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Visualization has not been a common word in most classroom reading programs. In recent years, however, the impact of visualization on student comprehension has gained greater awareness among reading educators. This compact, easy-to-use book helps teachers understand visualization and how to apply the strategies in their classrooms.
Includes 57 lessons arranged within 13 goals, assessments for the goals, and rubrics to score the assessments. Also contains links to literature questions and cues to use with students.
Give your students a real look at the teaching profession!
Learning to Teach covers the many facets of teaching by offering a descriptive glimse of this career, both in and out of the classroom. This text is intended for one-semester courses that are exploring teaching as a career, or as part of introductory coursework in a teacher preparation program.
Six easy-to-read sections introduce concepts including:
If you need to know "what comes after the teambuilding activity?" this book is for you!
Jim Cain, Michelle Cummings and Jennifer Stanchfield have collectively been active in adventure-based and active learning programs for almost a century. From their extensive facilitation background, here are the best of their techniques, methods and activities for engaging participants in active and meaningful processing, debriefing and program reviewing sessions.
The purpose of this book is to present a mechanical foundation for the analysis of human movement through the environment. It is designed to illustrate the mechanical relationships between factors from a qualitative and quantitative perspective. In this way, force and motion concepts can be investigated in isolation and from a global perspective.
Author(s): Wisconsin Fast Plants Program
is an "idea book," full of ways you can use recyclable containers to
learn about science and the environment. The projects in this book promote
science as a tool everyone can use to explore the world. These explorations can
be integrated with history, art, music and other creative endeavors. For more
information go to www.bottlebiology.org.