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This practical guide for new and seasoned teachers struggling with student behavior and engagement provides brain-based instructional strategies for building relationships with students that allow teachers to focus on learning rather than managing behavior.
Table of Contents
|About the Authors||p. ix|
|What Is a Learning Classroom? How to Develop Relationships, Relevance, and Rigor||p. 1|
|Who Am I Who Teaches? How Knowing Oneself Impacts Practice||p. 13|
|Who Are the Students We Teach? How Knowing Our Students Affects Teaching and Learning||p. 27|
|How Do We Reach Our Students? How Procedures and Clear Expectations Develop a Learning Classroom||p. 47|
|How Do We Teach Our Students? How to Engage Students in Their Own Learning With Rigor and Relevance||p. 65|
|How Do We Know If Our Students Are Learning? How to Assess and Motivate Students||p. 85|
|How Do We Stay in the Game? How to Cultivate Learning Communities for Continual Professional Growth||p. 105|
|Introductory Student Survey||p. 121|
|Advanced Student Survey||p. 123|
|Sample Socratic Questions: Tools to Stimulate Critical Thinking||p. 125|
|Flexible Lesson Design||p. 127|
|Personal Education Plan||p. 129|
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