The Active Classroom Field Book provides field-tested strategies for engaging students in learning disguised as fun!" —Jennifer Sinsel, Gifted Facilitator Wichita Public Schools, KS "This book is packed with ideas on how to let the ...
Author: Ron Nash
Publisher: Corwin Press
Discover what really works in the classroom through success stories from educators like you! Expanding on the strategies in The Active Classroom, best-selling author and educational consultant Ron Nash shares the stories of teachers who have successfully implemented active teaching methods in their classrooms to engage students in learning. Ideal as a companion to the original book or as a standalone resource, this field book includes: Chapters on student-to-student conversations, classroom process, student movement, feedback, and continuous improvement through reflection Vignettes that set the stage for each chapter Lesson plan segments and anecdotes from teachers in Grades K–12 and college settings
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Author: Ron Nash
Publisher: Corwin Press
Expanding on the strategies in The Active Classroom, Nash shares the stories of teachers who have successfully implemented active teaching methods in their classrooms to engage students in learning.
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Author: Ron Nash
Publisher: Corwin Press
Today′s students learn best by doing-as do most of us. The Active Workshop is designed for educators who need to "show" rather than "tell" in creating highly interactive workshops. Packed with anecdotes, brain-compatible strategies, and checklists, the book provides practical tools for engaging participants to talk, reflect, brainstorm, and stretch beyond their comfort zones. Highlights include: - Techniques for shifting 80% of the workshop′s workload to participants - Keys to enhancing retention with storytelling and laughter - Methods for analyzing and evaluating your presentations for ongoing improvement - Tips for extending learning beyond the workshop The Active Workshop is ideal for seminar trainers, seminar facilitators, headteachers, and teacher leaders-anyone who works with primary, secondary and further education educators in a training capacity.
Educating young children: Active learning practices for preschool and child care programs. ... Using technology in the early childhood classroom. ... The active classroom field book: Success stories from the active classroom.
Author: Mark Lineburg
Tackling a growing challenge in today’s schools, experienced educators Lineburg and Gearheart present an honest picture of how poverty affects students, families, and the school community at large. They offer a host of practical applications that can be used in every school district in America to meet those challenges head-on! Written for preK–12 teachers, leaders, and staff, Educating Students in Poverty provides essential strategies to help socioeconomically disadvantaged students achieve academic and lifelong success. Backed up with firsthand experiences and relevant research, these proactive instructional and administrative approaches cover a variety of topics, including: Advocating for underprivileged students Improving school climate and culture Engaging and communicating with families Instructional techniques and discipline issues Student health and safety This book is a must-have resource for any educator whose goal is to maximize the learning potential of every student.
I designed my student-driven Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom (#LATIC) model in the seventies when I was ... In thinking through the success stories over the decades of my work, I suddenly realized that the “missing link” ...
Author: Nancy Sulla
Educators clamor to provide top-notch lessons and resources for students, but if students lack executive function, even the best materials won't produce the desired results. If students haven’t developed the brain-based skills to focus, catch and correct errors, identify cause-and-effect relationships, and more, they can't make sense of lessons. Executive function is the missing link to student achievement. But how can you develop this in the classroom? In this new book, bestselling author Nancy Sulla has the answers. She explains how building executive function requires a combination of activities, structures, and teacher facilitation strategies aimed at six increasingly complex life skills that should be the goal of any school: conscious control, engagement, collaboration, empowerment, efficacy, and leadership. She also offers a variety of examples, activities, and structures fit for every grade level and subject area. With the book’s practical strategies and tools, you will be inspired, armed, and ready to establish a clear framework for building executive function in all your students.
Approximately 6,000 men and women are enrolled in a wide range of subjects in many different fields . ... In most cases both city and county superintendents are assuming responsibility for active class - room supervision .
BOOKS WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARIES Sheep Binding , Indexed - $ 20.00 Library Buckram $ 16.00 India Paper Ed ... Professor Bernard Moses gave up active classroom teaching , but his interest in his special field is still active .
If youarea teacher or teacher educator, you have read a hundred ormore books about successful teaching. ... with Activeand Dramatic Approaches: Engaging Students across the Curriculum isfar from being yetanother unabated success story.
Author: Brian Edmiston
A CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title 2014! How can teachers transform classroom teaching and learning by making pedagogy more socially and culturally responsive, more relevant to students’ lives, and more collaborative? How can they engage disaffected students in learning and at the same time promote deep understanding though high-quality teaching that goes beyond test preparation? This text for prospective and practicing teachers introduces engaging, innovative pedagogy for putting active and dramatic approaches to learning and teaching into action. Written in an accessible, conversational, and refreshingly honest style by a teacher and professor with over 30 years' experience, it features real examples of preschool, elementary, middle, and high school teachers working in actual classrooms in diverse settings. Their tales explore not only how, but also why, they have changed the way they teach. Photographs and stories of their classroom practice, along with summarizing charts of principles and strategies, both illuminate the critical, cross-curricular, and inquiry-based conceptual framework Edmiston develops and provide rich examples and straightforward guidelines that can support readers as they experiment with using active and dramatic approaches to dialogue, inquiry, building community, planning for exploration, and authentic assessment in their own classrooms.
In multiple cases, superintendents shared examples of how teacher leadership transformed their virtual learning ... of comfort while on camera definitely impacted student participation and active learning opportunities during class.
Author: David T. Marshall
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
"COVID-19 and the Classroom presents social science research exploring how schools navigated the disruptive COVID-19 pandemic from March 2020 through the 2020-21 school year. This book also serves as a history book, documenting what this period was like for those involved in the enterprise of educating children"--