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Effective Teaching Methods: Research-Based Practice, 9th Edition
Authors: by Gary D. Borich (Author)
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Prepare to meet the challenges of today’s diverse classrooms–and discover the opportunities for professional growth and advancement they provide–with this widely popular, market-leading text. In an accessible, conversational style, this book shows new and future teachers how to apply success-proven, research-based teaching practices that are up to date, practical and realistic for use in today’s diverse classrooms. The material and teaching practices presented are supplemented with examples from classroom videos, written classroom dialogues, and case studies, many taken from years of research and observation of effective teaching practices in actual classrooms. Readers see clearly how to engage students in the learning process, manage the classroom effectively, and increase student achievement. The new edition of Borich’s Effective Teaching Methods helps prepare teachers for the challenges of today’s diverse classrooms through coverage of such topics as Common Core curriculum standards, differentiated instruction, new educational technologies, special populations in the general education classroom, cognitive and academic language proficiency, and new legislative initiatives such as Race to the Top and Response to Intervention.
1 The Effective Teacher 1
2 Understanding Your Students 34
3 Classroom Management I: Establishing the Learning Climate 67
4 Classroom Management II: Promoting Student Engagement 100
5 Goals, Standards, and Objectives 127
6 Unit and Lesson Planning 157
7 Technology Integration in Instruction 198
8 Questioning Strategies 221
9 Teaching Strategies for Direct Instruction 250
10 Teaching Strategies for Indirect Instruction 282
11 Self-Directed and Constructivist Learning 318
12 Cooperative Learning and the Collaborative Process 350
13 Assessing Learners 374