Nancy Frey fluidly and masterfully addresses teachers' two greatest concerns: classroom managemnt and student engagement. This revelant, practical book should be in the personal library of every teacher from novice to veteran.
This popular guide offers a wealth of innovative, research-based strategies for making K-12 classrooms the best learning environments they can be. Easy-to-implement best practices are presented for establishing a classroom management plan, organizing procedures and materials, building a respectful community, fostering peer collaboration, and engaging students in interactive learning. Each of the 50 strategies includes step-by-step instructions, the amount of time needed to implement, and the recommended grade level. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book features ready-to-use reproducibles.
New to This Edition
Now in a large, easy-to-reproduce format.
Strategies for using technology to promote interactive learning.
Explains a gradual release-of-responsibility model of instruction to support self-motivated learning.
Additional topics: vocabulary development, enhancing writing skills, and building peer partnerships.
Updated and expanded research base.
This title is part of the Teaching Practices That Work Series, edited by Diane Lapp and Douglas Fisher.
Author: Nancy Frey pub 2011 USA Pb 159