OBSERVATION SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING

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Observation Skills For Effective Teaching

Author : Gary D. Borich
ISBN : 9781317255338
Genre : Social Science
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Thoroughly updated for the new era of Common Core Standards, this seventh edition of Observational Skills for Effective Teaching is vital in this time of educational change. It offers a detailed, yet easily accessible, handbook for teachers to prepare for and design their first classroom experiences. Updated with the newest research on effective teaching and learning, the book cogently introduces such topics as learning climate, classroom management, and lesson clarity with the newest findings that lead to desirable cognitive, social, and emotional outcomes in learners.
Category: Social Science

Effective Teaching Methods

Author : Gary D. Borich
ISBN : UVA:X004734087
Genre : Education
File Size : 76.78 MB
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The goal of this book is to prepare prospective teachers to meet the challenges of today's changing classrooms by providing effective, practical, research-based practices in an accessible, conversational style. The author shows future teachers not only " what" to do to meet today's teaching challenges, but " how" to do it, through the experiences of real teachers in real classrooms. Material is based on a quarter-century of actual, in-classroom research that makes it possible to replace anecdotal suggestions for good teaching with solidly research-grounded strategies empirically related to positive outcomes. Extensive coverage on instructional goals and objectives--with expanded treatment of traditional taxonomies for cognitive and affective behaviors illustrates ways to determine the extent to which higher-order thinking and problem-solving is being achieved in the classroom. Discussion and illustrations focused on testing focuses readers' attention on the pros and cons of standardized testing--helps them identify when, and when not, to rely on such tests and how to help learners perform better on them. Material on diversity and inclusion, multicultural education and ESL teaching, and at-risk learners prepares prospective teachers for the diversity of today's classrooms--helps them understand the impact on learning needs and classroom management of such things as learning style, culture, prior knowledge/achievement, language, home/family life, and more. Includes coverage of NBPTS and INTASC standards, acquainting readers with these professional guidelines to help them prepare for the requirements of certification and licensure. For prospective teachers.
Category: Education

Effective Teaching Of Physical Education

Author : Mick Mawer
ISBN : 9781317895152
Genre : Education
File Size : 84.20 MB
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This text provides comprehensive and practical help and advice for new entrants to the profession, and concentrates on the teaching skills and professional competencies needed to become an effective teacher of physical education.
Category: Education

Effective Teaching Strategies

Author : Roy Killen
ISBN : 0170132773
Genre : Classroom management
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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.
Category: Classroom management

The Power Of Observation

Author : Judy R. Jablon
ISBN : 1933021527
Genre : Education
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The Power of Observation explores the vital connection between observing and effective teaching. Much more than just a set of skills, observation is a mind-set of openness and wonder that helps teachers and caregivers get to know more about each child in their care. The link between observation and building relationships is an important theme of this book. The authors share their own experiences and those of many others to illustrate how observation helps teachers and caregivers become more effective in the child care center, preschool, family child care home, or elementary classroom. It offers guidelines for effective observation and specific strategies to help you refine your observation skills and transform observing into an integral part of your teaching. This second edition includes expanded guidance on applying what you learn from observation into your daily practices and a new study guide. This study guide was developed based on recommendations from numerous university and community college professors who use the book as the textbook for their courses. We are pleased that NAEYC has chosen to make this book a 2007 Comprehensive Member Benefit.
Category: Education

Observing Teachers At Work

Author : Grace Marriott
ISBN : 0435800620
Genre : Teachers
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The debate over the introduction of teacher and headteacher appraisal being linked to pay structures rolls on. This book suggests approaches and strategies for school managers in observing their colleagues in the classroom.
Category: Teachers

Residents Teaching Skills

Author : Janine C. Edward, PhD
ISBN : 0826115691
Genre : Medical
File Size : 46.1 MB
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"The editors have collected an impressive array of practical material that will guide any academic medical center in the development of a more focused approach to "teaching the teachers." From learning theory and program development to teaching performance evaluation and specialty-specific materials, Residents' Teaching Skills covers all the bases. I commend this volume to the attention of medical educators everywhere, and residency program directors in particular." --from the Foreword by Jordon J. Cohen, MD, President, Association of American Medical Colleges This book provides practical guidance to plan, organize, and run a teaching skills program for medical residents. Readers will find that Part Two offers exact materials for course use, including modules for use with pediatric residents, teaching clinical procedures, works rounds, and role play, plus evaluation forms that can be used as written or customized to fit a particular program.
Category: Medical

Classroom Observation

Author : Matt O'Leary
ISBN : 9781136316753
Genre : Education
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Classroom Observation explores the pivotal role of lesson observation in the training, assessment and development of new and experienced teachers. Offering practical guidance and detailed insight on an aspect of training that is a source of anxiety for many teachers, this thought-provoking book offers a critical analysis of the place, role and nature of lesson observation in the lives of education professionals. Illustrated throughout with practical examples from a range of education settings, it considers observation as a means of assessing teaching and learning and also as a way of developing teachers’ skills and knowledge. Key topics include: The purposes and uses of lesson observation The socio-political and historical context in which lesson observation has developed Practical guidance on a range of observation models and methods Teacher autonomy and professional identity Performance management, professional standards and accountability Peer observation, self-observation and critical reflection Using video in lesson observation. Written for all student and practising teachers as well teacher educators and those engaged in educational research, Classroom Observation is an essential introduction to how we observe, why we observe and how it can be best used to improve teaching and learning.
Category: Education

Assessment Of Young Children

Author : Lisa B. Fiore
ISBN : 9781136831676
Genre : Education
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In an era of standards and norms where assessment tends to minimize or dismiss individual differences and results in punitive outcomes or no action at all, Assessment of Young Children provides teachers with an approach to assessment that is in the best interest of both children and their families. Author Lisa B. Fiore explores a variety of ways to study and assess young children in their natural environments, while stressing the importance of bringing children and families into the process. This lively text helps the reader learn how to cultivate developmentally appropriate practice, create appropriate expectations, examine children’s work, interact in groups, and improve their teacher behavior. Accounts of real experiences from children, families, teachers, and administrators provide on-the-ground models of assessment stategies and demonstrate how children are affected. Assessment of Young Children explores both standardized and authentic assessment, work sampling systems, and observation skills. Readers will walk away with strategies for communicating information about children and portfolio assessment, and how the use of formal and informal methods of observation, documentation, and assessment are connected to teacher and student inquiry. Assessment of Young Children encourages an assessment strategy where the child remains the focus and explores how collaboration with children, families, and colleagues creates an image—not a diagnosis—of the child that is empowering rather than constraining. Special Features Include: Case Study examples that anchor the concepts presented in the chapters and engage readers more deeply in the content. "Now what?" and "Avenues for Inquiry" throughout the book present students with concrete extensions of the material that they may pursue for further investigation
Category: Education