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The Act of Teaching prepares students to be competent beginning teachers and to develop into competent experienced teachers. Research-based, the text emphasizes what teachers need to know about students (how they learn and their diversities); how to plan and provide instruction; how to assess, manage and motivate students; and how, overall, to be an effective teacher. Well-designed pedagogical features prompt students to reflect on what they are learning, highlight current issues and topics, and encourage students to apply what they are learning.
Deborah Bainer Jenkins is professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of West Georgia.
Table of Contents
|The Act of Teaching, Fifth Edition|
|The Backdrop Of Teaching|
|Factors that Influence How We Teach|
|The Challenge of Teaching in a Changing Society|
|Teaching Diverse Students|
|Three Schools of Thought About Learning and Teaching|
|Getting to Know Your Students and Motivating Them to Learn|
|The Act Of Teaching|
|Four Instructional Alternatives: Presentation, Discussion, Independent Study, and Individualized Instruction|
|Four More Instructional Alternatives: Cooperative Learning, Discovery Learning, Constructivism, and Direct Instruction|
|Evaluating Students' Learning|
|The Effective Teacher|
|Personal Attributes and Characteristics of Effective Teachers|
|Professional Skills and Abilities of Effective Teachers|
|Classroom Management Skills of Effective Teachers|
|Problem Solving Skills of Effective Teachers|
|Reflective Skills of Effective Teachers|
|Practice Teaching Manual|
|Unit 1 Microteaching: Practicing Critical Teaching Skills|
|Unit 2 Reflective Teaching: Practicing Being a Thoughtful Practitioner|
|Unit 3 Room 221: A Simulation: Solving Classroom Problems|
|Appendix: How the Act of Teaching Meets the Requirements of Praxis III|
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