Powerful Pedagogy

Download Powerful Pedagogy ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to Powerful Pedagogy book pdf for free now.

Powerful Pedagogy

Author : Ruth Powley
ISBN : 9781351850650
Genre : Education
File Size : 55.4 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 915
Read : 152

How can we teach better quicker? In Powerful Pedagogy, Ruth Powley, Love Learning Ideas blogger and experienced teacher and school leader, debunks teaching and learning myths and shows how the more we know about pedagogy, the more able we are to make informed and efficient choices about our practice, saving ourselves valuable time. Focusing on building sequences of learning rather than one-off lessons, it is an antidote to ‘quick fix’ books, empowering teachers as professionals in possession of ‘powerful’ pedagogical knowledge that can be used to improve teaching in a sustainable way. Powerful Pedagogy draws extensively from a wide range of educational writers and research, offering an accessible synthesis of what really works in the classroom. Together with strategies to put theories and research into practice, each chapter contains a handy list of questions for the reflective practitioner. It explores reasons for the confusion over what constitutes effective pedagogy in recent years and presents practical research-based solutions, outlining successful and efficient: Modelling of excellence Explaining for understanding Practising to fluency Questioning as assessment Testing to permanency Marking for improvement Effective planning of lessons and curriculum sequences. Powerful Pedagogy allows teachers to understand how to make the best choices about what works in the classroom, improving the quality of teaching. It is an essential companion for trainee and experienced teachers in all sectors, and for school leaders and educational trainers.
Category: Education

Powerful Pedagogy

Author : Robyn T. Brandenburg
ISBN : 1402081960
Genre : Education
File Size : 45.87 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 429
Read : 1178

Powerful Pedagogy: Self-Study of a Teacher Educator’s Practice is the outcome of the author’s systematically questioning her assumptions about teaching and, in various ways, gives voice to the many individuals who have had an impact on the development of the author’s pedagogy as a mathematics teacher educator. Using self-study as both a lens and a methodology to research her practice over the past three years, the author examines the impact of reflection and reflective practice in pre-service teacher education; voice, silence and that which remains “unsaid”; the ways in which teacher identities emerge and develop, and the role of authority and power in learning about teaching.
Category: Education

The Vulnerable Heart Of Literacy

Author : Elizabeth Dutro
ISBN : 9780807763124
Genre : Education
File Size : 48.77 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 546
Read : 1331

What is trauma and what does it mean for the literacy curriculum? In this book, elementary teachers will learn how to approach difficult experiences through the everyday instruction and interactions in their classrooms. Readers will look inside classrooms and literacies across genres to see what can unfold when teachers are committed to compassionate, critical, and relational practice. Weaving her own challenging experiences into chapters brimming with children’s writing and voices, Dutro emphasizes that issues of power and privilege matter centrally to how attention to trauma positions children. The book includes questions and prompts for discussion, reflection, and practice and describes pedagogies and strategies designed to provide opportunities for children to bring the varied experiences of life, including trauma, to their school literacies, especially their writing, in positive, meaningful, and supported ways. Book Features: Offers a reconceptualization of trauma as a source of connection, reciprocity, knowledge, and literacy engagement. Identifies three key tenets that teachers can follow to ensure that children’s experiences and perspectives are honored. Shares classroom stories and literacy lessons, including many examples of children’s writing. Includes sum-up reflections and discussion prompts. Provides up-to-date lists of resources.
Category: Education

Powerful Pedagogy

Author : Robyn T. Brandenburg
ISBN : 9048116651
Genre : Education
File Size : 24.5 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 248
Read : 275

Powerful Pedagogy: Self-Study of a Teacher Educator’s Practice is the outcome of the author’s systematically questioning her assumptions about teaching and, in various ways, gives voice to the many individuals who have had an impact on the development of the author’s pedagogy as a mathematics teacher educator. Using self-study as both a lens and a methodology to research her practice over the past three years, the author examines the impact of reflection and reflective practice in pre-service teacher education; voice, silence and that which remains “unsaid”; the ways in which teacher identities emerge and develop, and the role of authority and power in learning about teaching.
Category: Education

African Centered Pedagogy

Author : Peter C. Murrell
ISBN : UOM:49015002799485
Genre : Education
File Size : 43.37 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 504
Read : 844

Integrates the historical, cultural, political, and developmental considerations of the African American experience into a theory for the educational achievement of African American children.
Category: Education


Author : Derek L. Burleson
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033244737
Genre : Education
File Size : 29.8 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 853
Read : 459

Category: Education

Cultural Proficiency

Author : Randall B. Lindsey
ISBN : UOM:39015042987464
Genre : Education
File Size : 88.68 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 351
Read : 973

Addressing cultural diversity in schools through the application of cultural proficiency theory to educational settings, this book will be an excellent resource for principals, staff administrators and developers.
Category: Education

Hbcu S Models For Success

Author : Dara N. Byrne
ISBN : IND:30000111288746
Genre : African Americans
File Size : 59.16 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 420
Read : 436

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund is pleased to continue its commitment to research and scholarship through the publication of this outstanding "blueprint for success." HBCUs Models for Success provides a comprehensive, scholarly, in-depth examination of the complex subject of black males in higher education through the unique and invaluable perspective of the nation's public HBCUs. The book, which is comprised of chapters written by noted academics, civic leaders and educational professionals offers an analysis and perspective on the interrelated issues of expectations, enrollment, academic achievement, graduation rates, and career and leadership development of African American men and boys in higher education. - Publisher.
Category: African Americans

Teaching To Transform Urban Schools And Communities

Author : Etta R. Hollins
ISBN : 9781351863247
Genre : Education
File Size : 74.66 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 116
Read : 1027

For preservice candidates and novice teachers facing the challenges of feeling underprepared to teach in urban schools, this book offers a framework for conceptualizing, planning, and engaging in powerful teaching. Veteran teacher educator Etta Ruth Hollins builds on previous work to focus on transformative practices that emphasize the purpose and process of teaching. These practices are designed to improve academic performance, transform the social context in low-performing urban schools, and improve the quality of life in the local community. The learning experiences provided in this book guide readers through a sequence of experiences for learning about the local community that include an examination of history and demographics, community resources, local city and federal governance structures, and collaborating with other professionals. Focus Questions and a dedicated Application to Practice section in each chapter further guide learning and help make real-world connections. Designed to enable readers to bridge the gaps between theory and practice and the actual needs of urban students and their communities, this groundbreaking text helps prepare preservice candidates to make a successful transition and aids novice teachers in developing teaching practices that support academic excellence.
Category: Education

Elementary Mathematics Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Author : James E. Schwartz
ISBN : UVA:X030261052
Genre : Education
File Size : 66.92 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 490
Read : 857

Schwartz Powerful Ideas in Elementary Mathematics: Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Teachers, 1/e ISBN: 0205493750 "This book would be a great tool for helping [today's future elementary teachers] acquire a 'gut level' understanding of mathematics concepts." - Hester Lewellen, Baldwin-Wallace College, OH "The writing in this text is very clear and would easily be understood by the intended audience. The real-world examples put the various math concepts into a context that is easily understood. The vignettes at the beginning of each chapter are interesting and they get the reader to begin thinking about the math concepts that will follow. Each of the chapters seem to build on one another and the author often refers back to activities and concepts from previous chapters which is meaningful to the reader because it lets the reader know that the information they are learning builds their conceptual understanding of other mathematical concepts. " - Melany L. Rish, University of South Carolina, Aiken Organized around five key concepts or "powerful ideas" in mathematics, this text presents elementary mathematics content in a concise and nonthreatening manner for teachers. Designed to sharpen teachers' mathematics pedagogical content knowledge, the friendly writing style and vignettes relate math concepts to "real life" situations so that they may better present the content to their students. The five "powerful ideas" (composition, decomposition, relationships, representation, and context) provide an organizing framework and highlight the interconnections between mathematics topics. In addition, the text thoroughly integrates discussion of the five NCTM process strands. Features: Icons highlighting the NCTM process standards appear throughout the book to indicate where the text relates to each of these. Practice exercises and activities and their explanations reinforce math concepts presented in the text and provide an opportunity for reflection and practice. Concise, conversational chapters and opening vignettes present math contents simply enough for even the most math-anxious pre-service teachers.
Category: Education

Pedagogy Technology And The Body

Author : Erica McWilliam
ISBN : UOM:39015054187888
Genre : Education
File Size : 84.14 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 500
Read : 585

This collection of essays is a genuinely interdisciplinary exploration of the changing relationship of pedagogy, technology, and human beings in contemporary educational and cultural settings. The authors draw upon the most recent theoretical developments in education, the arts, the human body, and technology to interrogate changing pedagogical practices both inside and beyond educational institutions. Their focus on new forms of cultural exchange constitutes a radical re-thinking of the nature of pedagogical events beyond the boundaries of the traditional educational disciplines.
Category: Education

Drama S Powerful Pedagogy

Author : Elizabeth E. Anderson
ISBN : OCLC:900619004
Genre : Drama
File Size : 61.22 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 272
Read : 971

The field for this thesis is the practice of drama education in the primary generalist classroom. The researcher's concern that drama's place in the classroom had declined since its introduction to New Zealand's national curriculum in 2002 prompted a search for characteristics marking effective practice of drama for that setting. From her background in teacher education, the researcher set out to conceptualise and describe the practice of drama education in a way that would assist student teachers or any teachers taking professional advancement courses to develop their practice in this powerful area of pedagogy for the primary classroom. The research project comprised two studies: the first seeking the views of expert drama education practitioners on what effective drama practice in the primary classroom would look like, and the second gathering a range of practising teachers' observations and views following the viewing of a filmed exemplar of an experienced practitioner's drama work. From the literature of the field, and the two studies, the researcher distilled the essence of effective practice in drama. First, data from the expert group together with the professional literature were explored to find the ways of knowing that characterised teaching in drama education. Data from the second study were aligned, compared and incorporated and, rather than compile a list of practices to be followed, principled guidelines were shaped that would support a base for practice that would be strong enough to sustain development towards expertise. A likely valuable direction emerging from the study has been the relevance to teacher education. An inference drawn from the study is that drama had considerable power to sustain both the practice competency and the sense of identity that a teacher needs, and that a teacher's body of knowledge in drama can contribute to and complement the body of knowledge about teaching being acquired during the initial teacher education experience. The research data have supported a reviewed look at the potential that drama's pedagogy holds for the practising and pre-service teachers, with the intention that drama education practice be revitalised in classrooms.
Category: Drama

Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting Of The Southern University Conference

Author : Southern University Conference
ISBN : UOM:39015066139034
Genre : Education, Higher
File Size : 60.54 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 295
Read : 723

The minutes of the Executive committee for 1942 were published in 1943 and are included in this set; the proceedings of a skeleton executive meeting in 1945 are included in the report for 1946.
Category: Education, Higher

Education Policy And Practice

Author : Suzanne Plaut
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113098078
Genre : Education
File Size : 43.34 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 430
Read : 744

There has long been a troubling divide between education policy and practice. Meaningful school reform efforts have suffered as a consequence. Policymakers often propose educational reforms that fail to take into account real schools, teachers, and students. Practitioners in turn often fail to see beyond their immediate challenges to the larger issues that preoccupy policymakers. Education Policy and Practice aims to promote more effective school reform by illuminating important connections between education policy and teaching and learning practice. The contributors to this collection focus on how to meet the needs of teachers and the students they serve, providing insights that will be of great value to the key players in the field of education. The book places special emphasis on teaching in urban settings and on improving teacher-student interactions in the classroom. The book addresses a number of pressing issues: how race, culture, power, and language affect actual classrooms and pedagogies; the social processes and school structures that can either hinder or support student learning; and the extent to which teachers have--or should have--control over their day-to-day instructional practices and decisions about their students. Harvard Educational Review Reprint Series No. 37: Contributors Include Lisa D. Delpit, Cynthia Ballenger, Cynthia L. Greenleaf, Ruth Schoenbach, Christine Cziko, Faye L. Mueller, Marilyn Cochran-Smith, Ray C. Rist, Sonia Nieto, Tamara Lucas, Rosemary C. Henze, Ruben Donato, Johanna Elena Hadden, Richard M. Ingersoll, and Richard F. Elmore. Edited by Suzanne Plaut and Nancy S. Sharkey
Category: Education

Facing Racism In Education

Author : Sonya L. Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015059302680
Genre : Education
File Size : 23.89 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 363
Read : 958

The third edition of Facing Racism in Education continues the work begun in the first and second editions: breaking the silence about the experiences of people of color in education. The new volume features equal measures of classic essays from the previous two editions and new essays written since 1996. Together they offer a complex and compelling view of race in today's education world.
Category: Education