Using a workbook format, Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice: A Workbook to Prepare and Guide a Successful Teaching Experience is a book designed to assist and guide a successful student teacher experience. This book uses an action and reflection approach. Using the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (INTASC) standards as a base, more than 90 chapter activities support the knowledge and skill required for successful and effective teaching. In addition to these activities, self-assessments, a research-based foundation, expert commentaries, vignettes, student-to-student tips, and case studies guide the student teacher to a successful experience. Designed for student teachers and for those in the beginning years of their teaching career.... reliability could be illustrated by using a clock; the magic of multiplication could be introduced with a slight-of-hand magic trick. ... Simply put, we learn more quickly when we connect new information or skills to something we already know or can do, as the following examples illustrate. ... scale can demonstrate equations; a sandwich can illustrate the parts of an essay; video clips can show point of view.
|Title||:||Teaching to the Standards of Effective Practice|
|Author||:||Robert Wandberg, John Rohwer|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2002-10|