' each standard which can in practice be tricky. This book is designed to make this process more straightforward and clearly links the expectations in the Teachers' Standards with everyday classroom practice.
Developing Effective 16-19 Teaching Skills

Author: John Butcher

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134334636

Category: Education

Page: 176

View: 758

Developing Effective 16-19 Teaching Skills aims to enhance the competence of student- teachers in secondary schools and FE college as they confront sixteen to nineteen teaching for the first time. Based around the new standards set out in Qualifying to Teach and the Fento standards, the book will help student- teachers address the different teaching strategies needed to teach post-sixteen students. The book will also appeal to practising teachers who are looking for a fresh perspective. Full of case studies and questions for reflection, this comprehensive textbook includes chapters on: sixteen to nineteen teaching contextualized effectiveness defined avoiding preconceptions sixteen to nineteen: planning for differentiation subject expertise assessment sixteen to nineteen active learning in the sixteen to nineteen classroom the importance of the tutor role in sixteen to nineteen teaching learning with colleagues: developing a career in sixteen to nineteen teaching. Emphasizing the minimal attention given to sixteen to nineteen teaching in the Standards for Secondary QTS, the book is organized to prompt trainee teachers to draw more fully on sixteen to nineteen evidence and enhance their competence and confidence in teaching that phase. Trainee college teachers are also given a route to meeting the FENTO standards.
Designing Performance Assessment Systems for Urban Teacher Preparation

Author: Francine P. Peterman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135613648

Category: Education

Page: 202

View: 99

Designing Performance Assessment Systems for Urban Teacher Preparation presents an argument for, and invites, critical examination of teacher preparation and assessment practices--in light of both the complexity and demands of urban settings and the theories of learning and learning to teach that guide teacher education practices. This dynamic approach distinguishes the authors' stance on urban teacher assessment as one that can help address social justice issues related to gender, race, socioeconomic class, and other differences, and at the same time promote the professional development of all educators engaged in the process of learning to teach. The contextually bound, sociocultural stance that informs this book promises greater teacher and student achievement. Culminating six years of vital dialogue and focused, local activity among teachers and teacher educators from institutions in the Urban Network to Improve Teacher Education, Designing Performance Assessment Systems for Urban Teacher Preparation presents: *the historical context that was examined for this work, a theoretical framework to undergrad teacher preparation assessment, and design principles to guide the development of assessment systems; *four case studies of participants' struggles and successes in designing and implementing these systems; and *a discussion of the importance of context and current trends in assessment practices in urban teaching. This volume is particularly relevant for university and school-based teacher educators who help prepare teachers to work in urban schools, and for personnel in state departments of education and other agencies who are responsible for certification and beginning teacher support. While the focus is on preparing teachers for urban settings, the theoretical and practical foundations and the case studies have broad implications and provide useful insights for anyone involved in developing and using performance assessment systems--teacher educators, university and school administrators, classroom teachers, and educational researchers.
The Teachers’ Standards in Primary Schools

Author: Joy Carroll

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781473966017

Category: Education

Page: 256

View: 848

Every primary school teacher needs to ensure that they meet the criteria set out in the Teachers’ Standards. However translating what this means in the classroom isn’t always easy, especially when you're starting out your career in teaching. This book directly looks at the standards providing guidance on how professionalism can be demonstrated and evidenced in primary schools underpinned by practical examples. Steps to Success boxes in each chapter look at challenges in the classroom encouraging a reflective perspective on your teaching. Key coverage includes: Effective teaching and learning and what it means to be a learner Planning and assessment for successful teaching Meeting the needs of all children Behaviour management The role of subject and pedagogical knowledge
Teacher Quality, Professional Learning and Policy

Author: Christine Forde

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137536549

Category: Education

Page: 293

View: 990

This book examines the significance of teacher expertise in the drive to improve quality and effectiveness. Scrutinising both key conceptual issues and current policy developments and approaches, the authors analyse educational systems from around the world and question how different cultural contexts and systems can implement measures to improve teacher effectiveness. The book analyses factors such as policy change and teacher evaluation as well as the regulation of the teaching profession to determine how these aspects can influence the expertise of individual teachers. As numerous policy interventions have tried to define and enhance teacher quality to raise pupil achievement, this book calls for an interrogation of this stance and signals a need to consider an alternative approach. This book will appeal to students and scholars of teacher effectiveness and professional learning, as well as researchers and policymakers.
Primary Teaching

Author: Catherine Carden

Publisher: Learning Matters

ISBN: 9781529785630

Category: Education

Page: 624

View: 501

The second edition of this core text from Learning Matters asks: What is teaching? Does curriculum really matter? Does behaviour need ′managing′? What is a learning environment today? Does my classroom reflect the identities of all of my learners? How can I bring the theme of sustainability to my teaching? Discussing these and many more, it covers the contents of professional studies modules and goes beyond to support trainees on placements and in their learning on the course. Five new chapters are added for this edition discussing themes of sustainability, teacher self care, diversity in the curriculum, sex and relationships education and our new understanding of learning environments. Learning features throughout have been designed to help students develop their understanding, broaden their perspectives, think more critically and apply theory to practice. These include: Case Studies to apply learning to real-life school contexts. Key Readings to encourage wider reading, broaden perspectives and offer practical ideas for the classroom. Key Theory features introduce and summarise big ideas, theories and research. Critical Questions direct reflection, help students engage with what their reading and encourage critical responses. Classroom Links highlight good practice, provide practical ideas and show how to implement these in the classroom. Assignment features offer helpful points to consider and practical advice for writing assignments on chapter topics, which act as great starting points.
OECD Reviews of Evaluation and Assessment in Education: Georgia

Author: Li Richard Ruochen

Publisher: OECD Publishing

ISBN: 9789264625976


Page: 275

View: 600

This review, developed in partnership with UNICEF, provides Georgia with recommendations to strengthen its evaluation and assessment system to focus on helping students learn. It will be of interest to countries that wish to strengthen their own evaluation and assessment systems and, in turn, improve educational outcomes.
Studying Education

Author: Janet Lord

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781529723496

Category: Education

Page: 321

View: 505

This new text for education undergraduates covers a broad range of themes from across the education sector and focuses on some key contemporary issues. The text includes links to both up-to-date research and more seminal, often cited research and theories.