Whoas the New Kid in Chemistry? offers an unprecedented look at student engagement and teacher best practices through the eyes of an educational researcher enrolled as a public high school student. Over the course of seventy-nine consecutive days, John D. Butler participates in and observes Rhode Island 2013 Teacher of the Year Jessica M. Watersas high school chemistry class, documenting his experiences as they unfold. Whoas the New Kid in Chemistry? is a compelling example of what can be accomplished when an educational researcher and teacher collaborate in the classroom. This work includes a discussion on flexible homework assignments, data-driven instruction, and thirty teacher best practices. This book is an invaluable resource for teachers across all content areas, masters and doctoral research method classes, and future Teachers of the Year.Today I would teach a 10th grade geometry class, then two 9th grade algebra classes. ... I noticed right off there were no math books in the classroom and asked Principal Pastine about them. He told ... Mrs. Watersa#39; Best Classroom Practices 205.
|Title||:||Who's the New Kid in Chemistry?|
|Author||:||John D. Butler|
|Publisher||:||University Press of America - 2013-12-12|