American Social Welfare Policy A Pluralist Approach

ISBN-10: 0205401821
ISBN-13: 9780205401826
Edition: 5th 2006 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $110.80
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 544
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Preface
Note to Readers
Note to Instructors
How Can Instructional Design Improve My Teaching?
INTASC Standards
Using This Text
How This Text Is Organized
Teacher Decision Cycle
Chapter Features
Acknowledgments
Making Connections
Connecting Learning and Teaching
Connections
What Is Learning? What Is Instruction?
Views of Learning
Learning Principles List
Views of Teaching
What Is Effective Teaching?
Your Mission Statement
Connecting Planning and Designing
Lesson Plans and Instructional Designs
Design a Lesson
Planning
How Teachers Plan
Instructional Design
Instructional Design Models
Critique an ID Model
Understanding Your Classroom
Content, Learners, and Context
Where Are We in the ID Process?
What This Chapter Is About
What "Content" Is to Be Learned?
Thinking About Content
Who Are Your Learners?
Learner Profile
What Is the Context of the Learning Setting?
Context of the Learning Environment
Summarizing Your Learning in Pre-Lesson Thinking
Pre-Lesson Thinking
Developing Lessons
Determining Learning Outcomes
Where We Are in the ID Process
Scope of This Chapter
Teacher Decision Cycle: Question I
Learning Outcomes
Learning Topics and Learning Outcomes
Searching for and Evaluating Lesson Plans
Lesson Search and Evaluation
Lesson Plan Components
Lesson Plan Example
Lesson Drafts
Lesson Plant Draft
Teacher Decision Cycle
Exploring Assessment Options
Exploring Assessment
Teacher Decision Cycle: Question 2
Views of Assessment
Views on Assessment
Purposes for Assessment
Assessment Tools
Matching Learning Outcomes with Assessment Tools
Develop a Rubric
Assessment in Your Lessons
Assessment Overview
Summary
Exploring Teaching Options
Exploring Teaching
Teacher Decision Cycle: Question 3
Views of Teaching
Views of Teaching
Instructional Events
Instructional Events
Teaching Models
Content-Specific Teaching Strategies
General Teaching Strategies
Your Teaching Options
Teaching Options for Lessons
Summary
Exploring Technology Options
Scope of This Chapter
Teacher Decision Cycle: Question 4
Views of Technology
Views of Technology
Technology Skills
Technology Skills
Media and Technology Definitions
ISTE Standards
Technology Across Learning Outcomes
Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Technology Across Teaching
Technology in Instructional Events
Teaching and Technology Options
Teaching and Technology Options in Your Lessons
Using Technology to Rethink Teaching Decisions
Wrapup Completing Your Lessons
Systematic Decision Making
Revisiting Lesson Plan Components
Revised Lesson Plans
Teaching Your First Lessons
Developing Units
Designing and Teaching Units
Building a Unit
Teacher Decision Cycle in Units
Determining Scope-Learning Focus-Sequence
Unit Intent Statement
Using a Unit Format
Pre-Unit Thinking
Developing Integrated Units
Examining an Elementary Level Unit
Examining a Secondary Level Unit
Summarizing Your Unit
Unit Overview
Summary
Wrapup Completing Your Unit
Documenting Teaching Decisions in Your Unit
Revisiting Unit Components
Unit Outline and Checklist
Evaluating Your Unit
Unit Evaluation
Teaching Your Unit
Growing as a Teacher
Developing Curriculum
What This Chapter Is About
Lessons, Units, and Curriculum
Curriculum Views and Influences
Content Area Curriculum Models
Content Area Standards Using an Integrated Curriculum
School Curriculum Models
School Themes
Summary
Reflecting on Your Learning
What This Chapter Is About
Reflecting and Self-Evaluation Are Good
Evaluate Your Learning
Evaluate Your Learning
Reevaluate Your View of Teaching
Reevaluate Your View of Teaching
Reevaluate Your Planning Process
Reevaluate Your Planning Process
Seek National Board Certification
Choose a National Board Certification Area
Improve Your Technology Skills
Improve Your Technology Skills

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