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by Georgea M. Sparks-Langer,Marvin Pasch,Wendy Burke,Christella D. Moody,Trevor G. Gardner,Alane J. Starko

Author: Georgea M. Sparks-Langer,Marvin Pasch,Wendy Burke,Christella D. Moody,Trevor G. Gardner,Alane J. Starko
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Pearson; 2 edition (July 6, 2003)
Pages: 464 pages
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.5
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Teaching as Decision Making Successful Practices for the Secondary Teacher. Teaching as Decision Making Trevor G. Gardner, Christella D. Moody, Marvin Pasch, Georgea M. Sparks-Langer (Ed., Alane J. Starko Prentice Hall, 1999.

Georgea M. Sparks-Langer is a professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Eastern Michigan University and coordinator of a grant to improve teacher quality through a student teaching performance assessment that documents K-12 student learning gains.

Teaching as Decision Making book. Sparks-Langer; Alane J. Starko; Marvin Pasch; Wendy Burke; Christella D. Moody; Trevor G. Gardner .

This book examines teaching at the secondary level through discussion of five key factors involved in its practice: Students, Content, Pedagogy, Philosophy, and Context-instilling in future teachers the constructivist idea that designing instruction must begin with consideration of the learner.

Teaching as decision making by Georgea M. Langer, Georgea M. Sparks-Langer, Alane J. Starko, Marvin Pasch, Wendy Burke . Teaching as Decision Making.

Teaching as Decision Making. by Georgea M. Starko, Marvin Pasch, Wendy Burke, Christella D. Moody, Trevor G. Published June 26, 2003 by Prentice Hall.

Marvin Pasch, Alane Jordan Starko, Christella D. Moody. com User, July 17, 2000. No other book in my undergraduate studies better prepared me for the real world of teaching. Time and again I refer to this book to pull out an idea, reassure myself as to what I am doing in my classroom or guide myself through the tangled web of a secondary classroom.

Trevor G. Moody, Georgea M. Sparks-Langer. For professionals in the field of teaching grades K-12.

by Alane Jordan Starko, Marvin Pasch, Lisa Frankes, Trevor G. Paperback, 446 Pages, Published 2002.

by Georgea M. Sparks-Langer, Marvin Pasch, Alane J. Starko, Christella D.

Teaching As Decision Making: Successful Practices for the Secondary Teacher. ISBN 9780139504525 (978-0-13-950452-5) Softcover, Prentice Hall College Div, 1999.

For general courses in Secondary and/or Middle School Methods. This constructivist-based book examines teaching at the secondary level through discussion of five key factors involved in its practice: Students, Content, Pedagogy, Philosophy, and Context—instilling in future teachers the constructivist idea that designing instruction must begin with consideration of the learner. The objective of the material is to help prospective teachers develop a set of skills, without oversimplifying the complexity of teaching. First chapters are on learning, student characteristics, cultural differences, and authentic learning—while material on learning outcomes, assessments, and lesson plans are in later chapters. Much of the content is devoted to the design of curriculum, teaching approaches, classroom management, and adaptation/differentiation of instruction for students with special needs of all types. Numerous examples drawn from high school lessons and units are presented through a common template that addresses strength/weaknesses, where/when/with whom it would be most effective, how to modify it to meet the needs of special learners, and what values and/or social relationships it promotes. In addition, a case study involving a multidisciplinary unit on Zimbabwe ties text-sanctioned practices to unit/lesson planning that meets state and local standards. For prospective secondary teachers.