This book demonstrates how student-centered learning activities can help your middle and high school students meet curriculum standards. Its vivid and authentic examples will appeal to you if you embrace active learning and want to apply constructivist methodologies in your classroom. This book explains the links between constructivism and other innovative teaching practices such as: - cooperative learning - multiple intelligences - portfolio assessment - curriculum mapping - culturally relevant teaching - and many others Applications of these practices in classrooms are demonstrated and displayed by: - sample lesson and unit plans - summary charts - classroom management models - examples of student assessmentstime of high-stakes testing and standards-driven assessments, the best rationale for using maps is to validate standards by searching for places where students may complete constructivist activities that match intended outcomes. Covey, S.
|Author||:||Chandra Foote, Catherine Battaglia, Paul Vermette|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-05-22|