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The Unschooled Mind

Author : Howard Gardner
ISBN : 9780465024391
Genre : Education
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Merging cognitive science with educational agenda, Gardner makes an eloquent case for restructuring our schools by showing just how ill-suited our minds and natural patterns of learning are to the prevailing modes of education. This reissue includes a new introduction by the author.

Pera Apo To Samerchil

Author : John Caldwell Holt
ISBN : OCLC:220852902
Genre : Child rearing
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Teaching Learning And Assessment Together

Author : Arthur K. Ellis
ISBN : 9781317924463
Genre : Education
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This book goes back to the basic purpose of assessment to show teachers what your students know and are able to do. The 22 activities in this book will help your students become active, engaged, responsible, and caring learners. This "how to" book is filled with activities which will enable you to keep your students active and engaged, facilitate cooperative group projects without losing control, raise academic achievement, apply multiple intelligences in your classroom, and teach your students how to think.

Enlivening Secondary History

Author : Peter Davies
ISBN : 9780415678339
Genre : EDUCATION
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Enlivening Secondary History: 50 Classroom Activities for Teachers and Pupils.

Brain Based Teaching With Adolescent Learning In Mind

Author : Glenda Beamon Crawford
ISBN : 9781412950183
Genre : Education
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Presents the newest research on the adolescent brain and offers a framework for linking brain-based teaching to students' social, emotional, and cognitive needs.

Teaching As Principled Practice

Author : Linda R. Kroll
ISBN : 9780761928768
Genre : Education
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Teaching as Principled Practice: Managing Complexity for Social Justice presents a practical vision for effective teacher development emphasizing social justice. This vision is encompassed in a set of six principles that underlie the authors' work with pre-service teachers, and is intended to guide one's practice in the classroom. The text's primary focus is on children and youth who have been traditionally underserved by educational institutions in the United States. It speaks directly to both pre-service and experienced teachers in a way that addresses the challenges of urban education for teachers and children.

The Anti Education Era

Author : James Paul Gee
ISBN : 9781137324115
Genre : Education
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One of the first champions of the positive effects of gaming reveals the dark side of today's digital and social media Today's schools are eager to use the latest technology in the classroom, but rather than improving learning, the new e-media can just as easily narrow students' horizons. Education innovator James Paul Gee first documented the educational benefits of gaming a decade ago in his classic What Video Games Have to Teach Us About Learning and Literacy. Now, with digital and social media at the center of modern life, he issues an important warning that groundbreaking new technologies, far from revolutionizing schooling, can stymie the next generation's ability to resolve deep global challenges. The solution-and perhaps our children's future-lies in what Gee calls synchronized intelligence, a way of organizing people and their digital tools to solve problems, produce knowledge, and allow people to count and contribute. Gee explores important strategies and tools for today's parents, educators, and policy makers, including virtual worlds, artificial tutors, and ways to create collective intelligence where everyday people can solve hard problems. By harnessing the power of human creativity with interactional and technological sophistication we can finally overcome the limitations of today's failing educational system and solve problems in our high-risk global world. The Anti-Education Era is a powerful and important call to reshape digital learning, engage children in a meaningful educational experience, and bridge inequality.

The Power Of Playful Learning

Author : Joyce Hemphill
ISBN : 9781625219299
Genre : Education
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The text is a collection of green activities and projects appropriate for students at the pre-K to the sixth grade level. Projects are grouped according to what theory or lesson the project is intended to teach. For example, chapter six focuses on spinning, rolling, and floating projects. The activities are intended to develop greater understanding of movement and objects in motion.

Using Brainpower In The Classroom

Author : Steve Garnett
ISBN : 9781134288649
Genre : Education
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This book offers a realistic, practical and accessible model to allow teachers to incorporate the best of recent brain-based research into their teaching. The five steps involve: making learning multi-sensory ensuring activities match the dominant intelligence of the learner matching types of learning to the gender of pupils using the lesson structure to fit the natural attention span of the brain managing the classroom environment to make it brain-friendly and active in supporting learning. Illustrated throughout with classroom examples from a wide range of subject areas, the book is highly practical in its focus and the ideas it contains can easily be adapted to work with all age ranges and types of school.

Thoughtful Teachers Thoughtful Schools

Author : Editorial Projects in Education (Firm)
ISBN : UOM:39015041916704
Genre : Education
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The third edition of Thoughtful Teachers, Thoughtful Schools continues its tradition of providing an unusually current, comprehensive, analytic examination of all the important issues in American education today. It includes over 60 articles compiled from the pages of Education Week, American education's universally respected newspaper and Teacher Magazine, the nation's most thoughtful magazine for teachers. Complex issues and developments in education are presented in clear, compelling, and engagingly-written prose. Written by experienced education writers, many of whom are nationally-recognized authorities in their own right, the articles are alive with the insights and opinions of the country's leading educators and policymakers. Thoughtful Teachers, Thoughtful Schools provides an overview of American schools-the structure of the system; profiles of today's students, teachers, and programs; the curriculum issues; the money flow; and the politics-that will prepare and empower tomorrow's teachers.

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