5 edition of Teaching what we do found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Amherst College faculty.|
|LC Classifications||LB2331 .T425 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 246 p. :|
|Number of Pages||246|
|LC Control Number||93179684|
The second gap, and the one that is the primary focus of the book, is the global gap between even what our best schools are teaching and testing and what all students need to succeed as workers, learners and citizens in today’s global knowledge economy. Wagner posits seven “survival skills” that he says are by: While we must safeguard the teaching of classic literature or risk depriving our young people of the wealth of knowledge, enjoyment and sense of heritage and history to be gained from our classics Author: Sally Law.
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This book, by members of the Amherst College faculty, helps to repair that oversight. Amherst, in defining itself, places a large emphasis, as it should, on the life of the classroom. No faculty member, no matter how senior, is "excused" from teaching; no cadre of graduate students shoulders the load of introductory : Hardcover.
Teaching What You Don't Know will find a good audience as a rescue manual for the young, as it assuages the anxieties facing the postgraduate or the postdoctoral teacher.
The book, which clearly draws on a wide range of teaching experience on the U.S. scene, offers good advice and outlines some useful by: 41 Invaluable Lessons Books Taught Us About Life "Books will always be there for you." Love lives on even after people we care for are gone and it compels us to do.
This book is a short read, and can be used in a personal reading setting, or even as a group reading book with discussion. The subject alone provides opportunities for much needed discussion to take place, and this book is an excellent text to accompany if not start such discussions.4/5(69).
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Looking at Classroom Teaching and Learning. Student learning, the bull's-eye, is the focus of all that we do in classrooms and schools—the standards we set, the expectations we have, and the common mastery we expect of students in each classroom of the school.
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