the teacher s sourcebook for cooperative learning practical techniques basic principles and frequently asked questions

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The Teacher S Sourcebook For Cooperative Learning

Author : George M Jacobs
ISBN : 9781510701267
Genre : Education
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Educational guide to building a better classroom

Cooperative Learning In The Classroom

Author : David W. Johnson
ISBN : 0871202395
Genre : Education
File Size : 88. 14 MB
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Explains what cooperative learning is, describes what makes it work, and provides strategies for the classroom teacher beginning to use cooperative learning or improving the use of cooprative learning in the classroom.

Cooperative Learning Structures For Teambuilding

Author : Laurie Kagan
ISBN : 1879097419
Genre : Business & Economics
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"Over 100 teambuilding activities; ready-to-use blackline masters; step-by-step cooperative learning structures" --Front cover.

Teaching Strategies

Author : Donald C. Orlich
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111529314
Genre : Education
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Teaching Strategies is an introductory core text known for its down-to-earth, practical approach to the most commonly used classroom teaching strategies, including lesson planning, questioning, and small group and cooperative learning tactics. Both novice and experienced teachers alike find the text a valuable source of educational strategies. The Seventh Edition features key content updates and beneficial organizational changes. The authors streamlined Chapter 1 to focus on three key topics: the social context of teaching, diversity in schools, and reflective teaching and decision-making. Chapter 3 contains a new section, "Converting Standards to Objectives," which discusses the process of converting state and national standards into concrete learning objectives. New authors Michael Trevisan and Abbie Brown provide up-to-date insights and ideas in the Seventh Edition. "Technology Insight" boxes explore technology-related issues and provide links to relevant Internet sources. Topics covered in this feature include the validity and reliability of information and computer simulations." A companion web site for students includes ACE self-tests, additional reflection questions, and web links. A companion web site for instructors provides additional resources, such as model syllabi, recent research, PowerPoint slides, and an online IRM.

Teaching For Student Learning

Author : Kevin Ryan
ISBN : PSU:000059713418
Genre : Education
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To accommodate the evolution of teacher education programs, this new text has been developed for two groups: 1) those serving as interns or student teachers as they complete traditional teacher education programs and 2) new in-service teachers who are part of an alternative certification program. This team of experienced educators and authors offers users a set of very practical tools, skills, and advice that they can put into immediate use in the field. The authors also aim to provoke a high level of engagement and interaction with the program. Retaining the hallmark reader-friendly style and format of the best-selling Ryan/Cooper texts, Teaching for Student Learning's 3-hole punched and perforated format, with 25 brief, to-the-point chapters ("modules"), makes it easy for busy teachers to quickly find, understand, and use key information related to their most pressing needs. Accompanying CL Video Cases available on the Online Teaching and Study Centers are directly tied to the text and allow students to see the concepts in the text brought to life in real classrooms.

International Perspectives On Education

Author : Meng Huat Chau
ISBN : 184706387X
Genre : Education
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International Perspectives on Education draws on the knowledge and experience of a distinguished team of international educationists.

Middle And High School Teaching

Author : James A. Duplass
ISBN : CORNELL:31924101576316
Genre : Education
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Middle and High School Teaching: Methods, Standards, and Best Practicesis an interactive textbook that is fully integrated with PowerPoint slides, a web site, assessments to meet NCATE and INSTASC standards, and basal secondary level textbook chapters for each of the content areas. The text includes a chapter on standards, history, current issues and strategies for each of the major content areas: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, World Languages, Fine and Performing Arts, and Physical and Health education. Providing unique coverage for differentiated instruction at the college level, the text integrates standards and methods for general and specific subject matter by drawing on professional education association web sites, covering traditional methods topics, and providing authentic assignments. The text is ideal for courses in secondary general methods, curriculum and instruction, introduction to teaching, or for the first course of a two-part sequence in specific methods. Web-based resources, including PDF copies of middle and high school basal textbook content, lesson-planning templates, ERIC documents for current issues, and PowerPoint slides for each chapter, enable professors to easily choreograph their instruction for classes of mixed majors or single major, and courses of varying size that may be taught completely or partly online. The book and its ancillary materials scaffold the learning experience by presenting topics in a logical sequence, beginning with an introduction to the challenges of the profession, followed by differences between middle schools and high schools, basic skills across the curriculum, approaches to teaching diverse learners, planning, methods, and assessment, and concluding with trends, standards, and differences between the disciplines. Instructors can choose from and modify more than 100 authentic assignments, which are tied to NCATE and INTASC standards, ranging from interviewing middle school students to creating lesson plans. In addition, special emphasis is placed on such topics as motivation theory and techniques for diverse learners and integrating basic skills and literacy into subject field planning and instruction. Straightforward, easily readable, and concise.The text is organized into compact topics (rather than dense chapters) and includes aBest Practicesfeature, which engages students in reading their textbook Authentic content chapters from middle and high school textbooks.Available at the web site, downloadable PDF copies of basal textbook chapters (from McDougal Littell) across the subject areas enable students to apply methods learned from the textbook's lesson- planning activities and assignments. More than 100 potential assignments.Instructors can select and modify presented assignments to best suit their students' and course needs. Each assignment is tied to an INTASC/NCATE standard for ease of documentation or portfolio development. Coverage and integration of key national standards.The book integrates The Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards, The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards, The Goals 2000 legislation, The No Child Left Behind legislation, and the content standards defined by the professional organizations into a coherent structure for preservice teachers. Practical pedagogy.Supportive features includeTeacher's Tipsboxes with practical ideas and strategies for the classroom, Question boxes to encourage critical thinking,For the Reflective Practitionerquotes and insights, authenticAssignments,lists ofBest Practices,and web resources.

The Teacher S Reflective Practice Handbook

Author : Paula Zwozdiak-Myers
ISBN : 9781136311314
Genre : Education
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What do we mean by reflective practice? What does it involve? How can it help you develop as a teacher? The Teacher’s Reflective Practice Handbook is an essential source of advice, guidance and ideas for both student and practising teachers. Helping you to translate pedagogical knowledge into practice, this Handbook guides you through studying your own teaching for personal development, evaluating your lessons through classroom research, and enhancing the quality of pupil learning. It offers an innovative framework which serves to prepare you for the challenges and complexities of the classroom environment, and supports the continuing improvement of your teaching. Underpinned by key theoretical concepts and contemporary research within the field of education, chapters help you to: systematically evaluate your teaching through classroom research procedures question personal theories and beliefs, and consider alternative perspectives and possibilities try out new strategies and ideas to maximise the learning potential of all students enhance the quality of, and continue to improve, your teaching. Including a range of reflective tasks, links to online resources, exemplification material and further reading to help you develop your own thinking, The Teacher’s Reflective Practice Handbook is an accessible guide which supports the facilitation of reflective practice through self and peer assessment, problem-based learning and personal development planning. The multi-dimensional framework enables you to build a meaningful, personally relevant portfolio of evidence-informed practice.

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ISBN : UOM:39015064838355
Genre : Children
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Powerpoint For Teachers

Author : Ellen Finkelstein
ISBN : 9780787997175
Genre : Computers
File Size : 37. 42 MB
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This was written for teachers who want to use PowerPoint in the classroom to enhance your presentations, teach your students how to use the application, and create interactive educational projects.

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