Focusing specifically on teaching in grades 7-12, this comprehensive resource guide/workbook involves readers interactively -- through discussions, exercises, vignettes, and case studies -- with the why, what, how, and how well of a performance-based, competency-based, criterion-referenced approach to teaching. Explores instructional planning, strategy implementation, discipline, legal issues, and both student and teacher evaluation. Reflects the latest developments in cognitive learning theory, the constructivist approach to learning, social/interactive learning, the current school funding environment, and the growing diversity of the student population. Emphasizes an eclectic model of teaching which encourages readers to choose effective approaches from a variety of possible teaching models. Connects strategies rather than teaching them as separate entities. For prospective secondary school teachers (grades 7-12).Provide students with clear descriptions (rubrics) of how evaluation and grading will be done. ... Autobiographical incident. ... P. L. Tiedt and I. M. Tiedt, Multicultural Teaching: A Handbook of Activities, Information, and Resources, 4th ed.
|Title||:||Secondary School Teaching|
|Author||:||Richard Dean Kellough, Noreen G. Kellough|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1999|