Powerful Lesson Planning: Every Teacher's Guide to Effective Instruction / Edition 2

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Overview

This jump-start of a book offers four planning models and provides novice and experienced teachers with step-by-step, essential guidance in the challenging task of lesson planning.

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Editorial Reviews

Charlotte Danielson
"Powerful Lesson Planning is an important book, offering essential guidance in the highly complex task of lesson planning and providing teachers with guidance as they increase their lesson planning proficiency. In this age of content standards and the high-stakes assessment of those standards, the teacher's challenge in planning for instruction is more profound than ever. "
From the Foreword by Charlotte Danielson
"Powerful Lesson Planning is an important book, offering essential guidance in the highly complex task of lesson planning and providing teachers with guidance as they increase their lesson planning proficiency. In this age of content standards and the high-stakes assessment of those standards, the teacher's challenge in planning for instruction is more profound than ever. "
Charlotte Danielson
"Powerful Lesson Planning is an important book, offering essential guidance in the highly complex task of lesson planning and providing teachers with guidance as they increase their lesson planning proficiency. In this age of content standards and the high-stakes assessment of those standards, the teacher's challenge in planning for instruction is more profound than ever. "
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412937313
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 4/20/2006
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 971,249
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Janice Skowron, Ed.D. is an educational consultant known for facilitating interactive, engaging workshops for teachers and administrators on curriculum and instructional planning in the reading and the language arts. Using research proven strategies, Dr. Skowron models and shows teachers how to create effective lessons for basic, integrated, differentiated, and problem based learning. She has experience as a classroom teacher, reading specialist, and school and district administrator at the elementary and middle school levels. Dr. Skowron is a frequent presenter at professional conferences and has authored numerous educational materials and articles.

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Table of Contents

Reproducible Pages Directory Foreword Preface Publisher's Acknowledgments About the Author
1. Basic Instructional Design From Here to Intuitive Teaching Experience and Practice Professional Teaching Standards Designing Powerful Lessons Planning a Basic Lesson Using the Basic Instructional Design Planning Guide Reflective Practice: Inner Dialogue
2. Integrated Instructional Design An Integrated Approach to Learning Why Integrated Instruction Is a Good Idea Benefiting From Best Practice Models What Gets Integrated?
Planning Integrated Instruction Using the Integrated Instructional Design Planning Guide Summary of General Planning Steps for Integrated Learning Reflective Practice: Inner Dialogue
3. Differentiated Instructional Design The Many Facets of Differentiated Instruction Why Differentiated Instruction Is a Good Idea The Differentiated Classroom The Role of Learning Standards in Differentiated Instruction Teaching With a Differentiated Approach Textbooks and Differentiated Instruction Planning for Success in Differentiated Instruction Designing Learning Activities to Differentiate Instruction Planning Differentiated Instruction Using the Differentiated Instructional Design Planning Guide Summary of General Planning Steps for Differentiated Instruction Reflective Practice: Inner Dialogue
4. Problem-Based Learning Instructional Design Problem-Based Learning Examined The Role of Learning Standards in a Problem-Based Learning Classroom Planning for Problem-Based Learning Effectively Leading Problem-Based Learning Planning Problem-Based Learning Using the Problem-Based Learning Planning Guide Summary of General Planning Steps for Problem-Based Learning Reflective Practice: Inner Dialogue Resources Bibliography Index

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