Best Practice: New Standards for Teaching and Learning in America's Schools / Edition 2by Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, Arthur Hyde
Pub. Date: 08/13/1998
In this extensively revised and expanded second edition, we find updated descriptions of progressive teaching in six subject areas: reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies, and the arts.
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- Older Edition
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- 5.97(w) x 8.89(h) x 0.66(d)
Table of Contents:
Renewing Our Schools: An Emerging Consensus
Best Practice in Reading
Best Practice in Writing
Best Practice in Mathematics
Best Practice in Science
Best Practice in Social Studies
Best Practice in Visual Art, Music, Dance, and Theatre
Classroom Structures for Best Practice
Making the Transition
But What About Evaluation, Test Scores, Tracking Special Students, Classroom Management, Parents, and Other Concerns?
Yes, but . . . Will It Work in City Schools?
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I am a teacher. I've read much of its content and agree with some of its content. But was turned off by its painting several conservative's views on education in a negative light(see pps.7,137,188). I believe that Zemelman, Daniels, and Hyde along with other scholarly authors who are wanting to improve education should keep away from the practice of slamming other's views in their publications.This was not necessary; it should have been left out. If the authors of Best Practice were going to mention such people as they did on p. 188, they should have been fair and included E.D. Hirsch et al. publications on the matter in the 'Suggested Further Readings' list(pps. 188-189) so that readers/parents/educators had an opportunity to research/compare views. Of course any discriminating person after reading Best Practice will research these opponents and find out they don't bite. I have, they are friendly.