Teaching models : designing instruction for 21st century learners /
Clare R. Kilbane, Ph.D., Otterbein University, Natalie B. Milman, Ph.D., George Washington University.
imprint
Boston : Pearson, 2014, c2014
description
xxv, 467 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
ISBN
020560997X, 9780205609970
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    375.001 K48T
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    3RD FLOOR; borrowing restricted to OISE students, faculty and staff
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Boston : Pearson, 2014, c2014
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020560997X
9780205609970
contents note
Teacher as educational designer -- Instructional design, educational design and designing effective instruction -- Instructional tools for educational designers: models, strategies and technologies -- Classroom-based assessment in the 21st century -- The direct instruction model -- The concept attainment model -- The concept development model -- The inductive model -- The vocabulary acquisition model -- The inquiry model -- The problem-based learning model -- The cooperative learning model -- The integrative model -- The socratic seminar model.
catalogue key
9033256
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 452-456) and indexes.
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Summaries
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Also from Clare R. Kilbane and Natalie B. Milman: 0137155875 - What Every Teacher Should Know About: Creating Digital Teaching Portfolios, 1/e - ©2009 0205393713 - the Digital Teaching Portfolio Workbook: Understanding the Digital Teaching Portfolio Process, 1/e - ©2004 0205343457 - the Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How-To Guide for Educators, 1/e - ©2003
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This book is focused on helping educators design effective instruction that successfully addresses the individual and shared learning needs of the diverse population of students in today's dynamic, fast-paced, technology-driven, global society. In it the authors show when and how to use the unprecendented variety of powerful teaching resources available, and how to coordinate their use to best prepare students for the education and workforce demands in their futures. The authors emphasize the teacher's role as an educational designer who approaches instructional planning with intention, uses knowledge of specialized systematic processes to identify and frame instructional challenges related to learners and content, and competently addresses those challenges by skillfully applying a broad repertoire of instructional models, strategies, and technologies. · Part I explains the ways in which functioning as an educational designer leads to more successful teaching. · Part II presents 10 powerful, proven models of teaching and demonstrates how they can be transformed for new relevance in the digital era and used to address the challenges of 21st century teaching. Also from Clare R. Kilbane and Natalie B. Milman: 0137155875 - What Every Teacher Should Know About: Creating Digital Teaching Portfolios, 1/e - ©2009 0205393713 - The Digital Teaching Portfolio Workbook: Understanding the Digital Teaching Portfolio Process, 1/e - ©2004 0205343457 - The Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How-To Guide for Educators, 1/e - ©2003
Back Cover Copy
This book is focused on helping educators design effective instruction that successfully addresses the individual and shared learning needs of the diverse population of students in today's dynamic, fast-paced, technology-driven, global society. In it the authors show when and how to use the unprecendented variety of powerful teaching resources available, and how to coordinate their use to best prepare students for the education and workforce demands in their futures. The authors emphasize the teacher's role as an educational designer who approaches instructional planning with intention, uses knowledge of specialized systematic processes to identify and frame instructional challenges related to learners and content, and competently addresses those challenges by skillfully applying a broad repertoire of instructional models, strategies, and technologies. Part I explains the ways in which functioning as an educational designer leads to more successful teaching. Part II presents 10 powerful, proven models of teaching and demonstrates how they can be transformed for new relevance in the digital era and used to address the challenges of 21st century teaching. From the Foreword by Carol Ann Tomlinson.... "A book like this one creates in me a sense of longing to begin my work as a teacher again armed with its insights... How much more purposeful might my instructional choices have been... How many more students might I have reached if someone had illustrated for me how to attend to students' learning differences as I planned lessons? And how much more motivating might the learning opportunities I created for my students have been had there also been opportunity and guidance for using contemporary technologies to engage my students' thinking, and my own? I'd sign up in an instant to go back to that first year and begin again if I could take that sort of knowledge with me." Carol Ann Tomlinson, William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor & Chair for Educational Leadership, Foundations, & Policy Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia Also from Clare R. Kilbane and Natalie B. Milman: 0137155875 - What Every Teacher Should Know About: Creating Digital Teaching Portfolios, 1/e - 2009 0205393713 - The Digital Teaching Portfolio Workbook: Understanding the Digital Teaching Portfolio Process, 1/e - 2004 0205343457 - The Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How-To Guide for Educators, 1/e - 2003
Back Cover Copy
This book is focused on helping educators design effective instruction that successfully addresses the individual and shared learning needs of the diverse population of students in today's dynamic, fast-paced, technology-driven, global society. In it the authors show when and how to use the unprecendented variety of powerful teaching resources available, and how to coordinate their use to best prepare students for the education and workforce demands in their futures. The authors emphasize the teacher's role as an educational designer who approaches instructional planning with intention, uses knowledge of specialized systematic processes to identify and frame instructional challenges related to learners and content, and competently addresses those challenges by skillfully applying a broad repertoire of instructional models, strategies, and technologies. Part I explains the ways in which functioning as an educational designer leads to more successful teaching. Part II presents 10 powerful, proven models of teaching and demonstrates how they can be transformed for new relevance in the digital era and used to address the challenges of 21st century teaching. From the Foreword by Carol Ann Tomlinson…. "A book like this one creates in me a sense of longing to begin my work as a teacher again armed with its insights… How much more purposeful might my instructional choices have been… How many more students might I have reached if someone had illustrated for me how to attend to students' learning differences as I planned lessons? And how much more motivating might the learning opportunities I created for my students have been had there also been opportunity and guidance for using contemporary technologies to engage my students' thinking, and my own? I'd sign up in an instant to go back to that first year and begin again if I could take that sort of knowledge with me." Carol Ann Tomlinson, William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor & Chair for Educational Leadership, Foundations, & Policy Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia Also from Clare R. Kilbane and Natalie B. Milman: 0137155875 - What Every Teacher Should Know About: Creating Digital Teaching Portfolios, 1/e - ©2009 0205393713 The Digital Teaching Portfolio Workbook: Understanding the Digital Teaching Portfolio Process, 1/e - ©2004 0205343457 The Digital Teaching Portfolio Handbook: A How-To Guide for Educators, 1/e - ©2003
Long Description
This new book provides educators with practical help for using a myriad of available digital tools to transform time-tested models of teaching in order to make 21st century learning more efficient, effective, and engaging. The authors focus on helping educators design effective instruction that successfully addresses the individual and shared learning needs of the diverse population of students in today's dynamic, fast-paced, technology-driven, global society. In it the authors show when and how to use the unprecendented variety of powerful teaching resources available, and how to coordinate their use to best prepare students for the education and workforce demands in their futures.

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