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Case studies in teaching and learning : Australian perspectives

Author: Nola Purdie; David Smith
Publisher: Sydney : Prentice-Hall, 1999.
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nola Purdie; David Smith
ISBN: 0724812121 9780724812127
OCLC Number: 41428919
Description: ix, 149 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: "Preface "Section 1 What is effective teaching and learning? Case 1 Burr-Nong-Traditional and contemporary Aboriginal learning Case 2 Like Captured Fireflies-What is a good teacher? Case 3 Concepts of Learning and Teaching-Effective teaching and learning Case 4 Interview with a Teacher-Conceptions of teaching, learning, and understanding Case 5 Interview with a Student-Conceptions of teaching, learning, and understanding Section 2 The sociocultural context of teaching and learning Case 6 Better-Interview with a Torres Strait Islander Case 7 Harry Wang-Cultural factors in learning Case 8 Multiculturalism in the Classroom-Cultural factors in learning, inclusive practices Case 9 Two Little Worlds-A migrant experience of Australian schooling Case 10 The Factory-An indigenous person describes her schooling Case 11 A Murri Experience-An indigenous person describes her schooling Section 3 The student: Personal, social, and cognitive development Case 12 The Moral Minefield-Moral education; ethical issues in teaching Case 13 It's No Use, So Why Bother-Student attributions Case 14 Death in the Family-Resilience; at-risk youth Case 15 Tanya's Tattoo-At-risk youth; parenting style Case 16 Different Lenses-Classroom management Case 17 Sarah's Slide-Self concept Case 18 An Exceptional Student-A bright child with ADHD Case 19 Who is Intelligent, Anyway?-The nature of intelligence; intelligence testing Case 20 Different Paths-Parenting styles; identity formation Case 21 Lucy's Let Down-Identity formation; discriminatory practices Section 4 At the chalkface Case 22 School Reports-Assessment and reporting Case 23 Taming and Testing Them-Assessment; attributions; classroom management Case 24 Assessment Issues-Types of assessment Case 25 Two Teachers-Fostering creativity; critical thinking; assessment Case 26 Pete-Cooperative learning Case 27 Boredom-Classroom management Case 28 Science Shambles-Classroom management; ability grouping Case 29 Bullying-Bullying; transitions; Peer Support Program Case 30 Chatting in Class-Self-verbalisation; technology, cooperative learning Case 31 Too Dark for the Light Horse-Out of school learning Case 32 Talking Shop-Multiple issues in learning and teaching Case 33 In the Eye of the Storm-Multiple issues in learning and teaching Section 5 Sample responses Case 34 Response to Case-Multiculturalism in the classroom Case 35 Response to Case 23-Multiple choice and essay tests Case 36 Response to Case 23-Portfolio assessment Case 37 Response to Case 23-Attribution theory Case 38 Response to Case 23-Classroom management Section 6 Create your own Case 39 Create Your Own Index
Responsibility: Nola Purdie, David Smith.

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