A Handbook for Beginning Teachers

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Longman, Jan 1, 1999 - Education - 300 pages
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This handbook for beginning teachers offers a well-balanced approach to student teaching methods, bridging both the idealism of teaching and the realism of American schools today. The book offers strong historical perspectives while introducing current coverage, such as the use of technology and the Internet in the classroom. Offers an honest assessment of the dynamics of contemporary teaching with one foot planted in the theoretical and conceptual realm and another firmly planted in the practical, day-to-day teaching.

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Contents

Having a Realistic View of Teaching
1
Learning to Work Creatively Within the System
27
Designing Appropriate Learning Objectives
49
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