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TEACHING STRATEGIES: A GUIDE TO EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTION, 9th Edition, is known for its practical, applied help with commonly used classroom teaching strategies and tactics. Perfect for anyone studying education or involved in a site-based teacher education program, the book focuses on topics such as lesson-planning, questioning, and small-group and cooperative-learning strategies. The book is known for its solid coverage of teaching strategies and applications, and the new edition continues on in this tradition, with even more teaching applications and an engaging feature that highlights real-life voices from the field.
Table of Contents
|Foundations of Instructional Design|
|Frames of Reference for Teaching|
|A Snapshot of School and the Profession of Teaching|
|The Challenge of Reflective Teaching and Decision Making|
|The Big Picture in Your Classroom: Focusing the Instruction Kaleidoscope|
|A Holistic View of Instruction|
|Three Perspectives on Instructional Decision Making|
|Educational Equity as the Big Picture|
|Fundamental Tools for Instructional Planning|
|Objectives, Taxonomies, and Standards for Instruction|
|A Rationale for Planning as a Tool|
|Using a Cognitive Taxonomy as an Instructional Guide|
|Using Objectives to Guide Learners|
|Converting Standards to Objectives|
|Overall Consideration for Instructional Planning|
|Instructional Planning Procedures|
|How Expert Teachers Plan|
|Sequencing and Organizing Instruction|
|Models of Lesson Organization|
|Multimethodology as an Instructional Process|
|Instruction as a Dynamic Process in Classrooms|
|Managing the Classroom|
|Goals of Managing a Classroom|
|The Impact of Society on Your Teaching and Classroom|
|Classroom Management Models|
|Managing Classroom Routines|
|Managing the Classroom Environment|
|The Process of Classroom Questioning|
|The Importance of Questioning|
|Appropriate Questioning Behaviors|
|How Questioning Can Create a Dynamic Learning Environment|
|Common Challenges of Questioning|
|Small-Group Discussions and Cooperative Learning|
|Organizing and Initiating Discussion Groups|
|Six Basic Small-Group Discussion Types|
|Inquiry Teaching and Higher-Level Thinking|
|Helping Students Become Better Thinkers|
|Methods for Developing Higher-Level Thinking Skills|
|Basic Contexts and Concepts|
|Formative Classroom Assessment|
|Understanding Assessment Tools|
|Constructing Classroom Assessments|
|Grading to Improve Student Learning|
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