Designed especially for secondary teachers, this book grounds a constructivist approach in 7 discrete instructional methods. These student-centered methods, with accompanying planning templates, range from various types of discussions and interactive mini-lectures to independent student exploration. The book discusses in detail 13 techniques that carry out methods, from questioning and personalizing to heuristics and role-playing. Secondary school teachers and administrators.A chemistry teacher could dress as a wizard and demonstrate a chemical reaction; an English teacher might do a ... An effective introductory technique for an early-year ILPE is for you as the teacher to introduce yourself in the manner that you ... It is often effective to work an activity, such as a simple game, into your Hook (this is a good option later in the lesson, too). ... Activity options include asking students to interview each other and then introduce their partner to the class; invitinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Seven Constructivist Methods for the Secondary Classroom|
|Author||:||Ina Claire Gabler, Michael Schroeder|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2003|