MEMORABLE TEACHING

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Memorable Teaching

Author : Peps Mccrea
ISBN : 1532707797
Genre : Learning
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"If you have a spare half-hour or so, you could read Memorable Teaching from cover to cover. I doubt you'll find an education book with more useful insights per minute of reading time." - Dylan Wiliam - Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment, UCL This book is for any educator who's interested in understanding how learning works, and how to optimise their teaching to make it happen. From the author of Lean Lesson Planning, this latest instalment in the High Impact Teaching series pulls together the best available evidence from cognitive science and educational research, and stitches them together into a concise and coherent set of actionable principles that can be used to improve your impact in the classroom. POWER UP YOUR TEACHING It's an evidence-informed teacher's guide to building enduring understanding, and sits alongside books such as Make It Stick, Why Don't Students Like School?, and What Every Teacher Needs To Know About Psychology. --- CONTENTS Act I Preliminaries Why memory? Memory architecture The 9 principles Act II Principles 1: Manage information 2: Orient attention 3: Streamline communication 4: Regulate load 5: Expedite elaboration 6: Refine structures 7: Stabilise changes 8: Align pedagogies 9: Embed metacognition PRAISE FOR MEMORABLE TEACHING "I can't remember when I have ever read a book that takes such complex ideas and communicates them with sophistication and simplicity." - Oliver Caviglioli, Founder and author of HOW2s "The book packs an awful lot of useful material into a short, easy to read format and as such is something that all teachers should add to their collections." - Josh Goodrich, Head of CPD at Oasis Southbank "A truly excellent book which sets out the science behind learning with remarkable clarity." - Mark Enser, Head of Geography at Heathfield Community College
Category: Learning

My Most Memorable Teacher

Author : University of Calgary. Faculty of Education
ISBN : UCSC:32106018725876
Genre : Education
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My Most Memorable Teacher presents stories of 100 outstanding Alberta teachers. These heartfelt tributes from former students range across time and space, from the province's early years to the dawn of the 21st century. Here are 100 educators who shaped the knowledge and character of individual students, and contributed to the dynamic development of our province. My Most Memorable Teacher is the centennial story project of the Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary, one of many activities built around the theme of "Celebrate Teachers: 1905-2005." With Hon. Peter Lougheed as honorary chair, a panel of judges, drawn from Alberta's literary, historical and educational communities, selected these stories from hundreds of inspiring submissions from former students. Launched in November 1905, the Calgary Normal School evolved over the years into today's Faculty of Education, University of Calgary, which continues to prepare quality teachers for the 21st century.
Category: Education

New Pedagogical Challenges In The 21st Century

Author : Olga Bernad-Cavero
ISBN : 9781789233803
Genre : Education
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The societies of the twenty-first century are subject to social, cultural, political, and economic changes. In this context, the school is asked to educate the future citizens in the present. To respond to this kaleidoscopic reality, the school is immersed in a pedagogical revolution. In this book, the reader will find a selection of avant-garde research works from different disciplines and contexts, which have their epicenter in the school and in the faculties of education. New issues in pedagogy and education, and new roles of teachers and students, are discussed in a global and diverse context. And new methodological and formative proposals are also proposed to build the ideal school and the ideal teacher, from the initial and continuous teacher training.
Category: Education

Making Sense Of Clinical Teaching

Author : Samy Azer
ISBN : 9781444144130
Genre : Medical
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Are you new to clinical teaching and looking for practical advice? Would you like to challenge and improve your current teaching style? Do you want to direct change in teaching practice within a department or institution?If your answer to any of the above is yes, then Making Sense of Clinical Teaching is the resource for you. It offers the novice a
Category: Medical

100 Brain Friendly Lessons For Unforgettable Teaching And Learning 9 12

Author : Marcia L. Tate
ISBN : 9781544341309
Genre : Education
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Use research- and brain-based teaching to engage students and maximize learning Lessons should be memorable and engaging. When they are, student achievement increases, behavior problems decrease, and teaching and learning are fun! In 100 Brain-Friendly Lessons for Unforgettable Teaching and Learning 9-12, best-selling author and renowned educator and consultant Marcia Tate takes her bestselling Worksheets Don’t Grow Dendrites one step further by providing teachers with ready-to-use lesson plans that take advantage of the way that students really learn. Readers will find 100 cross-curricular sample lessons from each of the four major content areas Plans designed around the most frequently-taught objectives Lessons educators can immediately adapt 20 brain compatible, research-based instructional strategies Questions that teachers should ask and answer when planning lessons Guidance on building relationships with students to maximize learning
Category: Education

100 Brain Friendly Lessons For Unforgettable Teaching And Learning K 8

Author : Marcia L. Tate
ISBN : 9781544341255
Genre : Education
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Use research- and brain-based teaching to engage students and maximize learning Lessons should be memorable and engaging. When they are, student achievement increases, behavior problems decrease, and teaching and learning are fun! In 100 Brain-Friendly Lessons for Unforgettable Teaching and Learning K-8, best-selling author and renowned educator and consultant Marcia Tate takes her bestselling Worksheets Don’t Grow Dendrites one step further by providing teachers with ready-to-use lesson plans that take advantage of the way that students really learn. Readers will find 100 cross-curricular sample lessons from each of the four major content areas Plans designed around the most frequently-taught objectives Lessons educators can immediately adapt 20 brain compatible, research-based instructional strategies Questions that teachers should ask and answer when planning lessons Guidance on building relationships with students to maximize learning
Category: Education

The New Teacher Toolbox

Author : Scott M. Mandel
ISBN : 9781452273372
Genre : Education
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A one-stop resource for all your first-year teaching needs! With tips for everything from establishing an ideal classroom environment to making it through teacher evaluations, this practical volume helps you plan ahead with confidence, keep your perspective, and prepare for the unexpected. Written in a conversational tone, this completely revised edition introduces techniques by grade level, includes an expanded section on Internet use, and provides field-tested strategies on how to: Encourage student participation and critical thinking Establish fair grading practices Modify instructional methods and curriculum for students with special needs Increase parent involvement Manage stress and maintain sanity
Category: Education

Teaching From Understanding

Author : Julia Litwintschik Ellis
ISBN : 0815311664
Genre : Education
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This volume traces the modern critical and performance history of this play, one of Shakespeare's most-loved and most-performed comedies. The essay focus on such modern concerns as feminism, deconstruction, textual theory, and queer theory.
Category: Education

Teaching Like Jesus

Author : La Verne Tolbert
ISBN : 9780310864295
Genre : Religion
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As a teacher, you long to help others do more than understand the Bible. You want them to experience its relevance and power for their lives. Teaching like Jesus is the answer! This commonsense guide offers examples of Jesus' teaching style from the Gospels, then shows how you can make these principles work for you -- regardless of what age group or ethnic background you're dealing with. Using a proven, four-step plan, Teaching Like Jesus gives you action steps, summaries, and other practical resources that will make your classroom a lively place to learn and apply the lessons so vitally important for transforming lives and nurturing disciples. You'll learn to think in terms of "see, hear, and do" in your lesson plans. And you'll find sample plans for age groups and cultures ranging from African-American preschoolers to Chinese married couples.
Category: Religion

Practical Teaching In Emergency Medicine

Author : Robert L. Rogers
ISBN : 9781118469712
Genre : Medical
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Emergency medicine attendings who wish to hone their teachingskills can find a number of books on educational strategies writtenby physicians from other disciplines. However, until thepublication of the first edition of this book, they did not haveaccess to a text written by emergency medicine physicians onmethods of teaching that are directly applicable to teaching EM.This book was compiled to meet that need. Following the introductory section, which provides importantbackground information, the book’s contents are organizedinto 4 sections that correspond to the core needs and interests ofEM educators: Section 2 focuses on practical and ethicalconsiderations of teaching in the ED; Section 3 provides strategiesfor teaching specific groups of learners; Section 4 looks at theskills that are characteristic of the best EM educators; andSection 5 looks indepthly at specific teaching techniques andstrategies. Now more than ever this book addresses the needs of physicianeducators from all over the world. New chapters discuss lecturingto an international audience; using simulation as a teaching tool;how to make journal club work for you, and other topics that are ofbroad interest to medical educators in this field. Ingeneral, each chapter has been updated and reviewed to make surethe content was something that emergency physician educators coulduse in any country . The chapter contributors are widely regarded as leaders in thefield of emergency medicine education and faculty development.Authors were given free rein to develop their chapters and write intheir own style. They were asked to present their personal views onhow to successfully teach the art of emergency medicine, ratherthan review evidence-based guidelines regarding medical education.As a result, most of the chapters have few references. Thisfirst-person approach to a multi-authored textbook yields acompilation that varies in style from chapter to chapter andexposes the reader to a variety of communication techniques.
Category: Medical