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Teacher-Centered Schools Re-Imagining Education Reform in the Twenty-First Century by Rosetta Marantz Cohen

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Published by ScarecrowEducation .
Written in English


  • Educational Policy & Reform,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Education / Educational Reform,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Job satisfaction,
  • School improvement programs,
  • Teacher effectiveness,
  • Teachers,
  • United States

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Number of Pages136
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Open LibraryOL11321098M
ISBN 100810846861
ISBN 109780810846869

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  Although a foundational shift from a traditional classroom, a learner-centered approach does not eliminate the teacher. A learner-centered environment facilitates a more collaborative way for students to learn. The teacher models instructions and acts as a facilitator, providing feedback and answering questions when ://   teacher-centered approach often rely on punishments, such as reprimands, frowns, time outs and loss of special privi-leges (Lovitt, ). Finally, in teacher-centered classrooms, teachers may rely on extrinsic motivation to influence student ://   Teacher-centered instruction derives from two lines of scholar-ship and curriculum development (Schug, Tarver, and Western, ). One is associated primarily with the work of Siegfried Engelmann and his colleagues, whose approach is widely referred to as “Direct Instruction” and whose research focused predomi-TEACHER-CENTERED INTRUCTION   The Teacher in a Student-Centered Learning Environment.. 9 Stage 1: “Look at ne of our most important goals in the Loyola Schools is the development of a community of learners among our For the veteran teacher, the book may offer fresh perspectives to of Student Centered Learning_pdf.

  The book On Becoming an Effective Teacher: Person-centered teaching, psychology, philosophy, and dialogues with Carl R. Rogers and Harold Lyon has been making you to know about other knowledge and of course you can take more :// As the primary teaching strategy under the teacher-centered approach, direct instruction utilizes passive learning, or the idea that students can learn what they need to through listening and watching very precise instruction. Teachers and professors act as the sole supplier of knowledge, and under the direct instruction model, teachers often   There is a great message within EVERY chapter. The quotes and examples demonstrating student-centered learning will impact your thinking and teaching. I would highly recommend this book for any teacher or school! I love reading about other classrooms and I love discussing the growth within our classrooms. Happy reading! › Books › Education & Teaching › Schools & Teaching.   Teacher-centred lessons are generally associated with traditional approaches to language learning, but teacher-centred activity can be useful in a variety of ways in teaching. The teacher is an effective model of the target language and an important source of