Invisible Teaching

Invisible Teaching

This practical book of 101 tried and tested activities will boost performance levels in the classroom by tapping into the secrets of invisible teaching.

Author: Dave Keeling

Publisher: Crown House Publishing

ISBN: 9781845907440

Category: Education

Page: 176

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A book of new fast, fun activities that require little or no set-up to boost the energy, openness and focus of students (and teachers) that promote a positive and focused classroom atmosphere. This practical book of 101 tried and tested activities will boost performance levels in the classroom by tapping into the secrets of invisible teaching. Easy to follow and deliver, the activities personalise learning, encourage creativity, inspire students, develop emotional intelligence and better communication, build rapport and support effective classroom management and ignite a passion for learning.
Categories: Education

The Invisible Teacher

The Invisible Teacher

Author: Marsha Carr

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:844978621

Category: Counseling in higher education

Page: 52

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Categories: Counseling in higher education

Honored But Invisible

Honored But Invisible

Based on extensive research on community college teaching to date, this book examines the nature of teaching and the institutional forces that shape it. It documents teaching practices of teachers who learn to teach by trial and error.

Author: W. Norton Grubb

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415921651

Category: Education

Page: 392

View: 792

Based on extensive research on community college teaching to date, this book examines the nature of teaching and the institutional forces that shape it. It documents teaching practices of teachers who learn to teach by trial and error.
Categories: Education

Invisible Learning

Invisible Learning

Author: David Streatfield

Publisher: [London] : British Library

ISBN: UOM:39015033990857

Category: Education

Page: 210

View: 718

Categories: Education

Teaching as Invisible Work

Teaching as Invisible Work

Activity in that realm of teaching work remains unseen . This is not unlike the kind
of “ backstage ” work that Goffman refers to in Frame Analysis ( 1974 ) . There ,
Goffman describes the work that has to go on in the kitchen to produce a meal in
 ...

Author: Jennifer M. Lewis

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015069224122

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From Invisible to Visible Stories of Taiwanese Hakka Heritage Teachers Journeys

From Invisible to Visible  Stories of Taiwanese Hakka Heritage Teachers  Journeys

Textbooks According to the Ministry of Education (2003), “Each elementary
school can select or edit adequate heritage language textbooks and instructional
materials based on the needs of students' choosing languages.” Therefore,
heritage ...

Author: May H. Hsieh

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469141022

Category: Education

Page: 228

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From invisible to visible: Stories of Taiwanese Hakka heritage teachers journeys is a study exploring teachers views and experiences with Hakka heritage language education and instruction in Taiwan. These teachers are involved in Taiwans current heritage language program and also experienced the Mandarin Movement which started several decades ago. Data for this qualitative study was collected from interviews with 10 Hakka teachers involved in Hakka heritage language instruction in elementary schools in Taiwan. The research findings indicate that the heritage language program reinforces the value of Hakka culture and Hakka identity. In addition, this study shows that the Mandarin Movement demonstrated the elementary schools important role in the cultivation of students language use habits and perceptions toward the various Taiwanese languages.
Categories: Education

Revealing the Invisible

Revealing the Invisible

This book examines and confronts the passive and often unconscious racism of white teacher education students, offering a critical tool in the effort to make education more equitable.

Author: Sherry Marx

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780415953429

Category: Education

Page: 196

View: 448

This book examines and confronts the passive and often unconscious racism of white teacher education students, offering a critical tool in the effort to make education more equitable. Sherry Marx provides a consciousness-raising account of how white teachers must come to recognize their own positions of privilege and work actively to create anti-racist teaching techniques and learning environments for children of color and children learning English as a second language.
Categories: Education

Marking the Invisible

Marking the  Invisible

Any social studies educator -researcher concerned with the theorization or teaching of race should engage with this text in their work." Christopher L. Busey, University of Florida

Author: Andrea M. Hawkman

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 9781641139953

Category: Social Science

Page: 794

View: 274

Substantial research has been put forth calling for the field of social studies education to engage in work dealing with the influence of race and racism within education and society (Branch, 2003; Chandler, 2015; Chandler & Hawley, 2017; Husband, 2010; King & Chandler, 2016; Ladson-Billings, 2003; Ooka Pang, Rivera & Gillette, 1998). Previous contributions have examined the presence and influence of race/ism within the field of social studies teaching and research (e.g. Chandler, 2015, Chandler & Hawley, 2017; Ladson-Billings, 2003; Woyshner & Bohan, 2012). In order to challenge the presence of racism within social studies, research must attend to the control that whiteness and white supremacy maintain within the field. This edited volume builds from these previous works to take on whiteness and white supremacy directly in social studies education. In Marking the “Invisible”, editors assemble original contributions from scholars working to expose whiteness and disrupt white supremacy in the field of social studies education. We argue for an articulation of whiteness within the field of social studies education in pursuit of directly challenging its influences on teaching, learning, and research. Across 27 chapters, authors call out the strategies deployed by white supremacy and acknowledge the depths by which it is used to control, manipulate, confine, and define identities, communities, citizenships, and historical narratives. This edited volume promotes the reshaping of social studies education to: support the histories, experiences, and lives of Students and Teachers of Color, challenge settler colonialism and color-evasiveness, develop racial literacy, and promote justice-oriented teaching and learning. Praise for Marking the “Invisible” "As the theorization of race and racism continues to gain traction in social studies education, this volume offers a much-needed foundational grounding for the field. From the foreword to the epilogue, Marking the “Invisible” foregrounds conversations of whiteness in notions of supremacy, dominance, and rage. The chapters offer an opportunity for social studies educators to position critical theories of race such as critical race theory, intersectionality, and settler colonialism at the forefront of critical examinations of whiteness. Any social studies educator -researcher concerned with the theorization or teaching of race should engage with this text in their work." Christopher L. Busey, University of Florida
Categories: Social Science

The Manifesto for Teaching Online

The Manifesto for Teaching Online

materialities that make such education possible : the physical infrastructures of
connectivity involving cables , routers ... Material infrastructures are often
rendered invisible or marginal , sidelined by a default assumption that the
learning human ...

Author: Sian Bayne

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780262539838

Category: Education, Higher

Page: 224

View: 192

"An expanded version of a document that was first released in 2011 and updated in 2016, the Manifesto presents a critical and research-informed position on teaching online in higher education"--
Categories: Education, Higher

Going Beyond Google Again

Going Beyond Google Again

Demonstrating why teaching the Invisible Web should be a requirement for information literacy education in the 21st century, here the authors expand on the teaching foundation provided in the first book and persuasively argue that the ...

Author: Jane Devine

Publisher: American Library Association

ISBN: 9781555708986

Category: Computers

Page: 192

View: 637

The Invisible Web, also known as the Deep Web, is a huge repository of underutilized resources that can be richly rewarding to searchers who make the effort to find them. Since Jane Devine and Francine Egger-Sider explored the educational potentials of this realm in Going Beyond Google: The Invisible Web in Learning and Teaching, the information world has grown even more complex, with more participants, more content, more formats, and more means of access. Demonstrating why teaching the Invisible Web should be a requirement for information literacy education in the 21st century, here the authors expand on the teaching foundation provided in the first book and persuasively argue that the Invisible Web is still relevant not only to student research but also to everyday life. Intended for anyone who conducts research on the web, including students, teachers, information professionals, and general users, their book Defines the characteristics of the Invisible Web, both technologically and cognitively Provides a literature review of students’ information-seeking habits, concentrating on recent research Surveys the theory and practice of teaching the Invisible Web Shows ways to transform students into better researchers Highlights teaching resources such as graphics, videos, and tutorials Offers an assortment of tools, both public and proprietary, for trawling the Invisible Web Looks at the future of the Invisible Web, with thoughts on how changes in search technology will affect users, particularly students learning to conduct research
Categories: Computers

Going Beyond Google

Going Beyond Google

Explores the world of the Invisible Web--Internet resources unavailable through traditional search engines-- and offers tools and strategies for students and teachers to uncover and utilize these specialized databases.

Author: Jane Devine

Publisher: Neal Schuman Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015078781229

Category: Computers

Page: 156

View: 676

Explores the world of the Invisible Web--Internet resources unavailable through traditional search engines-- and offers tools and strategies for students and teachers to uncover and utilize these specialized databases.
Categories: Computers

Teaching Invisible Culture

Teaching Invisible Culture

This book takes up these questions and provides teachers with practical guidance, advice, resources and information on teaching culture in language. [Back cover, ed].

Author: Joseph Lo Bianco

Publisher:

ISBN: 187676855X

Category: Language and culture

Page: 234

View: 956

All language educators are aware that culture is a vitally important reason for teaching languages. All curriculum statements for languages contain strong references to the importance of culture. We need to offer accessible cultural input to initiate the teaching of culture in language use, while at the same time not simplifying or stereotyping the community that speaks the language we are teaching. This book takes up these important questions and places in the hands of teachers well researched but very practical guidance, advice, resources and information on teaching culture in language. In this book you will find a discussion of what researchers, and classroom teachers, think and do about culture in language education and you will find a rich array of practical resources and advice for enhancing classroom practice. Specific languages addressed are: Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and English as a Second Language.
Categories: Language and culture

Approaches to Teaching Ellison s Invisible Man

Approaches to Teaching Ellison s Invisible Man

Now at seventy-three volumes, this popular MLA series (ISSN 1059-1133) addresses a broad range of literary texts.

Author: Susan Resneck Parr

Publisher: Modern Language Assn of Amer

ISBN: 087352506X

Category: Education

Page: 154

View: 922

Now at seventy-three volumes, this popular MLA series (ISSN 1059-1133) addresses a broad range of literary texts. Each volume surveys teaching aids and critical material and brings together essays that apply a variety of perspectives to teaching the text. Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, student teachers, education specialists, and teachers in all humanities disciplines will find these volumes particularly helpful.
Categories: Education

Fighting Invisible Enemies

Fighting Invisible Enemies

Meriam understood the need to focus strongly on preventive medicine and
education to fight invisible enemies, including tuberculosis and trachoma. In the
past, the Indian Office had generally overlooked the teaching of children about ...

Author: Clifford E. Trafzer

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806164175

Category: History

Page: 392

View: 135

Native Americans long resisted Western medicine—but had less power to resist the threat posed by Western diseases. And so, as the Office of Indian Affairs reluctantly entered the business of health and medicine, Native peoples reluctantly began to allow Western medicine into their communities. Fighting Invisible Enemies traces this transition among inhabitants of the Mission Indian Agency of Southern California from the late nineteenth through the mid-twentieth century. What historian Clifford E. Trafzer describes is not so much a transition from one practice to another as a gradual incorporation of Western medicine into Indian medical practices. Melding indigenous and medical history specific to Southern California, his book combines statistical information and documents from the federal government with the oral narratives of several tribes. Many of these oral histories—detailing traditional beliefs about disease causation, medical practices, and treatment—are unique to this work, the product of the author’s close and trusted relationships with tribal elders. Trafzer examines the years of interaction that transpired before Native people allowed elements of Western medicine and health care into their lives, homes, and communities. Among the factors he cites as impelling the change were settler-borne diseases, the negative effects of federal Indian policies, and the sincere desire of both Indians and agency doctors and nurses to combat the spread of disease. Here we see how, unlike many encounters between Indians and non-Indians in Southern California, this cooperative effort proved positive and constructive, resulting in fewer deaths from infectious diseases, especially tuberculosis. The first study of its kind, Trafzer’s work fills gaps in Native American, medical, and Southern California history. It informs our understanding of the working relationship between indigenous and Western medical traditions and practices as it continues to develop today.
Categories: History

Resources in Education

Resources in Education

It is suggested that the basic concept of the invisible pedagogy in infant schools
is play , which socializes the child while he explores and allows the teacher to
evaluate his development . Theories of learning which are consistent with the ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951T00242910O

Category: Education

Page:

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Categories: Education

The Invisible Minority

The Invisible Minority

Author: NEA-Tucson Survey on the Teaching of Spanish to the Spanish-Speaking

Publisher:

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173017248898

Category: Bilingualism

Page: 39

View: 680

Categories: Bilingualism

Whiteness in Higher Education The Invisible Missing Link in Diversity and Racial Analyses ASHE Higher Education Report Volume 42 Number 6

Whiteness in Higher Education  The Invisible Missing Link in Diversity and Racial Analyses  ASHE Higher Education Report  Volume 42  Number 6

In J. C. Smart & M. B. Paulsen (Eds.), Higher education: Handbook of theory and
research, Vol. 27 (pp. 41–122). Dordrecht ... The chosen: The hidden history of
admission and exclusion at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton. Boston, MA: Houghton
 ...

Author: Nolan L. Cabrera

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119374657

Category: Education

Page: 144

View: 988

When issues of diversity and race arise in higher education scholarship and practice, the focus is generally on Students of Color. That being said, if there are People of Color being marginalized on college campuses, there is a structural mechanism facilitating the marginalization. This monograph explores the relevance of Whiteness to the field of Higher Education. While Whiteness as a racial discourse is continually changing and defies classification, it is both real in terms of its impacts on the campus racial dynamics. Highlighting many of the contours of Whiteness in higher education, this volume explores the influence of Whiteness on interpersonal interactions, campus climate, culture, ecology, policy, and scholarship. Additionally, it explores what can be done—both individually and institutionally—to address the problem of Whiteness in higher education. Ultimately, this monograph is offered from the perspective that racial issues concern everyone, and this engages the possibility of both People of Color destabilizing Whiteness and White people becoming racial justice allies within the context of higher education institutions. This is the sixth issue of the 42nd volume of the Jossey-Bass series ASHE Higher Education Report. Each monograph is the definitive analysis of a tough higher education issue, based on thorough research of pertinent literature and institutional experiences. Topics are identified by a national survey. Noted practitioners and scholars are then commissioned to write the reports, with experts providing critical reviews of each manuscript before publication.
Categories: Education

Teaching for Character

Teaching for Character

Is it possible to teach for character and raise academic standards? This book argues the case for character education.

Author: Andrew Hammond

Publisher: John Catt Educational

ISBN: 1909717347

Category: Education

Page: 104

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Is it possible to teach for character and raise academic standards? This book argues the case for character education.
Categories: Education

Teaching for Creativity

Teaching for Creativity

Teaching for Creativity offers practical advice on how to ensure that this does not happen. This book will help teachers to preserve children's innate creative capacities at the same time as maintaining academic standards in the classroom.

Author: Andrew Hammond

Publisher:

ISBN: 1909717355

Category: Education

Page: 114

View: 843

No teacher intends to teach creativity out of their pupils; no teacher seeks to rid children of their imagination. But the constant need to demonstrate academic progress has created a learning environment non-conducive to creative thinking and creative behaviour. By focusing on key features of the learning environment, this book will help teachers to preserve children's innate creative capacities at the same time as maintaining academic standards in the classroom; it's not either/or, it's and. Practical ideas and activities are offered throughout, as well as references to the Government's Teachers' Standards. Teaching for Creativity is the second book in the Invisible INK series, in partnership with INK Education, that aims to shed light on the 'Invisible Curriculum' and the secret ingredients that really unlock a child's learning potential. Andrew Hammond is an educational consultant, trainer, conference speaker, former headteacher and author of more than 30 educational titles for major publishers.
Categories: Education

The Invisible University Postdoctoral Education in the United States

The Invisible University  Postdoctoral Education in the United States

... institution Faculty time and departmental space requirements for postdoctorals
as compared with requirements for graduate students Percentage of
postdoctorals who teach , by level and type of teaching and by citizenship 15
Contribution of ...

Author: Richard Bertram Curtis

Publisher: National Academies

ISBN: UOM:39015013112639

Category: Education, Higher

Page: 310

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Categories: Education, Higher