4 edition of Teaching: Issues, perspectives, and definitions found in the catalog.
Teaching: Issues, perspectives, and definitions
Magdalene M. Carney
1975 by MSS Information Corp .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Teaching: perspectives, perspectives, and definitions: selected readings. [Magdalene M Carney]. This volume of readings is a basic survey of issues and perspectives concerning the nature of teaching.
Part one is composed of four articles containing perspectives on the need for educational theory. Two of the authors contend that educational theories emerge from education, while the other two authors are more positive in their conception of the nature and function of theory in educational Author: Magdalene M.
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A teacher's first moral obligation is to provide excellent instruction. 8 CHAPTER Teaching: Issues Components of Curriculum Implementation narrowly defined as the content they teach every day.
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The problems focus on the inadequacy of introductory textbooks—which mischaracterize behaviorism, only present the most extreme behaviorist positions, make no mention of the neobehaviorist perspective, fail to discuss that there is no accepted criteria for Cited by: client sessions.
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The development of the National Science Education Standards was guided by certain principles. Those principles are. Science is for all students. Learning science is an active process. School science reflects the intellectual and cultural traditions that characterize the practice of contemporary science.
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