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Society, the Classroom, and Instructional Practice has been developed to help middle and high school teachers speak to the difficult 21st century issues in a rational, thoughtful manner.
This text connects the lives and educational needs of the secondary students/persons with the society that they are part of, while addressing the complexity of the relationship of instruction and the learner in the milieu of the society as a whole. Further, it, cogently, discusses issues—such as gender, social class, the power structure, race/ethnicity, and inequality of educational opportunity—in the culture of the United States of America. The text focuses on the results of current research as the basis for decision-making about instructional methodology and strategies.
Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Perspectives on Issues in Society Chapter 3 Understanding Society: A Framework for Thinking about Adolescence and Education Chapter 4 TBK 101: Teaching Black Kids for Beginners Chapter 5 Sexual Minority Students in School and Society Chapter 6 Eating Disorders in Middle Grades' Females and Males Part 7 Perspectives on Issues in the Classroom Chapter 8 The Classroom as a Democratic Place Chapter 9 Understanding the Needs and Characteristics of the Adolescent Learner Chapter 10 Technology Issues in the Classroom Chapter 11 Beyond Management: Creating a Classroom Climate for Engagement Chapter 12 Parental Involvement and the Secondary School Part 13 Perspectives on Instructional Practice Issues Chapter 14 The Nature of Instruction Chapter 15 Literacy Practices in the Secondary Content Area Classroom Chapter 16 Differentiating Instruction in the Secondary Classroom Chapter 17 Cooperation in the Classroom: Preparing Adolescents to Work Together Productively Chapter 18 Using Assessment for Data-Based Decision-Making
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