6 edition of Teaching for the students found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bob Fecho ; foreword by Deborah Appleman|
|LC Classifications||LB1025.3 .F43 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
|LC Control Number||2011022827|
32 Chapter 2 Teaching Today’s Students Consider No matter how well planned, how interesting, stimulating, colorful or relevant the lesson, if the teacher does all the interacting with the material, the teacher’s, not the student’s, brain will grow.—Pat Wolfe. The part of the book that is perhaps most practically useful is Chapter Teaching Learning Strategies to Groups. Dr. McGuire details an approach she has honed over many years to teach metacognitive skills to groups of students in one, minute presentation (a detailed discussion of the metacognitive skills and evidence for them are provided.
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by Geoff Hart. Previously published as: Hart, G. Book review: Teach students how to learn: strategies you can incorporate into any course to improve student metacognition.