Lenses on Teaching : Developing Perspectives on Classroom Life (4TH)

Lenses on Teaching : Developing Perspectives on Classroom Life (4TH)

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This introduction to field experiences for pre-service teachers, LENSES ON TEACHING, is a combined workbook and text student teachers can use to focus their observations in elementary and secondary classrooms. At the beginning of each chapter, the authors cover a broad spectrum of topics related to teaching. Related activities will sharpen your observation and interviewing skills, encourage self-analysis, and foster continued growth.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            xiii
Introduction to Lenses on Teaching 1 (10)
Central Questions 2 (7)
A User's Guide to Lenses on Teaching 9 (2)
References 10 (1)
Orienting Yourself to Schools 11 (14)
Suggested Activity 1: Arriving at School 12 (1)
Suggested Activity 2: Initial 13 (3)
Impressions of School Building
Suggested Activity 3: Describing the 16 (3)
School
Core Activity: Mapping the Classroom 19 (3)
Suggested Activity 4: The Most 22 (1)
Memorable Person
Journal Entry 23 (1)
Questions for Discussion 24 (1)
References 24 (1)
Contemporary Practices and Issues in 25 (18)
Teaching and Learning
Best Practices in Today's Classrooms 25 (6)
Core Activity: Ideal Learning 29 (2)
Environment
Contemporary Issues in Today's Classrooms 31 (6)
School Funding 31 (1)
Charter Schools 32 (1)
Violence in Schools 32 (2)
Constitutional Issues: The Separation 34 (1)
of Church and State
Standardized Tests 34 (2)
Suggested Activity 1: Contemporary 36 (1)
Issues
Professional Development Schools 37 (6)
Suggested Activity 2: Exploring Your 39 (1)
Own Professional Development
Journal Entry 39 (2)
Questions for Discussion 41 (1)
References 41 (2)
Observing and Analyzing Classroom 43 (52)
Interactions
Activities for Chapter 4 46 (49)
The Core Activity (Lesson Observation) 46 (1)
The Observation Task(s) 46 (1)
Core Activity: Lesson Observation Form 47 (4)
Suggested Activity 1: Teacher-Student 51 (5)
Interaction
Suggested Activity 2: Transition Periods 56 (2)
Suggested Activity 3: Classroom 58 (9)
Management
Suggested Activity 4: Classroom 67 (1)
Arrangement
Suggested Activity 5: Questioning 67 (9)
Suggested Activity 6: Observation of 76 (5)
Cooperative Learning
Suggested Activity 7: Educational Uses 81 (8)
of Technology
Suggested Activity 8: Utilizing a 89 (2)
Teacher-Made Survey
Journal Entry 91 (2)
Questions for Discussion 93 (1)
References 93 (2)
Developing Interviewing Skills 95 (18)
The Structured Interview 96 (1)
The Interview Questions 96 (1)
The Structured Interview Development 97 (7)
Process
The Random List 99 (1)
The Sequenced Structured Interview 100 (1)
Schedule
Interview Guidelines 101 (2)
Whom Do You Interview? 103 (1)
Collecting and Organizing Your Data 103 (1)
Data Analysis and Synthesis 103 (1)
Activities for Chapter 5 104 (9)
Core Activity: The Semistructured 104 (1)
Interview
Suggested Activity 1: The New Teacher 105 (1)
Suggested Activity 2: The Award-Winning 105 (1)
Teacher
Suggested Activity 3: The College 105 (1)
Instructor
Suggested Activity 4: The Typical 106 (4)
Teacher's Day
Journal Entry 110 (2)
Questions for Discussion 112 (1)
References 112 (1)
Images of the Teacher 113 (16)
The Teacher in Literature, Film, and 114 (3)
Television
Schools, Teachers, and News Images 117 (1)
No Child Left Behind (NCLB): The Federal 117 (2)
Government's Image of Schools and Teachers
The Image of Education and the News Media 119 (10)
Core Activity: Statements about Schools 120 (3)
and Teachers
Suggested Activity 1: My Most 123 (1)
Influential Teacher(s)
Suggested Activity 2: Media Role Models 124 (1)
Suggested Activity 3: How Does Your 125 (2)
Teacher Feel about Teaching?
Journal Entry 127 (1)
Questions for Discussion 128 (1)
References 128 (1)
The School and Its Community 129 (28)
Core Activity: Your School/Community IQ 134 (10)
Suggested Activity 1: Community Member 144 (4)
Interview
Suggested Activity 2: Educator Interview 148 (4)
Suggested Activity 3: Truth or 152 (2)
Exaggeration?
Journal Entry 154 (2)
Questions for Discussion 156 (1)
Humor in the Classroom 157 (12)
Classifying Humor in the Classroom 159 (10)
Core Activity: Teacher Humor Chart 160 (3)
Suggested Activity: Funny Incidents in 163 (2)
School
Journal Entry 165 (2)
Questions for Discussion 167 (1)
References 167 (2)
The Teacher and Ethics 169 (17)
What ``Product'' Should the Public 170 (2)
Schools Seek?
What Can Schools and Teachers Do? 172 (14)
Suggested Activity 1: Interviewing on 177 (1)
the Moral Domain
Suggested Activity 2: An Ethical Case 178 (1)
Study
Core Activity: Student Observation 179 (4)
Activity
Suggested Activity 3: The Moral 183 (1)
Environment Checklist
Journal Entry 184 (1)
Questions for Discussion 185 (1)
Reference 185 (1)
Embracing the Challenge of Diversity and 186 (28)
Individual Differences in American
Classrooms
Economically Challenged Students 186 (2)
The Vocabulary of Diversity 188 (9)
The Social Construction of Knowledge 188 (1)
Multicultural Education 189 (2)
Educational Equity 191 (2)
Bilingual and Special Education 193 (1)
Individuals with Disabilities Education 193 (1)
Act (IDEA)
The Least Restrictive Environment and 194 (1)
Procedural Due Process
Learning Styles 195 (1)
Bilingual Education---English Language 195 (1)
Development
Gifted and Talented and At-Risk Learners 196 (1)
Meeting the Challenge of Diversity 197 (17)
Core Activity: Observing Diversity in 198 (1)
the Classroom
Suggested Activity 1: Observing 199 (1)
Multicultural Settings
Suggested Activity 2: Observing the 199 (1)
Special Needs Classroom
Suggested Activity 3: Observing 200 (6)
Learning/Teaching Styles
Suggested Activity 4: Observing 206 (4)
Specially Designed Academic Instruction
in English (SDAIE)
Journal Entry 210 (2)
Questions for Discussion 212 (1)
References 212 (1)
General Multicultural Education 213 (1)
Resources
On Becoming a Teacher 214 (19)
Core Activity: Making Yourself a Teacher 215 (3)
Suggested Activity 1: Knowing Thyself 218 (4)
Suggested Activity 2: Your Personal 222 (2)
Pros and Cons for Teaching
Suggested Activity 3: Your Ideal School 224 (2)
Suggested Activity 4: Setting 226 (3)
Performance Priorities
Journal Entry 229 (2)
Questions for Discussion 231 (1)
References 231 (2)
Index 233