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Strategies for Teaching Differently: On the Block or Not (Education Finance Association; 18)
Strategies for Teaching Differently: On the Block or Not (Education Finance Association; 18) by Donna E. Walker Tileston 0803967373 9780803967373
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Strategies for Teaching Differently: On the Block or Not (Education Finance Association; 18) by Donna E. Walker Tileston

Using the strategies in this book will guarantee the academic success of all your students. Faye Gode, Social Studies Teacher and Chairperson Winnsboro High School, Texas A must-read book a?? prepares students for the next millennium. Betty C. Donaldson, Associate Superintendent Allen ISD, Texas How can you fill the expanded blocks of time when your school goes to alternative schedule? What do you need to change about how you teach a?? and what will still work? Evidence shows that lecturing for a full class period or using worksheets as a time filler just wona??t do it. Here is the help you need to create a meaningful classroom environment that stimulates, rather than discourages, active learning and participation. Teach your students how to accumulate real knowledge, develop principles, and build skills a?? not just memorize facts. This practical, step-by-step teaching approach is based on the latest research on learning and multiple intelligences. Ensure that what you teach isna??t going in one ear and out the other, but is committed to studentsa?? long-term memory. Change to interactive thinking activities a?? and increase your studentsa?? success. Here are the keys to transforming your classroom from teacher focused to student focused. Change your mission from students getting the lesson to students learning how to learn. Move your emphasis from filling the time to showing students how to construct knowledge. Find out how to Use studentsa?? multiple intelligences to help them learn Create a suitable climate for learning Leave lecturing behind a?? and raise comprehension Teach students how to organize and process information Lower your schoola??s drop-out rate and increase attendance Help students master difficult concepts using visual representatives Contains tables, diagrams, and examples of thinking activities, as well as 24 black line masters appropriate for Grades 6-12.

Author: Donna E. Walker Tileston

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 96

Publisher: Corwin

Publication Date: 1998-08-18

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