Contexts of Teaching

Contexts of Teaching

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This unique new book enters into the middle and high school teaching methods market with an intimate, first-person approach, and an emphasis on reflective teaching. Reader, biography, teaching philosophy, and portfolio activities make this a practical book rich in applications. Teaching is portrayed as a process of ongoing learning, growth and developmenta€”and a strong emphasis is placed on multiculturalism and diversity. While most books tend to take a more traditional, skills-based approach, Contexts of Teaching presents teaching methods from a constructivist, inquiry perspective consistent with current educational trends.Chapter topics include Knowing Middle and High School Students, Rethinking Classroom Management, considering Curriculum, planning instruction, Selecting Instructional Materials, Teaching with Technology, Implementing Instruction: Strategies and Methods, Assessing Student Learning, Understanding the Role of Community, Making a Difference in Today's Classrooms, and Reflecting for Professional Renewal.For teachers of middle and high school students.Methods for Middle and High School Instruction Jesus Garcia, Elizabeth Spalding , Richard R. Powell ... If youa#39;ve ever used a AAA or Michel in guide to lodgings and restaurants, you have seen a rubric: clear, concise statements that detail the qualities ... or Comic Group Work Observing Cause and Effect Essay History Book Chapter Oral Report with Visuals Childrena#39;s Book Hyperlearning Stack Pamphletanbsp;...

Title:Contexts of Teaching
Author:Jesus Garcia, Elizabeth Spalding, Richard R. Powell
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 2001


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