Results-driven teaching: teach so well that every student learns

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Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2007 - Education - 229 pages
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Results-Driven Teaching explores the reality that individual teachers have different perspectives on teaching. Some teachers perceive teaching as distributing textbooks, handing out worksheets, and giving tests on Fridays. While others might vary the activities in classrooms, they still have a predictable pattern of what is done and accomplished some students learn and some do not. A results-driven teacher, however, leads every student to true learning. This standard is far above the written job description and requirements for a satisfactory performance evaluation, but the results-driven teacher's standard comes from ethics, conscience, and a personal dedication to results. Results-Driven Teaching is a lively, personal, and interactive exploration of the realistic demands and unlimited possibilities of teaching. This book will challenge readers and inspire teachers. Everyone benefits when teachers teach so well that every student learns.

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Contents

What Is Teaching?
1
What Is a Teacher?
43
What Is the Idea and the Ideal of a Teacher?
77
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About the author (2007)

Keen Babbage has 22 years of experience in education as a middle school and high school administrator, college instructor, and graduate school instructor. He has written six other books about education, all published by Rowman & Littlefield Education.

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