Effective Teaching, Effective Learning
Making the Personality Connection in your ClassroomBook - 1995
Drawing on contemporary psychological insights, this book shows how both teaching and learning styles are rooted in the dynamics of personality. By opening the door to a whole range of teaching techniques addressing the personality needs of different students, Effective Teaching, Effective Learning will prove an invaluable aid to classroom teachers, parents, school psychologists, counselors, administrators, and all those concerned with contemporary educational issues. Filled with practical, concrete suggestions, this book: clarifies the strengths and weaknesses of different teaching and learning styles, helps teachers get more satisfaction out of teaching by identifying new ways to reach students with various learning styles, matches the different types of learners with the teaching approaches and materials most likely to work for them, provides specific steps for handling conflict, discipline, and academic and interpersonal issues.
Publisher: Palo Alto, CA : Davies-Black Publishing, c1995
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 371.3 F171
Characteristics: xvi, 328 p. ; 23 cm