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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Ebert II, Edward S.
Educator's Field Guide : An Introduction to Everything from Organization to Assessment.
New York : Skyhorse Publishing, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward S Ebert II; Christine Ebert; Michael L Bentley
|Notes:||The Table of Specifications: The Most Important Lesson.|
|Description:||1 online resource (445 pages)|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures and Tables; Preface; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Unit I Instructional Organization; Unit I Outline; Unit I Concept Map; Unit I Pep Talk; First: Long-Range Planning; Why Plan?; Three Prerequisites; Safety; Demographics; Content Area(s) Standards and Assessment; Second: Short-Range Planning; Unit Plans; Goals and Objectives; Lesson Plans; Projects and Group Work; Now: Classroom Organization; Student Seating; Teacher's Seating; Independent Work Areas; Resource Storage/Availability; Communication. Strategies for Moving From Place to PlaceScheduling the Day in a Self-Contained Classroom; Educational Decoration: Avoiding Over Stimulation; Tomorrow: Instructional Presentation; Use of the Primary Writing Surface; Technology (the Old and the New); Finally: Communication With "Outsiders"; School Staff; Parents; Museums, Agencies; Conclusion; Unit I Appendix; Unit II Classroom Management; Unit II Outline; Unit II Concept Map; Unit II Pep Talk; First: Keys to Successful Classroom Management; Management as the Basis for Effective Teaching; The Basic Terms. Some Perspectives on Classroom ManagementSecond: Establishing a Management-Based Learning Environment; Planning; Communicating Expectations to the Students; The Management Structure; Teacher Behaviors; Noninstructional Tasks; Now: Compiling Your Plan: A Template for Classroom Management; Write a Mission Statement; Write Your Rules; What Consequences Will You Use?; Discipline Program; List Procedures for Your Classroom; Ancillary Personnel; Assessment of Your Classroom-Management System; Reflection; Tomorrow: Implementing the Plan and Responding to Student Behavior; A Signal; Inform; Practice. ReinforceFinally: Assessing Your Classroom-Management Plan; Unit II Appendix; Unit III Instruction; Unit III Outline; Unit III Concept Map; Unit III Pep Talk; First: The Curriculum; Defining "Curriculum"; The Purpose of Curriculum; You Actually Have Four Curriculums; Perspectives of Curriculum; The Cognitive Perspective; The Affective Perspective; Second: The Student; Cultural Influences, Ethnicity, and Personality; Reading Ability and Learning Styles; Students With Exceptionalities; Visual and Auditory Challenges; Social Influences on Diversity; Now: Conceptualizing Your Role. Bringing the World to Your StudentsInstructional Techniques; Monitoring and Flexibility; Tomorrow: Putting It All Together; Modeling; Questioning; Listening; Finally: This Is a People Profession; Preparation, Preparation, Preparation; Take Time to Enjoy Your Profession; Unit IV Assessment; Unit IV Outline; Unit IV Concept Map; Unit IV Pep Talk; First: The Basics of Assessment; The Basic Terms; Standardized and Classroom Assessment; Second: Making Assessment a Part of Instruction; The Foundation Ideas; Questions to Ask of Any Test; Now: Writing Tests.|