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A Resource Guide for Elementary School Teaching is a practical, comprehensive, and concise methods book designed to engage readers in "hands-on" and "minds-on" learning about effective teaching.
Designed to engage readers in both hands-on and reflective learning, each chapter contains an abundance of application exercises on perforated pages that provide opportunities to practice what you are learning and to reflect on the progress you are making toward your professional competence. Its user-friendly format presents teachers with a valuable resource by offering strategies that can be easily applied in the elementary classroom.
Inservice Elementary Teachers (K-5).
|Ch. 1||What do I need to know about today's elementary schools?||2|
|Ch. 2||The nature of the challenge : what do I need to know about elementary learners?||28|
|Ch. 3||What are the expectations, responsibilities, and facilitating behaviors of a classroom teacher?||48|
|Ch. 4||What do I need to know to manage an effective, safe, and supportive learning environment?||78|
|Ch. 5||How do I plan and select content?||102|
|Ch. 6||How do I assess, use, and report student achievement?||124|
|Ch. 7||How do I prepare activities, lessons, and units?||150|
|Ch. 8||What do I need to know to use teacher talk and questioning as effective instructional tools?||188|
|Ch. 9||What guidelines assist my use of demonstrations, thinking, inquiry learning, and games?||212|
|Ch. 10||What guidelines assist my use of groupings and assignments to promote positive interaction and quality learning?||234|
|Ch. 11||How can I assess my teaching effectiveness and continue my professional development?||262|