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Teaching in the Elementary School: A Reflective Action Approach, 6th edition

  • Adrienne L. Herrell
  • Michael L. Jordan
  • Judy W. Eby

Published by Pearson (December 18th 2019) - Copyright © 2013

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Table of contents

Chapter One


 

Reflective Action in Teaching   
Questions for reflection as you read the chapter
A View into the Classroom
Reflecting on the Classroom Experience
THE REFLECTIVE ACTION MODEL
Definitions of Reflective Thinking and Action   
The Reflective Practitioner
How to Develop as a Reflective Practitioner
REFELCTIVE ACTION BUILDS ON WITHITNESS   
Defining Withitness   
Reflective Action as It Relates to Withitness
 How to Improve Your Withitness
 A GRAPHIC MODEL OF REFLECTIVE ACTION IN TEACHING
 The Spiral Curriculum
 The Art of Teaching
 The Planning Process
STANDARDS THAT APPLY TO REFLECTIVE ACTION IN TEACHING
National Teaching Standards
REFLECTING ON YOUR ETHICS, BELIEFS, AND PRINCIPLES  
 Professional Organizations and Ethical Standards
Ethical Caring
INVOLVING THE LARGER EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY
GROUP FOCUS ACTIVITY
PREPARING FOR YOU LICENSURE EXAM  
PORTFOLIO OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES ACTIVITY   
References


 

Chapter Two


 

Creating a Safe, Healthy, and Happy Classroom   
Questions for reflection as you read the chapter
A View into the Classroom
Reflecting on the Classroom Experience
Withitness, Observing Students to Learn from Them
PRACTICAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
Connectedness   
Strategies to Meet Students’ Needs   
Building a Cooperative Climate
PLANNING FOR THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
Teaching Style
Classroom Management Strategies
Leadership Style
Monitoring Behavior
Teacher Body Language 
Proximity Control
Establishing Rules and Consequences 
How to Conduct a Rule-Setting Activity with your Class 
Using Positive Consequences and Rewards
Classroom Meetings   
How to Conduct a Class Meeting
ISSUES IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
 Economic and Social Differences May Cause Varied Expectations of Students
A System of Moral Discipline

Cheating by Students and Teachers

CONFRONTING SCHOOL BULLIES

 Effective Anti-Bullying Programs

 Teaching Students How to Resolve Conflicts
  Reflective Action Case Study: Teaching Language Arts Standards in Conjunction With a Conflict Resolution Unit

SCHEDULING TIME FOR ACTIVE LEARNING

 Daily and Weekly Schedules    
 Planning Time   

INVOLVING THE LARGER EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY
GROUP FOCUS ACTIVITY
PREPARING FOR YOU LICENSURE EXAM  
PORTFOLIO OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES ACTIVITY   
References  
 

Chapter Three


 

Lesson Planning and Sequencing   
Questions for reflection as you read the chapter
A View into the Classroom
 Reflecting on the Classroom Experience
LESSON PLANNING
 Leaders in Lesson Planning
 Clarifying Educational Goals and Outcomes   
 Writing Useful and Appropriate Outcome Statements   
 Formats for Standards
WRITING OBJECTIVES TO FIT GOALS AND OUTCOME STATEMENTS   
Educational Objectives   
How to Write Behavioral Objectives
Levels of Objectives

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