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Is great teaching a gift that only a few of us are born with, or is it a skill that can be learned?
Table of Contents
|Start Where Your Students Are||p. 27|
|Know Where Your Students Are Going||p. 54|
|Expect to Get Your Students There||p. 77|
|Support Your Students||p. 102|
|Use Effective Feedback||p. 125|
|Focus on Quality, Not Quantity||p. 152|
|Never Work Harder Than Your Students||p. 170|
|Putting It All Together||p. 192|
|The Master Teacher Trajectory||p. 206|
|Developing an Action Plan||p. 208|
|Sample Action Plan Evidence||p. 221|
|Reflection Sheet||p. 224|
|Master Teacher Observation Form||p. 228|
|Using the Mastery Principles to Solve Instructional Challenges||p. 229|
|Classroom Problems by Principle||p. 233|
|Guidelines for Forming a Study Group||p. 236|
|Developing a Student Intervention Cycle||p. 238|
|About the Author||p. 246|
|Related ASCD products||p. 249|
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