ELT Methodology: Principles and Practice 2nd Edition
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Classroom Management 4E empowers you to develop an individual classroom management plan that suits your professional philosophy and teaching style. It introduces the Lyford model, a framework that illustrates the many elements of successful classroom management. Using the Lyford model as a scaffold, the authors: – compare and contrast the main theories and models that currently inform practice in Australian classrooms; – explore key practices for creating positive learning environments that will engage students and reduce the chance of disruptions; and – discuss a range of intervention strategies to consider when faced with challenging student behaviours. As you work towards developing your own individual approach to classroom management, engaging stories from early-career teachers help you to apply the concepts to real-life situations. A new chapter on contemporary issues in classroom management keeps you up to date with a wide range of topics that impact upon today's learning environments.
- Presents a comprehensive review of happiness, from conceptual and measurement issues to an exploration of predictors and consequences of happiness
- Explores the psychology and economics of happiness and examines the correlations between societal wealth, productivity, and happiness in different countries
- Offers compelling insights into the ways individual happiness impacts the psychological wealth of overall society
- Features a highly interdisciplinary approach, with considerations of philosophy, sociology, economics, political sciences, as well as psychology
Keys to Success is the best-performing student success book for post-secondary and career college students. The Sixth Canadian Edition has been updated to feature 21st century skills such as building a social networking portfolio and presence, tips for online learning, and developing the expertise that will help you be successful in today’s job market. Increased coverage of reading and information literacy, memory and studying, listening and note taking, and financial literacy address the issues incoming post-secondary students struggle with most.
About the Author
Carol Carter is founder of LifeBound, a career coaching company that offers individual coaching sessions and seminars for high school students, college students, and career seekers. She has written Majoring in the Rest of Your Life: Career Secrets for College Students, and Majoring in High School. She has also co-authored Keys to Preparing for College, Keys to College Studying, The Career Tool Kit, Keys to Career Success, Keys to Study Skills, Keys to Thinking and Learning, and Keys to Success. She has taught welfare-to-work classes, team taught in the La Familia Scholars Program at the Community College of Denver, and conducted numerous workshops for students and faculty around the country. Carol is a national college and career expert and is interviewed regularly for print, radio, and television news programs. In addition to working with students of all ages, Carol thrives on foreign travel and culture; she is fortunate enough to have been a guest in more than 40 foreign countries. Please visit her website and write her at www.lifebound.com.
Joyce Bishop holds a Ph.D. in psychology and has taught for more than 20 years, receiving a number of honours, including Teacher of the Year for 1995 and 2000. For five years she has been voted “favorite teacher” by the student body and Honor Society at Golden West College, Huntington Beach, California, where she has taught since 1987 and is a tenured professor. She worked with a federal grant to establish Learning Communities and Workplace Learning in her district, and she has developed workshops and trained faculty in cooperative learning, active learning, multiple intelligences, workplace relevancy, learning styles, authentic assessment, team building, and the development of learning communities. Joyce is currently teaching on-line and multimedia classes, and she trains other faculty to teach on-line in her district and region of 21 colleges. She co-authored Keys to College Studying, Keys to Success, Keys to Thinking and Learning, and Keys to Study Skills. Joyce is the lead academic of the Keys to Lifelong Learning Telecourse, distributed by Dallas Telelearning.
Sarah Lyman Kravits comes from a family of educators and has long cultivated an interest in educational development. She co-authored Keys to College Studying, The Career Tool Kit, Keys to Success, Keys to Thinking and Learning, and Keys to Study Skills, and has served as program director for LifeSkills, Inc., a non-profit organization that aims to further the career and personal development of high school students. In that capacity she helped to formulate both curricular and organizational elements of the program, working closely with instructors as well as members of the business community. She has also given faculty workshops in critical thinking. Sarah holds a B.A. in English and drama from the University of Virginia, where she was a Jefferson Scholar; and an M.F.A. from Catholic University.
Peter J. Maurin received his Master’s degree in sociology from McMaster University in 1992. He currently teaches in the Media Studies Department at Mohawk College in Hamilton, Ontario. He has been a student advisor for the General Arts and Science Program at Mohawk, and has taught at Seneca College, Niagara College, and Brock University. The fifth Canadian edition of Keys to Success is Peter’s tenth book for Pearson Education. Besides teaching, Peter is a professional communicator: he is a freelance writer and broadcaster, logging more than 20 years on the air for several radio stations in Ontario.
Elementary Social Studies: A Practical Guide, Eighth Edition, clearly presents, in a friendly tone, the essential content and methods for teaching social studies in the K-8 classroom, while reflecting on the recent trends in technology, teaching English Language Learners, and meeting the needs of diverse students. This brief, but thorough text deals with the various social studies disciplines in a way that reflects the field’s greater focus on teaching history, geography, economics, and civic education. The content focuses on central concerns in teaching social studies in a standards-based environment, and prepares new teachers to successfully implement a social studies curriculum with concepts, strategies, and values relevant to elementary and middle grades.
This edition has been thoroughly updated to include new content on technology (podcasts, blogs, e-books), a focus on teaching English Learners, and meeting the needs of diverse students. The text also features full chapters in history, civic education, geography, and economics with multiple activities to show how these subjects can be taught in a creative and engaging way to help all students to think and act as democratic citizens.
About the Author
June R. Chapin is Professor of Education at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, California. A former public school teacher, including teaching in the Chicago Public Schools, she is the author or co-author of over a dozen textbooks ranging from the fourth grade to the university-level. Citizenship education is her greatest interest including, including research on voting and community participation of social studies students from the eighth grade to young adults.