Teaching that Guarantees Learning

Teaching that Guarantees Learning

by Obed Onwuegbu

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Teaching that Guarantees Learning by Obed Onwuegbu

One may not be a good teacher without understanding learning. . Teaching That Guarantees Learning For Home Schooling and Classroom Teachers is a sequel to Humanizing Education for The Twenty-first Century. This book answers five main questions. 1. What is teaching? 2. Who is a teacher? 3. What does a teacher require in order to teach? 4. Who learns and what happens in the process? 5. What happens to the bad teacher? Teaching is arranging for and facilitating learning. The teacher is the facilitator. Every teacher must be equipped with various factors and knowledge of the student, subjects and arrangements i.e. methods of delivery. Only the student learns, and therefore must be the most active person in any learning situation. Fire the teacher if training him or her in the 3Ks fails to yield good result. This book is written for anyone who is interested in teaching and or learning, parents, teachers, students and those who home school

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015598995
Publisher: Obed Onwuegbu
Publication date: 09/12/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 157 KB

About the Author

Obed Onwuegbu obtained his Ph.D in educational pyschology from the University of Utah in 1970 and went on to a distinguished career as an educator, administrator and policy maker in all levels of education, from elementary education through higher education. In addition, he is a published author whose works include:

Discover Teaching, 1979, Fourth Dimension, Enugu, Nigeria

A Guide to Successful Teaching Practice and Practical Teaching Examinations, 1979, Ogunsina P. W. Nigeria

The Structure and Phases of Intelligence A Construct, 1980. Ibadan University Press Publishing House

Affixing Fragmented Nigeria The Scramble for Africa Must Stop, 2003 AuthorHouse
Humanizing Education For The Twenty-First Century, 2004, AuthorHouse

In addition to his roles as educator, he served as the President of Federal College of Education, Special education in Nigeria, and was the Under Secretary in charge of Special Education for the country.

Some of his many awards include:

First Lyndon State alumni author
Lyndon State Distinguished Alumus, 2004
Letter of Commendation from the Federal Ministry of Education, Nigeria
Evaluated the 8th World Conference on the Mentally Handicapped in Nairobi Kenya at the request of the United Nations and the Commonwealth of Nations in 1982
United Nations Development Program (UNDP) funded my proposal for faculty development at FCE, Oyo, Nigeria, 1987
First VP of the Nigerian Educational Psychology Assoc. (NEPA)
Paper entitled, Special Education the Lonely Voice in the Nigerian Education, presented at University of Lagos in 1986, chosen by The Nigerian Academy for Education as its number one project with the Federal Ministry of Education.

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