How do we understand what curriculum 'is' and 'does' for both learners and teachers? Using actual field-based vignettes, this book introduces teachable moment-oriented, emergent-oriented, and negotiation-oriented curricula practices, and explores how, while the three curricula notions are distinctively different from one another, they are simultaneously interconnected. Teachable Moments is a valuable resource for teachers at all levels. In addition, this is a book for senior undergraduate- and graduate-level early childhood curriculum courses, as well as graduate students and faculty who are interested in studying contemporary postmodern curricula discourses.
Teachable Moment - Oriented Curriculum . Initial Inquiries How do teachers make sense of a teachable moment - oriented curriculum in their daily practice ? What are the critical aspects of teachers ' teachable momentoriented curriculum ...
Author: Eunsook Hyun
Publisher: Peter Lang
This book develops a general theory of autonomous teaching by examining a mysterious educational idea: the teachable moment. By formulating an understanding of the teachable moment as predicated upon ‘educational energy,’ this book takes up John Dewey’s view of teaching to articulate a law-like, scientifically oriented pedagogical theory. By offering a testable hypothesis about effective teaching through an innovative reading of Dewey’s law, this book also provides insights into changes in school practice and schooling policy consonant with an understanding of teaching as a science.
how to plan for teachable moments. 11 Finally, professors of Education Karen Sue Bradley and Jack A. Bradley put the nontraditional idea of creating teachable moments into the form of a recommendation to teachers that they not wait for ...
Author: Greg Seals
Teachable Moments is a personal reflection on the world’s most familiar prayer taken from the lips of Jesus Himself, repeated in every language on a weekly basis in churches throughout the world. Written in a readable and thought-provoking style, Teachable Moments will prompt new thoughts about Jesus’s radical theology of God as Abba Father. When Jesus taught his disciples this brief prayer, he had an agenda much larger than just the words we pray. He was addressing our understanding of God and the nature of our relationship with God. He was teaching about the nature of citizenship in God’s Kingdom on earth as it is in heaven. Kingdom citizens practice forgiveness breaking the unhealthy cycle of revenge and retaliation. Jesus warned about temptation and the nature of pervasive evil in the world. Jesus’s goal was to correct all the wrong-headed misconceptions the world has accumulated about the one true God who He understood as Abba Father. Finally, this provocative book asks the all-important question: What kind of Jesus says and teaches things like these? Who is the Jesus we are following?
We are confronted in this teachable moment with a revolutionary new way of thinking about our relationship with God. In this teachable moment, Jesus's prayer is teaching us to want what God wants: The reign of His Kingdom to come on ...
Author: Johnny White
Publisher: WestBow Press
A Catholic Digest columnist shares examples of everyday opportunities for promoting and teaching Christian values, from imparting beliefs about empathy and compassion in children to countering destructive media messages about sexuality. 40,000 first printing.
When an unexpected situation arises, as it always does, intentional teachers recognize a teaching opportunity and are able ... If, by definition, teachable moments are unplanned and unexpected, intentional parents must be vigilant and ...
Author: Marybeth Hicks
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Family & Relationships
Creative teaching is an art form – aesthetic, intuitive and expressive. The proliferation of new educational policies in the early 1990s and the related increase in tensions and dilemmas facing schools, combined with the growing demand for a wider range of skills and knowledge among children meant that there was an even greater need for creative teaching than before the National Curriculum. Originally published in 1996, this book addresses this need by: exploring the features of creative teaching with a focus on the day to day practice of primary teachers; showing how teachers used emotion, created atmosphere and stimulated imagination to enhance their teaching; examining the ways in which teachers managed the National Curriculum and developed a new professional discourse in response to government pressures at the time. This book is a sequel to Creative Teachers in Primary Schools and builds upon this work providing new insights into the art of teaching.
These have been hard years for teachers, but as one of our sample told us, they have been sustained by the good times' or what another called “teachable moments'. The 'good times' are high moments of successful teaching, fully endorsed ...
Author: Peter Woods
Communication strategies for building a better relationship with your children, from a psychologist who has worked with families for over three decades. Are you frustrated when your child is not responsive to your efforts to be a good parent? Are you shaking your head in confusion or barking orders as a last resort in getting through to him/her? Do you wish for more quality time with your child? Parenting is the toughest job—for which most parents have no training. We tend to emulate our own parents, for good or for bad. In the Bible, Proverbs 22:6, we are told to “train your children in the ways of the Lord, so that when they are old, they will not depart from Him.” Teachable Moments: Building Blocks of Christian Parenting is a source book for parents and helping professionals who want both the spiritual context and the step-by-step practical parenting tools with which to be effective, engaged, Christian parents. Are you ready to move from surviving to thriving in your relationship with your children? You will learn: –Nine parenting perspectives to guide your understanding of your child –How communication defines relationship and the four distinct types of communication to use when your child is not having problems –Eleven specific communication tools and behavior management strategies, and more The author, a licensed clinical psychologist with decades of experience in practice, also includes “Learn the Concept” exercises embedded within the chapters—so you can practice these tools and strategies and start enjoying a better relationship with your children today.
These dads would have missed a teachable moment with their daughter without giving her an opportunity to understand her reluctance and without trying to help her solve her problem. In helping your child relieve anxiety, ...
Author: Jonathan C. Robinson
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
Category: Family & Relationships
If you are a parent who battles a busy schedule as well as the uncertainty of not knowing how to effectively communicate your faith to your children, then Using Teachable Moments will show you how to begin an engaging and heartfelt spiritual dialogue during daily family activities.As the mother of four boys, author Deanna L. Swehla brings her personal experience in teaching children how to have fun and learn about faith at the same time. By providing different scenarios and situations, Swehla demonstrates how to use the opportunities that arise while you clean, run errands, or fold clothes to talk to your children about God. She shares actual dialogue used with her own children as well as prayers and activities that will enable you to share faith lessons in a simple way and allow you to experience God as part of your family's everyday life.Using Teachable Moments will help you discover that the best learning occurs by interacting with your children in an atmosphere of love. From special occasions to the unexpected circumstances, you can make a greater impression by seizing every opportune moment to invest time in your children.
Wait for the next teachable moment. It is important that the children don't feel like they are listening to a sermon. If they are constantly interrupting, and getting off the subject, stop and wait for the next teachable moment.
Author: Deanna Swehla
Ledges can be hazardous places-but the view! It's a place where God can get our attention or a place where we can fall. The results of being out on a ledge often depend on how we react. So come, join me on various ledges of life, and let us explore and ponder those teachable moments.
In writing these meditations, I drew upon thirty-plus years of experience teaching in public middle and high schools, ... So come, join me on various ledges of life, and let us explore and ponder those teachable moments.
Author: Sandra Still with Elizabeth M. Roberts
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.
Often we have spoken about teachable moments. These are instances where we can teach our son a lesson on life. Being respectful is not a moment but a way of life. The way you carry yourself in all situations can very much dictate how ...
Author: Joseph Durso
Teachers succeed when they grow, develop, and strive to maintain excitement and wonder: the WOW of learning. This book examines a wide variety of daily tasks, from delivering engaging lessons to nurturing life skills. Throughout the book, simple steps for instruction are explained, along with suggestions for fun-filled activities and games. Practical and hands-on, the book offers tricks, techniques, and original ideas for excellent classroom instruction in all subject areas. It demonstrates how the WOW factor will help teachers remain motivated as they enrich the classroom learning experience for students.
Carroll Bryant This quote speaks directly to the teachable moments in your day. They are going to crop up no matter what you are doing, and it is in the best interest of all to make the most of them.
Author: Kathy Paterson
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers Limited