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Teaching for Student Learning Becoming a Master Teacher

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ISBN-10: 0618434003

ISBN-13: 9780618434008

Edition: 2008

Authors: Kevin Ryan, James M. Cooper, Susan Tauer

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To accommodate the evolution of teacher education programs, this new text has been developed for two groups: 1) those serving as interns or student teachers as they complete traditional teacher education programs and 2) new in-service teachers who are part of an alternative certification program. This team of experienced educators and authors offers users a set of very practical tools, skills, and advice that they can put into immediate use in the field. The authors also aim to provoke a high level of engagement and interaction with the program. Retaining the hallmark reader-friendly style and format of the best-selling Ryan/Cooper texts, Teaching for Student Learning's 3-hole punched and…    
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List price: $149.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 4/10/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.782

Kevin Ryan, Ph.D., Stanford University, is Professor Emeritus of Education at Boston University School of Education. He is also the founding director of the Center for Character and Social Responsibility. A former high school English teacher, Dr. Ryan was a tenured faculty member at the University of Chicago and the Ohio State University before moving to Boston University. In 1970 Ryan was granted an Alfred North Whitehead Fellowship at Harvard University. Since then he received the Boston University Scholar-Teacher Award, the National Award of Distinction by the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, and the Paideia Society's Award for Educational Excellence. Ryan has…    

James M. Cooper is Professor Emeritus from the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia, where he served as Commonwealth Professor of Education (1984-2004) and Dean of the School (1984-1994). As Dean of the Curry School of Education, he led the initiative to restructure the teacher education program, moving to an innovative five-year program that integrates the study of arts and sciences, professional education, and field experiences. In addition, he has authored, co-authored, or edited over 60 book chapters, journal articles, monographs, and books, including TEACHING FOR STUDENT LEARNING: BECOMING A MASTER TEACHER (with Kevin Ryan, � 2012, Cengage); THOSE WHO CAN, TEACH,…    

Susan Tauer began her teaching career in the Peace Corps as an English-as-a-Foreign-Language (EFL) teacher in Cote d'Ivoire, West Africa. She taught in the Ivorian schools for five years and was a teacher-trainer for EFL teachers for two years. She then joined the faculty of the International Community School of Abidjan, where she taught a multi-grade sheltered English class and self-contained elementary class for eight years. Upon her return to the United States in 1991, Dr. Tauer began teaching at the college level, working with pre-service teachers. She has taught undergraduate courses in foundations of education, elementary math and science methods, and graduate courses in philosophy of…    

Reflective Teaching for Student Learning Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes You Need to be an Effective Teacher Reflective Teaching
The No Child Left Behind Act
Understanding Student Differences How We Got Here: A Brief History of U.S. Cultural Diversity Diversity in Today's Classrooms
Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners Intercultural Communication Cultural Pluralism Multicultural Education
Teaching Students with Disabilities Learners with Disabilities Educating Students with Disabilities
Responsibilities of Schools Educating Students with Disabilities
Responsibilities of the Classroom Teacher
Teaching Academically Diverse Learners What Is Intelligence?
Learning Styles Addressing Intelligences and Learning Styles Through Differentiated Instruction
Key Principles of Learning Behaviorist Theories Cognitive Theories Social Learning Theory
Combining Behaviorism with Cognition
School Culture Historical Purposes of U.S. Schools Purposes of Today's American Schools School Culture
Establishing the Classroom Environment Learning Activities Physical Arrangement of the Classroom Classroom Rules and Policies Organizational Tasks Clashing Cultures
When Classroom Culture and School Culture Collide
Maintaining the Classroom Environment Student Motivations and Needs
What Do Students Want?
Getting, and Keeping, Students Focused Preventing Misbehavior Dealing with Misbehavior
Planning What to Teach Planning to Plan
Influences on the Planning Process The Planning Process Interdisciplinary Planning
Planning Lessons Lesson Plan Overview Learning Goals and Objectives State Standards in Your Lesson Plan Materials Planning Procedure Assessment Extensions/Differentiations Transitioning Connections Among the Subjects
How to Teach The Purpose of the Lesson Learning Activities Timing and Pacing Adjusting Learning Activities to Learning Styles
Communication in the Classroom Teachers as Communication Senders Instructional Messages Means of Communication Your Students
Receivers of Instructional Communication Feedback
Confirming Delivery of Your Message Negotiating and Conflict Resolution Skills
Teaching and Technology
Technology Terminology, or What Might You Find in Your Classroom?
A New Way to Teach?
A New Way to Learn?
Technology Across the Curriculum
Assessment for Learning
What Is Assessment?
Assessment as Part of Teaching
Purposes for Assessment
Formal and Informal Assessment
Information-Gathering Techniques
Tools for Assessment Measurement
Choosing Assessment Tools Fairness, Reliability, and Validity of Assessment Tools Evaluation
Assigning Value to Information Gathered Grading
Working with Your Students' Families Benefits of Maintaining Good Communication Communication Methods
It's Not Just What I Say, It's How I Say It Getting Parents Involved and Managing Their Involvement
Working with Colleagues The Culture of Teaching Norms of Interaction Among Teachers A New Teaching Culture?
School Governance and Funding Governance of Schools School Funding
Professional Performance Assessment Defining Effective Teaching The Evaluation Process Before the Evaluation
How to Prepare After the Evaluation Self-Assessment
Being a Reflective Practitioner
The Ethics of Teaching The Characteristics of Ethical Teaching Ethical Dilemmas The Everyday Ethics of Teaching
Educational Law Legal Responsibilities of Teachers Legal Rights of Teachers
Hiring, Firing, and Educational Law Hiring Practices Contracts Termination of Service
The First Year Overcoming Initial Disorientation How to Prepare for Your First Year What Help Can You Expect?
Professionalism in Teaching Qualities, Attributes, and Activities of the Complete Professional Societal Views of Teaching and Teachers
The Drive to Upgrade the Teaching Profession Your Own Professional Development Professionalism and Your Philosophy of Teaching