Looking in classrooms
This classic book provides a balanced, research-based overview of the most effective teaching methods and guides teachers to select appropriate methods by intelligent observation in their classrooms. Widely considered to be the most comprehensive and authoritative source available on effective teaching, Looking in Classrooms synthesizes the knowledge base on student motivation, classroom teaching, teacher expectations, and adapting instruction for individual learners. This book represents state-of-the-art research reviews in several areas including student motivation, classroom instruction and student learning, classroom management, and adapting instruction to the needs of individual students. K-12 educators, administrators, and superintendents.
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ability grouping achievement activities allow students answer appropriate assignments attempt attention attitudes avoid aware begin behave BEHAVIOR CATEGORIES chapter classmates classroom behavior classroom management coders Columbus criticism deal demonstration describe desirable behavior develop discussion disruptive effective especially evaluate example feedback feel Force mathematics give going grade homework important in-service inappropriate individual instruction interaction interest involved Johnny Bright label learners learning centers lesson listening look low-achieving students material ment misbehavior negative observed peer tutoring performance physical punishment positive practice praise present problems punishment pupils questions reading group reasons remedial remedial teaching response rules Sally seatwork self-concept self-fulfilling prophecy situations skills specific student behavior subconsciously communicated talk tape Tasadays teacher behavior teacher expectations teaching techniques tell tend things tions Twenty Questions usually verbal View-master