Everything future teachers of young adolescents need to know is hereacovered thoroughly, and presented in a down-to-earth manner that emphasizes the practical as well as the theoretical.. These authors encourage future teachers to take an eclectic approach to teaching, one that actively engages the adolescent in his or her own learning and gives every student an equal chance to participate, learn, grow, and succeed. A wealth of examples and exercises model the book's tenets; while the authors' keen understanding of their subject keeps content to-the-point. Coverage includes the characteristics of young adolescents, planning for their instruction, implementing instruction, and assessing their learning. For professionals in the field of teaching.A Guide to Methods and Resources Richard D. Kellough, Noreen G. Kellough ... Cross-age coaching is a strategy whereby one student coaches another from a different, and sometimes lower, grade level. ... students for instruction (as well as of individualizing the instruction and learning alone and integrating the learning) is by using the learning ... for example, C. Kaplan, aquot;Homework Partners, aquot; Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 2(3):168-169 (January 1997). related to others, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching Young Adolescents|
|Author||:||Richard D. Kellough, Noreen G. Kellough|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2002-05|