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New Teacher Revolution

Changing Education for a New Generation of Learners
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ISBN-13:
9781483379951
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
160
Autor:
Josh Stumpenhorst
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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It's time to throw out the old rulebook. Today's classroom demands teacher innovation, embracing of new technology, and rejection of outdated practices, especially when someone tells you it's "e;always been done"e; a certain way. Meet Josh Stumpenhorst, recently named Illinois Teacher of the Year. Stumpenhorst's orthodoxy-challenging methods have produced outstanding student outcomes, and in these pages he details how to maximize teacher effectiveness by thinking outside the box: Build student relationships on trust and respect rather than fear and punishment Rethink homework and letter grades, which-in their current forms-are harming learning Leverage technology by not treating it as a "e;shiny toy"e;, but rather understand its power as a tool for rapid progress Educators who welcome large-scale change are about to pull ahead of those who don't.
It's time to throw out the old rulebook. Today's classroom demands teacher innovation, embracing of new technology, and rejection of outdated practices, especially when someone tells you it's "e;always been done"e; a certain way. Meet Josh Stumpenhorst, recently named Illinois Teacher of the Year. Stumpenhorst's orthodoxy-challenging methods have produced outstanding student outcomes, and in these pages he details how to maximize teacher effectiveness by thinking outside the box: Build student relationships on trust and respect rather than fear and punishment Rethink homework and letter grades, which-in their current forms-are harming learning Leverage technology by not treating it as a "e;shiny toy"e;, but rather understand its power as a tool for rapid progress Educators who welcome large-scale change are about to pull ahead of those who don't.