Book Description The sixth edition of Effective Teaching Methods: Research-Based Practice is a practical yet theoretically substantive book that aims to provide teachers with research-based, effective teaching practices. To help prepare new teachers, the book includes significant discussion of standardized tests, and exercises for Praxis test preparation. New to this edition are field experience activities, portfolio-building activities, and classroom observation activities. This book covers the qualities of the effective teacher, understanding students, goals and objectives, unit- and lesson-planning, classroom management, direct instruction strategies, indirect instruction strategies, self-directed learning, cooperative learning, and assessing learners. General K-12 teachers.
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Book Description Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110132388596