Creating Nongraded K-3 Classrooms: Teachers' Stories and Lessons Learned

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ISBN-13:
9780803964860
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.04.1996
Seiten:
206
Autor:
Ric A. Hovda
Gewicht:
635 g
Format:
254x183x20 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Reforming the Education of Young Children - Diane W Kyle, Ellen McIntyre, and Ric A Hovda
PART ONE: REFORM AS A PERSONAL JOURNEY
We Are Here - Katherine Alexander
Team Teaching - Anne Dill and Geraldine Hendricks
A Journey of Professional Bonding and Reflective Practice
Sea of Changes - Cathy Cool
Finding Sunken Treasures in Shark-Infested Waters
PART TWO: AUTHENTIC ASSESSMENT AND CONTINUOUS PROGRAMS
Assessment in a Nongraded Primary Program - Kris Gregory et al
Discovering Children's Voices and Talents
`Let the Wild Rumpus Start!' - Tina Cron, Joy Spears, and Donna Stottmann
The Story of One Multi-Age/Multi-Ability Classroom
Multi-Age, Multi-Abilities - Phillip Poore and Cheryl Armstrong
An Inclusive Primary Program
Learning to Assess - Kathy Birdwhistell et al
Teachers, Students, and Parents Together
PART THREE: CHALLENGES OF MAKING TRANSITIONS
Facing the Seven Critical Attributes - Bridget Baker and Lisa Smith
From Philosophy to Practice - Karen Adkins
A Continuous Struggle for Excellence
What About the Skills? Shouldn't I Be Teaching Them? - Beverly Wells
PART FOUR: REFORM AS A SHARED BEHAVIOR
What a Difference a Year Makes - Catherine Pillow et al
A Principal's Perspective for Educational Reform - Joe Jacovino
Partnerships for Learners - Jeannie Bass, Linda Bibee, and Diana Heidelberg
Lessons on Creating Nongraded Primary Programs or Implementing Other Systemic Changes - Ellen McIntyre, Ric A Hovda, and Diane W Kyle
Professional Development Possibilities - Ric A Hovda, Diane W Kyle, and Ellen McIntyre
Many schools in the United States are considering moving from traditional, skill-based instruction to child-centred instruction in nongraded, primary classrooms. This book describes nongraded, primary programmes that illustrate developmentally appropriate practices for teaching young children. Seven critical attributes to these programmes are examined including multiage/multiability grouping, professional teamwork, positive parental involvement and authentic assessment.

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