K-8 Classroom Methods

K-8 Classroom Methods : From Teacher Reflection to Student Responsibility

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For General Methods courses for elementary and middle school. Teachers play many roles and wear many hats: this is the concept behind this research- and reality-based look at how best to teach children in grades K-8. With the central belief that teachers play a major role in creating and maintaining an environment in which children can become active, responsible learners, the authors examine planning, instructing, and managing a classroom, as well as ways to help youngsters develop the desired "learner responsibility." The text is organized around four critical roles every teacher plays-person, guide, strategizer, and planner-and the transition from one role to another underlies coverage of such diverse topics as the home/school connection, using computers, and digital portfolios.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 206.5 x 279.4 x 12.7mm | 512.56g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0130225223
  • 9780130225221

Table of contents

Preface. THEME ONE: FROM TEACHER AS PERSON TO TEACHER AS GUIDE. 1. Developing as Reflective Practitioners. 2. Creating a Classroom Community: The Verbal Environment. 3. Promoting Social Responsibility and Productive School Work Habits. 4. Learning About Multiple Models of Classroom Guidance. THEME TWO: FROM TEACHER AS PLANNER TO TEACHER AS STRATEGIZER. 5. Planning to Promote Learner Responsibility. 6. Understanding Instructional Communication in the Classroom. 7. Fostering Student Responsibility: Classroom Applications. 8. Integrating Cognitive Strategy Instruction in the Classroom. 9. Valuing Multiple Methods of Assessment of Student Learning. References. Author Index. Subject Index. About the Authors.show more