This collection of original essays is designed for undergraduate and graduate courses in methods of teaching. While speaking to all the topics covered in traditional methods textbooks, the author also reflects on his own experiences as a student and teacher. He adopts a unique conversational and reflective style that integrates concerns for the well-being of teachers and their professional development, as well as for the role of students in the learning process. Engaging and informed, this book will be a resource for practicing teachers and those in training.My guess is that Sharon gave a good deal less attention to her values as a person and as a professional than she needed to. Why was that the case? There is the trivialization of teaching I spoke of in the essay aquot;Teaching as Work.aquot; Teachinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching in A Secondary School|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2012-10-12|