"In The Classroom" addresses the growing need for a text that provides coverage of both the foundations of modern education and their application to the methods of teaching in an integrated fashion. Using a research-based approach, the authors skillfully interweave explanations of educational theory, concepts, and controversies with anecdotes and viewpoints that personalize and enliven the text discussion. "The Guide to Observation and Participation" is a highly successful, inexpensive, short, hands-on, how-to student teacher guide. It is a sequenced compilation of many tools and techniques used by effective in-service teachers, presented step-by-step - everything from classroom maps to a daily lesson plan format, to a pre-planning small group checklist. New topics in the third edition include: global education, Hebrew and Christian education, use of the Internet, emotional IQ, school choice and magnet schools, business in education, and legal issues. New case studies boxed features in each chapter offer real-life situations. Core information is now highlighted throughout chapters to help students focus.
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Arthea J. S. Reed, has taught at the University of North Carolina at Ashville for sixteen years and is currently professor and chair of the Education Department. She received her Ph.D. from Florida State University. She has taught in grades two through twelve in the public schools of Connecicut, Ohio, and West Virginia. She has been coeditor of the Penguin/Signet Classic teachers guide series since 1990.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill College, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 75612941