9780130200792

Through the Eyes of a Child

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    9780130200792

  • ISBN10:

    0130200794

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1998-07-01
  • Publisher: Pearson College Div
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Table of Contents

Introduction 7(8)
Assessing, Grading, and Reporting Student Achievement: Time-Intensive and Extremely Important Responsibilities
8(4)
Avenues for Assessing Student Learning
8(2)
Think First, Write Second: That Which Separates the Professional Teacher from Anyone Off the Street Is the Teacher's Ability to Go Beyond Mere Description of Behavior
10(1)
Student Journals and Assessment
10(1)
Student Portfolios and Assessment
11(1)
Avoiding the Rush at the End of a Grading Period
11(1)
Attaining Credibility with Students: Teacher Attitude and Modeling Behaviors
12(1)
Beyond Teaching: A Teacher Is Interesting Because of His or Her Interests Outside of School
12(1)
First Year of Teaching: Not the Best Time to Assume New Personal and Social Commitments and Responsibilities
13(1)
Colleagues, Administrators, and Support Staff: Your Professional Network
13(1)
An Expert Among Professionals
13(1)
Envious Colleagues
13(1)
Sharing a Common Purpose
14(1)
Curriculum Concerns
14(8)
Teaching Both Children and the Subject Matter Content Standards: An Oxymoron?
14(1)
Integrating the Subjects
15(1)
Cooperative Learning: Don't Give Up Before Experiencing Its Benefits
16(3)
Group Grading: Don't Do It
19(1)
Controversial Content and Issues: Unavoidable
19(3)
Sample of books that have been challenged for use in public schools
20(2)
Decision Making and Locus of Control: No One Knowledgeable Ever Said That Good Teaching Is Easy, But It Is Fun and Rewarding
22(2)
Coping Strategies
22(1)
Decision Making
23(1)
Reflection and the Locus of Control
23(1)
Discipline: Fear of Loss of Control Is a Major Concern of Many Beginning Teachers
24(12)
Beginning the School Year Well: Thorough Preparation Provides Confidence and Fosters Success
25(1)
Preventing a Ship from Sinking Is Easier Than Is Saving a Sinking One: Mistakes to Avoid
25(10)
Helping Students Develop Self-Control
35(1)
Equality in the Classroom: Ensure a Psychologically Safe and Supportive Learning Environment
36(1)
First Day: Your One Opportunity to Make an Initial Impression
37(6)
Dress with Professional Pride
37(1)
Greeting the Students
37(1)
Initial Activity
37(1)
Student Seating
38(1)
Information About the Class
38(1)
Procedures and Endorsed Behavior
38(2)
What Students Need to Understand from the Start
40(2)
Consequences for Inappropriate Behavior
42(1)
Sample model of consequences for student misbehavior
43(1)
First Homework Assignment
43(1)
Guest Speaker: How to Make It a Successful Learning Experience
43(1)
High Energy Days and the Disruption of Routine: Kids are Human, Too
44(2)
Internet: Resource to Enhance Teaching and Student Learning
46(3)
Internet resources
49(1)
Makeup Work: Be Firm but Understanding
49(2)
Homework Assignments
49(1)
Late Work: Consider All Aspects of a Student's Situation
49(1)
Tests and Quizzes
50(1)
Media: If Anything Can Go Wrong, It Will!
51(1)
Motivational Ideas: For Your Repertoire
52(11)
The Visual and Performing Arts
53(1)
Family and Consumer Economics, Foods, and Textiles
54(2)
English, Languages, and the Language Arts
56(2)
Mathematics
58(1)
Science
59(2)
Social Sciences
61(2)
Paper Work: How to Avoid Becoming Buried by It
63(1)
Parent and Guardian Contacts and Involvement
63(4)
Back-to-School Night and Open House
64(1)
Conferences
65(1)
Home-School Links
66(1)
Dealing with a Hostile Parent
66(1)
Politics at School: Best to Avoid
67(1)
Professional Organizations: Select and Join One
67(1)
Protecting Students and Yourself: Liability and Safety
67(3)
Title IX
68(1)
Teacher Liability and Insurance
68(1)
Child Abuse and Neglect
69(1)
First Aid and Medication
70(1)
Records: Maintain Documentation
70(1)
Worst Nightmare
71(1)
Reliability: A Good Teacher Is a Reliable Teacher
71(1)
Salary: Not Great but Steady
72(1)
A Sense of Humor, an Intelligent Behavior: Please Smile Before Christmas
72(1)
Student Learning: When Children Do Not Learn the Way We Teach Them, Then We Must Teach Them the Way They Learn
73(5)
Student at Risk
73(1)
Learning Style Is Not an Indicator of Intelligence but of How a Person Learns
74(2)
The Learning Cycle
76(1)
Learning Capacities
77(1)
Classroom vignette: Using the theory of learning capacities (multiple intelligences) and multilevel instruction
79
Subject Knowledge: Fountainhead of Information or an Educational Broker?
78(2)
Teaching Out of Major for All or a Portion of the School Day: A Misuse and Abuse of Beginning Teachers
79(1)
Supplies and Textbooks: Seldom Adequate
80(2)
What You Want for Your Birthday
80(1)
Student Textbooks
81(1)
Teacher's Lounge: You May Want to Avoid It
82(1)
Total School: You Should Get Into It
82(1)
Student Activities: There Is More to Teaching and Learning Than Classroom Work
83(1)
Transitions: A Difficult Skill to Master
83(1)
Your Place of Work: Please Show Pride in It
84(1)
Your First Observation by an Administrator: How to Avoid a Panic Attack
84(2)
Summary 86(1)
For Further Reading 87(2)
Index 89

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