Constructivist Strategies

Author: Chandra Foote
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317919734
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This book demonstrates how student-centered learning activities can help your middle and high school students meet curriculum standards. Its vivid and authentic examples will appeal to you if you embrace active learning and want to apply constructivist methodologies in your classroom. This book explains the links between constructivism and other innovative teaching practices such as: - cooperative learning - multiple intelligences - portfolio assessment - curriculum mapping - culturally relevant teaching - and many others Applications of these practices in classrooms are demonstrated and displayed by: - sample lesson and unit plans - summary charts - classroom management models - examples of student assessments

Applying Standards based Constructivism

Author: Pat Flynn
Publisher: Eye On Education
ISBN: 1930556667
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This book provides teachers with practical ways of constructing lessons that will engage students and help them develop personal responsibility for their own learning.

The assistant principal s handbook

Author: Jeffrey Glanz
Publisher: Corwin Pr
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Tips and tools to turn APs into VIPs! In this truly indispensable companion, current and prospective administrators will gain concrete suggestions and solutions to maximize their impact, effectiveness, and satisfaction in this critical role. Insightful chapters are packed with straightforward ways to avoid administrative frustration yet cultivate instructional support, and the reflective exercises, real-life scenarios, and vignettes drive home key points. Discover how to: Hone leadership skills-especially for curriculum, supervision, evaluation, and discipline Stimulate an atmosphere of learning and achievement Develop relationships with peers and teachers based on respect

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Learning Mathematics in Elementary and Middle Schools

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Publisher: Prentice Hall
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For Mathematics Methods in Elementary School courses. The first methods textbook to show readers how NCTM Principles and Standards drive mathematics instruction is now the first to take you right into the math classroom to examine children's reasoning and see its implications for teaching. This thoroughly revised edition illustrates how to create a learner-centered classroom that allows the reader to nurture a child's ability to communicate mathematical thinking and link that knowledge to developmentally appropriate teaching practices. A strong focus on NCTM Standards, developing tools for teaching, and its manageable length ensures readers will use this book as a reference well into their first years of teaching. Connecting to the Standards sections use the Annenberg/CPB videos and IMAP CD clips to demonstrate how to teach to the NCTM content and process standards. Illustrates for readers how to easily integrate daily classroom implementation of the NCTM content and process standards to meet state and school district mandates. Standards Matrix tables open each chapter clearly outlining the developmentally appropriate standards each chapter covers. and use a basis for portfolio development, and a rich reference resource for their first classroom. Standards Links - connect the NCTM Standards to the mathematical concepts addressed in the text Readers become familiar with standards accountability that will assist them in lesson planning. Manipulatives are now located in the back of every copy of the book and available online