Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice: A Guide to Becoming a Successful Teacher / Edition 1

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Overview

Using a workbook format, Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice: A Workbook to Prepare and Guide a Successful Teaching Experience is a book designed to assist and guide a successful student teacher experience.

This book uses an action and reflection approach. Using the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards as a base, more than 90 chapter activities support the knowledge and skill required for successful and effective teaching. In addition to these activities, self-assessments, a research-based foundation, expert commentaries, vignettes, student-to-student tips, and case studies guide the student teacher to a successful experience.

Designed for student teachers and for those in the beginning years of their teaching career.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205344079
  • Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/22/2002
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 8.13 (w) x 10.81 (h) x 0.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xii
Introduction 1
Entering Professional Practice 1
A Successful Journey 1
Textbook Organization 2
Foundation 4
Activities
0.1 A Memory from the Past 9
0.2 Your First Days of Student Teaching 11
0.3 Student Excuses from Parents 13
0.4 Code of Ethics of the Education Profession 15
0.5 Bridging Gaps 17
0.6 What Would I Say or Do? 19
1 Subject Matter 25
Fundamental Principles 25
Featured Commentary 29
Self-Assessment 29
Activities
1.1 Scavenger Hunt 31
1.2 Teaching: A Science or an Art? 35
1.3 Scope and Sequence 37
Case Study 39
Student-to-Student Tips 39
Bibliography 39
2 Student Learning 41
Fundamental Principles 41
Featured Commentary 45
Self-Assessment 45
Activities
2.1 Student-Centered Classroom 47
2.2 What about Sherri? 49
2.3 Active Participation 51
Case Study 53
Student-to-Student Tips 53
Bibliography 53
3 Diverse Learners 55
Fundamental Principles 55
Featured Commentary 60
Self-Assessment 60
Activities
3.1 Do I Have to Write This Down? 63
3.2 I Don't Get It 65
3.3 Actions + Words = Successful Communication 67
3.4 No Place for the Meek 69
3.5 Lingo Diverse 71
Case Study 73
Student-to-Student Tips 73
Bibliography 73
4 Instructional Strategies 75
Fundamental Principles 75
Featured Commentary 78
Self-Assessment 79
Activities
4.1 Me, My Students, and Bloom 81
4.2 Extend Thinking 85
4.3 Class Discussion 87
4.4 Terms and Products 89
Case Study 93
Student-to-Student Tips 93
Bibliography 93
5 Learning Environment 95
Fundamental Principles 95
Featured Commentary 99
Self-Assessment 100
Activities
5.1 Enhancing the Learning Environment 103
5.2 Proactive Classroom Management 105
5.3 Classroom Procedures and Routines 107
5.4 Classroom Rules 111
5.5 Following Through on Classroom Rules 113
5.6 Intervention vs. Prevention 115
5.7 An Ounce of Prevention 117
5.8 Steps to Successful Discipline 119
5.9 Prevention Strategies 121
5.10 Intervention Strategies 123
Case Study 125
Student-to-Student Tips 125
Bibliography 125
6 Communication 127
Fundamental Principles 127
Featured Commentary 130
Self-Assessment 131
Activities
6.1 "But You Didn't Tell Us to Do That!" 133
6.2 Nobody's Perfect 135
6.3 "Life Is Like a Box of Chocolates" 137
Case Study 139
Student-to-Student Tips 139
Bibliography 140
7 Planning Instruction 141
Fundamental Principles 141
Featured Commentary 143
Self-Assessment 144
Activities
7.1 Before We Get into Groups ... 147
7.2 Oh Right, the Students 149
7.3 Each and Every Time 151
Case Study 153
Student-to-Student Tips 153
Bibliography 153
8 Assessment and Evaluation 155
Fundamental Principles 155
Featured Commentary 160
Self-Assessment 160
Activities
8.1 If You Can See It, You Can Evaluate It 163
8.2 Assessment and Evaluation 165
8.3 Feedback, the Breakfast of Champions 167
8.4 Show and Tell 169
Case Study 171
Student-to-Student Tips 171
Bibliography 171
9 Reflection and Professional Development 173
Fundamental Principles 173
Featured Commentary 175
Self-Assessment 177
Activities
9.1 I Did What? 179
9.2 How Would You Have Handled It? 181
9.3 A.O.K. 183
9.4 Dear Diary 185
Case Study 187
Student-to-Student Tips 187
Bibliography 188
10 Collaboration, Ethics, and Relationships 189
Fundamental Principles 189
Featured Commentary 192
Self-Assessment 193
Activities
10.1 First Days in the Classroom 195
10.2 Teacher As a Professional 197
Case Study 199
Student-to-Student Tips 199
Bibliography 199
11 Documentation and Evidence 201
Introduction 201
Evidence Forms
11.1 Lesson Plan Analysis 203
11.2 Teaching through Activities 205
11.3 Giving Directions 207
11.4 Group Work 209
11.5 Maintaining and Enforcing Classroom Rules 211
11.6 The Little Things I Do 213
11.7 Setting Classroom Rules and Behavior Expectations 215
11.8 Sample Student Work 217
11.9 Teaching Facts and Concepts 219
11.10 Conducting a Whole-Class Discussion 221
11.11 Organizing Classroom Stuff 223
11.12 The Successful Teacher 225
11.13 Picture This! 227
11.14 Looking Back 229
11.15 Your Students Did a Great Job! 231
11.16 Do I Care about My Students? 233
11.17 Planning a Single Lesson 235
11.18 Teaching 1, 2, 3, etc. 237
11.19 Technology Skills Inventory 239
11.20 Conflicts, Problems, and Troubles 241
11.21 3 Rs--Routines, Routines, Routines 243
11.22 Activity Log 245
11.23 Parent and Family Contact Log 247
12 Beyond Student Teaching 249
Introduction 249
Finding a Teaching Position 249
Portfolios 251
Resumes 252
Cover Letters 253
Teacher Application Forms 253
Interviews 254
Professional Organizations 256
State Certification Offices 256
Internet 256
Activities
12.1 Finding a Teaching Position 257
12.2 Your Resume 259
12.3 Cover Letters 261
12.4 Answering Interview Questions 263
12.5 Completing a School District Teacher Application Form 265
Appendices 271
A Professional Organizations 271
B State Certification Offices 273
C Job Fair Record Form 277
D Application/Interview Tracking Form 279
E Education Resources 281
F International Job Search 283
G Educational Websites 285
Index 289
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