/*0205453325 Eggen, Strategies for Teachers 5e*/This K-12 teaching methods text opens each chapter with case studies illustrating a model in actual classroom practice and translates cognitive principles of learning into teaching strategies. The text focuses on active learning, the use of research, cognitive psychology, and experience and It emphasizes the teacher's central/*0205453325 Eggen, Strategies for Teachers 5e*/This K-12 teaching methods text opens each chapter with case studies illustrating a model in actual classroom practice and translates cognitive principles of learning into teaching strategies. The text focuses on active learning, the use of research, cognitive psychology, and experience and It emphasizes the teacher's central role in the learning process. As in past editions, the fifth edition of Strategies and Models for Teachers continues to focus on instruction, using a models approach that links prescriptive teaching strategies to specific content and thinking objectives. This edition is composed of two main parts: the first three chapters outline advances in effective teaching, cognitive learning and motivation theory, and the teaching of thinking. The remaining chapters offer detailed coverage of the individual models, including suggestions for modifications that make them adaptable to a variety of teaching-learning situations.A new chapter on learning, motivation, and models of teaching, together with new sections in each chapter describing the learning and motivation functions for each phase of each model, help provide a more solid conceptual foundation for the models while simultaneously retaining the models' classroom applications.The practicality of this text is one of its key selling points, promising to make the fifth edition an even more vital tool for instructors and students than the previous editions have been....
|Title||:||Strategies and Models for Teachers: Teaching Content and Thinking Skills|
|Number of Pages||:||376 Pages|
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Strategies and Models for Teachers: Teaching Content and Thinking Skills Reviews
2008- Easy to read text that clearly lays out different strategies and models and gives examples.
The bottom line: An overpriced, but useful, step-by-step “how-to” guide best suited for those seeking exact prescriptions to deliver specific content to teach K-12 students.Strategies and Models for Teachers essentially is a detailed guidebook and on the basics of teaching, learning, thinking, and offers many different models of teaching that each have specific advantages in specific educational situations. After the basics are covered in the first part of the book ... http://www.chesadaphal.com/strategies...
Had to use this book as a textbook for one of my Education courses. Some good ideas for teaching models/lessons plans, where you want to have critical thinking occur in the classroom. While I wasn't the biggest fan of some of the examples, they did help aid me in figuring out certain aspects when it came to the planning process. The break down of the phases were a plus.A nice addition to any library of ED books.
Contained interesting ideas and strategies for classroom teaching, but a lot of their case studies seemed too perfect, and many of their explanations seemed too confusing. I'd recommend this book to future teachers, provided they couple it with real-world representations of the strategies therein.
I think this book is really great, especially for anyone learning about lesson plans and the different types of lesson plans. This book gives you great examples for each LP and even breaks down the phases so they are easily explainable.