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|Author||: Gary D. Borich|
|Editor||: Prentice Hall|
This clearly written text, based on 25 years of research, considers the factors that are changing today's schools and prepares teachers to meet the challenges and to discover the opportunities for professional growth. Thoroughly revised for streamlined presentation, this top-selling text retains its conversational style and provides research-based effective teaching practices that are practical and realistic. Prior achievement. Ability. Learning style. Culture and ethnicity. Home and family. Instructional methods: explaining, lecturing, drill and practice, and recitation. Indirect instructional methods: group discussion, collaboration, and discovery and problem-solving activities. Self-directed learning. Metacognitive techniques. Teacher mediation. Cooperative learning. Classroom management. Performance assessment. For anyone with an interest in general K-12 methods.
|Author||: Roy Killen|
|Editor||: Cengage Learning Australia|
This text describes teaching strategies that can be used by teachers and trainers in all instructional settings: primary, secondary and vocational as well as other post-school education. It will be particularly useful for student education teachers, both as a text for their theoretical studies and as a reference source during their practical teaching years. The text examines a number of different teaching strategies including direct instruction, discussion, small-group work, cooperative learning, problemsolving, student research, role play and student writing. Additionally, this edition covers new developments in the area of teaching and learning (such as reflective practice) and outcomes-based education - an increasing trend in education. These changes will bring the text in line with the requirements in preservice education and the classroom. The text also covers up-to-date issues such as bullying and ethical relationships between teachers and students.
|Author||: Paul Ramsden|
This bestselling book is a unique introduction to the practice of university teaching and its underlying theory. This new edition has been fully revised and updated in view of the extensive changes which have taken place in higher education over the last decade and includes new material on the higher education context, evaluation and staff development. The first part of the book provides an outline of the experience of teaching and learning from the student's point of view, out of which grows a set of prinicples for effective teaching in higher education. Part two shows how these ideas can enhance educational standards, looking in particular at four key areas facing every teacher in higher education: * Organising the content of undergraduate courses * Selecting teaching methods * Assessing student learning * Evaluating the effectivenesss of teaching. Case studies of exemplary teaching are used throughout to connect ideas to practice and to illustrate how to ensure better student learning. The final part of the book looks in more detail at appraisal, performance indicators, accountability and educational development and training. The book is essential reading for new and experienced lecturers, particularly those following formal programmes in university teaching, such as courses leading to ILT accreditation.
|Author||: Kenneth D. Moore,Jacqueline Hansen|
Featuring a wealth of reflection activities and connections to standards, this concise, easy-to-read teaching methods text equips students with the content knowledge and skills they need to become effective K–8 teachers. The book maximizes instructional flexibility, reflects current educational issues, highlights recent research, and models best pedagogical practices. Current and realistic examples, a section in each chapter on using technology in the classroom, and material on differentiating instruction for diverse learners—including students with special needs and English language learners—make this a must-have resource for any K–8 teacher.
|Author||: Hellmut R. Lang,David N. Evans|
|Editor||: Allyn & Bacon|
Practical in approach, this text focuses on how both pre-service and experienced teachers can demonstrate the attributes, acquire the competencies, and meet the standards essential to effective teaching. The framework for the text is the “Teacher Competency Profile.” Chapter by chapter, the essential knowledge and skills for effective teaching are presented. Each chapter contains recent research and best practice information with respect to the theme discussed. This is followed within each chapter with guidelines for teaching, practical approaches to information, extensive examples, cases, and activities. The sequential framework guides the pre-service student's professional development from basic teaching approaches to sophisticated strategies, methods, and skills. By identifying the essential competencies of teaching and providing guidelines for meeting professional standards, this text is also of value for use in seminars, workshops, and professional reading by practicing teachers.
|Author||: Gary D. Borich|
In a conversational style, this market-leading text shows how to apply effective, realistic, research-based teaching practices in today's heterogeneous classrooms. Effective Teaching Methods: Research-Based Practice, 8/E, prepares teachers to meet the many challenges presented by the changing face of the American school and classroom teaching today–and discover the opportunities for professional growth and advancement those changes provide. The content presented is the direct result of years of research and observation of effective teaching practices in actual classrooms. These are the experiences of real teachers in real classroom, showing teachers both what to do to meet today's teaching challenges, and how to do it. The 8th edition provides readers with new coverage of important topics including Multiple Intelligences, professional learning communities, working with parents, and standardized testing. A new chapter on Technology Integration includes information on 21st century learning technologies, why teaching with technology is important, and assessing technology integration as well as its effectiveness.
|Author||: Kenneth D. Moore|
“Sensational book including state standard references.” Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â -Sue Anderson, Jamestown College “This comprehensive text provides a wealth of theoretical frameworks, examples, and authentic application activities to guide preservice teachers as well as current teachers in planning excellent instruction.” -Gail B. Hartin, Southern Methodist University A concise and easy-to-read K-12 methods text that covers the practical information about teaching that all effective teachers need This unique general teaching methods text offers a practical, skills-oriented focus that has been designed to maximize instructional flexibility. Applying the latest research findings and practical classroom practices, the Second Edition of Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice provides thorough coverage of the strategies and skills essential to every teacher's repertoire. This Second Edition has been updated to reflect today's new educational issues and the latest pedagogy. New to the Second Edition Presents a reorganized chapter format and sequence, based on reader feedback, to be more reader friendly Aligns text chapters with national standards and assessments including INTASC, NCATE, and Praxis exam areas Adds a second Reflection on Teacher Practice (case study) to each chapter Accompanied by an extensive ancillary package! Web-based Student Study Site: www.sagepub.com/eis2study The interactive study site provides quizzes, student activities and discussion questions, portfolio and Praxis II connections, lesson planning activities, test preparation resources, and much more! Student's Resource CD: Bound to the text, this CD includes useful videos and classroom examples that provide students with the opportunity to expand their understanding of text materials. Instructor's Resource CD: An improved Instructor's Resource CD offers an extensive array of tools including PowerPoint presentations, an electronic test bank, tips on loading materials onto Blackboard/WebCT, sample syllabi for semester and quarter systems, teaching tips, and helpful web links. Contact Customer Care at 1-800-818-SAGE (7243) to request a copy (6 am - 5 pm, PST).
|Author||: Peter S. Westwood|
|Editor||: Aust Council for Ed Research|
Explains the different theories of teaching and learning, together with their underlying principles and methods. It defines the role of a teacher in the learning process and looks at the latest research on what contributes to effective practice.
|Author||: N. Hativa|
|Editor||: Springer Science & Business Media|
This book identifies strategies that are consistently associated with good teaching and presents them within a theoretical framework that explains how they promote students' active and meaningful learning. The book promotes teachers' pedagogical knowledge and their perception of teaching as scholarly, intellectual work, and provides extensive practical advice.
|Author||: Paul R. Burden,David M. Byrd|
|Editor||: Pearson College Division|
Methods for Effective Teachingprovides research-based coverage of general teaching methods for K-12 classrooms that promote student understanding while emphasizing contemporary issues, including differentiating your instruction, creating a learning community, and making modifications in instruction based on student differences. This edition offers new content in every chapter on teaching English language learners in all classrooms. Other unique coverage includes ways to manage lesson delivery, how to apply motivational techniques for instruction and assessment, and how to work with colleagues and parents. All the content is aligned to professional standards. The book’s thorough coverage of classroom management and discipline includes a discussion of dynamic ways to create a positive learning environment.
|Author||: Chaudhary Ghulam Murtaza Gujjar|
This book describes different effective and non-effective teaching methodologies, teaching styles and famous teaching strategies, regarding classroom management and assessment procedures. It describes the effects of the variety of teaching styles on the mind, attitude and life of a student. The basic motive of this book is to provide awareness about effective teaching methods, classroom management and assessment procedures. It is not a common topic of discussion because teachers make the nation. Furthermore, many teachers are facing problems because of poor teaching methodology. Lack of knowledge about teaching methods is the main cause of issues that are faced by teachers in schools.In the present, living a happy life is not easy, and many people are stressed. So, teachers are also an important part of society, therefore, they also face these problems. Each and every teacher has their own teaching style because each and every teacher has their own temperament.Here, everything is discussed in a simple manner. So, this general discussion about different aspects of Teaching Methodology may help the people of the nation and the teachers of the world.
|Author||: James H. Stronge,Xianxuan Xu|
Instructional Strategies for Effective Teaching by James H. Stronge and Xianxuan Xu presents educators with a toolkit for effective instruction filled with ten methods that improve student learning and success. Taking a practical approach to instructional delivery, Stronge and Xu outline these research-based instructional methods and illustrate how K12 teachers, coaches, and administrators can use them in everyday practices. With the right structures in place, teachers and school leaders can motivate and engage all students.
|Author||: Paul R. Burden,David M. Byrd|
|Editor||: Pearson Higher Ed|
This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. The sixth edition of Methods for Effective Teaching provides the most current research-based coverage of teaching methods for K-12 classrooms on the market today. In a straightforward, user-friendly tone, the expert author team writes to prepare current and future educators to be effective in meeting the needs of all the students they teach. In this new edition, all content is carefully aligned to professional standards, including the recently revised InTASC standards. Uniquely emphasizing today’s contemporary issues, such as both teacher-centered and student-centered strategies; a myriad of ways to differentiate instruction, promote student thinking, and actively engage students in learning; approaches for teaching English language learners, and an added emphasis on culturally responsive teaching, this highly-regarded textbook is the perfect combination of sound teaching methods and cutting edge content.
|Author||: Michael D. Coyne,Edward J. Kameenui,Douglas Carnine|
|Editor||: Prentice Hall|
Discusses the characteristics of learners with diverse curricular needs and presents principles for ensuring that the needs of these students are met.
|Author||: John Clement,Mary Anne Rea-Ramirez|
|Editor||: Springer Science & Business Media|
Anyone involved in science education will find that this text can enhance their pedagogical practice. It describes new, model-based teaching methods that integrate social and cognitive perspectives for science instruction. It presents research that describes how these new methods are applied in a diverse group of settings, including middle school biology, high school physics, and college chemistry classrooms. They offer practical tips for teaching the toughest of key concepts.
|Author||: Renata Holubova|
The paper presents results of the research of new effective teaching methods in physics and science. It is found out that it is necessary to educate pre-service teachers in approaches stressing the importance of the own activity of students, in competences how to create an interdisciplinary project. Project-based physics teaching and learning seems to be one of the most effective methods for teaching science for understanding. It is necessary to provide in-service teachers instruction (seminars) and prepare sample projects with proposals how to develop, run and evaluate interdisciplinary projects. Projects are important "real-world" physics modules, modern physics and everyday life problems can be integrated into the high school curriculum. Examples of projects that were worked out are presented. (Contains 5 figures and 4 tables.).
|Author||: G.M. Chaudhary|
Teaching Methodology comprises the methods and principles used by teachers to enable student learning. These specific strategies are determined partly on subject matter to be taught and partly by the nature of the learner.Here, in this book each and everything about teaching is explained in simple words.((Don't forget to appreciate, in case when you feel it really hard work and struggle for helping nation, Your feedback is really important for better results, help us in building a bright nation)What do you expect in Teaching Methodology?-What is Teaching Methodology?-Effective teaching strategies-Creative , simple , easy and knowledgeable lectures-Interactive classroom environment -Psychological factors that affect Teaching Methodology -Cautions for teachers - The attitudes of teachers-Value of a teacherA lot of other topics of discussion and valuable information for your convenience. How important is Teaching Methodology? Teaching methods are an important aspect of teaching and learning: determine the activities of teachers and students, the quality of the teaching process, implicitly sending a message about what teaching is, how children learn, what is knowledge. In accordance with contemporary conceptions of teaching methods made the thesis of the plurality teaching methods and the need for more balanced use of different teaching methods. In addition to the thesis of the plurality of teaching methods, current evidence suggests that teaching methods, their function is achieved only in the specific context. These findings open up a different insight into the understanding of teaching methods and their impact on the quality of teaching. Analysis method of application of teaching methods in the context of the teaching process can lead to a deeper understanding of the quality of students' knowledge, the work of teachers, etc. and understanding of the educational function of the method in the present context. - Marina Ilic Semiz , University of KragujevacRemarks of Zoaheb Mohammad about "Teaching Methodology"Teaching Methodology is an exquisite and sincere guide to practical and spiritual teaching. The author of this book has filled it with many anecdotes that help to paint a picture of his own personal experience but also the experience of many students of this nation. The simplicity of this book makes it readily accessible to any aspiring teacher or student like. - Zoaheb Mohammad
|Author||: Chaudhary Murtaza|
Teaching Methodology comprises the principles and methods adopted by teachers to enable student learning. The management strategies used for classroom instruction is called Teaching Methodology. Teaching Strategies are determined by the nature of learner. Effective Teaching Strategies are necessary for better student learning. Effective Teacher Learning and professional development is important for student achievement. Teaching Methodology is a process that promotes teachers' teaching skills. The best of Teaching Methodology is to control Student attention.The most basic teaching method is explanation. Explanation is characterized by its function as "a tool that is used by a speaker for understanding or 'giving a sense' to the object of communication, of a debate, or a discussion. The role of an explanation is to make clearer the meaning of an object (method, term, assignment) maintaining formally the necessary distance between the object of the action or study and the tools. In the learning/teaching process, explanation is a tool used by both, teacher and students. Its goal is to manifest comprehension.Traditionally, explanation belongs to such teaching methods where the information is transmitted from the teacher to the students (together with e.g. narrative, description or lecture). Skalková, 1999, says that in practice, individual forms of explanation often percolate. In this perspective, explanation is seen as the task fulfilled by the teacher with students passively receiving what is presented. Collecting feedback on students' perceptions of whether explanations are clearly identified whether students feel particular teaching assisted them in understanding the subject matter. Without student understanding, no explanation can be said to be clear We see explanation in a much broader sense.Communication in school is a mutual interchange of information among teachers and students, students and students during the educational process, i.e. students have an active role in the whole process (Mares & Křivohlavý, 1995). Using explanation in a mathematics classroom is a normal procedure, but its roles and forms vary. Predominantly explanation is seen as a tool for describing relevant phenomena, developing students' logical thinking, and guiding students by inductive judgement to generalizing. It leads to clarifying interrelations, demonstrating and justifying (Skalková, 1999, p. 172).Here, everything is discussed in a simple manner. So, this general discussion about different aspects of Teaching Methodology may help the people of the nation and the teachers of the world.
The Impact of Effective Teaching Strategies on the Students Academic Performance and Learning Outcome
|Author||: Laraib Nasir Jalbani|