Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach uniquely addresses three problems that frequently concern pre-service and beginning teachers: classroom control, satisfying state and federal mandates, and figuring out exactly what is the role of the teacher. Integrating practical, theoretical, and critical teaching considerations, it presents a model student-centered approach for designing lessons, developing personal connections with students, and building classroom communities: PRO/CLASS Practices (Planning, Relationships, Organization, Community, Leadership, Assessment, Support, Struggle). Pre-service teachers are encouraged to reinterpret the principles and continually redefine them as they develop their own reflective practice. Changes in the Second Edition ac Updates throughout with attention to the Common Core State Standards, high stakes testing, the possibilities and limitations of technology use in the classroom, and preparing for the job market\ ac Fully revised chapter on literacy ac New interviews with teachers ac Companion Website: Supplemental planning, teaching, and assessment materials; 32 extended essays including a number of the authoras widely read Huffington Post columns; interviews with beginning and veteran teachers; Ideas for Your Professional Portfolio, Resume, and Cover Letter; Recommended Websites for TeachersThey are also being developed for online instruction that will supposedly eliminate the need for teachers. Some of these ... Historian David Craig reported on a amodel dialogueaquot; between a monitor, rather than a teacher, and student from an 18405 training manual. I find it eerily ... is out of the jawbone. Monitor: What do youanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach|
|Author||:||Alan J. Singer|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-07-24|