Principles of Teaching
Bloomsburg University
Summer 2005

CLASS AGENDA FOUR

Thursday, June 8 2005

The aim of education should be to teach the child to think, not what to think.
-John Dewey

 


Student Teaching Manual: Minimum Requirements
http://teacherworld.com/potstrequirements.html

Student Teaching Manual: Unit Requirements
http://teacherworld.com/potstunit.html

Student Teaching Manual: Final Evaluation Form
http://teacherworld.com/potstfinaleval.html


Beliefs About Teaching
http://teacherworld.com/potbeliefs.html

Teacher Effectiveness
http://teacherworld.com/poteffectiveness.html

Teaching Effectiveness as Outlined by Various Textbooks
http://teacherworld.com/poteffectiveness2.html

Change in Education
http://teacherworld.com/potchange.html

Traditional vs. New Learning Environments
http://teacherworld.com/pot21cent.html


Parts of a Lesson
http://teacherworld.com/potlesson.html

Parts of a Lesson Activity
http://teacherworld.com/potlessonactivity.html

ABCD Format for Specific Learning Objectives
http://teacherworld.com/potslo.html

Action Verbs (LIST OF ACTION VERBS)
http://teacherworld.com/potactionverbs.html

Lesson Plan Format
http://teacherworld.com/potlp.html


Smile...

From: http://www.schooljokes.com/school_holidays/index.shtml

A teacher took her class on a nature trail through the woods. She stopped by a tree and said, "Brian, can you tell me what the outer part of a tree is called?"
"I don't know," said Brian.
"Bark, boy, bark!" said the teacher.
"OK," said Brian. "Woof! Woof!"

 

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Raymond S. Pastore, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
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