Student Teaching: A Process Approach to Reflective Practice (2nd Edition)
A guide to help readers develop and use best practices in teaching, this useful book emphasizes reflection, assessment, classroom management, diversity, and technology. Real-life scenarios and personal experiences underline the INTASC standards, making this not only an important reference but an interesting and fact-filled read. Topics comprehensively covered include: observing and analyzing the teaching-learning approach; examining the planning process; accommodating diversity in the classroom; integrating technology; lesson presentation strategies; instructional strategies; creating and maintaining a learning climate; assessing student learning and communicating learning results; collaborative skills with colleagues and community; and tips on searching for teaching positions. For educators, teacher aids, and others involved in education; because of its comprehensive appendices, this list also includes staff training specialists and those employed in the presentation of seminars and symposia.
Specifications of Student Teaching: A Process Approach to Reflective Practice (2nd Edition)
|Author||M. Serra Goethals, Rose A. Howard, Marie M. Sanders|
|Number Of Pages||304|
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