3 edition of Looking into learning-centered classrooms found in the catalog.
Looking into learning-centered classrooms
Carolyn M. Evertson
|Statement||Carolyn M. Evertson and Kristen W. Neal.|
|Series||NEA research working paper|
|Contributions||Neal, Kristen W., National Education Association of the United States.|
|LC Classifications||LB3013 .E94 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
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Get this from a library. Looking into learning-centered classrooms: implications for classroom management. [Carolyn M Evertson; Kristen W Neal; National Education Association of the United States.] -- Describes classroom management in "learning centered" classrooms, where practices are consistent with recent research knowledge about learning and its contexts.
learning-centered classrooms. Yet the central question of how teachers manage learn-ing in learning-centered classrooms still begs to be answered. Teachers often compartmentalize “teaching” and “classroom management”activities, defining the latter as a matterof maintaining control of students and their learning activities.
Recent research is revealing a great deal about how changes in educational practices and policies can revamp classrooms and schools to close the achievement gaps and promote excellence in learning for all students.
This working paper examines best practices that shift classroom management's emphasis from controlling students' behavior to creatingCited by: 3. Looking into Learning-Centered Classrooms. Looking into Learning-Centered Classrooms Implications for Classroom Management Carolyn M.
Evertson Vanderbilt University and Kristen W. Neal Modern. Filesize: KB; Language: English; Published: June. Carolyn M. Evertson and Kristen W. Neal examine best practices that shift classroom management's emphasis from controlling students' behavior to creating learning-centered classrooms that foster their engagement, autonomy, and sense of Looking into learning-centered classrooms book by giving them progressively more responsibility, under the teacher's careful guidance.
LOOKING INTO LEARNING-CENTERED CLASSROOMS: Implications for Classroom Management. Evertson & K. Neal. Atlanta, GA: NEA Professional Library. This report describes classroom management concepts in "learning-centered" environments where practices are consistent with recent research and contexts for learning.
This brief is based on an NEA Research working paper, "Looking into learning-centered classrooms: implications for classroom management," by Carolyn M. Evertson and Kristen W. Neal (). "July " Description: 1 folded sheet (6 pages): illustrations ; 28 cm. Series Title: NEA research brief. Evidence for Student-Centered Learning | 9 The concept of student-centered learning has been around for well over years.
Even though it has not been the primary model of design in E public education, its supporters and reformers have been influential in starting and aiding a number of schools across the country that practice student-File Size: 2MB.
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The author's stated purpose for the book is as "a guide for human services practitioners who are learning about case management as they train to fill case management roles.". In the education world, the term student-centered classroom is one we hear a lot.
And many educators would agree that when it comes to 21st-century learning, having a student-centered classroom is certainly a best practice. Whether you instruct first grade or university students, take some time to think about where you are with creating a Author: Rebecca Alber.
Very excited to announce that my new book (co-authored with Garnet Hillman and Mandy Stalets) Standards-Based Learning in Action: Moving from Theory to Practice (Solution Tree) is now available.
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Although a foundational shift from a traditional classroom, a learner-centered approach does not eliminate the teacher. A learner-centered environment facilitates a more collaborative way for students to learn.
The teacher models instructions and acts as a facilitator, providing feedback and answering questions when needed. It’s the student. Looking toward practice from the research side, it is clear that teaching needs to change in some fundamental ways.
I have con-fessed to some of my colleagues that I am glad I am writing this book now and not at the beginning of my career when my skin was thin and optimism unrelenting.
Many will ﬁnd the changes I propose disturbing. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Looking into Learning-Centered Classrooms Implications for Classroom Management.
Article. This book presents an alternative to the “one size fits all” classroom approach. The majority of. A Learner-Centered Classroom Requires Students to Have New Skills One of the basic facts that all teachers know about the learning process is: the one who does the work does the learning.
But being able to successfully do the work in a learner-centered classroom will require most students to advance their learning skills.Catherine Collier is a specialist in the emerging field of bilingual/cross-cultural special education, and she has worked directly with.
a small cadre of nationally recognized professionals in establishing this field of study. She has extensive experience as a classroom teacher with nonnative English learners as well as teacher preparation and research.
This post has been updated as of March As a teacher considering how you want to approach your means of instruction, you (of course) want to employ a method that is beneficial for all of your students.
You want them to enjoy the learning process.