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Values strategies for classroom teachers
|Other titles||Values strategies.|
|Statement||edited by Marion Lemin, Helen Potts, Pam Welsford.|
|Contributions||Lemin, Marion., Potts, Helen, 1941-, Welsford, Pam, 1955-, Australian Council for Educational Research.|
|LC Classifications||LC317 .V35 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
|LC Control Number||94146197|
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Winning Strategies for Classroom Management. by Carol Cummings. Table of Contents. Chapter 2. Bonding and Connecting. If you would win a man to your cause, first convince him that you are his sincere friend. —Abraham Lincoln. Despite your plan to teach good work habits and prosocial behaviors, your students may not buy into it.
8 Key Principles of a Differentiated Classroom 1. The teacher is clear about what matters in subject matter. The teacher understands, appreciates, and builds upon student differences. Assessment and instruction are inseparable.
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This article argues that in relation to values education, decisions about content, and method or learning strategies, need to be considered interactively. A teacher’s response to the values education imperative may well be to ask ‘how’ (to teach values) rather than ‘what’ (values to teach).
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Creating a Culture of Integrity in the Classroom. Incorporate the teaching of these five values into the curriculum and help students use the vocabulary to discuss a variety of historical topics and current events. While dishonesty and disrespect flourish in civil society, ask students to find examples of how individuals stood up for their Author: Marilyn Price-Mitchell.
In conclusion, to engage in best practices, teachers should encourage administrators to make cultural responsive training a part of ongoing professional growth and be willing to implement techniques which are evidence-based in the classroom.
Ironically, culturally responsive teaching as a norm must be integrated into the culture of the school.Exploring The Dynamics Of Educational Psychology Words | 6 Pages. because not every student learns the same. Also, one teaching method that works really well for a student may not work well for the next student so it is important that teachers have multiple teaching should continue to learn new strategies to make learning more effective for their students.The paper will discuss a range of strategies that make for effective teaching and learning in the language classroom.
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