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Universal teaching strategies

Author: H Jerome Freiberg; Amy Driscoll
Publisher: Boston : Pearson/A & B, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Freiberg, H. Jerome.
Universal teaching strategies.
Boston : Pearson/A & B, ©2005
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H Jerome Freiberg; Amy Driscoll
ISBN: 0205412610 9780205412617
OCLC Number: 55286473
Description: xxi, 504 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Most chapters begin with "Introduction" and end with "Summary," "Reference(s)," and "Samples and Examples." PREFACE. I. ORGANIZING STRATEGIES. 1. Teaching for Tomorrow: Context, Content, and Learners. Universal Teaching Strategies.The Context of Teaching for Tomorrow.The Content of Teaching for Tomorrow.The Learners of Today and Tomorrow.Facing Tomorrow.2. Planning for Instruction: Visualizing What Could Be. Three Voices of Planning.Functions of Planning.Planning Phases.Considerations for Planning.How Expert Teachers Plan.Lesson Planning Format.Sources of Information for Planning.Planning for Special Needs Learners.Labeling is Disabling .3. Designing Effective Instruction: Creating a Blueprint. Models of Instructional Design.Designs for Varied Time Periods.Lesson Beginnings and Endings.Instructional Objectives.Instructional Design and Inclusion.Collaborative Planning and Designs.4. The Effective Use of Time: Doing More with Less. Thinking about Time for Teaching and Learning.Time and the Inclusive Classroom.Time Savers.5. Classroom Management: Advancework. Context Advancework.Content Advancework.Learner Advancework.Teachers as Tourists or Citizens.6. Classroom Management: Beyond Discipline. Classroom Management Strategies.Models of Classroom Management.Smoothness and Momentum.Students with Special Needs.Classroom & Instructional Management Action Plan.II. INSTRUCTING STRATEGIES. 7. Lecture: From Passive to Active Learning. Style without Substance.Learner, Context, and Content.Teacher Control.Teaching Note Taking.8. Questioning and Discussion: Creating a Dialogue. Types of Questions.Cautions and Concerns.Classroom Discussion.Other Key Points.9. Interactive Practice for Learning: Beyond Drill. Content.Context.Learner.Interactive Practice Strategies.10. Grouping for Instruction: Involvement and Interaction. Implications for Grouping.Grouping for Teaching and Learning.11. Reflective Teaching and Learning: Students as Shareholders. Context.Learner.Content.Reflective Teaching Strategies.12. Making Learning Real: Engaging Students in Content. Context.Content.Learner.Teaching with Improvisation and Service Learning.Teaching Roles for Improvisation and Service Learning.13. Using Community Resources, Audiovisuals, Computers, and Multimedia: Varying the Stimuli. Using Community Resources, Audiovisuals, Computers, and Multimedia.Audiovisual Stimuli.Technology.III. ASSESSING STRATEGIES. 14. Assessment of Learning: Let Me Count the Ways. Purposes of Assessment.How to Assess Learning - Let Me Count the Ways.Assessment and Inclusion.Final Considerations for Assessment.15. Self-Improvement through Self-Assessment. Self-Assessment: Creating Change from Within.Two Teachers Analyze Their Classrooms.Student Feedback.Student Feedback Instruments.Modified TEQ.Author Index. Subject Index.
Responsibility: H. Jerome Freiberg, Amy Driscoll.


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