Invisible Teaching

Author: Dave Keeling
Editor: Crown House Publishing
ISBN: 1845907442
Size: 15,19 MB
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A book of new fast, fun activities that require little or no set-up to boost the energy, openness and focus of students (and teachers) that promote a positive and focused classroom atmosphere. This practical book of 101 tried and tested activities will boost performance levels in the classroom by tapping into the secrets of invisible teaching. Easy to follow and deliver, the activities personalise learning, encourage creativity, inspire students, develop emotional intelligence and better communication, build rapport and support effective classroom management and ignite a passion for learning.

The Invisible Teacher

Author: Marsha Carr
Size: 19,84 MB
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When You See The Invisible You Can Do The Impossible

Author: Oral Roberts
Editor: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768491711
Size: 10,21 MB
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Everything done by Dr. Roberts has the personal touch of his great love and care for God's people. Now, in the sunset of a life that has touched millions around the world, he passionately reveals the truths that have altered his life and awakened the church. From the presence of the invisible God, he brings to you the hidden keys that will unlock God's power as it releases His compassion.

Biomedical Visualisation

Author: Paul M. Rea
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030376397
Size: 18,56 MB
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Teaching As Invisible Work

Author: Jennifer M. Lewis
Size: 19,72 MB
Format: PDF
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For the instructor, drawing back the curtain on teaching work entails narration that links thought and action, a deliberate use of the self, and the ability to anchor professional study within the world of practice. This study suggests that further research is needed to identify categories of invisibility in teaching, and that the contours of these categories will provide direction for teacher education.

The Invisible University Postdoctoral Education In The United States

Editor: National Academies
Size: 13,18 MB
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International Handbook Of Philosophy Of Education

Author: Paul Smeyers
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319727613
Size: 13,53 MB
Format: PDF
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This handbook presents a comprehensive introduction to the core areas of philosophy of education combined with an up-to-date selection of the central themes. It includes 95 newly commissioned articles that focus on and advance key arguments; each essay incorporates essential background material serving to clarify the history and logic of the relevant topic, examining the status quo of the discipline with respect to the topic, and discussing the possible futures of the field. The book provides a state-of-the-art overview of philosophy of education, covering a range of topics: Voices from the present and the past deals with 36 major figures that philosophers of education rely on; Schools of thought addresses 14 stances including Eastern, Indigenous, and African philosophies of education as well as religiously inspired philosophies of education such as Jewish and Islamic; Revisiting enduring educational debates scrutinizes 25 issues heavily debated in the past and the present, for example care and justice, democracy, and the curriculum; New areas and developments addresses 17 emerging issues that have garnered considerable attention like neuroscience, videogames, and radicalization. The collection is relevant for lecturers teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in philosophy of education as well as for colleagues in teacher training. Moreover, it helps junior researchers in philosophy of education to situate the problems they are addressing within the wider field of philosophy of education and offers a valuable update for experienced scholars dealing with issues in the sub-discipline. Combined with different conceptions of the purpose of philosophy, it discusses various aspects, using diverse perspectives to do so. Contributing Editors: Section 1: Voices from the Present and the Past: Nuraan Davids Section 2: Schools of Thought: Christiane Thompson and Joris Vlieghe Section 3: Revisiting Enduring Debates: Ann Chinnery, Naomi Hodgson, and Viktor Johansson Section 4: New Areas and Developments: Kai Horsthemke, Dirk Willem Postma, and Claudia Ruitenberg

Miss Giardino

Author: Dorothy Bryant
Editor: Feminist Press at CUNY
ISBN: 9781558611740
Size: 12,99 MB
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A unique psychological portrait of an urban working-class teacher, and the dynamics of teaching itself.

Seven Constructivist Methods For The Secondary Classroom

Author: Ina Claire Gabler
Editor: Allyn & Bacon
Size: 16,38 MB
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Designed especially for secondary teachers, this book grounds a constructivist approach in 7 discrete instructional methods. These student-centered methods, with accompanying planning templates, range from various types of discussions and interactive mini-lectures to independent student exploration. The book discusses in detail 13 techniques that carry out methods, from questioning and personalizing to heuristics and role-playing. Secondary school teachers and administrators.

Honored But Invisible

Author: David Gardner Chair of Higher Education W Norton Grubb
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135962383
Size: 10,99 MB
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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.