Observation Skills for Effective Teaching
This edition presents observation skills in conjunction with effective teaching practices. Presents observation skills according to eight areas related to positive outcomes in learners which include: learning climate, classroom management, lesson clarity, instructional variety, task orientation, student engagement, student success, and higher thought processes. Prepares pre-service teachers, student teachers, and first year teachers for classroom observation.
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A Beginning Thought
Why Teachers Are Often Unaware of Their Behavior
Problems Observing in Classrooms
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