TEN BEST TEACHING PRACTICES: HOW BRAIN RESEARCH AND LEARNING STYLES DEFINE TEACHING COMPETENCIES by Donna Walker Tileston

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This book, written in 2001, outlines for us the foundational strategy within the local church for building disciple-making believers.
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Engage, motivate, and inspire students with today’s best practices

In this third edition of her classic methods text, Donna Walker Tileston engages readers from the beginning with real-life classroom examples, proven techniques for reaching every learner, and up-to-date strategies, all outlined in her reader-friendly style. She incorporates the latest research on brain-compatible pedagogy and learning styles throughout the updated chapters on today’s most critical topics, including:

  • Using formative assessment for best results
  • Integrating technology to connect students’ school and home lives
  • Differentiating instruction to inspire all students
  • Creating a collaborative learning environment
Book Specifications
Release date: 2010-11-29
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Corwin
Publication date: 2010-11-29
Label: Corwin
Pages: 152
Edition: Third
ASIN: 9781412973939
ISBN: 1412973937
Height: 1100
Length: 850
Weight: 93
Width: 35
Product Group: Book