comparative study of teaching practice in teacher training programmes



Rappel Linda Teaching in the margins. A study of an adult teacher practice Rappel Linda Teaching in the margins. A study of an adult teacher practice Новинка

Rappel Linda Teaching in the margins. A study of an adult teacher practice

This book is based on a study that examines how organizational contexts and personal backgrounds of educators connect to inform teacher practice in the area of adult learning. Using English language teaching (ELT) as a model for educational practice, this study examines a sampling of diverse adult educator practitioners and explores their capacity to incorporate ideals of transformative learning and teacher authenticity into teacher practice while remaining mindful of organizational requirements. In particular, this study reveals information about educators' lives and the impact personal and professional histories have on the ability to interpret and navigate organizational contexts.
Tshuma Reuben Quality Assurance in Zimbabwe.s 2-5-2 Teaching Practice Tshuma Reuben Quality Assurance in Zimbabwe.s 2-5-2 Teaching Practice Новинка

Tshuma Reuben Quality Assurance in Zimbabwe.s 2-5-2 Teaching Practice

While there has been a growing body of literature on Teacher Education in Zimbabwe, this study to the best of the author's knowledge is the first to examine in depth the phenomenon of quality assurance in Teaching Practice at primary teacher education. It is a scholarly contribution to quality assurance in teacher education in general and teaching practice in particular in a country that takes teacher education very seriously where some countries in the region have even closed teachers' colleges. The literature extensively covers international and Zimbabwean studies on the subject hence is of valuable contribution to the teacher education literature in the international, local, regional contexts and elsewhere in Africa. Very ideal for Teacher Education Institutions and mentors working with student teachers.
Hemendra Mistry Feedback about Practice Teaching Hemendra Mistry Feedback about Practice Teaching Новинка

Hemendra Mistry Feedback about Practice Teaching

Project Report from the year 2013 in the subject Education - Educational Tests & Measurements, , language: English, abstract: Practice teaching or a student teaching is a process through which a student-teacher secures guided experiences as a preparation for all aspects of his professional career. The process of feedback is an important dimension in practice teaching. The main function of giving feedback is to provide data about the individual's teaching study, teaching skills, different acts of behaviours and its effect on others. Through the feedback, the student-teachers can know their positive and negative areas observed in their practicing lessons and thereby improving their practice lessons. Therefore, keeping in mind the importance of feedback in practice teaching, the authors of this paper attempted to study the reactions of student-teachers about the feedback system adopted by the Department of Education (CASE), The M. S. University of Baroda. All 180 student-teachers enrolled during the year 2011-12 were constituted as a sample and a constructed reaction scale was implemented. This book highlights the major findings, its discussion and implications for the teacher training.
Mageto Charles Mentoring the Relationship Between Cooperating Primary School Teachers and Teacher Trainees During Teaching Practice Mageto Charles Mentoring the Relationship Between Cooperating Primary School Teachers and Teacher Trainees During Teaching Practice Новинка

Mageto Charles Mentoring the Relationship Between Cooperating Primary School Teachers and Teacher Trainees During Teaching Practice

Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Pedagogy - Common Didactics, Educational Objectives, Methods, grade: A, Moi University (Main campus), course: Education curriculum, language: English, abstract: Cooperating teachers provide the guidance sought by teacher trainees when they are away from college in the practicing schools and in the absence of the college tutors. This study sought to establish the extent to which this mentorship role is played by analyzing the mentoring relationship between cooperating primary school teachers and teacher trainees during teaching practice. The objectives of the study were to find out how the cooperating primary school teachers mentored the teacher trainees on: schemes of work and lesson plans; selection and application of instructional methods; lesson presentation and on professional ethics. The theoretical frame work used was based on developmental supervision theory by Glickman (2003). The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. It targeted cooperating teachers from 26 public primary schools from Kakamega and Vihiga Counties in Western Kenya and the student teacher trainees of Eregi and Kaimosi Teachers College who had undertaken teaching practice in the targeted primary schools. Two cooperating teachers who had handled teacher trainees during teaching practice for at least one year were selected from the schools through simple random sampling. For teacher trainees, focus was on approximately 1000 second year st...
Su Liang The Development of Teaching Expertise from an International Perspective Su Liang The Development of Teaching Expertise from an International Perspective Новинка

Su Liang The Development of Teaching Expertise from an International Perspective

This book provides an insightful view of effective teaching practices in China from an internationalperspective by examining the grades 7-12 mathematics teacher preparation in the Shandong province ofChina. It is an excellent reference book for teacher educators, researchers, reformers, and teachingpractitioners. A qualitative research approach, involving in-depth interviews with purposive sampling often grades 7-12 award-winning mathematics teachers, was chosen to conduct the study. The participantsare from the Shandong province and have been awarded recognition for his/her achievements in teachinggrades 7-12 mathematics by the different levels: school, district, city, province, or nation; and his/herstudents have achieved high average scores in college entrance exams or in high school entrance examsamong the classes at the same grade level.Data analysis revealed the following findings: first, grades 7-12 mathematics teachers from the Shandong province of China were prepared to teachthrough pre-service training, in-service training, and informal learning. The pre-service training can be characterized as emphasizing formalmathematics training at advanced level. The in-service training is integrated with teacher collaboration and teaching research, and has thecharacteristics of diversity, continuity, and orientation toward teaching practice. The in-service training also stimulates teachers to conduct selfdirectedlearning. Second, the award-winning grades 7-12 mathematics teach...
Oluwafemi Bolarfinwa Effects of teaching practice on student teachers in tertiary institutions in Nigeria Oluwafemi Bolarfinwa Effects of teaching practice on student teachers in tertiary institutions in Nigeria Новинка

Oluwafemi Bolarfinwa Effects of teaching practice on student teachers in tertiary institutions in Nigeria

Script from the year 2010 in the subject Pedagogy - Job Education, Occupational Training, Further Education, grade: 1.0, Kogi State Polytechnic, language: English, abstract: This study was carried out to examine the effects of teaching practice on student teachers in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. A case study of 400 level students of the department of Arts and Social Science of Faculty of Education of the University of Lagos. Three hypothesis were formulated and 100 questionnaire were administered to student teachers from the department of Arts and Social Science, Faculty of Education.An analysis of the result obtained showed that teaching practice has never been a waste of time rather it has helped to inculcate the professional traits in student teachers, preparing them for the real classroom and school situation.
Ryan Michael Francis The Teaching Triangle. Pedagogy, Professionalism and Vocationalism Ryan Michael Francis The Teaching Triangle. Pedagogy, Professionalism and Vocationalism Новинка

Ryan Michael Francis The Teaching Triangle. Pedagogy, Professionalism and Vocationalism

This constructivist grounded theory study interrogates the role of the second level teacher in contemporary Ireland. This role emerges as a problematic navigation between: a passive pedagogy, an ambivalent professionalism and a frequently silenced vocational domain. The study highlights an intensified pedagogy dominated by: terminal exams, competitive accountability, limited autonomy, and a fractured relational domain in typically non - reflective learning spaces. The study also celebrates however, a deeply rooted yearning by teachers, to re-discover their vocational mission. The author argues for a more radically integrated vocational practice. He challenges teacher educators, policy makers, teachers and educational leaders to 'attend to' the human development mission at the heart of teaching and learning. In so doing, he proposes a visionary framework to guide the realignment of educational practice in Ireland.
Karima Belghiti Perceptions of The Need for Pedagogical Training Karima Belghiti Perceptions of The Need for Pedagogical Training Новинка

Karima Belghiti Perceptions of The Need for Pedagogical Training

This book generally raises the issue of the lack of pedagogical training in Moroccan universities. On a more specific level, the study is an attempt to investigate the perceptions of the need for pedagogical training among EFL university teachers. One of the motives behind choosing this topic is the fact that training is not a requirement for recruitment in Moroccan universities. The second motive is the teachers' misconceptions of what makes a good teacher,and how they affect their teaching practices. Through the investigation, the study aims to find out how the teaches' perceptions of the need for training are influenced by their conceptions of teaching and learning, their perceptions of what teaching is, and the way they approach and deal with uncertainties in their teaching. The second purpose of the study is to argue for the need of a pedagogical training that can change the teachers' misconceptions, and that can promote effective EFL teaching practices.
Efiritha Chauraya Utility of the Tripartite Student Teacher Mentoring Scheme in Zimbabwe Efiritha Chauraya Utility of the Tripartite Student Teacher Mentoring Scheme in Zimbabwe Новинка

Efiritha Chauraya Utility of the Tripartite Student Teacher Mentoring Scheme in Zimbabwe

The study assessed the utility of the professional relationships of the mentor, student teacher and lecturer in pre-service teacher preparation in Zimbabwe. Using a descriptive survey design within a case study, through questionnaires and interviews on a sample of 80 host teachers, 32 lecturers and 75 student teachers, data was collected from the three principal parties in the mentoring scheme in three teachers colleges in the Masvingo province of Zimbabwe. The empirical investigation revealed that the tripartite student teacher mentoring scheme, though with high hopes of yielding fruitful results, was flawed with gaps and challenges, rendering the quality of the student teachers' school based professional training some-what wanting. Promising initiatives, especially to do with more dialogue between lecturers and host teachers on aspects of host teaching,as measures to mitigate the challenges were suggested.
Piano Books for the Young Musician Piano Books for the Young Musician Новинка

Piano Books for the Young Musician

Издание на английском языке. The Piano Books for the Young Musician series is intended for the first years of training and is written both for the student and the teacher. It is based on the teaching methods of the author who, making good use of modern 20th-century methodology in musical training, has used her methods throug the many years of her teaching practice.
Serena Smith Level of Use and Effectiveness of some Select Method of Teaching Economics in Secondary Schools Serena Smith Level of Use and Effectiveness of some Select Method of Teaching Economics in Secondary Schools Новинка

Serena Smith Level of Use and Effectiveness of some Select Method of Teaching Economics in Secondary Schools

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Education - Educational Tests & Measurements, grade: 1.0, University of Lagos (-), language: English, abstract: [...] According to Kidzu Thomas Oweh, teacher has the greatest potential to influence thestudent's education, while a student achievement is related to teacher's competence inusing different methods of teaching. Thus, students achieve more when teachers employsystematic teaching procedures that make teaching and learning processes easier. In otherwords, excellent academic per formance by students is not only attainable but could alsobe sustained through teacher method of teaching.These study therefore, examine the level of use and effectiveness of some selectedmethods of teaching economics in Lagos state secondary schools, specifically howteacher's effectiveness would bring about excellent academic performance throughappropriate use of method of teaching.The purpose of these research works are stated below:i. To ascertain how learner attitude affect the method of teaching the students.ii. To identify the teaching methods, their academic performance and the factorsaffecting the students.iii. To evaluate the effects of method of teaching economics on the performanceof students.iv. To examine the teacher methods of teaching and their qualification.v. To know the relationship between teacher methods and learning experience.vi. To establish relationship between teacher's methods of teaching economicsan...
Kasimba Rosemary Training and Development Programmes on Organisational Perfomance Kasimba Rosemary Training and Development Programmes on Organisational Perfomance Новинка

Kasimba Rosemary Training and Development Programmes on Organisational Perfomance

For the past decades ,training and development programmes were of less significance.As a result of a decrease in productivity as well as high rates of labour turnover ,organisations embarked on Training and Development programmes to upgrade the skills of the employees as well as motivating them.Currently training and development programmes are prevalent in most of the organisations and this has resulted in increasing of the perfomance of the employees as well as increasing Productivity.This book offers an insight to Educational institutions as organisationjs on how Training and development programs offered to lecturers enhence the achievement of organisational perfomance.Training of lecturers impoves their perfomance and this increases the students pass rate.Training and Development programmes equip Lecturers with adequate and relevant skills.Thus training of human resources enable the organisation to achieve the distinctive competence.
A Course in English Language Teaching A Course in English Language Teaching Новинка

A Course in English Language Teaching

A completely revised and updated edition of A Course in Language Teaching. This book provides a comprehensive introduction to English language teaching, and is suitable for teachers in a variety of educational settings, including compulsory education. It has been completely revised and updated to include essential new topics for the modern English language teacher, including English as an international language, Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) and using digital materials. It is ideal for initial teacher training and as a reference guide for practising teachers. The book combines theory and practice, with each unit containing tasks that encourage reflection and discussion, plus action tasks such as classroom observation and practice.
Business Result: Elementary: Teacher's Book (+ 2 DVD-ROM) Business Result: Elementary: Teacher's Book (+ 2 DVD-ROM) Новинка

Business Result: Elementary: Teacher's Book (+ 2 DVD-ROM)

The Business Result Teacher's Book now includes NEW Class Video on DVD with downloadable worksheets, as well as a Teacher-Training DVD. Shows dramatized business scenarios, documentaries, vox-pops, and interviews with experts Has a downloadable DVD worksheet for each clip, ready to print off and use in class Provides listening and speaking skills practice from real-life scenarios The Teacher-Training DVD: Shows how Business Result works in the classroom, and provides tips on teaching business English Has teacher, student, and author commentary Includes teaching notes, ideas, and extra activities, as well as background information on all unit topics For additional teacher support, go to www.oup.com/elt/teacher/busresult Business Result online Track and analyse your students' progress with the content from the Interactive Workbook also available online. Available via the access card in the Student's Book.
Gemma Gibbon Discipline in Jamaican Schools and teachers. experience of control in the classroom. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Gemma Gibbon Discipline in Jamaican Schools and teachers. experience of control in the classroom. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis Новинка

Gemma Gibbon Discipline in Jamaican Schools and teachers. experience of control in the classroom. An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Psychology - Social Psychology, grade: 2:1, University of Derby, course: Bachelors (hons) Psychology, language: English, abstract: This qualitative interpretive phenomenological study uses semi-structured interviews from 5 Jamaican teachers to investigate their experiences of control in the classroom. Since 2005 the Ministry of Education in Jamaica prohibited the use of corporal punishment (CP) in early childhood settings but there is research to show that children are still receiving physical punishment and teachers have been reported to still be using CP in schools.Using Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis across all 5 participants revealed a strong influence of cultural norms that encourages the use of CP, a lack of support from the Jamaican Teachers Association and the Ministry of Education, ineffective teacher training courses and lack of support from the community causing these teachers to still rely on CP, for want of a better solutions. In light of these findings, this study hopes to provide insight for education policy makers to provide effective classroom management modules at Teacher Training College, introduction of school intervention programmes, parenting programmes and to better support its teachers to eliminate the use of CP across Jamaica, not just in schools alone.
Madelyn Flammia Teaching and Training for Global Engineering. Perspectives on Culture and Professional Communication Practices Madelyn Flammia Teaching and Training for Global Engineering. Perspectives on Culture and Professional Communication Practices Новинка

Madelyn Flammia Teaching and Training for Global Engineering. Perspectives on Culture and Professional Communication Practices

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Provides a foundation for understanding a range of linguistic, cultural, and technological factors to effectively practice international communication in a variety of professional communication arenas An in-depth analysis of how cultural factors influence translation, document design, and visual communication A review of approaches for addressing the issue of international communication in a range of classes and training sessions A summary of strategies for engaging in effective e-learning in international contexts A synopsis of how to incorporate emerging media into international teaching and training practices
Frank Niedermeier Quality Assurance of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions Frank Niedermeier Quality Assurance of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions Новинка

Frank Niedermeier Quality Assurance of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions

This course book introduces the role of quality managers in communication and information processes of teaching and learning. Readers learn how to support teaching staff with defining objectives, expected learning outcomes and competences of a study programme. Furthermore, the course book deals with the continuous revision of study programmes and how to write a self-evaluation report at programme level. Finally, it examines the linkage between external and internal quality assurance approaches and how to make best use of both.
Sushma Rudraswamy Hospital Waste Management Training Among The Staff Of Dental Teaching Hospitals In Bangalore City. Hospital Waste Management Sushma Rudraswamy Hospital Waste Management Training Among The Staff Of Dental Teaching Hospitals In Bangalore City. Hospital Waste Management Новинка

Sushma Rudraswamy Hospital Waste Management Training Among The Staff Of Dental Teaching Hospitals In Bangalore City. Hospital Waste Management

Hospitals have been existing in one form or the other since time immemorial but there never had been so much concern about the waste generated by them. The implications of hospital wastes are manifold. Now hospital waste management is one of the thrust areas which are drawing attention of health authorities and also the government. Hospital waste management requires commitment from persons at all the levels of the health care facility.The present interventional study was conducted to assess the knowledge, attitude and practice about hospital waste management and to provide training programme on hospital waste management for the staff and to assess the effect of training among the staff of dental teaching hospitals in Bangalore city. For the purpose of conducting this study cluster sampling procedure was adopted, and eight dental teaching hospitals were randomly selected.A specially prepared, and pre-tested structured questionnaire, was given to assess the knowledge, attitude and practices among the staff of dental teaching hospitals and collected personally. In each institution the following elements were studied using checklist i.e segregation, disinfection, disfigurement, containment, colour coding, personal protective equipment, in house transport and disposal. One day training programme on the hospital waste management was organized at each dental college. Training was given in English to the Dentist and Dental Auxiliary and the local (Kannada) language for the Attenders....
Bruce A. Jones, Edwin J. Nichols Cultural Competence in America.s Schools. Leadership, Engagement and Understanding Bruce A. Jones, Edwin J. Nichols Cultural Competence in America.s Schools. Leadership, Engagement and Understanding Новинка

Bruce A. Jones, Edwin J. Nichols Cultural Competence in America.s Schools. Leadership, Engagement and Understanding

Cultural Competence in America's Schools: Leadership, Engagement and Understanding focuses on explicatingthe impact of culture and issues of race and ethnicity on student learning, teacher and leadership efficacy, andeducational policy making in our nation's public school system. The authors agree with Levin (2012), whopointed out that the challenge of dealing effectively with racial and ethnic diversity in education in traditionallyhomogeneous societies is a global problem. One indicator of this point is revealed in a U.S. study that was commissionedby the National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality, which reported on the serious consequencesfor student achievement and teacher effectiveness in the face of "the gap between teacher training andthe realities of the classroom when it comes to teaching diverse populations and students with special needs."(Public Agenda, 2008, p. 2).
Sozan Omar The Science Writing Heuristic as a Tool Professional Development of Inservice Teachers Sozan Omar The Science Writing Heuristic as a Tool Professional Development of Inservice Teachers Новинка

Sozan Omar The Science Writing Heuristic as a Tool Professional Development of Inservice Teachers

Teachers' reluctance to implement inquiry-based approaches may be attributed to different interpretations of the underpinning theory. Efforts to help teachers implement effective teaching approaches should foster fundamental changes of beliefs, knowledge, and habits of practice that teachers deeply hold along with providing additive skills. The framework of the SWH emphasizes the role of classroom dialogical discussion in students' learning. The role of teacher when implementing constructivist approaches in student-oriented classrooms, differs markedly from traditional approaches, thus there is a need to study changes in teaching practice when using this specific tool. Teachers varied in their implementation of the SWH. Three criteria were constructed to define teachers' levels of implementation: epistemological belief, pedagogical practice, and teacher content knowledge. Different components were included within each criterion, with three scales used to rank each teacher's implementation within each criterion. The study is pointing to the importance of assisting science teachers with effective pedagogical strategies if there is to be an impact on students' performance on tests.
Richard D. Solomon, Elaine C. Solomon Toolbox for Teachers and Mentors. Moving Madrichim to Mentor Teachers and Beyond Richard D. Solomon, Elaine C. Solomon Toolbox for Teachers and Mentors. Moving Madrichim to Mentor Teachers and Beyond Новинка

Richard D. Solomon, Elaine C. Solomon Toolbox for Teachers and Mentors. Moving Madrichim to Mentor Teachers and Beyond

What is in the Toolbox?What is a teacher?What should I be teaching?How do I plan lessons?What are teacher-directed models of teaching?What are student-engaged models of teaching?How do I reach all students?How do I manage student behaviorWhat are the interpersonal, reflection, and observational skills required of a mentor teacher?What is the core knowledge base a mentor needs to have about how one learns to teach?About the AuthorHaving collectively spent over seventy years in teaching students and training teachers in the public school arena, Dr. Richard and Elaine Solomon are now focused on improving Jewish education. They have created a seven-stage career development ladder from madrichim to mentor and expert teacher that can transform how Jewish educators are recruited, developed, and supported.
Peter Pitzle, Susan Pitzele Scripture Windows. Toward a Practice of Bibliodrama Peter Pitzle, Susan Pitzele Scripture Windows. Toward a Practice of Bibliodrama Новинка

Peter Pitzle, Susan Pitzele Scripture Windows. Toward a Practice of Bibliodrama

Scripture Windows provides step-by-step exercises that introduce educators, lay people, and men and women of the pulpit to a revolutionary way of involving individuals in the study of sacred stories. In this carefully designed guide to the practice of Bibliodrama, students of all faiths learn how to step into the Biblical text and create midrash as a process of improvisation.Scripture Windows represents a distillation of a process of biblical study and is the official "how to" manual used at the Institute for Contemporary Midrash training seminars. Scripture Windows will appeal to those interested in the application of dramatic methods to the teaching of Bible-as well as anyone seeking fresh approaches to the teaching of Bible to students young and old.
Bearman Margaret Simulated Patient Methodology. Theory, Evidence and Practice Bearman Margaret Simulated Patient Methodology. Theory, Evidence and Practice Новинка

Bearman Margaret Simulated Patient Methodology. Theory, Evidence and Practice

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Simulated Patient Methodology is a timely book, aimed at health professional educators and Simulated Patient (SP) practitioners. It connects theory and evidence with practice to ensure maximum benefit for those involved in SP programmes, in order to inform practice and promote innovation. The book provides a unique, contemporary, global overview of SP practice, for all health sciences educators. Simulated Patient Methodology: • Provides a cross-disciplinary overview of the field • Considers practical issues such as recruiting and training simulated patients, and the financial planning of SP programmes • Features case studies, illustrating theory in practice, drawn from across health professions and countries, to ensure relevance to localised contexts Written by world leaders in the field, this invaluable resource summarises the theoretical and practical basis of all human-based simulation methodologies.
Chris Higgins The Good Life of Teaching. An Ethics of Professional Practice Chris Higgins The Good Life of Teaching. An Ethics of Professional Practice Новинка

Chris Higgins The Good Life of Teaching. An Ethics of Professional Practice

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The Good Life of Teaching extends the recent revival of virtue ethics to professional ethics and the philosophy of teaching. It connects long-standing philosophical questions about work and human growth to questions about teacher motivation, identity, and development. Makes a significant contribution to the philosophy of teaching and also offers new insights into virtue theory and professional ethics Offers fresh and detailed readings of major figures in ethics, including Alasdair MacIntyre, Charles Taylor, and Bernard Williams and the practical philosophies of Hannah Arendt, John Dewey and Hans-Georg Gadamer Provides illustrations to assist the reader in visualizing major points, and integrates sources such as film, literature, and teaching memoirs to exemplify arguments in an engaging and accessible way Presents a compelling vision of teaching as a reflective practice showing how this requires us to prepare teachers differently
Jake Madden Teachers Teaching Teachers How teacher learning improves student learning Jake Madden Teachers Teaching Teachers How teacher learning improves student learning Новинка

Jake Madden Teachers Teaching Teachers How teacher learning improves student learning

From Jake Madden, education's doyen in whole of school improvement, comes a book that showcases the power of teachers engaging in research to improve teaching practice.Teachers Teaching Teachers showcases an evidence based approach to improving the teaching performance of teachers through the Teacher as Researcher premise. This teacher professional learning premise involves every teacher in a school undertaking a personal inquiry project within their classroom. The central message is that when learning opportunities for the teacher are made meaningful and relevant, teaching improvement occurs.Madden and his fellow chapter authors provide an account of how embedded personalized professional learning opportunities, the engagement of school based action research and the ongoing collaboration of expert teachers, is offering schools a new path for supporting and enabling school reform. This book is a must read for those interested in improving education.
Marmen Daniel Teacher Beliefs about Science Education Marmen Daniel Teacher Beliefs about Science Education Новинка

Marmen Daniel Teacher Beliefs about Science Education

Science teaching practice is influenced by a teacher's beliefs about what students should learn and by other implicit beliefs related to teaching and learning science. Through this two-phased qualitative study, an understanding was sought about what middle school science teachers believe the purpose of science education and students' understanding of science should be. The goal was to gain an understanding of these beliefs and see how that could help design more effective professional development initiatives.
Rajesh Kadam, Godawari Pawar, Sunil Umate Practical Mannual. Instructional Technology for College Teachers Rajesh Kadam, Godawari Pawar, Sunil Umate Practical Mannual. Instructional Technology for College Teachers Новинка

Rajesh Kadam, Godawari Pawar, Sunil Umate Practical Mannual. Instructional Technology for College Teachers

Document from the year 2015 in the subject Instructor Plans: Agriculture / Forestry / Gardening, , language: English, abstract: Teachers engaged in higher education in general and those in agricultural universities in particular have to shoulder multifarious responsibilities as research, extension and managementin addition to teaching. This results into diversifying their attention and energy refraining them from fully focussing on teaching. Secondly, college teachers in general rely on their knowledge of subject matter of their field of specialization alone for effective teaching. It is so because of giving blind eye to pedagogical methods and their importance in making teaching effective. The fact 'how' something is said is equally important as 'what' is said, is ignored.Therefore, for avoiding the defeat of a teacher such training as this one on instructional technology are of immense importance. We have taken a care to cover all possible aspects of instruction including the commitment of teacher. Broadly topics viz.,Education for Agriculture, Simulation Approach and Role Play, Effective Class Room Instructions, Concept of Teaching and Learning, Teaching Methods, Aids And Their Importance, Combination of Methods for Effective Teaching, Conducting Ideal Practical, Commitment of Teacher in Higher Education, Developing Learning Attitude, Preparation Of Teaching Schedule And Lesson Plan, Styles of Learners, Creating Learning Situation, Use of Computer and Inter...
CHETAN DESAI TRAINING - An Essential Tool for Organizational Success CHETAN DESAI TRAINING - An Essential Tool for Organizational Success Новинка

CHETAN DESAI TRAINING - An Essential Tool for Organizational Success

In today's world, it is widely accepted that managing human resources is one of the most essential managerial skill that is required now a days. Changing needs of the people and globalization in business world has increased the role of human resources in the organizations. Training is one of the most important part of the human resource department which helps in improving the quality of work of employees at all levels and let a company stands in stiff competition. This research is about the different training programmes used by the organizations. This research includes the study about the training programmes and effectiveness of it. For this, a case study of Aviva Life Insurance Company has taken. Moreover, Insurance sector is one of the highly growing sectors in India and competition is very tough. So, it is important in the insurance companies for making their employees more effective to stand in competition. This particular study undertakes to provide greater insight into causes, consequences and also remedies of the training programes in the organizations especially in Insurance Sector in India by taking an example of Aviva Life Insurance Company Private Limited.
Mathematics Teaching. Putting Research into Practice at All Levels Mathematics Teaching. Putting Research into Practice at All Levels Новинка

Mathematics Teaching. Putting Research into Practice at All Levels

The seventh monograph of AMTE highlights examples of important scholarship of and for the mathematics teacher education community. This monograph, like others produced by AMTE, serves as a forum for mathematics teacher educators to exchange ideas, experiences, resources, and detailed accounts of work to improve teacher preparation. Chapters in this monograph take up a variety of issues such as using online social networking in the preparation of teachers, examining the impact of textbook-specific professional development, and offering a mathematics-specific reading in the content area course.
Jennifer L. Morley Multicultural Education . Cultural Competence in the High Accountability Era - A Study of Teacher Perception Jennifer L. Morley Multicultural Education . Cultural Competence in the High Accountability Era - A Study of Teacher Perception Новинка

Jennifer L. Morley Multicultural Education . Cultural Competence in the High Accountability Era - A Study of Teacher Perception

Theorists in education recommend multicultural education and cultural competence training as a way to address the achievement gap, especially in urban schools serving large populations of students of color. It is assumed that more training for educators can alleviate the issues present in these schools. Most theory has not been incorporated into practice, especially in secondary schools. Theorists continue to advocate for such educational methods, but their recommendations ignore the political and historical context of urban schools. Most research does not address the perceptions of those who practice in the field.Those who work in these urban, high-poverty schools can lend a perspective that is absent in most of the literature, and can help explain why these recommendations are not implemented as recommended.
Research Informing Practice-Practice Informing Research. Innovative Teaching Methodologies for World Language Teachers Research Informing Practice-Practice Informing Research. Innovative Teaching Methodologies for World Language Teachers Новинка

Research Informing Practice-Practice Informing Research. Innovative Teaching Methodologies for World Language Teachers

Edited by David Schwarzer, Montclair State University, Mary Petrón,Sam Houston State University, and Christopher Luke, Ball State UniversityA volume in Research in Second Language LearningJoAnn Hammadou Sullivan, Series Editor"Research Informing Practice-Practice Informing Research: Innovative Teaching Methodologies forWorld Language Educators" is an edited volume that focuses on innovative, nontraditional methods ofteaching and learning world languages. Using teacher-research projects, each author in the volume guidesreaders through their own personal journey and exploration of teaching methods, novelty, risk-taking, andreflection. Chapters include guiding questions, vignettes, and thick descriptions of classroom-based researchin an assortment of instructional settings. Theoretical issues and an array of practical applications are presented,as well as additional research opportunities and guidelines for implementation in a variety of teachingand learning venues.While not professing to be a panacea for world language learning, this book provides various lines of theory, research, and practice as they interactwith each other through teacher-research narratives. As a well-known African proverb asserts, "It takes a village to raise a child." Similarly, it takes avillage to develop a master teacher, and it takes a community to create an exceptional classroom. Throughout this volume, authors share their voices,experiences, and expertise as a means of strengthening ...
LINDA BOBO Use of Questions in the Didactic Setting LINDA BOBO Use of Questions in the Didactic Setting Новинка

LINDA BOBO Use of Questions in the Didactic Setting

In many medical education programs, practitioners are placed in classrooms to deliver quality teaching. The focus of this study was to observe student-teacher interactions in didactic Athletic Training courses. Experienced and inexperienced athletic training educators located at universities in the southern United States were observed a total of nine observations each, along with the student participants. The researcher performed real time observations while using the Question-Response-Probe Sequential Event System-Athletic Training instrument to record student-teacher interaction patterns. Data generated was descriptively analyzed to identify relationships of student-teacher interaction patterns across observations. Summary statistics and rates per minute were also calculated. The findings of this investigation revealed that both experiential ATE groups asked more convergent questions than divergent questions, did not allow for a teacher wait-time greater than three seconds, and was deficient in providing teacher probe methods. Both experiential ATE groups had high mean percentages for the same student-teacher interaction patterns.
Getnet Eshetu How to Change Instructional Leaders. Perception. Integrating Education Media Technology in Classroom Teaching Getnet Eshetu How to Change Instructional Leaders. Perception. Integrating Education Media Technology in Classroom Teaching Новинка

Getnet Eshetu How to Change Instructional Leaders. Perception. Integrating Education Media Technology in Classroom Teaching

Research Paper (postgraduate) from the year 2015 in the subject Pedagogy - Media Pedagogy, , language: English, abstract: This study explores factors that affect instructional leaders' perception of the role of media in classroom teaching in Amhara region of Ethiopia. To achieve the objective a one sample survey method using questioner and focus group discussion was employed. The participants are 168 instructional leaders (108 principals & 60 supervisors) with different training, teaching and school leadership experience selected by convenience sampling. The two roles of media that are selected are media used as supplement and substitute for the teacher in classroom teaching. Both quantitative and qualitative techniques were used to analyze the data gathered. The research answered seven research questions. The findings revealed that there were significant differences in perceptions of instructional leaders. Media training that they do have in the past contributed to some extent but neither experience in teaching nor in leadership has significant contribution for perception. The reasons behind instructional leaders' perception are mainly their belief that media has no or less impact on student motivation but traditional roles of teachers has some impact. The identified factors that affect perception are negative beliefs, irresponsibility, ignorance, lack of willingness and know-how. The study discusses the findings and makes some recommendations.
Carolyn Babione A. Practitioner Teacher Inquiry and Research Carolyn Babione A. Practitioner Teacher Inquiry and Research Новинка

Carolyn Babione A. Practitioner Teacher Inquiry and Research

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Teacher inquiry helps improve educational outcomes Practitioner Teacher Inquiry and Research explores the concept and importance of the teacher practitioner, and prepares students in teacher education courses and programs to conduct research in the classroom. Author Carolyn Babione has extensive experience in undergraduate- and graduate-level teacher training and teacher inquiry coursework. In the book, Babione guides students through the background, theory, and strategy required to successfully conduct classroom research. The first part of the book tackles the «how-to» and «why» of teacher inquiry, while the second part provides students with real-life practitioner inquiry research projects across a range of school settings, content areas, and teaching strategies. The book's discussion includes topics such as: Underlying cultural and historical perspectives surrounding the teaching profession Hidden stereotypes that limit teacher beliefs about power and voice Current curriculum innovation and reflections on modern developments Practitioner Teacher Inquiry and Research successfully guides and encourages budding teachers to fully understand the importance of their involvement in studying and researching their classroom settings, giving a better understanding of how their beliefs and teaching practices impact classroom learning.
Michael Seibold European Tennis. A Comparative Analysis of Talent Identification and Development (TID). Michael Seibold European Tennis. A Comparative Analysis of Talent Identification and Development (TID). Новинка

Michael Seibold European Tennis. A Comparative Analysis of Talent Identification and Development (TID).

In this wide-ranging book, Michael Seibold critically examines and assesses how Talent Identification and Development (TID) programmes for tennis are organised and implemented. He compares the views of key actors involved in TID practice: players, coaches, administrators, and parents in four selected European countries. Seibold's study is based upon a multi-disciplinary and comparative research design, using both quantitative and qualitative research strategies. The results show large gaps between theory and practice of TID, indicating that tennis is likely to remain a socially exclusive sport and to become even more so within the next few years and will remain limited to children from families with above-average financial backgrounds. Michael Seibold suggests that environmental factors should form a part of every TID programme. Any TID must be looked upon as an ongoing longitudinal dynamical process. A centrally operating talent development commission, following clear published guidelines, is of crucial importance. Seibold's book gives a real inside view into the TID programmes in tennis from the point of view of an expert who has been working many years as a national and international tennis coach and as sports expert as part of the International Olympic Committee's Olympic Solidarity Programme. It will help the reader to understand more about TID in tennis in general and support coaches, parents, players, and administrators in developing and optimising a progra...
Dorottya Rédai Gender in Education. A Democratic Transition. - A Comparative Analysis of Gender Issues in the Democratic Reform Process in Slovenian and Hungarian Education Dorottya Rédai Gender in Education. A Democratic Transition. - A Comparative Analysis of Gender Issues in the Democratic Reform Process in Slovenian and Hungarian Education Новинка

Dorottya Rédai Gender in Education. A Democratic Transition. - A Comparative Analysis of Gender Issues in the Democratic Reform Process in Slovenian and Hungarian Education

The 1990s brought democratic transition to the countries of Central Eastern Europe - a still ongoing process, with specific social, economic and political challenges to be met in each country, including the reform of education. This book explores the educational reform process in Slovenia and Hungary from a gender perspective. A theoretical discussion of the relevance of gender in education is followed by a comparative analysis of the national curriculum reform and gender issues therein, the presence of gender in educational discourse, and the implications of the reforms for textbooks and teacher training in the two countries. The study is concluded by an assessment of the relative success of the reforms. Completed in 2003, the study covers an under-researched area, raises further questions and points towards potential research directions for scholars interested in gender and education in the CEE region. Recommendations are offered about elements of the Slovenian reform that could be adapted in Hungary to improve the curriculum and provide a context for discourse on gender in educational policies and practice, therefore the book is also of interest for educational decision-makers.
David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts Новинка

David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts

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Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics offers a comparative discussion of the challenges of living a moral religious life. This is illustrated with a study of two key thinkers, Bonaventure and Buddhaghosa, who influenced the development of moral thinking in Christianity and Buddhism respectively. Provides an important and original contribution to the comparative study and practice of religious ethics Moves away from a comparison of theories by discussing the shared human problem of moral weakness Offers an fresh approach with a comparison of the understanding of the problem of moral weakness between the two key thinkers, Bonaventure and Buddhaghosa Written by a highly respected academic in the dynamic and fast-growing field of comparative religious ethics
Brandford Bervell How to integrate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the Teaching of Social Studies Brandford Bervell How to integrate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the Teaching of Social Studies Новинка

Brandford Bervell How to integrate Information and Communications Technology (ICT) in the Teaching of Social Studies

Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Pedagogy - Media Pedagogy, grade: K-12, University of Cape Coast (Centre for Continuing Education), course: Information Technology in Social Studies, language: English, abstract: ABSTRACTTechnology has become an imperative tool in teaching and learning, offering a constructive dimension to education. Its usage cuts across all disciplines and social studies is not an exception. In view of this, using a descriptive research design, this study investigated social studies teachers' perception of technology integration, their use of technology as well as the impact of technology integration training on their instructional practice in the senior high schools of the Cape Coast Metropolis. Data were collected through the use of a questionnaire from a purposive sample of 50 social studies teachers who have completed some form of technology integration training whether formal or informal.Participants ranged in age from 21 to 60, and had an average of 11 years of teaching experience. Social studies teachers in this study generally had a positive perception towards technology integration and the unparallel importance it brings to bare in the social studies classroom. However, they did not have the requisite competencies that will cushion their desire to tailor their instruction around technology, even though they have had some form of integration training. Since they lacked the requisite expertise in technology integration, they h...
David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts Новинка

David Clairmont A. Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics. On the Person as Classic in Comparative Theological Contexts

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Moral Struggle and Religious Ethics offers a comparative discussion of the challenges of living a moral religious life. This is illustrated with a study of two key thinkers, Bonaventure and Buddhaghosa, who influenced the development of moral thinking in Christianity and Buddhism respectively. Provides an important and original contribution to the comparative study and practice of religious ethics Moves away from a comparison of theories by discussing the shared human problem of moral weakness Offers an fresh approach with a comparison of the understanding of the problem of moral weakness between the two key thinkers, Bonaventure and Buddhaghosa Written by a highly respected academic in the dynamic and fast-growing field of comparative religious ethics
Susan Miller The Study of a State Initiative Susan Miller The Study of a State Initiative Новинка

Susan Miller The Study of a State Initiative

The purpose of this evaluative study was to describe the adoption of distance learning technology in the adult classroom by teachers who have been trained in state funded programs. The study explored technology training as a potential means for active learner involvement and interaction. The study investigated the effectiveness of teaching strategies used to train educators in the use of technology. This qualitative analysis also focused on professional development training sessions and analyzed teacher participation in the consortium effort developed to train them the most effective use of distance learning technology for reinforcing learning. Participants in the study were 8 educators in the southeast quadrant of the state of Oklahoma. All of the educators had received the initial technology training to be classified as a Master Trainer. In-depth interviews were conducted with six educators. Later follow-up interviews were conducted as a member check. Portions of a training session were observed which involved tow educators as trainers. The open coding method was used to interpret the data. The researcher looked for patterns to emerge from the coded data.
Jake Madden, David E. Lynch, Tina A. Doe Teacher Researchers. Creating the Outstanding School Jake Madden, David E. Lynch, Tina A. Doe Teacher Researchers. Creating the Outstanding School Новинка

Jake Madden, David E. Lynch, Tina A. Doe Teacher Researchers. Creating the Outstanding School

This book is full of vignettes illustrating how professional learning can be integrated into the day-to-day work of schools and, in doing so, focus on continuous improvement, enhancing teaching quality and raising student achievement. In presenting best practice exemplars to illustrate how professional learning can positively impact teaching quality and school improvement, this book will inspire each classroom teacher and school leader. It will support them in creating and sustaining a strong performance culture.
Clark Smith Beardslee Teacher-Training with the Master Teacher: Studies of Christ in the Act of Teaching As a Means of Learning How to Teach Clark Smith Beardslee Teacher-Training with the Master Teacher: Studies of Christ in the Act of Teaching As a Means of Learning How to Teach Новинка

Clark Smith Beardslee Teacher-Training with the Master Teacher: Studies of Christ in the Act of Teaching As a Means of Learning How to Teach

Эта книга — репринт оригинального издания, созданный на основе электронной копии высокого разрешения, которую очистили и обработали вручную, сохранив структуру и орфографию оригинального издания. Редкие, забытые и малоизвестные книги, изданные с петровских времен до наших дней, вновь доступны в виде печатных книг.
Todd Whitaker The Ten-Minute Inservice. 40 Quick Training Sessions that Build Teacher Effectiveness Todd Whitaker The Ten-Minute Inservice. 40 Quick Training Sessions that Build Teacher Effectiveness Новинка

Todd Whitaker The Ten-Minute Inservice. 40 Quick Training Sessions that Build Teacher Effectiveness

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Quick, easy, specific steps that make a difference in teaching and learning Busy school leaders need an easy-to-apply resource to increase teacher effectiveness quickly and efficiently. This book shows principals and staff developers how to improve teaching school-wide through high-impact inservices lasting only ten minutes—incorporated easily into weekly staff meetings. Written by popular education consultants Todd Whitaker and Annette Breaux, this important book offers 40 teacher-tested, mini-workshops that can improve teaching in every classroom. The book covers a range of topics, from behavior challenges and parent engagement to motivating students and making lessons meaningful. Offers school leaders a proven plan to help every teacher improve on a weekly basis by conducting simple 10-minute inservice workshops Offers staff developers, new teacher induction coordinators, mentors, and Professional Learning Communities ideas for effective training sessions Each of the 40 mini-training sessions offered include tips on how to introduce the topic, sample scripts to follow, and implementation activities to ensure lasting learning Whitaker and Breaux are bestselling education authors with a proven track record improving teacher effectiveness This handy resource contains a simple and effective method for improving teacher effectiveness school wide.
Astha Bhargav, Smriti Vats, Sushma Sharma In-Service Primary School Teachers. Attitude and Inclusion Astha Bhargav, Smriti Vats, Sushma Sharma In-Service Primary School Teachers. Attitude and Inclusion Новинка

Astha Bhargav, Smriti Vats, Sushma Sharma In-Service Primary School Teachers. Attitude and Inclusion

The study is an attempt to study the opinions of teachers of special schools, integrated schools and regular schools respectively towards inclusive education. The field of special education has grown tremendously in the past few years, demanding frequent updates for the professionals. Periodic in-service training programmes for teaching professionals to keep them abreast of the developments worldwide and to equip them to face the challenges of changing trends is of paramount importance. Such programmes are needed for all levels of staff from classroom teachers to master trainers. Periodic short-term programmes varying from 2 weeks to 3 months, based on the need, should be made mandatory for all trained professionals. Awareness programmes on each disability be initiated at school level. Mass media can be used for enhancing awareness and influencing attitude of masses towards inclusive education. Though factors behind positive and negative attitudes were not able to be determined, the results indicate that the majority of participants agree that special education and general education teachers need to collaborate in order for inclusive education to be successful.
Francis X. Clooney, SJ Comparative Theology. Deep Learning Across Religious Borders Francis X. Clooney, SJ Comparative Theology. Deep Learning Across Religious Borders Новинка

Francis X. Clooney, SJ Comparative Theology. Deep Learning Across Religious Borders

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Drawing upon the author’s three decades of work in comparative theology, this is a pertinent and comprehensive introduction to the field, which offers a clear guide to the reader, enabling them to engage in comparative study. The author has three decades of experience of work in the field of comparative theology and is ideally placed to write this book Today’s increasing religious diversity makes this a pertinent and timely publication Unique in the depth of its introduction and explanation of the discipline of ‘comparative theology’ Provides examples of how comparative theology works in the new global context of human religiosity Draws on examples specific to Hindu-Christian studies to show how it is possible to understand more deeply the wider diversity around us. Clearly guides the reader, enabling them to engage in comparative study
Tulsi Ram Pandey Teachering Mathematics Tulsi Ram Pandey Teachering Mathematics Новинка

Tulsi Ram Pandey Teachering Mathematics

Besides running schools, colleges and universities, Government of Nepal has used a large amount of money for educational programmes. But when a teacher enters the class to teach, it is found that they are bound to use traditional methods of teaching in spite of using participatory pedagogies. This book reflects on 'teaching as a culture' in the context of Nepal. It is an autoethnography of a high school teacher who has spent more than two decades in teaching mathematics in secondary schools of Nepal. Basically, this book focuses on how the writer learned mathematics in his school and university days, how his learning is reflected on his teaching, what experiences did he achieve from his classroom practices, what sorts of changes did he bring in his classroom, and the most important part is why is he not able to use participatory pedagogies in teaching mathematics in the classroom even though he is enriched by several student-centred teaching learning methods. This book will be useful for school teachers, students, school principals, school administrators, curriculum makers and analysts, researchers, and project executives especially in the educational sectors.
CHARLES OMBOTO TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS(ASDs) CHARLES OMBOTO TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS(ASDs) Новинка

CHARLES OMBOTO TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR LEARNERS WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS(ASDs)

Educating students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) presents many challenges to the professionals and staff charged with the responsibilities of providing appropriate education. Today many of these students are being educated in the neighbourhood mainstream schools, where the students with ASD warrant varying degree of assistance and interventions to address, social, communication, behaviour and academic needs. This study explored the teaching strategies teachers use in the education of learners with ASDs in two mainstream classrooms and a school based Unit. The researcher employed three qualitative methods: observation, semi-structured interviews and document analysis. The participants included two schools with special units; those interviewed included two SENCOs and four teachers. The findings for this study showed that teachers lacked sufficient training for themselves to understand teaching strategies for engaging students with ASDs. The study recommended that immediate curriculum for pre-service training to be included in teacher training, and universities for better professional development of teachers so that learners with ASD may benefit from inclusive education.
Paul Davies Success in English Teaching Paul Davies Success in English Teaching Новинка

Paul Davies Success in English Teaching

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Clear, easy to follow, and free of jargon – does not assume the reader is a native speaker of English. Covers all the major topics relevant for trainee teachers with the right level of detail. Strong focus on classroom teaching, applying theoretical principles to hands-on teaching practice. Can be used if you have little or no formal training as an English teacher. Especially useful if you are working in the students' own country (rather than an English-speaking country). Can be used either as a complete course in English teaching or, if you already have some experience, as a reference book. A comprehensive and readable introduction to teaching English. Clear and jargon-free, it is easy to follow and suitable for initial teacher training, but also provides guidance and fresh ideas for more experienced teachers. It offers realistic ways of achieving success even with large classes and few resources.
M. Maniruzzaman, M. M. Rahman The use of Audio Aids in the EFL class at the tertiary level - a plus or a minus. M. Maniruzzaman, M. M. Rahman The use of Audio Aids in the EFL class at the tertiary level - a plus or a minus. Новинка

M. Maniruzzaman, M. M. Rahman The use of Audio Aids in the EFL class at the tertiary level - a plus or a minus.

Research Paper from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Linguistics, grade: none, Jahangirnagar University (Department of English), course: Teaching EFL , 7 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Audio aids function as learning facilitators and teaching machines, and motivate the learner and arrest his/her attention during the instructional process. Though such aids are greatly helpful in L2 teaching and continually expanding their scope with the availability and development of technology, their use in the EFL class especially at the tertiary level in Bangladesh is still limited. This study was then designed to address varied issues related to the use of audio aids in the EFL class at the tertiary level in Bangladesh. It concludes that the use of audio aids in the EFL class is a plus, but the lack of teacher training, audio equipment and material and administrative support seriously restricts it. Hence, the researchers recommend proper teacher training, adequate audio equipment and material, necessary administrative support, and a well equipped language lab to ensure the optimal use of audio aids, and thus guarantee the learner's maximum benefit.
Antonaros S. The Teacher`s Basic Tools. The Teacher as Manager Antonaros S. The Teacher`s Basic Tools. The Teacher as Manager Новинка

Antonaros S. The Teacher`s Basic Tools. The Teacher as Manager

A series of teacher training books on introductory methodology for beginning teachers, as well as developing professionals, who are interested in updating their skills and teaching techniques. The series covers some of the most basic and important areas of EFL methodology: The Teacher as Manager; Making Our Lessons Memorable; Creative Visuals; Make Grammar Come Alive; The Coursebook: Effective Use and Adaptation; Learning Words ls Fun.
Nyabero Charles, Omwenga Nyambega E., Okari Florence Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Primary Schools in Kenya Nyabero Charles, Omwenga Nyambega E., Okari Florence Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Primary Schools in Kenya Новинка

Nyabero Charles, Omwenga Nyambega E., Okari Florence Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Primary Schools in Kenya

The performance of Mathematics at Kenya Certificate of Primary Education has remained low compared to other subjects at this level (KNEC, 2006,2007,2008). This study investigated the factors affecting the teaching and learning of Mathematics in selected public primary schools in Usian Gishu between the period of May and July 2010. The study was guided by the following objectives: to establish the teacher, learner, syllabus and school-related factors affecting the teaching and learning of Mathematics and to determine challenges faced in Mathematics teaching and learning in primary schools. The study employed a descriptive survey study design and was guided by the education production function theory. The study population comprised of head teachers, teachers and pupils in public primary schools in Usian Gishu of Rift-Valley province. Stratified random sampling was used in selecting 15 schools for participation in this study. Purposive sampling was used to select fifteen head teachers and 45 teachers of Mathematics for inclusion in this study.
Arren Bennet Lawrence Comparative Characterization in the Sermon on the Mount Arren Bennet Lawrence Comparative Characterization in the Sermon on the Mount Новинка

Arren Bennet Lawrence Comparative Characterization in the Sermon on the Mount

The Sermon on the Mount contains many comparisons. In this book, the functions of these comparisons are studied by the methodology called comparative characterization. Characterization is the way a character is characterized in a narrative. Comparative characterization is the characterization of a character using comparisons. In comparative characterization, another character is used as a foil to bring out a characteristic trait of a concerned character. Jesus characterized the ideal disciple in the Sermon on the Mount with many descriptions and imperatives. To characterize the ideal disciple Jesus used many comparisons and highlighted the characteristic features that embody the ideal disciple.The many comparisons used in the Sermon on the Mount are identified in this study through comparative characterization. In addition, the teleological purpose of the comparisons, which is to play as foil to the characterization of the ideal disciple, is identified and highlighted. Thus, this study identifies Jesus' characterization of the ideal disciple and his complex portrayal of the ideal disciple with the many uses of comparisons in the descriptions and imperatives of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount.""Bennet Arren Lawrence uses literary, narrative, and comparative characterization methods at their best in his analysis of the Sermon on the Mount. After establishing a deeper knowledge about the teaching of Jesus, he endeavors to foreground the ideal disciple embedded withi...
Cases in Mathematics Teacher Education. Tools for Developing Knowledge Needed for Teaching Cases in Mathematics Teacher Education. Tools for Developing Knowledge Needed for Teaching Новинка

Cases in Mathematics Teacher Education. Tools for Developing Knowledge Needed for Teaching

The goal of AMTE Monograph 4, "Cases in Mathematics Teacher Education: Tools for Developing Knowledge Needed for Teaching", is to provide detailed accounts of case use that will inform the mathematics teacher education community on the range of ways in which cases can be used to foster teacher learning and the capacity to reflect on and learn from teaching. The chapters in this monograph describe the use of cases with preservice and practicing teachers at all levels K - 12, in content and methods courses as well as professional development settings, and focus on developing various aspects of teachers' knowledge base (i.e., content, pedagogy, and students as learners). Hence, Monograph 4 should prove to be a superb resource for mathematics teacher educators.
Langat Andrew Preparation of Teachers for English Language teaching Langat Andrew Preparation of Teachers for English Language teaching Новинка

Langat Andrew Preparation of Teachers for English Language teaching

Teacher education is key to effective teaching and learning in schools. The world is dynamic and therefore teacher preparation should be in line with the current needs of the society. The dispensation of current information technology is now with us and we can either embrace it or risk becoming outdated and even irrelevant. This book is an encouragement towards acquiring ICT Materials by teacher education colleges and prepare teachers to effectively adopt, innovate, and integrate ICTs in their classroom teaching.
Christopher Halter The Reflective Lens - The Effects of Digital Video Analysis on Preservice Teacher Development Christopher Halter The Reflective Lens - The Effects of Digital Video Analysis on Preservice Teacher Development Новинка

Christopher Halter The Reflective Lens - The Effects of Digital Video Analysis on Preservice Teacher Development

Reflection-on-practice has become a critical component of teacher professional development over the past decade. As a result, it is increasingly important for teacher educators to better understand the relationship between reflection and the development of pro­fessional expertise. This study involved a particular kind of self-reflection that utilized video of credential candidates' own teaching as the object of reflection. Reflection on the lesson was facilitated by either mental recall or videotaped lesson analysis. Video analysis is a powerful tool to support the growth of preservice teachers in making the critical connections between theoretical pedagogy and classroom interactions. Video analysis of their own classroom performance can shift reflections from being centered on teacher actions to looking more broadly at teacher and student interactions. The effects of video analysis can persist over time and supported the professional growth of new teachers. The results of this study strongly suggest that professional development activities that target improved reflection-on-practice through the use of video analysis can be effective.
Madiha Shah Teacher collegiality and commitment in high- and low-achieving secondary schools in Islamabad, Pakistan Madiha Shah Teacher collegiality and commitment in high- and low-achieving secondary schools in Islamabad, Pakistan Новинка

Madiha Shah Teacher collegiality and commitment in high- and low-achieving secondary schools in Islamabad, Pakistan

Doctoral Thesis / Dissertation from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, The University of Malaya, language: English, abstract: This study analyzed the impact of teachers' collegiality on their organizational and professional commitment in public secondary schools in Islamabad, Pakistan. The study also examined the differences of teacher collegiality, organizational commitment, and professional commitment in high-achieving and low-achieving schools. The effects of teacher personal variables (e.g. gender, educational level, and professional experience) on teacher collegiality, organizational commitment, and professional commitment were also investigated.A teacher collegiality scale (TCS) was developed and tested using exploratory and confirmatory factor analytic techniques. The final TCS comprised seven dimensions, namely (1) Demonstrating Mutual Support and Trust, (2) Observing one another Teaching, (3) Joint Planning and Assessment, (4) Sharing Ideas and Expertise, (5) Teaching each other, (6) Developing Curriculum together, and (7) Sharing Resources. The instruments of organizational commitment and professional commitment were adapted from Meyer, Allen, and Smith (1993).The survey instrument, comprising the TCS and Commitment Scale was distributed to a sample of 364 secondary school teachers in eight high-achieving and nine low-achieving schools located in Islamabad. Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) was used to assess the impact...
MELISSA TERLECKI The Effects of Long-Term Practice and Training on Mental Rotation MELISSA TERLECKI The Effects of Long-Term Practice and Training on Mental Rotation Новинка

MELISSA TERLECKI The Effects of Long-Term Practice and Training on Mental Rotation

This longitudinal study addressed questions about improvement and gender differences in mental rotation; what is the shape of long-term growth in mental rotation ability, and does that differ for men and women; can videogame training enhance mental rotation ability above simple practice effects; are there gender differences in experience and effects of videogame training; are practice and training effects durable, and can they transfer to other mental rotation tasks? Undergraduates participated in longitudinal practice with the Mental Rotations Test (MRT) and played videogames. Results showed large improvements in mental rotation with both practice and training. Videogame training led to greater initial growth than practice alone, but final performance did not reliably differ. However, videogame training did transfer to two other spatial tasks. Mental rotation ability between men and women did not converge over time, but men and women showed different growth patterns. Though gender differences in mental rotation ability appear robust, the effects of spatial experience and videogame training cannot be ignored.
Camille Holmes Hedrick Retaining Career Switchers Camille Holmes Hedrick Retaining Career Switchers Новинка

Camille Holmes Hedrick Retaining Career Switchers

Career Switchers are a unique population of teachers who bring work and life experience to the classroom and often meet critical content area needs in hard- to-staff schools. It is estimated that nearly half of the next generation of teachers will be career switchers. As increasing numbers of people choose teaching as a second career, this population of teachers will have a significant impact on schools and the teaching profession. Representing the school as a nested environment, Dr. Hedrick discusses the roles of principals, and how they relate to teacher job satisfaction. In this interview study, she offers an interesting and personal look at teaching as a second career from the perspective of both the teacher and the principal. This book will appeal to education leaders and those considering teaching as a second career.
Geoffrey Wright How Does Video Analysis Impact Teacher Reflection-for-Action. Geoffrey Wright How Does Video Analysis Impact Teacher Reflection-for-Action. Новинка

Geoffrey Wright How Does Video Analysis Impact Teacher Reflection-for-Action.

Reflective practice is an integral component of a teacher's classroom success. Reflective practice requires a teacher to step back and consider the implications and effects of teaching practices. Research has shown that formal reflection on teaching can lead to improved understanding and practice of pedagogy, classroom management, and professionalism. Several methods have been used over the years to stimulate reflective practice; many of these methods required teachers to use awkward and time-consuming tools with a minimal impact on teaching performance. This book presents an innovative video- enhanced reflection process focused on improving teacher reflection. Video-enhanced reflection is a process that uses video analysis to stimulate reflective thought. The findings presented in this book suggest the video-enhanced reflection process provides solutions to the barriers (i.e., time, tool, support) that have traditionally prevented reflection from being meaningful and long lasting.
Khan Muhammad Nasir Vision of Parents towards Challenging Behavior in Students in Pakistan Khan Muhammad Nasir Vision of Parents towards Challenging Behavior in Students in Pakistan Новинка

Khan Muhammad Nasir Vision of Parents towards Challenging Behavior in Students in Pakistan

Challenging behavior in students is a worldwide burning issue. parents have a significant role in behavior development of students.The study reflects the perceptions of parents towards challenging behavior in secondary school students. The study highlights the factors promoting challenging behavior in secondary school students in Punjab province of Pakistan.The study is important for the secondary school teacher training programs and behaviorists.

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Master's Thesis from the year 2015 in the subject Pedagogy - Common Didactics, Educational Objectives, Methods, grade: A, Moi University (Main campus), course: Education curriculum, language: English, abstract: Cooperating teachers provide the guidance sought by teacher trainees when they are away from college in the practicing schools and in the absence of the college tutors. This study sought to establish the extent to which this mentorship role is played by analyzing the mentoring relationship between cooperating primary school teachers and teacher trainees during teaching practice. The objectives of the study were to find out how the cooperating primary school teachers mentored the teacher trainees on: schemes of work and lesson plans; selection and application of instructional methods; lesson presentation and on professional ethics. The theoretical frame work used was based on developmental supervision theory by Glickman (2003). The study adopted a descriptive survey research design. It targeted cooperating teachers from 26 public primary schools from Kakamega and Vihiga Counties in Western Kenya and the student teacher trainees of Eregi and Kaimosi Teachers College who had undertaken teaching practice in the targeted primary schools. Two cooperating teachers who had handled teacher trainees during teaching practice for at least one year were selected from the schools through simple random sampling. For teacher trainees, focus was on approximately 1000 second year st...
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