50 Strategies For Active Teaching: Engaging K-12 Learners In The Classroom By Andrea M. Guillaume, Ruth Helen Yopp, Hallie Kay Yopp
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From three experts in teaching comes a 50 strategies book that is useful for preservice and inservice teachers up and down the grade levels and across the curriculum. The book embeds strategies within a theoretical framework of active learning. The step-by-step format helps teachers prepare easily and troubleshoot to maximize success. Strategies are referenced by their usefulness for English learners and readers at different stages of development. The book includes examples from many subject areas and grade levels. The accompanying CD contains templates to assist teachers in using the strategies.
This practical book gives 50 strategies designed to help the classroom teacher engage K-12 students in their own learning.
- 50 strategies are embedded into a conceptual framework for active teaching and learning.
- Provides clear, step-by-step instructions and examples for employing the strategies.
- Troubleshooting feature presents tips to avoid pitfalls and build success as teachers prepare to use the strategy.
- Correlation matrix on the front and back cover.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #67344 in Books
- Published on: 2006-07-21
- Original language: English
- Number of items: 1
- Binding: Paperback
- 263 pages
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By Layne Pressley
This book is an excellent resource and each exercise can be adapted to any subject area that you teach! I would definately recommend that any teacher purchase this workbook if you are looking for some engaging activities for your students.
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50 strategies review
This book is very helpful and did not take a long time to get to me. The condition is perfect and I am happy with the results.
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50 Strategies for Active Teaching
This text could be useful as a reference guide at best. Not that a reference guide needs to be attractive, but the lettering has a poor photo-copied look to it, making it difficult to read. It is not really worth the money in addition to the fact that, if you are a teacher already, you've probably tried and/or use every strategy presented.
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