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Becoming The Maths Teacher You Wish You D Had

Author : Tracy Zager
ISBN : 1760560421
Genre : Effective teaching
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Tracy Johnston Zager spent years with highly skilled maths teachers in a diverse range of settings and year levels. You'll find this book jam-packed with new thinking from these vibrant classrooms. You'll grapple with big ideas: how is taking risks inherent to mathematics? How do mathematicians balance intuition and proof? How can teachers value both productive mistakes and precision? You'll also find dozens of practical teaching techniques you can try in your classroom right away-strategies to stimulate students to connect ideas; rich tasks that encourage students to wonder, generalise, conjecture, and persevere; routines to teach students how to collaborate. -- Back cover.
Category: Effective teaching

Becoming The Teacher You Wish You D Had

Author : Scott Holley
ISBN : 9781612481913
Genre : Education
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What makes a good teacher? For all the effort that has gone into analyzing and breaking down its processes, teaching is not an exact science. According to Scott Holley, being a good teacher boils down to successfully translating theory into real-world situations. Becoming the Teacher You Wish You’d Had, a mix of philosophy, memoir, and practical advice from Holley and other teachers with years of classroom experience, offers examples of this translation through stories of great lessons, failures to connect, and days of laughter. Holley addresses the issue of what it means to be an ideal teacher—one who has the flexibility and insight to reach each student and to inspire them to want to learn—while ensuring that becoming the teacher you wish you’d had only takes a mind open to the possibilities.
Category: Education

Learning To Teach Mathematics In The Secondary School

Author : Sue Johnston-Wilder
ISBN : 9781317704423
Genre : Education
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What is the role of mathematics in the secondary classroom? What is expected of a would-be maths teacher? How is mathematics best taught and learnt? Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School combines theory and practice to present a broad introduction to the opportunities and challenges of teaching mathematics in the modern secondary school classroom. Written specifically with the new and student teacher in mind, the book covers a wide range of issues related to the teaching of mathematics, including: The role of ICT Assessment for Learning NEW Using mathematics in context NEW Communicating mathematically Planning mathematics lessons Including special-needs pupils Teaching mathematics post-16 Professional Development Already a major text for many university teaching courses, this fully revised third edition takes into account new developments in the National Curriculum as well as recent changes to the standards for Qualified Teacher Status. Featuring two brand new chapters, a glossary of useful terms, addresses for resources and organisations, and tasks designed to prompt critical reflection and support thinking and writing at Masters level, this book will help you make the most of school experience, during your training and beyond. Designed for use as a core textbook, this new edition of Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School provides essential guidance and advice for all trainee and practising teachers of secondary mathematics.
Category: Education

Back To Basics

Author : Caroline Taggart
ISBN : 9781843179009
Genre : Reference
File Size : 23.79 MB
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Don't know Midas from Oedipus? Wouldn't recognize a concerto from a sonata? Many of us wish that we could fill in the gaps in our education in order to avoid those embarrassing situations when we feel as if we don't know things that others do. In Back to Basics, bestselling author Caroline Taggart will provide readers with the opportunity to learn really useful stuff that was never taught in mainstream education, while also giving a refresher course on the main staples. From brushing up on Bible stories and classical architecture, to identifying different types of clouds, your thirst for knowledge will be sated and your education complete - and it's enormous fun to boot!
Category: Reference

Becoming An Urban Physics And Math Teacher

Author : Beth A. Wassell
ISBN : 9781402059223
Genre : Education
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This book explores what happens as beginning urban teachers transition through their first few years in the classroom. It captures one teacher's journey through the first three years of teaching science and mathematics in a large urban district in the US. Combining narrative with critical analysis, the authors focus on Ian's agency as a beginning teacher and explore his success in working with diverse students.
Category: Education

The Herb Kohl Reader

Author : Herbert Kohl
ISBN : 9781595585738
Genre : Education
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The best writing from a lifetime in the trenches and at the typewriter, from the renowned and much-beloved National Book Award–winning educator. In more than forty books on subjects ranging from social justice to mathematics, morality to parenthood, Herb Kohl has earned a place as one of our foremost “educators who write.” With Marian Wright Edelman, Mike Rose, Lisa Delpit, and Vivian Paley among his fans, Kohl is “a singular figure in education,” as William Ayers says in his foreword, “it’s clear that Herb Kohl’s influence has resonated, echoed, and multiplied.” Now, for the first time, readers can find collected in one place key essays and excerpts spanning the whole of Kohl’s career, including practical as well as theoretical writings. Selections come from Kohl’s classic 36 Children, his National Book Award–winning The View from the Oak (co-authored with his wife Judy), and all his best-known and beloved books. The Herb Kohl Reader is destined to become a major new resource for old fans and a new generation of teachers and parents. “Kohl has created his own brand of teaching . . . [He is] a remarkable teacher who discovered in his first teaching assignment that in education he could keep playing with toys, didn’t have to stop learning, and could use what he knew in the service of others.” —Lisa Delpit, The New York Times “An infinitely vulnerable and honest human being who has made it his vocation to peddle hope.” —Jonathan Kozol
Category: Education

By God S Grace

Author : Autum Augusta
ISBN : 9781466957343
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Lori was able to compare death to divorce. She had to adjust to the personality change of her husband. When going through hard times, she used imagination to survive. Her reward was worth all the trouble.
Category: Family & Relationships

Primary Mathematics Teaching Theory And Practice

Author : Claire Mooney
ISBN : 9780857250797
Genre : Education
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The essential teaching theory and practice text for primary mathematics. Covering the key skills of planning, monitoring and assessment and class management, it relates these specifically to primary mathematics. The 5th edition of this popular text includes new features making specific links to Every Child Matters and outlining how ICT can be embedded into the teaching of primary Mathematics. This text is an indispensable guide for primary trainees on the theory and practice required for effective and creative mathematics teaching. Includes features and activities to help the reader make links between theory and practice.
Category: Education

No Shadow Of Turning

Author : Dr. Joyce D. Hightower
ISBN : 9781449748647
Genre : Fiction
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No Shadow of Turning is the story of Marshall Anderson, a black American whose life was turned upside down at the age of five, when his parents were killed by a drunk driver. He was then raised by his Christian grandparents in Southern California during the 1960s and 70s. Marshall struggles to make sense of his situation until he realizes that his life has a God-determined purpose, and he embarks on the road to let this become a reality. Marshall leads us on a rich, multicultural adventure that begins in Californias quiet orange groves of Riverside, goes through the sometimes challenging streets of Los Angeles, the very risky interior of Sudan and Uganda, to the busy city streets of Nairobi and the rural area of Meru and Mombasa in Kenya. His path is by no means smooth as he maneuvers through racism, hidden agendas, unsettling self-discovery, life-threatening travel adventures, culture shock, the death of a loved one, and the challenges of friendship, family, and love. All along, he learns to views his life path through the lens of Gods faithfulness.
Category: Fiction