Student Teaching A Process Approach to Reflective Practice

ISBN-10: 0130987441
ISBN-13: 9780130987440
Edition: 2nd 2004 (Revised)
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Description: 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,  More...

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Book details

List price: $62.60
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 5/20/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.716
Language: English

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.

Introduction: Introducing the Reflective Process
Reflective Practices and You
Why Do We Say Reflective Practices?
How Do We Engage in the Reflective Process?
Focus One: What Is Focus One?
Dialogue and 'Teacher Discourse'
Critical Outcomes
Focus Two: What Is Focus Two?
References and Suggested Readings
Guidelines for a Cooperative Learning Group Approach
Why Cooperative Groups?
The Group Process
Who Participates?
What Are the Roles?
Practicing the Process
Forming Groups
Choosing Roles
Getting into Action
Using Discussion Questions
What Is an Action Plan?
What Is the Individual Accountability Report?
References and Suggested Readings
Observing and Analyzing the Teaching Learning Process
Focus One: First Observations
Focus Two
Application: Observing the Teaching/Learning Process
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Developing Instructional Plans
Focus One: Am I Initiating?
Focus Two
Application: Developing Instructional Plans
Preplanning
Learning Styles
Multiple Intelligences
Designing and Planning the Lesson
Instructional Objectives
Lesson Plan Guide
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Designing and Planning Instruction
Focus One: Analyzing Your Emotional Response to Beginning Teaching
Focus Two
Application: Designing and Planning Instruction
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Accommodating the Diversity of Learners
Focus One: Analyzing the Affective Dimensions of Inclusion
Focus Two
Application: Accommodating the Diversity of Learners
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Practicing Lesson Presentation Strategies
Focus One: What Am I Saying? What Am I Hearing?
Directions for One-Way Communication Process
Directions for Two-Way Communication Process
Optional Activity: Total Group Discussion of Process
Focus Two
Application: Practicing Lesson Presentation Strategies
Presentation Strategies
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Stimulating Critical Thinking: Questioning Strategies
Focus One: The Teacher's Story: A Process
Focus Two
Application: Stimulating Critical Thinking with Questioning Strategies
Levels of Cognitive Development and Examples of Questions
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Varying Instructional Strategies
Focus One: What Do I Now See?
Focus Two
Application: Varying Instructional Strategies
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Creating a Learning Climate
Focus One: Teacher as Role Model
Focus Two
Application: Creating a Learning Climate
Exhibits Positive Attitudes and Characteristics
Communicates Clear Verbal and Nonverbal Expectations
Relates to Diverse Student Populations
Promotes Working Relationships among Students
Arranges Positive Physical Environment
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Maintaining the Learning Climate
Focus One: Monumental Design
Focus Two
Application: Maintaining the Learning Climate
Models of Discipline Strategies
Instructional Management Strategies
Behavior Modification Strategies
Socioemotional Climate Strategies
Assertive Discipline Strategies
Safe Schools
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Assessing Student Learning
Focus One: I'm Feeling Proud of ...
Focus Two
Application: Assessing Student Learning
Alternative, Authentic, and Performance Assessment
Standards for Authentic Pedagogy and Student Academic Performance
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Communicating Learning Results
Focus One: Look Where I Am!
Focus Two
Application: Communicating Learning Results
Grading
Forms of Assessment
Scoring Guides or Rubrics
Peer and Self-Assessment
Reporting Guidelines
Reporting to Parents
Conferences
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Collaborating with Colleagues, Parents, and Other Agencies
Focus One: Am I a Collaborator, a Team Player?
Focus Two
Application: Collaborating with Colleagues, Parents, and Other Agencies
Collaboration Skills
Collaboration Forms
Collaborating with Parents
Collaborating with Other Agencies
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Reflecting and Evaluating Teaching
Focus One: For Who I Am and What I Have, Thanks!
Focus Two
Application: Reflecting and Evaluating Teaching
Reflective Teaching Techniques
Helping Learners Become Reflective
Reflective Practice
Assigned Activities
Summary
Follow-Up Questions and Shared Insights
References and Suggested Readings
Continuing the Professional Journey
Professional Growth: Looking Inward
Professional Growth: Partners in the Process
Professional Growth: A Culminating Reflection
Designs, Plans, and Implements Instruction
Accommodates Diversity
Assesses One's Performance
Identifies Personal and Psychological Needs
Seeks and Receives Support
Collaborates with Parents, Colleagues, and Others
Engages in Professional Growth Opportunities
Professional Growth: The Portfolio
Continuing the Journey: A Professional Development Plan
Onward and Upward! Journey On!
Professional Organizations and You
References and Suggested Readings
Acquiring Certification and a Teaching Position
Career Services Center
Resume, Cover Letters, and Interview Techniques
Inquiry about Teaching Positions
Interviewing for a Position
Suggested Interview Questions
Questions for the Interviewee
Professional Portfolio
Obtaining Certification
Career Advancement
Cooperative Group Approach to Focus One Activities
New Teacher Standards
Getting Organized
Lesson Plan Guide
Professional Portfolio Assessment Criteria
Evaluation Forms
Index

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