Helping Teachers Learn

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ISBN: 9781483360614
Release Date: 2004-03-09
Number of pages: 248
Author: Eleanor Drago-Severson
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Helping Teachers Learn in PDF and EPUB Drago-Severson presents case studies and examines strategies that help shape a school climate of teacher support, growth, and learning.


Helping Teachers Learn

Filename: helping-teachers-learn.pdf
ISBN: 0761939679
Release Date: 2004-03-12
Number of pages: 208
Author: Eleanor Drago-Severson
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Helping Teachers Learn in PDF and EPUB Drago-Severson presents case studies and examines strategies that help shape a school climate of teacher support, growth, and learning.


Helping Teachers Learn

Filename: helping-teachers-learn.pdf
ISBN: 9781483362809
Release Date: 2004-03-09
Number of pages: 248
Author: Eleanor Drago-Severson
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Helping Teachers Learn in PDF and EPUB Drago-Severson presents case studies and examines strategies that help shape a school climate of teacher support, growth, and learning.


How Real Teachers Learn to Engage All Learners

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ISBN: 9781475804614
Release Date: 2013-06-16
Number of pages: 200
Author: Sarah J. Noonan
Publisher: R&L Education

Download and read online How Real Teachers Learn to Engage All Learners in PDF and EPUB The first few years of teaching represent an intense period of experimentation and learning, leading to the adoption of learner-centered practices to help students achieve. A critical incident or nagging problem triggers critical reflection on practice, experimentation, the adoption of new approaches, and permanent changes in practice. When teachers improve their practice through action research and collaboration with colleagues, students predictably learn more. Inspecting the “core” areas of teaching and learning helps teachers critically reflect on practice to improve and innovate. Drawing on research and best practices from education and psychology, readers learn how four “motivational pathways” attract even the most reluctant and resistant learners to learning. While many recognize the importance of well prepared and accomplished teachers in helping students learn, too few recognize the need for continuous learning as the surest route to gaining expertise in teaching and increasing student achievement. Practical models and strategies presented in this book will help teachers address the important challenges facing schools today, including supporting disadvantaged learners, raising student achievement, and challenging all students to achieve their potential.


Differentiated Coaching

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ISBN: 9781452299440
Release Date: 2006-02-01
Number of pages: 264
Author: Jane A. G. Kise
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Differentiated Coaching in PDF and EPUB Discover how a coaching model based on teachers’ learning styles can impact student success! Help teachers understand how their strengths and beliefs may lock them into practices that can limit student success. The author uses research of personality, multiple intelligences, experiential learning models, and mind styles models to create a differentiated approach for staff development. Key elements include: Understanding teachers’ strengths and beliefs Providing information that can influence beliefs Meeting teachers’ needs during change Relating what is being learned to an existing problem


Helping Teachers Learn Mathematics

Filename: helping-teachers-learn-mathematics.pdf
ISBN: UVA:X001326252
Release Date: 1985
Number of pages: 269
Author: Gregory R. Baur
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company

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Learning Teaching From Teachers Realising The Potential Of School Based Teacher Education

Filename: learning-teaching-from-teachers-realising-the-potential-of-school-based-teacher-education.pdf
ISBN: 0335202926
Release Date: 2006-10-01
Number of pages: 203
Author: Hagger, Hazel
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

Download and read online Learning Teaching From Teachers Realising The Potential Of School Based Teacher Education in PDF and EPUB This volume explores the implications of different approaches to helping student teachers to learn from practising teachers. It puts particular emphasis on an approach based on research into that expertise and designed to give student teachers access to it.


Teacher Learning That Matters

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ISBN: 9781136651359
Release Date: 2012-02-27
Number of pages: 294
Author: Mary Kooy
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Teacher Learning That Matters in PDF and EPUB In the continuing global call for educational reforms and change, the contributors in this edited collection address the critical issue of teacher learning from diverse national contexts and perspectives. They define "teacher learning that matters" as it shapes and directs pedagogical practices with the goal of improving student learning. Student achievement is broadly and inclusively defined, beyond the test scores so often identified as the mark of “success” in the research literature. This book weaves together major studies, research findings and theoretical orientations to represent a globalized network of inquiries into the what, how and why of teacher learning that shapes teacher skill and knowledge. Teacher learning matters on an international scale because teachers are the portals through which any initiative for change and reform is realized. Recognizing that a highly skilled teaching force is instrumental to improving student achievement adds import to generating interactive dialogue on teacher learning around the globe.


The Caring Teacher s Guide to Discipline

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ISBN: 9781452295732
Release Date: 2008-06-17
Number of pages: 224
Author: Marilyn E. Gootman
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online The Caring Teacher s Guide to Discipline in PDF and EPUB Help students deal with anger, correct misbehavior, and prevent misunderstandings! This third edition of Marilyn E. Gootman’s bestseller shows novice and veteran teachers how to guide student behavior by developing positive, supportive relationships. With summaries at the end of each chapter, the revised edition offers a new chapter on establishing a caring classroom community, guidelines on how to handle cyberbullying, and an updated and expanded resource list featuring literature and programs on classroom discipline. Teachers can help children by: Setting realistic rules and expectations for conduct Developing students’ problem-solving techniques Encouraging open communication to resolve disagreements Creating partnerships with parents


Helping Teachers Develop

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ISBN: 1412918995
Release Date: 2005-10-10
Number of pages: 134
Author: Sara Bubb
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Helping Teachers Develop in PDF and EPUB In this practical guide, the author defines professional development, uses examples from current practice, and discusses supporting and monitoring staff in your school.


Teachers Technology

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ISBN: 9780788125034
Release Date: 1994-03-01
Number of pages: 292
Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing

Download and read online Teachers Technology in PDF and EPUB Shows that helping schools to make the connection between teachers and technology may be one of the most important steps to making the most of past, present, and future investments in educational technology and in our children's future. Addresses issues, such as: potential of technology in education; federal support; use of technology to enhance instruction; assisting teachers with the daily tasks of teaching; what technologies do schools own and how are they used; technology-related training programs; and other related issues. Tables and figures.


Leading Adult Learning

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ISBN: 9781452237480
Release Date: 2009-09-22
Number of pages: 368
Author: Eleanor Drago-Severson
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Leading Adult Learning in PDF and EPUB Support the growth and development of all adults—teachers, principals, and superintendents—in your school community! Educators need different kinds of supports and challenges over the different stages of their lives. Drago-Severson’s developmental model of learning-oriented school leadership draws from multiple knowledge domains to help school and district leaders understand how to support professional growth. This volume: Details four Pillar Practices for growth—teaming, providing leadership roles, collegial inquiry, and mentoring Presents research from practicing leaders across the nation Includes resources to assist you in applying this learning-oriented model to your school and school system


Helping Teachers Develop through Classroom Observation Second Edition

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ISBN: 9781134145973
Release Date: 2013-10-18
Number of pages: 196
Author: Diane Montgomery
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Helping Teachers Develop through Classroom Observation Second Edition in PDF and EPUB Enhancing the quality of teaching and learning in schools for the benefit of the teacher and pupil is not a matter of quick 'tips for teachers.' It requires a fundamental review by every teacher of his or her own performance and its effects on learners. A significant way of achieving this is by systematic classroom observation and feedback from professional colleagues. This book describes how to set up and engage in classroom observation using well-established professional sampling frames. It illustrates how to use focused appraisal sessions and how to deliver the feedback interview. Underpinning the author's practical guidance is a tried and tested theory of improving teaching and learning for school development and performance management. The approach is practical, positive and supportive and is designed for senior staff, SENCOs, teachers in primary and secondary schools and those taking INSET and CPD courses.


Science Teacher Retention Mentoring and Renewal

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ISBN: 9781935155263
Release Date: 2003-06-01
Number of pages:
Author: Jack Rhoton
Publisher: NSTA Press

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The Power of Our Words

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ISBN: 9781892989598
Release Date: 2013-11-19
Number of pages: 192
Author: Paula Denton
Publisher: Center for Responsive Schools, Inc.

Download and read online The Power of Our Words in PDF and EPUB Simple changes in a teacher's language can bring about profound changes in students and classrooms. By paying attention to your words and tone of voice, you will: Increase students' engagement with academicsBuild positive communityMore effectively manage your classroom That is the message of The Power of Our Words, a book that has changed the teaching lives of tens of thousands of educators since it was first published in 2007. In this updated second edition you will find practical information to help you: Lead students in envisioning themselves achieving successUse questions that encourage deep and creative thinkingListen to students in ways that support their growthReinforce students efforts and remind or redirect them when they go off track. Throughout, you will find an increased emphasis on using teacher language to support academic engagement and critical thinking skills as called for in the Common Core State Standards. And an updated, livelier format makes this second edition even easier to read.