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Overview

Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice is a concise and easy-to-read K-12 teaching methods text. It covers all of the practical information about teaching that effective teachers need. Applying the latest research findings and practical classroom practices, it provides thorough coverage of the strategies and skills essential to every teacher’s repertoire. Author Kenneth Moore has carefully designed the text to maximize instructional flexibility and to model established principles of instruction. It is also intended to expand the pedagogical teaching knowledge of teachers and their instructional repertoires.

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Editorial Reviews

Secondary Education
"Basic curriculum development is addressed well. Realistic feedback on issues in three specific sections are noteworthy- "Reflection on Practice," "View from the Classroom," and "Public View of Education." Tables with today's visually-oriented students are great! The tables illustrating differences between topics are wonderful! "— Margie Theobald
Holly L. Anderson
"Effective Instructional Strategies provides a savvy, comprehensive roadmap for novice teachers including up-to-date research-based pedagogy and practical guidance."
W. Scott Hopkins
"Dr. Moore manages to guide the student through the minefield between theory and practice. He clearly demonstrates the role of theory and what it means for the practitioner."
Sally Beisser
"This text not only provides practice guided by research, it provides opportunities for connection to the real world of teaching and learning through examples, reflection, and current issues."
Andrew C. Kemp
"I like the practical nature of the book. It mainly discusses practices that my prospective teacher students can actually implement in a field setting. I found the chapters to be easy to read and to contain much useful material."
Secondary Education - Margie Theobald
"Basic curriculum development is addressed well. Realistic feedback on issues in three specific sections are noteworthy- "Reflection on Practice," "View from the Classroom," and "Public View of Education." Tables with today's visually-oriented students are great! The tables illustrating differences between topics are wonderful!"
Sue Anderson
“Sensational book including state standard references.”
Gail B. Hartin
“This comprehensive text provides a wealth of theoretical frameworks, examples, and authentic application activities to guide preservice teachers as well as current teachers in planning excellent instruction.”
Jennifer Milam
“The text is absolutely well written, well organized, and clear.”
Patricia Hewitt
“It is current, well planned, and laid out in a progression that makes sense.”
Christine Bond
“Overall, Kenneth Moore has written a comprehensive and practical text for undergraduate methods students.”
Laura Hummell
“I think this textbook has excellent organization and resources.”
Randall Westbrook
“The book is very student friendly.”
Teresa Clements
“Perfect for a semester length course and text for student future reference for studying/library.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412906616
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 2/28/2005
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 504
  • Product dimensions: 8.02 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.95 (d)

Meet the Author

Kenneth D. Moore (Ed D, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Houston) has been involved in teacher education for more than 35 years. During his tenure in higher education he served as Dean of Teacher Education for 12 years and worked closely with school administrators, classroom teachers, student teachers, and teacher education candidates. Dr. Moore has authored four books, numerous journal publications, an ERIC monograph, and has presented many papers at regional and national conventions. He has also served as Director of the Southwest Regional Association of Teachers of Science, President of the Oklahoma Association of Teacher Educators, President of the Oklahoma Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and President of the Arkansas Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. He is a past member of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Board of Examiners (BOE).

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Table of Contents

Preface - Kenneth D. Moore
Part 1. Setting The Stage For Successful Learning - Kenneth D. Moore
Chapter 1: Getting Ready For The Classroom - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Teaching
Professional Teaching Standards
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 2: Planning And Organizing For Teaching - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
A Model of Teaching
The Curriculum
Curriculum Structure
Curriculum Selection
Planning the Course
Technology in the Classroom
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Part 2. Sequencing And Organizing Instruction - Kenneth D. Moore
Chapter 3: Setting Goals And Objectives - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Rationale for Objectives
Objective Specificity
Stating Objectives
Communication of Objectives
Taxonomies of Objectives
Backward Design Approach
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 4: Developing Unit And Daily Lesson Plans - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Planning Instruction
Lesson Plan Structure
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Part 3. Monitoring And Evaluating Student Learning - Kenneth D. Moore
Chapter 5: Evaluating And Measuring Learning - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Evaluation Types
Systems of Evaluation
Problems With Evaluation
Measurement Accuracy
Information Sources
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 6: Constructing And Grading Tests - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Types of Tests
Published Test Banks
Grading Systems
Assigning Final Grades
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Part 4. Designing Instruction To Maximize Student Learning - Kenneth D. Moore
Chapter 7: Using Direct Teaching Methods - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Direct Teaching
Exposition Teaching
Exposition with Interaction Teaching
Lecture Recitation
Textbook Recitation
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 8: Using Integrated Teaching Methods - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
The Demonstration Method
The Socratic Method
Concept Attainment
Cooperative Learning
Simulations and Games
Individualized Strategies
Drill and Practice
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 9: Using Indirect Teaching Methods - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
The Discussion Method
Heuristic Methods
Teacher's Role
Classroom Environment
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 10: Teaching Effective Thinking Strategies - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Thinking Skills
Thinking Skills Instruction
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Part 5. Leading The Dynamic Classroom - Kenneth D. Moore
Chapter 11: Communicating With Students And Parents - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Classroom Communication
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 12: Motivating Students - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
Intrinsic Versus Extrinsic Motivation
The Cognitive Approach to Motivation
The Stimulation Approach to Motivation
The Reinforcement Approach to Motivation
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Chapter 13: Managing The Classroom Environment - Kenneth D. Moore
Overview
Objectives
The Role of Classroom Leadership
The Role of Classroom Management
Approaches to Classroom Management
Causes of Misbehavior
Organizing for Effective Management
Managing the Class
Summary
Discussion Questions and Activities
Connection With the Field
Praxis II Connection
Appendix A - Laboratory Experiences: Microteaching and Reflective Teaching - Kenneth D. Moore
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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