Real-Life Case Studies for Teachers

ISBN-10: 081083748X

ISBN-13: 9780810837485

Edition: 2000

Authors: William Hayes

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The situations described in these case studies introduce a range of problems that exist in schools today. From coaching the student teacher to motivating non-academic students, the studies provide a foundation for discussion, role-playing and research.
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Book details

List price: $44.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Scarecrow Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/22/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

William Hayes is Chariman of the Division of Teacher Education at Roberts Wesleyan College.

She Really Is a Good Kid: student cheatingp. 1
The Observation: teacher's observation by administratorp. 4
Reorganizing a Classroom: inclusionp. 7
Teachers vs. Administration: contract negotiationsp. 10
The Noisy Classroom: dealing with an ineffective colleaguep. 13
To Retain or Not to Retain: keeping a student at grade levelp. 16
A Mixed Blessing: a difficult teacher aidep. 19
Do I Want to Make This Boy Ineligible? academic eligibilityp. 22
The Name Is Mr. Cole: a young teacher's relationship with studentsp. 25
How Can I Make a Difference? motivating nonacademic studentsp. 28
The Halloween Party: entertaining students in your homep. 31
The Secret: working with a troubled studentp. 34
I Don't Want One: computers in the classroomp. 37
She Just Doesn't Support Teachers: an uprising against the principalp. 41
It's the Truth!: advising the school newspaperp. 45
It Just Costs Too Much: a teacher spending her own money on suppliesp. 48
A Debate over Reorganizing Classes: block schedulingp. 52
A Combat Zone: whole language versus phonicsp. 56
The Angry Parent: teachers criticized by parentsp. 60
Transforming Education: the educational reform movementp. 63
Do They Really Mean It? teachers threatened by studentsp. 67
Are They Really Serious? music and art program reductionsp. 70
It's Just Too Much!: teachers overburdened by paperworkp. 74
Can't We Find a Compromise? conflict over a social studies curriculump. 78
To Refer or Not to Refer: dealing with an A.D.D. studentp. 82
We Just Want to Do It Our Way: the dilemma of student teachersp. 85
What Should We Be Teaching? foreign-language class curriculump. 89
Whatever We Do, Let's Make It Worthwhile: in-service programsp. 93
Would You Just Talk to Them? students with serious personal problemsp. 97
Just Throw Out the Ball!: an appropriate physical education curriculump. 100
I Didn't Know What to Say!: religion in the classroomp. 104
The Reference Form: writing a recommendation for a student teacherp. 108
Why Do I Have to Grade Them? grading in art classesp. 112
It's a Very Good Offer: teacher with an opportunity in an affluent districtp. 115
I Just Don't Know What Is Right!: a teacher's private lifep. 119
What Do I Say to the Class? dealing with deathp. 124
Somebody Is Going to Get Hurt: corporal punishmentp. 129
The New Student: troubled student joining an established classp. 132
About the Authorp. 136
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