Bridging Theory And Practice In Teacher Education

Author: Mordechai Gordon
Editor: Sense Publications
ISBN: 9789087900410
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This book addresses both the concerns of teacher candidates and their misconceptions about the relation of theory and practice in education. The contributors to this volume share the belief that theories provide teachers with a frame of reference and a language with which to name and critically analyze many of the problems they face daily. The significance of theory is in its ability to define the problems that teachers face, clarify their confusions, and suggest possible solutions to these problems. Once educational theories are viewed as guides to thought and instruments of interpretation rather than as established facts, it becomes clear that they cannot simply be plugged into a particular classroom. Instead, a theory must be applied in more nuanced and contextual ways, taking into account the social-historical context in which it was created as well as the various particulars of each classroom situation. Experienced educators and scholars in the field have been recruited to write essays that speak to the relevance of different theories in philosophy, psychology, sociology, English, history, science, art, technology, and multiculturalism for the practice of teaching. This book would appeal to teacher educators, teacher candidates, and teachers in general.

The Theory Practice Of Teaching

Author: Peter Jarvis
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780749434090
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Designed to help readers understand the techniques, theories and methods of teaching. This book examines theoretical issues underlying teaching such as the changing environment and ethics; explores teaching methods, including didactic, socratic and experimental and mentoring and considers the issues of assessment of learning.

Developing The Global Teacher

Author: Miriam Steiner
Editor: Trentham Books
ISBN: 9781858560328
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The outcome of a collaboration between teacher educators and development agencies, this book draws on a wide range of experience and perspectives from individuals and organizations working for justice in national and international contexts.

Linking Practice And Theory

Author: Fred A.J. Korthagen
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113565249X
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Although the idea of the reflective practitioner is embraced by many, there is still a need to understand how teachers' practical experience and the theoretical insights of researchers can be linked in teacher education. This book offers a framework for addressing this problem. It brings together 15 years of experience in teacher education and research, based on Korthagen's concept of "realistic teacher education" which is well known in Europe and gaining interest in North America. Set up as a journey back and forth between practice and theory, this book is not only about linking them but models how it can be done, providing both practical solutions and research-based theoretical foundations. Linking Practice and Theory: The Pedagogy of Realistic Teacher Education: * serves as a guidebook for teacher educators, with many practical ideas and guidelines; * prepares the reader for a fundamental shift in thinking about teacher education; and * uses an international perspective in analyzing real, practical experience in teacher education, in the Netherlands and in other countries.

Teacher Motivation

Author: Paul W. Richardson
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136314075
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Teacher Motivation: Theory and Practice provides a much needed introduction to the current status and future directions of theory and research on teacher motivation. Although there is a robust literature covering the theory and research on student motivation, until recently there has been comparatively little attention paid to teachers. This volume draws together a decade of work from psychological theorists and researchers interested in what motivates people to choose teaching as a career, what motivates them as they work with students in classrooms, the impact of intrinsic and extrinsic forces on career experiences, and how their motivational profiles vary at different stages of their career. With chapters from leading experts on the topic, this volume provides a critical resource not only for educational psychologists, but also for those working in related fields such as educational leadership, teacher development, policy makers and school psychology.

Student Behaviour

Author: Louise Porter
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781865082219
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A comprehensive guide to managing 'students' behaviour in primary and secondary schools.

Action And Reflection In Teacher Education

Author: Gareth Rees Harvard
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781567500585
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Throughout the world, teacher education is once more in the spotlight. This book focuses on recent trends and experiences in England and Wales, where external pressures have caused tension between the technician model of teacher education, in which teachers learn primarily on the job alongside colleagues, and traditional forms of teacher education based in higher education institutions. This tension superficially replicates an old dichotomy between practice and theory. The contributors to this volume reflect on ideas and attempts to integrate theory and practice. Key questions and themes recur: the balance and relationship between work done in school on the job and work away from the workplace, such as in universities; teacher education as a partnership activity; and the need to critically examine the institutional, cultural, and historical context in which they work.

Theory To Practice In Teacher Education

Author: Christine Grima-Farrell
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 981329910X
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This book offers a theoretically and empirically robust account of what is known about the effective approaches that translate theory to practice in teacher education, presenting evidence from case studies from a diverse range of contexts informed by various methodological foundations. It also provides accounts that support teacher educators involved in both school and university based teacher education. The book offers insights into the translation of theory to practice from the long history of teacher education, the benefit of diverse approaches in terms of the effectiveness of initial teacher education, and the impact of professional standards.

Making Sense Of Education

Author: David Carr
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134478135
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Making Sense of Education provides a contemporary introduction to the key issues in educational philosophy and theory. Exploring major past and present conceptions of education, teaching and learning, this book makes philosophy of education relevant to the professional practice of teachers and student teachers, as well of interest to those studying education as an academic subject. The book is divided into three parts: education, teaching and professional practice: issues concerning education, the role of the teacher, the relationship of educational theory to practice and the wider moral dimensions of pedagogy learning, knowledge and curriculum: issues concerning behaviourist and cognitive theories of learning, knowledge and meaning, curriculum aims and content and evaluation and assessment schooling, society and culture: issues of the wider social and political context of education concerning liberalism and communitarianism, justice and equality, differentiation, authority and discipline. This timely and up-to-date introduction assists all those studying and/or working in education to appreciate the main philosophical sources of and influences on present day thinking about education, teaching and learning

Reflective Theory And Practice In Teacher Education

Author: Robyn Brandenburg
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811034311
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This book offers a detailed examination of reflective practice in teacher education. In the current educational context, where reflective practice has been mandated in professional standards for teachers in many countries, it analyses research-based evidence for the power of reflective practice to shape better educational outcomes. The book presents multiple theoretical and practical views of this often taken-for-granted practice, so that readers are challenged to consider how factors such as gender and race shape understandings of reflective practice. Documenting approaches that enhance learning, the contributions discuss reflective practice across the globe, with a focus on pre-service, in-service and university teachers. At a time when there is pressure to measure teachers’ work through standardised tests, the book highlights the professional thinking that is integral to teaching and demonstrates ways it can be encouraged in beginning teachers. Aimed at the international community of teacher educators in schools and universities, it also includes a critical examination of methodological issues in analysing and evaluating reflective practice and showcases the kind of reflective practice that empowers teachers and pre-service teachers to make a difference to students.

Effective Instructional Strategies

Author: Kenneth D. Moore
Editor: SAGE Publications
ISBN: 148336593X
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A concise and easy-to-read K-12 methods text that covers practical information all teachers need to be effective Kenneth Moore’s Fourth Edition of Effective Instructional Strategies: From Theory to Practice provides thorough coverage of the strategies and essential skills that every teacher needs to know. This text applies the latest research findings and useful classroom practices to the instructional process by presenting a Theory to Practice approach to instruction, emphasizing the intelligent use of teaching theory and research to improve classroom instruction. Logically and precisely providing information about how to be an effective classroom teacher, this text has been carefully designed to maximize instructional flexibility and to model established principles of instruction. It was further designed to expand the pedagogical teaching knowledge of teachers and their instructional repertoires.

Primary English Teaching Theory And Practice

Author: Jane Medwell
Editor: Learning Matters
ISBN: 1526413493
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This is the essential teaching theory and practice text for primary English that takes a focused look at the practical aspects of teaching.

Theory And Practice In Efl Teacher Education

Author: Julia Isabel Hüttner
Editor: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1847695248
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This volume brings together articles written by experts in the thriving field of language teacher education from a variety of geographical and institutional contexts, with a particular focus on EFL.

Handbook Of African Educational Theories And Practices A Generative Teacher Education Curriculum

Author: A. Bame Nsamenang
Editor: HDRC
ISBN: 9956444642
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Effective Teaching In Schools

Author: Chris Kyriacou
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN:
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Effective Teaching in Schools is the ideal introduction to what defines good teaching in the UK. Recognizing the shift of teacher-training towards more classroom practice, the book combines depth and authoritative coverage in its treatment of the teaching experience. Strongly practical, the book helps to develop the essential skills of reflective practice. It is the ideal bridge between the theory students need to put their experience in context and the practice which allows them to build on theoretical work where it matters in the classroom. This third edition covers new UK developments such as: personalized learning â?¢ new developments in information and communication technology â?¢ interactive teaching â?¢ inclusion â?¢ assessment for learning â?¢ the UK's Every Child Matters â?¢ evidence-based classroom practice. The book also contains updated terminology and references, plus suggestions for further research.

Educational Administration Theory And Practice

Author: Edgar Leroy Morphet
Editor: Rex Bookstore, Inc.
ISBN: 9789712304392
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The Theory Practice Of Learning

Author: Peter Jarvis
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780749439316
File Size: 67,19 MB
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'The Theory and Practice of Learning' explores the basic theories of learning, how they have developed, and how they can be put into practice.

Culturally Responsive Teaching

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Editor: Teachers College Press
ISBN: 9780807739556
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In this wonderful new volume, Geneva Gay makes a convincing case for using culturally responsive teaching to improve the school performance of underachieving students of color. Key components of culturally responsive teaching discussed include teacher caring, teacher attitudes and expectations, formal and informal multicultural curriculum, culturally informed classroom discourse, and cultural congruity in teaching and learning strategies. This is an excellent resource for anyone who cares about improving and recognizing the factors that shape culturally responsive teaching and learning.

The Theory Practice Discourse In Initial Teacher Education

Author: Proscovia Ssentamu Namubiru
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English Language Teaching Today

Author: Willy A. Renandya
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319388347
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English Language Teaching Today: Linking Theory and Practice provides an up-to-date account of current principles and practices for teaching English in the world today. The chapters, written by internationally recognized language teacher educators and TESOL specialists, introduce the reader to key language skill areas (i.e., listening, speaking, reading, writing, pronunciation, grammar and vocabulary) and explain how each skill area can be taught in a principled manner in diverse language learning contexts. Throughout the book, the link between theory and practice is explicitly highlighted and exemplified. This reader-friendly book is suitable for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in TESOL and other second language education programmes as well as for TESOL professionals who wish to stay current with recent developments in ELT.