Middle School Case Studies: Challenges, Perceptions, and Practices

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Merrill, 1997 - Education - 124 pages
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With its pure focus on the unique challenges and rewards of teaching middle school, this provocative new casebook provides a window into the day-to-day life of middle school teachers and the middle school students they teach. The book presents brief, realistic case studies covering a wide range of topics to create an opportunity for readers to examine the full spectrum of middle school issues, including interdisciplinary teaming, advisory programs, the nature of the preadolescent learner, instructional methods, grouping, parental involvement, leadership, and others.

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Students i
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Teachers and Teams
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The Case of the Conflicting Team Philosophies
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