6 edition of You"re One of Us! Systemic Insights and Solutions for Teachers, Students and Parents. found in the catalog.
April 29, 2003
by Carl Auer International
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||188|
Teachers and Students: We're Not That Different. By Peg Grafwallner. At a recent professional development opportunity, I was with a group of high school teachers being taught a mathematics lesson that we were expected to bring back to our staff to teach. one of the presenters asked us if we understood the content. As children begin to develop their intelligence and social skills, parents and teachers are seen as the two main sources of learning. There are differing opinions as to whether teachers have a greater influence than parents on children’s development. While this argument is valid to some extent, it is difficult to say that parents are less influential than teachers to children.
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Leading the activity in this way, the teacher sticks to her agenda, accomplishing her goal of classification of the animal types. However, she shows little flexibility and student focus, one of the indicators for this dimension. Scenario 2 Taking this same activity, a teacher can increase the degree of RSP, while still meeting the goal. Having the answers and solutions is great, but only if students are willing to first put in the work to learn the skill or concept first. For 99% of students, having access to solutions (which goes beyond mere answers) means copying with no learning.
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Systemic Insights and Solutions for Teachers, Students and Parents ", author Marianne Franke-Gricksch speaks from her experience as a teacher and psychotherapist, describing how systemic ideas enable new and effective learning and encourage creative cooperation between students, educators and parents.
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