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Role reversal : achieving uncommonly excellent results in the student-centered classroom

Author: Mark Barnes
Publisher: Alexandria : ASCD, 2013.
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"Getting better results on standardized tests doesn't mean you have to teach to the test and pressure students to practice rote skills. Here's a book that explains how to see better results by making students more responsible for their own learning and engaging them in project-based learning with ongoing feedback. Classroom teacher Mark Barnes introduces a results-only classroom where teachers use a combination of  Read more...
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Barnes, Mark.
Role reversal : achieving uncommonly excellent results in the student-centered classroom.
Alexandria : ASCD, ©2013
(DLC) 2012041723
(OCoLC)824531498
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Barnes
ISBN: 9781416615545 1416615547
OCLC Number: 828793244
Description: 1 online resource (194 pages)
Contents: Rebelling Against Traditional Methods --
Tapping into Intrinsic Motivation --
Letting Go of Homework and Worksheets --
Teaching the ROLE Way --
Moving from Grades to Feedback: Say It, Write It, Listen to It --
Evaluating While Evolving --
Reviewing Performance --
Testing? No Problem --
Disciplining Students? Forget About It --
Joining the Movement: Transform Your School --
Considering the Possibilities.
Responsibility: Mark Barnes.

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"Getting better results on standardized tests doesn't mean you have to teach to the test and pressure students to practice rote skills. Here's a book that explains how to see better results by making students more responsible for their own learning and engaging them in project-based learning with ongoing feedback. Classroom teacher Mark Barnes introduces a results-only classroom where teachers use a combination of individual and cooperative learning activities, completed in class and over extended time, with constant feedback and opportunity to change, in order to demonstrate mastery learning."--The publisher.

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