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Author Arends, Richard.

Title Classroom instruction and management / Richard I. Arends.

Published New York : McGraw-Hill Companies, [1997]
©1997

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  371.102 AREN {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description xix, 307 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-297) and indexes.
Contents Introduction to Classroom Instruction and Management -- Ch. 1. Classroom Teaching: A Demanding Job in a Complex Setting -- Ch. 2. Direct Instruction -- Ch. 3. Cooperative Learning -- Ch. 4. Problem-Based Instruction -- Ch. 5. Classroom Discussion -- Ch. 6. Learning and Study Strategies.
Summary Classroom Instruction and Management offers a new, more flexible General Methods text, one that can be mixed and matched to fit a variety of curriculum arrangements. Because of its modest length and price and its focus on core teaching functions and models, it is ideally suited for any of the following situations: as the core text in either brief or full-length courses aimed at developing a repertoire of basic teaching models, strategies, and skills; as the instruction and management unit in restructured educational psychology courses; or as the instruction and management unit in those integrated "block" courses which combine units from formerly separate courses and often last more than one term.
Classroom Instruction and Management not only helps students develop a basic repertoire of teaching models, strategies, and skills but helps them to understand their theoretical and empirical foundations and shows them how to study these behaviors in field-based settings. Key features of this exciting new text include the following: content coverage, research focus, practical guidelines, end-of-chapter activities, and strategy instruction.
Subject Teaching.
Classroom management.
ISBN 0070030820 (alk. paper)