No More Telling As Teaching

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ISBN: 0325092443
Release Date: 2017-04-27
Number of pages: 112
Author: Cris Tovani
Publisher:

Download and read online No More Telling As Teaching in PDF and EPUB The truth is, when we rely on lecture in an effort to cover content, we're doing students a disservice. Although lecture can be engaging and even useful, lecture alone cannot give kids real opportunities to learn, retain, and transfer the disciplinary ideas, skills, and practices we're trying to teach. Cris Tovani and Elizabeth Moje help us translate the time spent lecturing into powerful learning experiences where students interact and inquire into topics that matter. Their research-based alternatives help you create the conditions for engaging, relevant work that's inherently interesting and sparks critical thinking. Elizabeth Moje helps us understand the latest research on how people learn, and shows powerful evidence that teachers can increase student learning with more purposeful student participation. Veteran teacher and instructional coach Cris Tovani provides a practical model for instruction that's backed by the current research and puts student engagement at the center of your teaching. Her examples of problem-based learning activities include connections to national standards and topics that matter outside the classroom walls. Together, Elizabeth and Cris make a convincing argument that when we minimize teaching-as-telling and transition to planning for kids to do the work, student engagement soars-and so does learning.


So what Do They Really Know

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ISBN: 9781571107305
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 165
Author: Cris Tovani
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

Download and read online So what Do They Really Know in PDF and EPUB In So What Do They Really Know? Cris Tovani explores the complex issue of monitoring, assessing, and grading students' thinking and performance with fairness and fidelity. Like all teachers, Cris struggles to balance her student-centered instruction with school system mandates. Her recommendations are realistic and practical; she understands that what isn't manageable isn't sustainable. Cris describes the systems and structure she uses in her own classroom and shows teachers how to use assessments to monitor student growth and provide targeted feedback that enables students to master content goals. She also shares ways to bring students into the assessment cycle so they can monitor their own learning, maximizing motivation and engagement. So What Do They Really Know? includes a wealth of information: Lessons from Cris's classroom Templates showing how teachers can use the workshop model to assess and differentiate instruction Student work, including samples from linguistically diverse learners, struggling readers, and college-bound seniors Anchor charts of student thinking Ideas on how to give feedback Guidelines that explain how conferring is different from monitoring Suggestions for assessing learning and differentiating instruction during conferences Advice for managing ongoing assessment Cris's willingness to share her own struggles continues to be a hallmark of her work. Teachers will recognize their own students and the challenges they face as they join Cris on the journey to figure out how to raise student achievement.


Do I Really Have to Teach Reading

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ISBN: 9781571103765
Release Date: 2004-01-01
Number of pages: 138
Author: Cris Tovani
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

Download and read online Do I Really Have to Teach Reading in PDF and EPUB Takes on the challenge of helping students apply reading comprehension strategies in any subject. Shows how teachers can expand on their content expertise to provide instruction students need to understand specific technical and narrative texts. The book includes: examples of how teachers can model their reading process for students; ideas for supplementing and enhancing the use of required textbooks; detailed descriptions of specific strategies taught in context; stories from different high school classrooms to show how reading instruction varies according to content; samples of student work, including both struggling readers and college-bound seniors; a variety of 'comprehension constructors': guides designed to help students recognize and capture their thinking in writing while reading; guidance on assessing students; tips for balancing content and reading instruction.


I Read It But I Don t Get it

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ISBN: 9781571100894
Release Date: 2000-01-01
Number of pages: 140
Author: Cris Tovani
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers

Download and read online I Read It But I Don t Get it in PDF and EPUB Practical, engaging account of how teachers can help adolescents develop new reading comprehension skills. You will be taken step-by-step through practical, theory-based reading instruction that can be adapted for use in any subject area.


No More Reading Instruction Without Differentiation

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ISBN: 0325074356
Release Date: 2016-05-26
Number of pages: 96
Author: Lynn Geronemus Bigelman
Publisher:

Download and read online No More Reading Instruction Without Differentiation in PDF and EPUB The research is compelling: when teachers differentiate reading instruction, students learn more. But teachers are too often given the expectation of differentiation without the details on how to make it work. In No More Reading Instruction Without Differentiation, Debra Peterson and Lynn Bigelman offer an instructional framework that adapts instruction based on individual students needs and interests. Peterson unpacks the research that supports differentiated instruction. Then veteran school principal Bigelman shows how to implement differentiation using: - Learning Targets & Performance Tasks - Student Self-Assessment - Talk to Assess & Deepen Student Understanding - Workshop: A Daily Structure for Differentiation - Project-Based Learning - Conferring - Individual Learning Goals - Intervention Planning Differentiation doesn't mean creating separate lesson plans for each student every day. Differentiation is responsive teaching that identifies what each student knows and can do and what can happen next to move that student forward in her learning. In this book, you'll find the tools and strategies to better meet the needs of the children in your classroom right now.


Learning Management System Technologies and Software Solutions for Online Teaching Tools and Applications

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ISBN: 9781615208548
Release Date: 2010-05-31
Number of pages: 486
Author: Kats, Yefim
Publisher: IGI Global

Download and read online Learning Management System Technologies and Software Solutions for Online Teaching Tools and Applications in PDF and EPUB "This book gives a general coverage of learning management systems followed by a comparative analysis of the particular LMS products, review of technologies supporting different aspect of educational process, and, the best practices and methodologies for LMS-supported course delivery"--Provided by publisher.


Transitions

Filename: transitions.pdf
ISBN: 1567503527
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 252
Author: Mike Palmquist
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Download and read online Transitions in PDF and EPUB A discussion of teaching writing in both computer-supported and traditional classrooms. It addresses areas such as: teaching and learning about writing; classroom dynamics - interaction and classroom design; curriculum design; and the technological complexities of computers and networks.


Dynamic Teaching for Deeper Reading

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ISBN: 0325077924
Release Date: 2017-03-23
Number of pages:
Author: Vicki Vinton
Publisher:

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Making Thinking Visible

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ISBN: 1118015037
Release Date: 2011-03-25
Number of pages: 320
Author: Ron Ritchhart
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Making Thinking Visible in PDF and EPUB A proven program for enhancing students' thinking and comprehension abilities Visible Thinking is a research-based approach to teaching thinking, begun at Harvard's Project Zero, that develops students' thinking dispositions, while at the same time deepening their understanding of the topics they study. Rather than a set of fixed lessons, Visible Thinking is a varied collection of practices, including thinking routines?small sets of questions or a short sequence of steps?as well as the documentation of student thinking. Using this process thinking becomes visible as the students' different viewpoints are expressed, documented, discussed and reflected upon. Helps direct student thinking and structure classroom discussion Can be applied with students at all grade levels and in all content areas Includes easy-to-implement classroom strategies The book also comes with a DVD of video clips featuring Visible Thinking in practice in different classrooms.


Public Documents

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ISBN: UCAL:B3001414
Release Date: 1915
Number of pages:
Author: West Virginia
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The Education of Henry Adams

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ISBN: 9780191611025
Release Date: 1999-05-06
Number of pages: 560
Author: Henry Adams
Publisher: OUP Oxford

Download and read online The Education of Henry Adams in PDF and EPUB 'Every generalisation that we settled forty years ago, is abandoned' As a journalist, historian and novelist born into a family that included two past presidents of the United States, Henry Adams was constantly focused on the American experiment. An immediate bestseller awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1919, his The Education of Henry Adams (1918) recounts his own and the country's education from 1838, the year of his birth, to 1905, incorporating the Civil War, capitalist expansion and the growth of the United States as a world power. Exploring America as both a success and a failure, contradiction was the very impetus that compelled Adams to write the Education, in which he was also able to voice his deep scepticism about mankind's power to control the direction of history. Written with immense wit and irony, reassembling the past while glimpsing the future, Adams's vision expresses what Henry James declared the `complex fate' to be an American, and remains one of the most compelling works of American autobiography today. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.


Teaching High School Science Through Inquiry

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ISBN: 0761939385
Release Date: 2005
Number of pages: 210
Author: Douglas Llewellyn
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Teaching High School Science Through Inquiry in PDF and EPUB Acknowledging the importance of national standards, offers case studies, tips, and tools to encourage student curiosity and improve achievement in science.


The Last Lecture

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ISBN: 9781844568321
Release Date: 2008-09-04
Number of pages: 300
Author: Randy Pausch
Publisher: Hachette UK

Download and read online The Last Lecture in PDF and EPUB A lot of professors give talks titled ‘The Last Lecture’. Professors are asked to consider their demise and to ruminate on what matters most to them: What wisdom would we impart to the world if we knew it was our last chance? If we had to vanish tomorrow, what would we want as our legacy? When Randy Pausch, a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon, was asked to give such a lecture, he didn't have to imagine it as his last, since he had recently been diagnosed with terminal cancer. But the lecture he gave, ‘Really Achieving Your Childhood Dreams’ wasn’t about dying. It was about the importance of overcoming obstacles, of enabling the dreams of others, of seizing every moment (because time is all you have and you may find one day that you have less than you think). It was a summation of everything Randy had come to believe. It was about living. In this book, Randy Pausch has combined the humour, inspiration, and intelligence that made his lecture such a phenomenon and given it an indelible form. It is a book that will be shared for generations to come.


Creating Instructional Capacity

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ISBN: 9781483385976
Release Date: 2015-10-06
Number of pages: 184
Author: Joseph Murphy
Publisher: Corwin Press

Download and read online Creating Instructional Capacity in PDF and EPUB Great leaders build stronger foundations using Academic Press School leaders who learn how to apply academic press within a supportive culture will build successful teams to meet today’s standards. This book unpacks essential elements of building instructional capacity or Academic Press through effective management of instruction, curriculum, and assessment. Leaders and change facilitators who read this will: Be reminded how effective instruction works and what forces shape it Understand how powerful assessment ideas can guide successful change Discover secrets to hiring and developing capacity-rich talent Know how to approach and manage curriculum for 21st century outcomes


Science Teaching Reconsidered

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ISBN: 0309175445
Release Date: 1997-03-12
Number of pages: 104
Author: National Research Council
Publisher: National Academies Press

Download and read online Science Teaching Reconsidered in PDF and EPUB Effective science teaching requires creativity, imagination, and innovation. In light of concerns about American science literacy, scientists and educators have struggled to teach this discipline more effectively. Science Teaching Reconsidered provides undergraduate science educators with a path to understanding students, accommodating their individual differences, and helping them grasp the methods--and the wonder--of science. What impact does teaching style have? How do I plan a course curriculum? How do I make lectures, classes, and laboratories more effective? How can I tell what students are thinking? Why don't they understand? This handbook provides productive approaches to these and other questions. Written by scientists who are also educators, the handbook offers suggestions for having a greater impact in the classroom and provides resources for further research.