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Teaching for Student Learning
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Table of Contents

1. Teaching and Learning in Today's Schools
Part I. Foundations for Student Learning
2. How Students Learn: A Primer
3. Motivation and Student Learning
4. Curriculum Design for Student Learning
5. Instructional Differentiation
6. Classroom Assessment
Part II. Methods and Models of Teaching
7. Presentation and Explanation
8. Direct Instruction
9. Teaching with Text, Internet and Visual Media
10. Teaching Thinking
11. Concept and Inquiry-based Teaching
12. Cased-based Teaching and Jurisprudential Inquiry
13. Cooperative Learning
14. Problem-based Learning
Part III. School-wide Conditions for Student Learning
15. School Change and Teacher Learning

About the Author

Richard Arends is Emeritus Professor of Education and former Dean of the School of Education at Central Connecticut St. University. Ann Kilcher is President of Paideia Consulting Group, Inc., based in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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"Arends and Kilcher engage the reader in each chapter and provide reader-friendly knowledge and research that can be used by multiple audiences. Recommended for all readership levels."--CHOICE "Arends and Kilcher provide an excellent book for experienced teachers to improve on their teaching practices. !This book is a great resource on learning for any educator. Even though novice teachers do not have the experience, they could still benefit from all of the solid researched-based information this book provides on learning for both students and the teacher. This book would make a great textbook for a graduate level education course."--Education Review

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