Teaching in American Schools

Teaching in American Schools

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The chapters integrate both theoretical and applied research addressing effective teaching with an emphasis on understanding and improving both teaching and learning in schools. The focus of this book is on classroom instruction, teacher effectiveness, and school effectiveness and the impact they have on educating students in schools today. For educators in today's schools, as well as graduate level research on instruction and effective practices.As a result of these disturbing findings, the Carnegie Task Force on Education of Young Adolescents proposed significant ... For example, in seventh grade only 10 percent of students have teachers who are on interdisciplinary teams that plan ... of instructional activities that require students to interact with one another during learning (Mac Iver aamp; Epstein, 1993). ... Students infrequently engage in solving problems, discussing answers, or debating alternatives (DiCintio aamp; Stevens, 1997;anbsp;...


Title:Teaching in American Schools
Author: Robert J. Stevens
Publisher:Prentice Hall - 1999
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