A practical guide to effective teaching for educators in all instructional settings, this account provides an introduction to nine teaching strategies considered to be . Effective Teaching Strategies: Lessons from Research and Practice. Front Cover. Roy Killen. Social Science Press, – Classroom management – pages. This text describes teaching strategies that can be used by teachers and trainers in all instructional settings: primary, secondary and vocational as well as Effective Teaching Strategies: Lessons from Research and Practice. By Roy Killen.

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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Our customer reviews This book has been written for effetcive education students and for teachers in all areas of education and training Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, Technical and Further Education and Higher Education.

It is designed to help them develop the skills they need to become reflective practitioners who can make informed and thoughtful decisions that will maximise their students’ learning. The guidelines for each teaching strategy described in the book are deliberately generic so that the strategies can be applied in all Learning Areas, in all phases of education and training, and within the constraints srrategies any curriculum framework.

This book provides a practical overview of nine teaching strategies – direct instruction, discussion, group work, co-operative learning, problem solving, student research, role-play, case study and writing. The treatment of each strategy emphasises when, why, and how teachers might sttategies each strategy.

Effective Teaching Strategies by Roy Killen

Four introductory chapters provide a strong theoretical base for quality teaching and learning, reflective teaching, lesson planning and outcomes-based education.

Three new features have been included in this fifth edition. Each of the teaching strategy chapters now has an ‘At a Glance’ summary that highlights the key reasons for using or not using each strategy.


There are now ‘Review and Reflect’ questions in all chapters and a list of ‘Web Oillen at the end of each chapter.

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Teacher education students like this book because of its clearly written practical advice. Sample lesson plans, Powerpoint presentations and other lecturer support materials are available to subscribing institutions from tsrategies publisher.

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