Instructional Patterns: Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning

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SAGE, 2006 - 389 sider
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Instructional Patterns: Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning uniquely examines instruction from the learners' point of view. In this text, authors Larry C. Holt and Marcella Kysilka comprehensively examine various instructional patterns including Teacher Centered, Teacher Student Interactive, Student Centered, and Thinking and Organizing the Content, to help readers plan research based instructional strategies that make the most of a student's learning experience. The book also looks at historical, psychological, and social factors that affect instructional decision making, as well as practical issues of instruction such as lesson planning, classroom management and assessment, and accountability.

 

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FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE ALL INSTRUCTION
1
Where Were Going
11
Thomas Jefferson
29
Privatization Vouchers Charter Schools and Homeschooling
35
Psychological Factors
43
SUMMARY
50
PRACTICAL ISSUES OF INSTRUCTION
53
SUMMARY
81
Carl Ransom Rogers
210
The Teacher as Classroom Facilitator
216
CLASSROOM SCENARIOS
222
SUMMARY
230
Abraham H Maslow
236
CLASSROOM SCENARIO
247
THINKING AND ORGANIZING THE CONTENT
253
Memorization
287

Lee Canter and Marlene Canter
100
Linda Albert
107
Classroom Assessment and Accountability
113
SUMMARY
131
TEACHERCENTERED PATTERNS
133
Assessment
145
Mastery Learning
151
TEACHERSTUDENT INTERACTIVE PATTERNS
167
CLASSROOM SCENARIO
181
SUMMARY
188
LEARNING TENETS THAT SUPPORT ROLE PLAY
202
STUDENTCENTERED PATTERNS
205
CLASSROOM SCENARIO
299
LEARNING TENETS THAT SUPPORT MEMORIZATION
305
Jerome S Bruner
312
Assessment
319
Inquiry
325
CLASSROOM SCENARIO
338
SUMMARY
345
References
359
Index
371
About the Authors
389
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Marcella L. Kysilka is Professor Emerita in the College of Education at the University of Central Florida.

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