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Teaching That Works: Effective Practice Combined with Theory and Research

Teaching That Works: Effective Practice Combined with Theory and Research (Hardback)

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Teaching that Works: Effective Practice Combined with Theory and Research is a practical, teacher friendly examination of the ways that a comprehensive approach to all of the aspects of teaching, working together, can achieve results greater than the sum of the individual parts. Traditional teacher professional development focuses on only one of the components of teaching, while teachers are expected to manage all of the components such as curriculum, instruction, assessment and data analysis simultaneously. This resource is written from the point of view of a classroom teacher. It is designed to make current educational research and best practices accessible to working teachers in classrooms who have neither the time nor the expertise to translate the best work in educational improvement into real changes in the classroom.

EducationTeaching SkillsTeaching skills & techniques Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publication Date: 02/02/2016 ISBN-13: 9781475825930  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Ann Chase has been engaged in public education for 27 years both as a classroom teacher, a high school assistant principal and back again in the classroom as a middle school History teacher. She has taken the lessons of the classroom into administration and the lesson of administration back into the classroom where she has successfully integrated the best practices from her book into her daily teaching.

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