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50 Strategies for Active Teaching: Engaging K-12 Learners in the Classroom, 1st edition

  • Andrea M. Guillaume
  • Ruth Yopp Edwards

Published by Pearson (July 11th 2006) - Copyright © 2007

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50 Strategies for Active Teaching: Engaging K-12 Learners in the Classroom

ISBN-13: 9780132192729

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Overview

50 Strategies for Active Teaching: Engaging K-12 Learners in the Classroom is a practical book that gives strategies designed to help the classroom teacher, engage students actively in their own learning.  KEY TOPICS: This book presents powerful principles of active teaching, helps select active teaching strategies and implement them across the curriculum, and provides advice on tailoring teaching to particular learners. Strategies include activating prior knowledge, encouraging student interaction, and generating and testing hypotheses.  General K-12 teachers.

Table of contents

Part One: A Foundation for Active Teaching and Learning

 

Chapter One: Setting the Context for Active Teaching Strategies

 

Chapter Two: Choosing and Using Active Teaching Strategies

 

 

Part Two: Strategies for Active Teaching and Learning

 

Chapter Three: Strategies for Activating Prior Knowledge and Building a Purpose for Learning

 

Chapter Four: Strategies for Encouraging Student Interaction

 

Chapter Five: Strategies for Generating and Testing Hypotheses

 

Chapter Six: Strategies for Organizing Information and Making Connections

 

Chapter Seven: Strategies for Facilitating Rehearsal and Consolidation Content

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