By Jennifer Hindman, Leslie Grant, James Stronge
This access within the James H. Stronge Research-to-Practice sequence makes a speciality of the features of lecturers who create supportive studying environments for his or her scholars. by means of conveying a feeling of immediacy, credibility, and being concerned, they impart to scholars in either verbal and nonverbal ways in which are necessary to cultivating a good and efficient studying neighborhood.
In this ebook, Stronge, supply, and Hindman offer a finished evaluate of the characteristics of a supportive instructor. they provide a bridge among research-based theories and sensible lecture room purposes, with templates, making plans types, and different reproducibles. The authors support academics movement towards constructing a studying setting that contributes to powerful educational practices. subject matters comprise: enticing scholars and their households, potent communique, scholar possession of the educational surroundings, and lots more and plenty more.
IN THIS BOOK...
- What inclinations aid educating and pupil studying?
- What wisdom do lecturers have to help educating and studying?
- What instructor abilities are worthwhile for a good studying setting?
- Reproducible assets
- Annotated bibliography
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21 Knowledge of How to Communicate Why Does Communication Matter? It is communication—between teachers and students, teachers and teachers, as well as students and students—that allows learning to take place. Despite the saying that “talk is cheap,” there is inherent value in communication. 22 Teacher talk is how many educators communicate the business of school and the knowledge and skills of a content area to their students. 24 Communication skills relate to the words teachers choose, the tone and nonverbal signals they send, as well as their ability to help others comprehend their message.
This offers an open-ended opportunity for caregivers to share information that they deem relevant and important in the education of their student. Does your student have any of the following on file with the school? , allergy) IEP/504 Plan This alerts the teacher to important documentation. ) Contact Log Date Purpose Person For recording individual contacts as opposed to “mass contacts” such as Back-to-School night. Please return this sheet to your student’s teacher. 24â•‡ ♦â•‡ The Supportive Learning Environment: Effective Teaching Practices Mode Email Meeting Note Telephone Email Meeting Note Telephone Email Meeting Note Telephone Email Meeting Note Telephone students informally meet the teacher.
The teacher indicated in followup discussions with the researcher that the pressure of insufficient time had a lot to do with her push to move forward on a lesson. Thus, it is important to remember that providing individual “well-structured, engaged, and responsive verbal support” (p. 358) requires time. How can this be countered? The researcher recommended using small-group work and ensuring that all students have opportunities to participate and that expectations for all students are equitable.
Supportive Learning Environment, The: Effective Teaching Practices by Jennifer Hindman, Leslie Grant, James Stronge