effective teaching methods


No.ISBN : 0139361308
Author : Gary D. Borich
Genre : Education
Publisher : Prentice Hall
Copyright Year : 2000
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DESCRIPTION : 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.


No.ISBN : UVA:X030114167
Author : Paul R. Burden
Genre : Education
Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
Copyright Year : 2007
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DESCRIPTION : Provides research-based coverage of general teaching methods with an emphasis on such contemporary issues as differentiating instruction, creating a learning community, and promoting student understanding.


No.ISBN : 9780864319128
Author : Peter S. Westwood
Genre : Education
Publisher : Aust Council for Ed Research
Copyright Year : 2008
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DESCRIPTION : 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.


No.ISBN : UOM:39015063340353
Author : Hellmut R. Lang
Genre : Education
Publisher : Allyn & Bacon
Copyright Year : 2006
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DESCRIPTION : 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.


No.ISBN : 9781605661032
Author : Ellis, Heidi J.C.
Genre : Computers
Publisher : IGI Global
Copyright Year : 2008-10-31
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DESCRIPTION : Over the past decade, software engineering has developed into a highly respected field. Though computing and software engineering education continues to emerge as a prominent interest area of study, few books specifically focus on software engineering education itself. Software Engineering: Effective Teaching and Learning Approaches and Practices presents the latest developments in software engineering education, drawing contributions from over 20 software engineering educators from around the globe. Encompassing areas such as student assessment and learning, innovative teaching methods, and educational technology, this much-needed book greatly enhances libraries with its unique research content.


No.ISBN : 0875861172
Author : Raymond P. Perry
Genre : Education
Publisher : Agathon Press
Copyright Year : 1997
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No.ISBN : 0781452562
Author : Marlene D. LeFever
Genre : Religion
Publisher : David C Cook
Copyright Year : 1996-07-01
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DESCRIPTION : This book provides a step-by-step plan for effectively using drama, role-play, music, art, and much more in the classroom to reach every one you teach. An outstanding resource for anyone involved with guiding and educating students of all ages.


No.ISBN : 9781452236698
Author : Kenneth D. Moore
Genre : Education
Publisher : SAGE
Copyright Year : 2011-01-28
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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DESCRIPTION : 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.


No.ISBN : 9781785607004
Author : Stephen Carroll
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Emerald Group Publishing
Copyright Year : 2015-12-07
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DESCRIPTION : This book is for managers at all levels of formal organizations. The experienced author team provides suggestions and principles for managers in carrying out their training and mentoring roles. Vivid lessons from stories and films throughout the book show the impact a gifted teacher can have in helping individuals and their organizations thrive.


No.ISBN : 9780547212937
Author : Donald Orlich
Genre : Business & Economics
Publisher : Cengage Learning
Copyright Year : 2009-01-20
File Format : PDF, EPUB
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DESCRIPTION : TEACHING STRATEGIES: A GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION, 9th Edition, is an introductory core text known for its practical, applied help with commonly used classroom teaching strategies and tactics. Appropriate for both traditional and non-traditional education students, as well as those enrolled in site-based teacher education programs, the text focuses on topics such as lesson-planning, questioning, and small-group and cooperative-learning strategies. The book’s hallmark strength--solid coverage of teaching strategies and applications--continues in this new edition with even more teaching applications and an engaging feature that highlights real-life voices from the field. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.