Designing Teaching Strategies

However, the behavior analysis expertise and the pedagogical system described in this text can be used by the subject matter specialist to provide the instructional design and related strategies and tactics to teach students ̄uent ...

Author: Robert Douglas Greer

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780123008503

Category: Nature

Page: 363

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Can provide an educational system that treats the students and the parents as the clients.
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Designing Effective Instruction

The second decision is the instructional strategy, which prescribes sequences and methods of instruction to achieve an objective. These prescriptions provide guidance on how to design instructional sequences, and they are generalizable ...

Author: Gary R. Morrison

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470522820

Category: Education

Page: 491

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Updated and revised, the sixth edition equips educators with practical skills for successful instructional design. Two new chapters have been added to offer the most current information in the field. One addresses the unique design challenges and opportunities when working with different technologies. It also illustrates how to apply and adapt the design model when working with these technologies. The other presents a combination of information on the ID proposal and project management. A new section also discusses the alternatives to the traditional design process. In addition, educators will find more information about the role of the designer, which they’ll be able to apply in the classroom.
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Advancing Medical Education Through Strategic Instructional Design

Medical Teacher, 27(1), 10–28. doi:10.1080/0142.1590500046924 PMID:16147767 Issenberg, S. B., Soo, H., & Devine, ... A framework for designing, implementing, and evaluating simulations used as teaching strategies in nursing.

Author: Stefaniak, Jill

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522520993

Category: Medical

Page: 349

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Changes in technological innovation are altering modern educational systems. With instructional media continuously evolving, educators have a variety of options when deciding what tools are best for delivering their instruction. Advancing Medical Education through Strategic Instructional Design is an essential reference publication for the latest scholarly research on the importance of medical educators’ adherence to instructional design principles to yield optimal learning outcomes. Featuring extensive coverage on several relevant topics and perspectives, such as medical simulation, instructional theory, and performance analysis, this book is ideally designed for educators, physicians, and nurses seeking current research on designing effective instruction for a variety of audiences and learning contexts.
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Designing Instructional Strategies for Young Children

Therefore , this section attempts to analyze the teaching act by breaking it down into its basic components ... In harmony with these objectives , a variety of teaching strategies are presented to develop an awareness on the part of the ...

Author: Belen Collantes Mills

Publisher: Brown Publishing Company

ISBN: UCAL:B4146819

Category: Education

Page: 450

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Designing and Teaching the Secondary Science Methods Course

This strategy helped him discuss the importance of reflecting on student work to inform future instructional decisions. ... A common theme that cut across both the design of the science methods courses and teaching strategies utilised ...

Author: Aaron J. Sickel

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789463008815

Category: Education

Page: 8

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The improvement of science education is a common goal worldwide. Countries not only seek to increase the number of individuals pursuing careers in science, but to improve scientific literacy among the general population. As the teacher is one of the greatest influences on student learning, a focus on the preparation of science teachers is essential in achieving these outcomes. A critical component of science teacher education is the methods course, where pedagogy and content coalesce. It is here that future science teachers begin to focus simultaneously on the knowledge, dispositions and skills for teaching secondary science in meaningful and effective ways. This book provides a comparison of secondary science methods courses from teacher education programs all over the world. Each chapter provides detailed descriptions of the national context, course design, teaching strategies, and assessments used within a particular science methods course, and is written by teacher educators who actively research science teacher education. The final chapter provides a synthesis of common themes and unique features across contexts, and offers directions for future research on science methods courses. This book offers a unique combination of ‘behind the scenes’ thinking for secondary science methods course designs along with practical teaching and assessment strategies, and will be a useful resource for teacher educators in a variety of international contexts.
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Designing and Teaching the Elementary Science Methods Course

Conclusion The instructional strategies outlined in this chapter have been organized around an increasing complexity of teaching actions, from routines, to teaching models. They are mostly drawn from general pedagogical knowledge, ...

Author: Sandra K. Abell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135281359

Category: Education

Page: 320

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This guide for elementary science teacher educators outlines the theory, principles, and strategies they need to know in order to plan and carry out instruction for future elementary science teachers, and provides classroom examples anchored to those principles. The book is grounded in the theoretical framework of pedagogical content knowledge (PCK).
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Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses

Students may film videos of their form on various fitness activities and upload for teacher review. Recommended teaching strategies: Self-instructional learning Synchronous time: Classroom sessions: The teacher delivers cognitive ...

Author: Jayne D. Greenberg

Publisher: Human Kinetics

ISBN: 9781718200272

Category: Education

Page: 416

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Fitness education is often overlooked for various reasons: no equipment, no weight room, large class size, or lack of professional development. Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses provides real solutions for all these issues. This book offers secondary-level physical educators innovative ideas, practical answers, and guidance in implementing fitness education programming that will meet the needs of all students. Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses is packed with highly useful tools and resources: 211 instructional photos showing exercises and stretches that require no equipment and are easily adapted for varying abilities 18 pacing guides that form a week-by-week blueprint for implementing a semester-long fitness education course A robust online resource with all 18 pacing guides, as well as a blank template for developing your own; 139 video demonstrations of all the book’s exercises and stretches; PowerPoint presentations to show in PE classes, including video demonstrations of the book’s exercises and stretches; and teacher aids and student handouts, including assignments, assessments, posters, and a 12-week personal fitness plan Teachers can use the pacing guides to develop a semester-long fitness education course that can be implemented in either a traditional or block schedule. These guides offer objectives, class discussion topics, activities, assessments, and teaching strategies for each week of an 18-week semester. All topics in the guides are aligned with SHAPE America’s National Standards and Grade-Level Outcomes for K–12 Physical Education. The authors guide teachers in addressing the following priorities within a fitness education course: social and emotional learning; behavior modification principles and adherence to fitness activities; social cognitive theory; classroom management; student safety; equity, diversity, and inclusion; and social justice. Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses also includes a detailed chapter on nutrition education written by internationally recognized sport nutritionist Lisa Dorfman, who provides teachers a wealth of information to integrate into fitness courses. Teachers will learn how to integrate a quality fitness education curriculum into any setting (rural, urban, or suburban) and any learning model (remote, hybrid, or in-person learning). Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses is organized into three sections: Part I presents both theoretical and practical knowledge of fitness education; its importance in a standards-based curriculum; pedagogical and content knowledge considerations; nutrition, wellness, and consumer issues; and the general components of fitness education. Part II focuses on various components of fitness education: flexibility, strength, and cardiorespiratory fitness. This part includes stretching and muscular strength and endurance workouts, illustrated with photos in the book and videos in the online resource. Part III guides readers in enabling students to participate in community fitness and activity events to support the development of lifelong fitness habits. Through Designing and Teaching Fitness Education Courses, teachers will be able to provide appropriate fitness activities that will lead to the elevated health and wellness of students and a greater appreciation for participating in lifelong activities. Note: A code for accessing HKPropel is included with all new print books.
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Aspects of Teaching Secondary Design and Technology

Without the procedural competence of design, nothing can be achieved. Unless they communicate their ideas, ... So what teaching strategies are appropriate for Design and Technology? How can we help our students gain acapability in ...

Author: Gwyneth Owen-Jackson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134508730

Category: Education

Page: 320

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Beginning by outlining the national curriculum for design and technology, Aspects of Teaching Secondary Design and Technology goes on to look at what design and technology is in the primary school, at examination level and post-16. Vocational qualifications relevant to design and technology are also discussed. There are chapters looking at the relationship between design and technology and the wider social and cultural context. The development of cross-curricular skills and value judgements are discussed as are sustainability and the role of the community in the teaching and learning of design and technology. Together, these articles comprise a sound guide to good classroom practice, related to the requirements of the curriculum, and rooted in the professional perspectives of experienced teachers.
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Designing Teaching Strategies

Designing Teaching Strategies: A Behavior Analysis Systems Approach is the first advanced text covering teaching and supervision as applied behavior analysis.

Author: R. Douglas Greer

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123008506

Category: Nature

Page: 363

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