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This research-based, yet practical book looks at the meaning and direction behind new teachers’ actions related to a number of central educational issues. In clear, concise, reader-friendly language, it explores key aspects of classroom teaching, including 21st century teaching and learning, strategies for learning about students and their families, educational stances, planning and assessment, inclusive and responsive instruction, instructional models and strategies, classroom management and discipline, and professional growth. Throughout the book the author balances up-to-date discussions of educational issues, research findings, and practical advice to give future and new teachers a look at the active nature of learning to teach. Thoroughly updated with hundreds of new citations and recent trends such as national demographic shifts, international and national assessment practices and results; Positive Behavior Interventions and Support; bullying; and issues around GLBTQ students and students with GLBTQ families, K-12 Classroom Teaching now includes chapter outcomes with quick check items, a new Watch and Think feature with links to videos, and guiding questions to promote exploration and expansion of the content presented in each chapter. The Enhanced Pearson eText features embedded video and assessments.
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About the Author
Andrea Guillaume began her career in education as a public middle school teacher. She specializes in pedagogy, particularly in active teaching and content methods. She has written several textbooks and a number of articles related to instruction and teacher development. At California State University, Fullerton, she works with teachers in several courses at both the preservice and graduate levels. She leads an arts-rich credential cohort, and she works with the university’s faculty to enhance instruction and student learning. She also enjoys working with teachers new to their career in a local induction program. Andrea presents widely—often to international audiences—and has written numerous texts and articles related to teaching.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Nature of Teaching
Chapter 2 Developing Your Stance Toward Education
Chapter 3 Students and Families: Teambuilding
Chapter 4 Providing Inclusive and Responsive Instruction
Chapter 5 Planning for Instruction
Chapter 6 Advice on Instruction: Come In
Chapter 7 Instructional Models and Strategies
Chapter 8 Student Assessment
Chapter 9 Managing the Learning Environment
Chapter 10 Classroom Discipline: Encouraging Appropriate Behavior
Chapter 11 Growing in Your Profession