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Teacher Empowerment Through Curriculum Development

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Teacher Empowerment Through Curriculum Development

Teacher Empowerment Through Curriculum Development Book
Author : Arend E. Carl
Publisher : Juta and Company Ltd
Release : 2009
ISBN : 9780702177514
File Size : 46,7 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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"Teacher Empowerment through Curriculum Development: Theory into Practice encourages the empowerment and involvement of teachers in the curriculum development process. This updated third edition is a must for every teacher who acknowledges the need for empowerment and wishes to contribute to the process of curriculum development in a changing South Africa." --Book Jacket.

Teacher Empowerment Through Curriculum Development

Teacher Empowerment Through Curriculum Development Book
Author : Arend Carl
Publisher : Juta and Company Ltd
Release : 2004-04
ISBN : 9780702156618
File Size : 28,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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South African education faces tremendous challenges - several of which relate to curriculum development. The aim of this guide is to empower teachers to become agents of curriculum change, to make a positive contribution towards the development and transformation of education.

Teacher Empowerment Toward Professional Development and Practices

Teacher Empowerment Toward Professional Development and Practices Book
Author : Ismail Hussein Amzat,Nena P. Valdez
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2017-04-22
ISBN : 9811041512
File Size : 20,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book gathers a range of contributions from researchers and practitioners across borders with an emphasis on theoretical arguments and empirical data concerning teacher empowerment. It propels readers to explore powerful teaching practices that can further advance the profession as a continuing priority in the system when appropriately utilized. Further, it strives to capture teachers’ readiness to improve their professional skills and responsive practices as a form of accountability for their teaching and students’ learning, two aspects that are increasingly being judged by various stakeholders. The book argues that teachers’ autonomous participation and engagement in relevant decision-making activities and equitable access to continuing professional development opportunities are and should remain major priorities.

Empowering Teachers through Environmental and Sustainability Education

Empowering Teachers through Environmental and Sustainability Education Book
Author : Melissa Barnes,Deborah Moore,Sylvia Christine Almeida
Publisher : Routledge
Release : 2021-05-24
ISBN : 1000386848
File Size : 25,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Empowering Teachers through Environmental and Sustainability Education draws inspiration from an empirical study exploring early career teachers’ attempts at enacting Environmental and Sustainability Education (ESE) in their everyday teaching practices. It showcases how a confluence of personal, professional and environmental identities supports implementation of ESE. Additionally, this book discusses key concepts and issues surrounding ESE and the ways in which teachers may claim agency and power to create change in their classroom practices. Drawing from theoretical perspectives, such as Bourdieu’s ‘thinking tools’ habitus and capital, theories of identity, and Foucault’s concept of power and knowledge relations, this book explores how teachers negotiate policies, curriculum and institutional norms to further theoretical and practical understanding of ESE. The use of personal narratives offers new insights into teachers’ agency in creating localised yet powerful change through small and meaningful actions. The purpose of this book, therefore, is to explore ways in which meaningful change can be made in educational settings through these small agentive and yet empowering steps. This book reveals that teachers can enact agency and navigate the power structures that exist within educational settings in order to make ESE meaningful within their classrooms.

Reforming Teaching Globally

Reforming Teaching Globally Book
Author : Maria Teresa Tatto
Publisher : Symposium Books Ltd
Release : 2007-05-14
ISBN : 1873927754
File Size : 40,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This book seeks to raise the discussion of globalisation’s effects on teacher education, development and work, and its reforms and institutions, to a more theoretical and analytical level, and to provide specific examples in the comparative tradition to illustrate teacher policy in the context of education systems’ widespread variability and complexity. The contributors critically analyse current arrangements in teacher education, development and work, and highlight the forces that enter in this contested terrain, the sources of conflict and convergence, and the implication of these for teaching and learning, and for indigenous forms of knowledge and knowledge construction in the globalisation era.

Empowering Teachers to Build a Better World

Empowering Teachers to Build a Better World Book
Author : Fernando M. Reimers
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2020-03-23
ISBN : 9811521379
File Size : 28,9 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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This open access book presents a comparative study on how large-scale professional development programs for teachers are designed and implemented. Around the world, governments and educators are recognizing the need to educate students in a broad range of higher order cognitive skills and socio-emotional competencies, and providing effective opportunities for teachers to develop the expertise needed to teach these skills is a crucial aspect of effective implementation of curricula which include those goals. This study examines how large-scale efforts to empower teachers for deeper instruction have been designed, how they have been implemented, and their outcomes. To do so, it investigates six programs from England, Colombia, Mexico, India, and the United States. Though all six are intended to broaden and deepen students’ curricular aspirations, each takes this expansion of curricular goals in a different direction. The ambitious education reforms studied here explicitly focus on building teachers’ capacity to teach on a broader set of goals. Through a discerning analysis of program documents, evaluations, and interviews with senior leaders and participants in the programs, the book identifies the various theories of action used in these programs, examines how they were implemented, and discusses what they achieved. As such, it offers an indispensable resource for education leaders interested in designing and implementing professional development programs for teachers that are aligned with ambitious instructional goals.

Implications of Teacher Empowerment in Staff Development Toward Reading Curriculum Development Implementation

Implications of Teacher Empowerment in Staff Development Toward Reading Curriculum Development Implementation Book
Author : Marlene Joy Willink Braunius
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1991
ISBN : 0987650XXX
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Download Implications of Teacher Empowerment in Staff Development Toward Reading Curriculum Development Implementation book written by Marlene Joy Willink Braunius and published by with total hardcover pages 694 . Available in PDF, EPUB, and Kindle, read book directly with any devices anywhere and anytime.

10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know

10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know Book
Author : Jeff Anderson
Publisher : Stenhouse Publishers
Release : 2011
ISBN : 1571108106
File Size : 46,8 Mb
Language : En, Es, Fr and De

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Whether writing a blog entry or a high-stakes test essay, fiction or nonfiction, short story or argumentation, students need to know certain things in order to write effectively. In 10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know, Jeff Anderson focuses on developing the concepts and application of ten essential aspects of good writing--motion, models, focus, detail, form, frames, cohesion, energy, words, and clutter. Throughout the book, Jeff provides dozens of model texts, both fiction and nonfiction, that bring alive the ten things every writer needs to know. By analyzing strong mentor texts, young writers learn what is possible and experiment with the strategies professional writers use. Students explore, discover, and apply what makes good writing work. Jeff dedicates a chapter to each of the ten things every writer needs to know and provides mini-lessons, mentor texts, writing process strategies, and classroom tips that will motivate students to confidently and competently take on any writing task. With standardized tests and Common Core Curriculum influencing classrooms nationwide, educators must stay true to what works in writing instruction. 10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know keeps teachers on track--encouraging, discovering, inspiring, reminding, and improving writing through conversation, inquiry, and the support of good writing behaviors.