This book examines the increased standardization and management of community college course outlines in Ontario and the associated decline in the ability of college professors to effectively educate their students.
This book examines vertical tutoring and mixed-age group lessons.
This book offers a framework called "Open Way Learning," that applies the open source way, which emerged from software developers, to... Læs mere
Beyond Buzzwords examines popular but ineffective instructional concepts and explains why many popular educational ideas lack evidence and... Læs mere
This books highlights the questions that parents have posed about learners. It also highlights the groups that responded to their question, the answers they gave, the rhetoric in which they couched their answers, and their motives.
Teaching critical thinking requires sustained, finely tuned teaching and assessment methods. This book lays out a... Læs mere
This book is composed of many short essays which can be read separately; however, read together these commentaries form a compelling exploration of how and why teachers should obey laws, regulations, policies, and contractual obligations, yet should do much more.
Practical models and strategies presented in this book will help teachers address the important challenges facing schools today, including supporting disadvantaged learners, raising student achievement, and challenging all students to achieve their potential.
Who's the New Kid in Chemistry? offers a look at student engagement and teacher best practices through the eyes of an educational researcher.... Læs mere
The book delves into mathematical mindsets, a current approach to understanding mathematical identities, as well as success and failure in mathematics.
Mentoring programs strengthen faculty relationships within their school community while increasing teachers' motivation and... Læs mere