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eBook Improving Teaching in the High School Block Period ePub

eBook Improving Teaching in the High School Block Period ePub

by David Marshak

  • ISBN: 0810839237
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: David Marshak
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: R&L Education (December 26, 2000)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1476 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1774 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your teaching skills in the block period.

With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your teaching skills in the block period. Eleven high school teachers in public high schools compiled studies based upon their experiences. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your.

Are you one of the tens of thousands of high school teachers making the transition to block scheduling? With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your teaching skills in the block period. Tell us if something is incorrect.

The authors seek to answer four central questions: What does school governance look like under mayoral leadership? How does mayoral control affect school and student performance? What are the key factors for success or failure of integrated governance? How does mayoral control.

David Gosling has written widely on topics relating to learning and teaching in higher education and in applied philosophy. Pam Parker spent many years in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, focusing on learning, teaching, assessing and curriculum development. He works as an independent consultant with many universities in the UK and internationally. She is now co-director of CEAP (Centre for Education and Academic Practice) at City University.

Improving Teaching in the High School Block Period. Maryland: Scarecrow Press. How Block Scheduling Reform Effects Classroom Practice. High School Journal, 84, 21-32. McCreary, . Hausman, C. (2001). Differences in Student Outcomes between Block, Semester, and Trimester Schedules. Salt Lake City, Utah. More Time, More Training. What Staff Development Do Teachers Need for Effective Instruction in Block Scheduling? In D. Flinders (E., Block Scheduling: Restructuring the School Day (pp. 267-269).

Written by David Marshak, an educator who has studied multiage classrooms for over 12 years, and Alice Leeds, who has taught in multiage classrooms for over a decade, this . Improving Teaching in the High School Block Period.

Written by David Marshak, an educator who has studied multiage classrooms for over 12 years, and Alice Leeds, who has taught in multiage classrooms for over a decade, this book describes methods for teaching in this type of environment that provide a better form of education than the conventional age-graded classroom. Leeds and Marshak examine the benefits of multiage classrooms by exploring how such classrooms function and provide a detailed description of an individual unit designed to maximize the potential of this non-traditional form of intermediate education.

At the end are some samples of potential projects that can be used immediately or seen as exemplars from which to build and develop. Finally, as an art teacher at a school embracing inquiry and critical thinking strategies I found that this book answered a lot of my questions on how to scaffold and support the learning that my administration is asking for without stifling creativity.

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School learning will not improve. markedly unless we give teachers. It is something one learns. to do more by growing up in a culture than. by studying it formally. the opportunity and support they. view, teaching is the next frontier in the. continuing struggle to improve schools. Standards set the course, and assessments. provide the benchmarks, but it is teaching. that must be improved to push us along the. path to success. Stigler and Hiebert, p. 86. 11. Reading First.

Are you one of the tens of thousands of high school teachers making the transition to block scheduling? With this book, you can learn how to adjust and improve your teaching skills in the block period. Eleven high school teachers in public high schools compiled studies based upon their experiences. The result? Practical research studies that focus on the transition from short periods to block periods, innovative and complex uses of time within the period, structural innovations in programs, and utilizing an instructional coach to improve teaching and learning in block periods.