Teaching Effectiveness And Teacher Development

Author by : Yin Cheong Cheng
Languange : en
Publisher by : Boom Koninklijke Uitgevers
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Description : This book aims at making contributions to the ongoing policy debates in education reform and the creation of a new knowledge base that can serve all endeavours at different levels for teaching effectiveness and teacher development in different parts of the world. The target audiences are teacher educators, educators, graduate students, researchers, policy makers and those interested to reform education and teacher education for the new century. This edited volume includes 19 chapters grouped into three sections: Research and Analysis of Teaching Effectiveness and Teacher Development; The Teacher as a Professional in a Changing Context; and Innovations and Trends in Teacher Development. The authors of these chapters are experienced and renowned scholars and researchers from different parts of the world. They present to the international readers a very wide range of perspectives, approaches, and research findings that are crucial to our pursuit of a new knowledge base for effective teaching and teacher development in the new millennium.


Unleashing Great Teaching

Author by : David Weston
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : It's within the power of each and every school to unleash the best in teachers, day by day, month by month, year by year. This practical handbook takes the guesswork out of professional learning, showing school leaders how they can build a self-improving culture and remove barriers to learning. Clay and Weston set out their advice for how every school can bring in the best ideas from the whole system, and make sure that these have a lasting effect in the classroom. Packed full of examples, easy-to-use ideas and checklists, Unleashing Great Teachingbrings together a vast body of experience gained by the Teacher Development Trust (UK), and shows how other schools can learn from these insights. From fostering a culture of evaluating impact, to establishing good relationships, communication and a developmental culture, this book takes each and every aspect of the school system and reassesses its role as a driver of teacher and student success. An invaluable resource for leaders at any level within the schooling system, Unleashing Great Teachingwill open doors and inspire leaders, teachers, students and communities to learn about learning.


Qualities Of Effective Teachers

Author by : James H. Stronge
Languange : en
Publisher by : ASCD
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Description : Every teacher seeks to be an effective teacher. Every teacher wants to have a positive, remarkable, and lasting influence on students' lives. But what makes for an effective teacher? What role does teacher preparation play in teacher effectiveness? What do effective teachers do during planning, instruction, and assessment? How do they create a learning environment that engages and supports students? And how do effective teachers interact with their students to promote the best opportunities and results for all? In Qualities of Effective Teachers, 3rd edition, James H. Stronge explores these questions and more as he synthesizes the literature on teacher effectiveness. The result? A research-based framework for effective teaching that addresses: Professional knowledge Instructional planning Instructional delivery Assessment Learning environment Professionalism Stronge also examines characteristics of effective teachers of at-risk students and high-ability students. To bridge the gap between research and practice, he includes checklists of skills and positive qualities associated with effective teacher performance as well as red flags that indicate that teachers may not be reaching their full potential in the classroom. This resource is for any educator interested in improving teaching. It offers research-based advice for teachers who wish to improve their own performance, as well guidance for teacher leaders and supervisors, school administrators and department heads, staff development specialists, teacher and administrator educators, human resource specialists, and education policymakers and their staffs. Anyone who has a vested interest in students and their success can gain valuable insight and practical tools to ensure positive outcomes for all students. New to the 3rd edition: Introduction of the Framework for Effective Teaching and its six domains—professional knowledge; instructional planning; instructional delivery; assessment; learning environment; professionalism Chapter vignettes updated to illustrate the domains of the Framework for Effective Teaching Updated reference charts at the end of chapters, keyed to the subdomains of the Framework for Effective Teaching and expanded to include references for 21 century teachers Twenty-nine sidebars interspersed throughout chapters that provide state-of-the-art supplementary text on effective teaching practices and research findings Updated Teacher Skills Assessment Checklist, keyed to the domains of the Framework for Effective Teaching Updated Part 2 presents positive qualities and red flags associated with effective teachers, keyed to the domains of the Framework for Effective Teaching More than 1,000 entries in the References


Effective Teacher Development

Author by : Bob Burstow
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : The responsibility for facilitating effective continuing professional development (CPD) is based firmly in schools. Frequently, decisions are based on gut feeling, advertisements received or prior experiences. Effective Teacher Development encourages readers to move beyond this and to enhance their strategic decision making in order to effectively develop CPD programmes within their school, partner schools, federations or school chains. The theory behind CPD is explored, drawing on research and evidence from recent practice, including a 10-year international longitudinal study of the effectiveness of professional development to teachers. Readers are supported to develop their understanding of the whole life cycle of a CPD programme, from setting up a new programme to evaluating the effectiveness of existing provision. Chapter summaries and navigational tools support readers looking for guidance on particular issues and questions encourage readers to reflect on the impact of suggestions in their own particular context. Effective Teacher Development is essential reading for all involved in designing, implementing and developing effective CPD programmes.


The Highly Effective Teacher

Author by : Jeff C. Marshall
Languange : en
Publisher by : ASCD
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Description : What are the secrets to unlocking student success? And what can teachers do to get better at helping students develop deep understanding of content, attain higher-order thinking skills, and become secure, confident, and capable learners? In this book, teacher and professor Jeff Marshall showcases how teaching with intentionality answers these questions. Specifically, he introduces the Teacher Intentionality Practice Scale (TIPS), a framework for both supporting and measuring effective teaching. Taken together, the framework’s seven TIPs provide a research-based, classroom-tested guide to help teachers * create coherent, connected lessons; * use strategies and resources, including technology, that truly enhance learning; * organize a safe, respectful learning environment; * develop challenging and rigorous learning experiences; * promote interactive, thoughtful learning; * nurture a creative, problem-solving classroom culture; and * deliver feedback and formative assessment that inform teaching and learning. Marshall’s needs-assessment instrument can help teachers, working independently or in a cohort, determine the best starting point for improving their practice. Practical, straightforward rubrics for each TIP describe the various levels of teacher proficiency. Based on his own teaching experience and observations in hundreds of classrooms, Marshall also offers action tips for each framework component and a list of resources for further study. Written for teachers and leaders at all levels and in all content areas, The Highly Effective Teacher is a guidebook for thoughtful, intentional teaching with one goal: success for all students, in every classroom.


Leadership And Professional Development In Schools

Author by : John West-Burnham
Languange : en
Publisher by : Ft Press
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Description : Professional development in education is about to undergo yet another change as the Teacher Training Agency sets up its framework of national standards of competency. This book explores a range of issues in professional development.


Designing Professional Development For Teachers Of Science And Mathematics

Author by : Susan Loucks-Horsley
Languange : en
Publisher by : Corwin Press
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Total Read : 90
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Description : The classic guide for designing robust science and mathematics professional development programs! This expanded edition of one of the most widely cited resources in the field of professional development for mathematics and science educators demonstrates how to design professional development experiences for teachers that lead to improved student learning. Presenting an updated professional development (PD) planning framework, the third edition of the bestseller reflects recent research on PD design, underscores how beliefs and local factors can influence PD design, illustrates a wide range of PD strategies, and emphasizes the importance of: Continuous program monitoring Combining strategies to address diverse needs Building cultures that sustain learning


Teacher Development

Author by : Qing Gu
Languange : en
Publisher by : Continuum
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Description : This work covers challenges to teacher expertise in changing times and sets the scene, covers traditions and innovations, highlights teaching effectiveness and training and development, focuses on variations in beliefs and practices and concludes by dealing with knowledge, context and professional development.


Dynamic Principles Of Professional Development

Author by : Caroline M. Crawford, Ph.D
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Description : This text focuses upon differentiated elements towards inquiry and the reflectivity of practitioners as dynamic components of professional development. This text is meant as a reflection of the current state of the profession as revolves around the concept of classroom teachers as associated teacher educators.


Education And Training Policy Teachers Matter Attracting Developing And Retaining Effective Teachers

Author by : OECD
Languange : en
Publisher by : OECD Publishing
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Description : Teachers Matter provides a comprehensive, international analysis of trends and developments in the teacher workforce in 25 countries around the world including research on attracting, developing and retaining effective teachers.


Teacher Development

Author by : Anna Craft
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This selection of carefully chosen articles invites teachers to explore their own professional development and review their practice in schools. It draws together the multifaceted nature of primary teaching through a focus upon historical, cultural, and political influences and considers the impact this has upon the way primary teachers develop professional knowledge. Issues explored in the book include: changing approaches to: curriculum selection; school organization and; curriculum planning. These are situated and considered in the personal contexts of primary teachers' continuing professional development. Themes explored include: analysis of critical incidents as a strategy for developingreflective prac


Developing Effective Teacher Performance

Author by : Jeff Jones
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE Publications Limited
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Description : Provides guidance on diagnosing ineffectiveness in the teaching staff, ideas for supporting ineffective teachers, and tips for using appropriate strategies when support isn't enough.


Designing Professional Development For Teachers Of Science And Mathematics

Author by : Susan Loucks-Horsley
Languange : en
Publisher by : Corwin Press
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 99
Total Download : 365
File Size : 41,6 Mb
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Description : The classic guide for designing robust science and mathematics professional development programs! This expanded edition of one of the most widely cited resources in the field of professional development for mathematics and science educators demonstrates how to design professional development experiences for teachers that lead to improved student learning. Presenting an updated professional development (PD) planning framework, the third edition of the bestseller reflects recent research on PD design, underscores how beliefs and local factors can influence PD design, illustrates a wide range of PD strategies, and emphasizes the importance of: Continuous program monitoring Combining strategies to address diverse needs Building cultures that sustain learning


Teacher Education

Author by : T. Manichander
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Social Support Well Being And Teacher Development

Author by : Bick-har LAM
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Total Read : 52
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Description : This book uses social support as a central theme to provide a sound underpinning for guiding teachers to play more supportive roles in schools. It comprises a series of empirical studies that address the psychological processes involved in feeling supported and providing support, and which demonstrate how students’ and teachers’ well-being can be enhanced through learning and teaching in the classroom. The distinction between teachers who are caring mentors and those who simply impart knowledge has attracted considerable interest among researchers; however, in the twenty-first century education seems to be playing a more restricted role, due to the predominant focus on performance outcomes. This book addresses and identifies teachers’ expanding role in education. It describes various types of support that teachers can offer students, and which serve to enhance a range of learning outcomes. Further, it provides evidence suggesting that teachers’ commitment to learner development is a prerequisite for a satisfying teaching career, and that teachers’ knowledge, skills and ability to provide social support in the classroom form a pathway of professional learning that can take their teaching expertise to a higher level. Lastly, the book offers policymakers suggestions on how to rekindle social support in an increasingly globalised setting in which people are becoming more and more disconnected. Given its multidisciplinary approach, the book is a unique contribution within its subject area, and will be of interest to practitioners in education and beyond.


Easy And Effective Professional Development

Author by : Catherine Beck
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Given the current economic climate and budget constraints facing schools, funding for professional development is continually reduced. And yet administrators still need to find methods to implement new instructional initiatives, such as the Common Core State Standards. This important book provides leaders with a high quality professional development approach at a low cost—the Peer Observation Process. Outlined in manageable steps, this strategy will help leaders implement any new school initiative or instructional method, no matter the context. This book will help you: -Support staff with job-embedded learning that includes reflection and feedback -Get your staff excited and engage them in ongoing collaboration -Create teams and organize schedules -Initiate and deliver tough conversations -Address accountability and measure success Based on an established and successful program, this book outlines an effective approach that is easy to implement and will help schools increase student achievement, strengthen school culture, and improve job satisfaction.


How To Be An Effective Teacher In Higher Education

Author by : Mortiboys, Alan
Languange : en
Publisher by : McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
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Description : How To Be An Effective Teacher in Higher Education is a highly practical resource for lecturers with a particular focus on working with large groups of students, especially in a lecture environment. Alan Mortiboys is an experienced teacher and lecturer who runs courses and workshops for higher education institutions. The book draws upon his many years of experience and is a distillation of the common concerns and issues raised by workshop participants. How To Be An Effective Teacher in HE is designed to complement and support the National Professional Standards Framework for Teaching and Supporting Learning in Higher Education and maps directly on to the six areas of activity outlined in the Framework.


Learning Teaching And Development

Author by : Lyn Ashmore
Languange : en
Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This best practice guide to teaching in the Further Education and Skills sector, and professional organisational learning contexts, examines the key concepts underpinning effective teaching and learning and combines this with case studies which demonstrate meaningful connections between theory and practice. Each chapter also contains discussion questions, learning activities and reflective points, allowing you to further engage with key research and relate it to your own teaching. Offering pragmatic advice on learning design, support and delivery, coverage includes: Identifying learning needs and objectives Selecting and developing appropriate content Using technology to enhance learning Assessment, evaluation and reflection This is an indispensable resource for anyone preparing to teach in Further Education, current Higher Education lecturers and work-based learning trainers in private and public-sector organisations. Lyn Ashmore is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education and Professional Development and Denise Robinson is Director of the Post Compulsory Education & Training Consortium, both are based at the University of Huddersfield.


The Effective Teaching Of Physical Education

Author by : Michael Mawer
Languange : en
Publisher by : Addison-Wesley Longman Limited
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Description : Physical Education is now one of the foundation subjects of the National Curriculum for both primary and secondary school children. The Effective Teaching of Physical Education brings together the findings of research as well as the experiences and opinions of teacher-trainee students, newly qualified teachers and experienced teachers to provide practical help and advice for new entrants to the profession in their quest to become effective teachers of physical education. The book begins by investigating why people decide on a career in the teaching of physical education, what are considered to be the characteristics of good physical education teachers, and what it is like to be a student or newly qualified teacher in the early stages of teaching. The remainder of the book concentrates on the teaching skills and professional competencies needed to become an effective teacher of physical education, and the reader is encouraged to use the evaluation exercises provided to reflect upon and appraise their teaching expertise. Aimed at students, newly qualified teachers and school mentors supporting trainees on school-based I.T.T. courses, it is designed to help new entrants to the profession reflect on what others have experienced and the findings of research to draw up their own personal professional development plan.


Leading Every Day

Author by : Joyce Kaser
Languange : en
Publisher by : Corwin Press
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Description : As our society faces more complex challenges, the demand for effective leadership grows. Leaders, especially education leaders, often need to solve complicated problems quickly with limited resources. Understanding their own leadership styles, roles, and practices enhances the impact that leaders have every day. Leading Every Day offers direction on providing high-quality leadership amid turbulent times. Modeling the philosophy that leadership exists in all of us, the authors inspire educators to lead in big and small ways. This second edition offers: inspirational stories illustrating effective leadership, cogent quotations for educators to carry with them each day, actionable advice that can be implemented today, invitations for larger discourse that can change the lives of leaders and the lives of those they lead, and the latest research on best practices in leadership, change, professional development, and group leadership.


Creating Professional Development That Works

Author by : Andrea L. Ray
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Description : Many inservice teacher educators are experienced classroom teachers; however, they have little if any formal training in the design of professional development. As a result, they are likely to use an unintentional design process to create professional development that conflicts with what research has found to be effective, and lacks the capacity to change deeply held pre-existing beliefs, attitudes, and assumptions of inservice teachers. This book provides inservice teacher educators with a design process developed especially for them, in-depth knowledge of the research foundation of the process, and the confidence to use that process effectively. This book will provide a comprehensive view of the relationship between the effectiveness of professional development and its design."


Teacher Education Policy

Author by : Rob McBride
Languange : en
Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Description : To improve schools we need to improve teachers. This volume provides recent research evidence that suggests that current education policy is not Promoting Effective Teacher Education And That Teacher Education Policy has: failed to support the formation of professional partnerships in initial teacher education; has almost ignored the induction of newly qualified teachers; and has narrowed in-service education into support for the implementation of central policy.; The evidence gathered in this book is used to argue for new forms of teacher education in every phase, built upon the foundation of professional partnership between schools and institutions of higher education. It is suggested that the funding for such changes could be drawn from less effective forms of school improvement, such as National Curriculum development and school inspection. With the implementation of such changes, it is argued, good quality teacher education programmes would prosper and foster a broad concensus about educational development that is often absent.


Handbook For Qualities Of Effective Teachers

Author by : James H. Stronge
Languange : en
Publisher by : ASCD
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Description : This companion to Qualities of Effective Teachers provides strategies for examining the practice of teaching, helping teachers improve their skills, and establishing an environment that supports good teaching.


Research Trends In Mathematics Teacher Education

Author by : Jane-Jane Lo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer
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Description : Research on the preparation and continued development of mathematics teachers is becoming an increasingly important subset of mathematics education research. Such research explores the attributes, knowledge, skills and beliefs of mathematics teachers as well as methods for assessing and developing these critical aspects of teachers and influences on teaching. Research Trends in Mathematics Teacher Education focuses on three major themes in current mathematics teacher education research: mathematical knowledge for teaching, teacher beliefs and identities, and tools and techniques to support teacher learning. Through careful reports of individual research studies and cross-study syntheses of the state of research in these areas, the book provides insights into teachers’ learning processes and how these processes can be harnessed to develop effective teachers. Chapters investigate bedrock skills needed for working with primary and secondary learners (writing relevant problems, planning lessons, being attentive to student learning) and illustrate how knowledge can be accessed, assessed, and nurtured over the course of a teaching career. Commentaries provide context for current research while identifying areas deserving future study. Included among the topics: Teachers’ curricular knowledge Teachers’ personal and classroom mathematics Teachers’ learning journeys toward reasoning and sense-making Teachers’ transitions in noticing Teachers’ uses of a learning trajectory as a tool for mathematics lesson planning A unique and timely set of perspectives on the professional development of mathematics teachers at all stages of their careers, Research Trends in Mathematics Teacher Education brings clarity and practical advice to researchers as well as practitioners in this increasingly critical arena.


Effective Teacher Leadership

Author by : Melinda M. Mangin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Featuring a diverse and distinguished group of scholars, this volume provides a much-needed, research-based analysis of nonsupervisory, school-based, instructional leadership. Frequently referred to as teacher leaders, specialists, or coaches, these new positions have the potential to provide teachers with the skills and knowledge necessary for continued instructional improvement and, ultimately, enhanced student learning. This authoritative collection presents both qualitative and quantitative evidence on the enactment, design, conditions, constraints, and successes of this type of instructional leadership. This book offers important lessons for the improvement of policy and practice.


Case Studies Of Teacher Development

Author by : Barbara B. Levin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book represents the results of a 15-year longitudinal study based on in-depth case studies of the development of four teachers' pedagogical thinking. These studies illustrate how teachers' thinking--about children's behavior, development, learning, and teaching--develops over time, based on their personal and professional life experiences. It is an especially significant book because understanding how pedagogical thought develops over time and how these ideas are put into action in classrooms can be used to improve teacher education, teacher induction, and teacher retention programs. Case Studies of Teacher Development: An In-Depth Look At How Thinking About Pedagogy Develops Over Time: *provides insight into reasons why some teachers remain and others leave the teaching profession; *combines narrative with scholarship; *highlights the voices of four educators through extensive quotes from their interviewers, includes vignettes of their classroom teaching, and incorporates their own writing; *contributes to the field of teacher education and teacher development because of the long duration of the four case studies (1985-2000) and the accompanying scholarly analysis of internal and external influences on their lives as teachers; and *addresses changes in the nature of qualitative research as it influenced this longitudinal study over time. At a time when teacher induction and teacher retention are critically important, this book will help teacher educators, school and district leaders, and policymakers understand better how to retain novice and experienced teachers by supporting their professional growth and development.


63 Tactics For Teaching Diverse Learners K 6

Author by : Robert Algozzine
Languange : en
Publisher by : Corwin Press
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Description : With a practical, research-based model, this resource offers proven instructional methods that can be used across content areas and grade levels for students with or without disabilities.


Practical Knowledge In Teacher Education

Author by : Javier Calvo de Mora
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : In Practical Knowledge in Teacher Education, expert contributors from across Asia and Europe explore and reflect upon the innovation and creativity in teacher education programs. Specific focus is given to the internships that provide students an opportunity for intensive, hands-on experience in schools. Different approaches to internship provide comprehensive information on a diversity of ways of organising and managing internship programmes within teacher education courses, and equip future teachers with real-world knowledge within a global context. This book focuses on approaches to internship in teacher education programmes in Europe and Asia. It explores the idea that a consideration of the rich variation in approaches and experience across Eurasia will foreground critical aspects of successful internship. Each chapter provides a different focus from Asian and European perspectives on aspects of the teacher education practicum or internship, and what can be learned from school placement. This book is an invaluable resource for all those involved in teacher education, educational policy and anyone who has a stake in ensuring effective teacher education for the 21st century. It offers a far reaching overview of the teacher internship phase across a number of countries, and contributes to identifying distinctive features of teacher education in European and Asian universities.


Nlp For Teachers

Author by : Richard Churches
Languange : en
Publisher by : Crown House Pub Limited
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Description : Describes how to use the practical applications of NLP to become a more effective teacher.