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Recognizing that the themes of American education have changed dramatically, Steven Zemelman, Harvey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde reconvened, and their new edition provides fresh, inspiring examples of state-of-the-art teaching methods in action.
Arthur Hyde is a professor of mathematics education at National-Louis University.
Table of Contents
|Renewing our schools : the progressive consensus||p. 1|
|Best practice in reading||p. 36|
|Best practice in writing||p. 78|
|Best practice in mathematics||p. 106|
|Best practice in science||p. 140|
|Best practice in social studies||p. 170|
|Best practice in visual art, music, dance, and theater||p. 195|
|The seven structures of best practice teaching||p. 227|
|Making the transition||p. 266|
|Will it work in city schools?||p. 294|
|Best practice works : the proof and the pendulum||p. 312|
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