How to manage a class is probably the major worry of all teachers in training and young teachers new to the job. This book shows how psychological principles, strategies and tools can be applied to improve classroom practice. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Milton Keynes [Buckinghamshire] ; Philadelphia : Open University Press, 1987.
Book — xi, 148 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
First principles: learning and teaching - a behaviourial view-- task analysis-- direct instruction-- precision teaching-- curriculum based assessment. Designing the curriculum: task analysis and curriculum development-- direct instruction and curriculum development-- evaluating and adapting published materials. Deciding what to teach an dhow to reach: placement on the curriculum-- deciding how to teach. Looking at children's progress: collecting the data - task specification and probe design-- collecting the data - recording daily progress-- collecting the data - charting daily progress-- making sense of the data-- getting back on course for success - making programme changes.