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How teaching happens : seminal works in teaching and teacher effectiveness and what they mean in practice

How teaching happens : seminal works in teaching and teacher effectiveness and what they mean in practice (1회 대출)

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개인저자
Kirschner, Paul A., 1951- author. Hendrick, Carl, author. Heal, Jim, author.
서명 / 저자사항
How teaching happens : seminal works in teaching and teacher effectiveness and what they mean in practice / Paul A. Kirschner, Carl Hendrick and Jim Heal ; illustrated by Oliver Caviglioli.
발행사항
Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2022.  
형태사항
xix, 353 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9781032132075 9781032132082
요약
"Building on their bestselling book How Learning Happens, Paul Kirschner and Carl Hendrick are joined by Jim Heal to explore how teaching happens. The book seeks to closely examine what makes for effective teaching in the classroom and how research on expert teaching can be used in practice. Introducing 30 seminal works from the field of education psychology research, the learning sciences, and teaching effectiveness studies, each chapter takes an important work and illustrates clearly and concisely what the research means and how it can be used in daily practice. Divided into six sections the book covers: Teacher effectiveness, development, and growth, Curriculum development / Instructional design, Teaching Techniques, Pedagogical content knowledge, In the Classroom, Assessment, What's missing? Written by three leading experts in the field with illustrations by Oliver Cavigioli, How Teaching Happens provides a clear roadmap for classroom teachers, school leaders and teacher trainers/trainees on what effective teaching looks like in practice"--
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Effective teaching. Curriculum planning. Instructional systems --Design. Educational tests and measurements. Classroom management.
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Preface Section 1: Teacher effectiveness, development, and growth 1. An Experienced Teacher An Expert Teacher 2. Those Who Understand, Teach 3. Teachers Are Made, Not Born 4. Teachers Are Made, Not Born 5. I Think, Therefore I Teach 6. When Thinking and Acting Become One Section 2: Curriculum development / Instructional design 7. It''s all about alignment 8. Pebble in the Pond 9. How to tell the Story of an Idea 10. If you don''t know where you''re going, you might wind up someplace else Section 3: Teaching Techniques 11. There''s No Such Thing as a Child Who Can''t Be Taught 12. Burning the Strawman 13. Make Something of what You''ve Learnt 14. Learning: No Pain, No Gain 15. Step for Step Section 4: Pedagogical content knowledge 16. Why You Can''t Teach What You Don''t Know 17. Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching 18. The Science of Science Teaching 19. Three Chords and the Truth 20. How Should we Teach Reading? 21. Why Technology Should be the Servant not the Master? Section 5: In the classroom 22. "To Thine Own Self Be True": The Authentic Teacher 23. Relationally Speaking 24. Why Relationships Matter 25. Teachers as Intelligent Consumers Section 6: Assessment 26. The Many Faces and Uses of Assessment 27. When Testing Kills Learning 28. Don''t Ask Questions That Don''t Require Understanding to Answer 29. Why Teaching to the Test is So Bad 30. Hocus-Pocus Teacher Education End notes Glossary Index

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