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Quality in education starts with quality teachers In recognition of this requirement, in this book, we look at the mentoring relationship from different perspectives: not only the potential benefit to the young teacher but also the professional development of the experienced teacher has to be taken into account. Mentoring could empower the continuous and lifelong development of teachers. The learning partnership of the two persons embodies a considerable advantage to promote a single institution's culture as well as the personal and professional growth. The book gives an overview on research results concerning mentoring in teacher education and it is a must read for all teacher educators. It contains case study findings from a study undertaken by experienced educators from a country that is the most literate country in Africa. It places mentoring in education at the hert of quality education.
This book examines the process of Biology teacher preparation in diploma colleges and universities in Kenya. Specifically, it interrogates the appropriateness and possibilities of implementing a quality Biology Teacher Education Programme. Dr. Momanyi establishes that preparation of Science teachers at diploma colleges is better owing to the positive attitudes of both trainees and trainers, high level of management support and allocation of appropriate resources and facilities towards teacher preparation. He observes that, on the contrary, most teacher trainees at degree level have a negative attitude towards teacher education and at the same time teacher training departments at university level are poorly equipped with necessary resources and facilities. The author advocates for equipping of teacher preparation departments with appropriate and adequate training resources and facilities. He recommends that teacher training programmes should, as much as possible, integrate subject content and pedagogy. The book is highly recommended for policy makers in the area of science education, university lecturers and prospective Science and Biology teachers.
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become, within a very short time, one of the basic building blocks of modern society. Educators are finding powerful new ways to integrate digital ICT into curricula and thus ICT equipments and internet connectivity is much more widespread in schools around the world. Every child deserves a quality teacher. In an era of increasing standards and accountability in education, teacher quality and teacher training will be more important than ever. In this aspect Teacher education programmes have the critical role to provide the necessary leadership in adapting pre-service and in-service teacher education to deal with the current demands of society. This book provides a conceptual frame work in integrating ICT among Schools & Teacher Education curriculum. It also enlightens with the insight of review of related literature, procedure of the study & a detailed qualitative & quantitative analysis of the data collected. This book will attract people from many concerns i.e Education, Administration, Management & Researcher. Even a layman can benefit much out of it by reading ICT & its Achievements.
This book is the necessity elementary in nature, being written for Teacher as well as students who are studying psychology for the first time. It is scientifically sound and can give a strong foundation for more advanced study.This book contains chapters as Psychology and nature of learner, Growth and Development, Developmental stage theories, Adolescence, Personality, Individual Differences, Exceptional children, Specific Learner centered techniques, Adjustment, Motivation, Guidance & Counseling. I hope at least some of our teachers develop a keen interest in stimulating subject and will do independent study, going in the end for beyond the scope and depth of this book; I have drawn the illustrations, pictures, diagrams and examples used in this book from daily life. An effort has been made to keep them simple, useful and similar to situations that every teacher will meet in their day to day work. From the point of view of language, the author has tried to make use of the technical vocabulary at the minimum. The bibliography contains a list of some very useful books which will help for further study.
This book begun after the design of a project in University. This has allowed us to better understand all the issues that lead to the realization of a building. In particular, we concentrated on the asylums. What fascinated us in that the Architecture building are not a built translation of a drawing but there are many other fields that contribute. In example, the Diana school has been awarded by the “Times” the best school in 1991, even if the pedagogist played a key role in the design of the building.
Emotional Intelligence is gaining precedence in almost all fields of study. It has more scope and relevance in the field of education. A place where learners meet teachers. In this little world, interaction forms the medium of knowledge sharing and transfer. Failing to strike the right chord would lead to a faulty tune. This book would show some direction to the pedagogic world regarding the role of Emotional Intelligence and Teacher-Talk. This book travels into the inner recess of the brain and comes out with simple solutions for the pedagogic world.
This book draws on a range of sources to explore the numerous challenges confronting the teaching fraternity in Zambia. It emphasises the need to relook the place of the teacher if teacher effectiveness and competence are to be achieved and learner outcomes improved. The book starts by providing an overview of the structure of the Zambian education system. The book argues that the many challenges that Zambian teachers face are a result of indifferent government policies and practices, failure of the teaching fraternity to ensure professionalism within its ranks, and unfavourable societal attitudes. These are all critical factors that impact on the performance of teachers. Lastly, the book highlights the negative consequences that teacher challenges have on the quality and effectiveness of the teacher, the teaching profession and on the quality of educational delivery and learner outcomes.This book should be helpful to policy makers, teacher educators and school administrators and anyone else with an interest in improving the quality and effectiveness of the school teacher.
Donalyn Miller Reading in the Wild. The Book Whisperer's Keys to Cultivating Lifelong Reading Habits
In Reading in the Wild, reading expert Donalyn Miller continues the conversation that began in her bestselling book, The Book Whisperer. While The Book Whisperer revealed the secrets of getting students to love reading, Reading in the Wild, written with reading teacher Susan Kelley, describes how to truly instill lifelong «wild» reading habits in our students. Based, in part, on survey responses from adult readers as well as students, Reading in the Wild offers solid advice and strategies on how to develop, encourage, and assess five key reading habits that cultivate a lifelong love of reading. Also included are strategies, lesson plans, management tools, and comprehensive lists of recommended books. Copublished with Editorial Projects in Education, publisher of Education Week and Teacher magazine, Reading in the Wild is packed with ideas for helping students build capacity for a lifetime of «wild» reading. «When the thrill of choice reading starts to fade, it's time to grab Reading in the Wild. This treasure trove of resources and management techniques will enhance and improve existing classroom systems and structures.» —Cris Tovani, secondary teacher, Cherry Creek School District, Colorado, consultant, and author of Do I Really Have to Teach Reading? «With Reading in the Wild, Donalyn Miller gives educators another important book. She reminds us that creating lifelong readers goes far beyond the first step of putting good books into kids' hands.» —Franki Sibberson, third-grade teacher, Dublin City Schools, Dublin, Ohio, and author of Beyond Leveled Books «Reading in the Wild, along with the now legendary The Book Whisperer, constitutes the complete guide to creating a stimulating literature program that also gets students excited about pleasure reading, the kind of reading that best prepares students for understanding demanding academic texts. In other words, Donalyn Miller has solved one of the central problems in language education.» —Stephen Krashen, professor emeritus, University of Southern California
This book analyses English Language Teacher Education (ELTE) at Maseno University. The work assesses the implementation of the ELTE curriculum at the University, the students’ uptake of English Language and pedagogical knowledge, skills and attitudes and application of knowledge and skills acquired in the actual secondary school classrooms. The book describes in details the ELTE curriculum, its implementation, the classroom interaction by the teachers who had undergone ELTE at Maseno University, and their perception of ELTE in light of their classroom needs. The findings reveal the serious challenges facing ELTE at the University, which reduce the trainees’ confidence in the curriculum design and implementation. Given the fact that the typical Kenyan classroom was found to be characterized by severe shortages of English Language Learning resources in quality, quantity and variety; the ELTE courses were found to be lacking sensitivity to trainees’ classroom needs. This work, which contributes immensely to the understanding of University English Language teacher education in Kenya, recommends a re-think and changes to ELTE specifically, and to university teacher education in general.
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This book is about a study that explores teacher participation in the decision making process in public secondary schools within Garissa district. The study revealed that participation of teachers in the decision making process is by hierarchy. It also indicated leadership style, policies and structures as important factors that influence teacher participation. The study further revealed that teachers’ participation can result to teacher empowerment and ownership of decisions by teachers. The study recommended school principals to develop internal structures that encourage more stakeholders’ participation in decision making in schools. It also recommended policy makers to design and conduct training courses that help school principal develop effective leadership skills that promote participative management.
This book aimed to investigate the attitudes of EFL students and teachers towards the use of Interactive Whiteboards in English classes. It also gives information about how IWBs are actually used in language teaching and learning settings. The opinions of administrators about IWB installation at schools are included in this book. Towards the end of the book, some suggestions are added in order to raise teachers' awareness of the potential of this technology and to help administrators decide whether it is worth investing or not.
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A good EFL teacher is certainly a key factor for effective language teaching but what constitutes a good EFL teacher? Since the portrait of a good EFL teacher is a reflection of students'' and teachers'' beliefs, defining the characteristics of a good EFL teacher falls to both students and teachers. This book presents a comparative look at the Turkish university EFL students'' and instructors'' views on the characteristics of a good EFL teacher. The findings of the study in the book can fill a gap in the Turkish EFL context and can also contribute to the related literature by investigating whether cultural and contextual differences lead to different views of what constitutes a good EFL teacher. Therefore, the findings of the study presented in the book may be beneficial for ELT teachers, language teacher education programs and trainers to improve effective foreign language teaching.
Quality of education is becoming a hot issue in the education community and in the wider society. This book highlights the conceptions of quality education given by different authorities. It also presents the roles of teachers in improving quality of education. In this regard, this book explores the perception and commitment of teachers to the issues of quality of education. Increasing the commitment of teachers is an important first step in the process of school reform.The current shift in emphasis from access to quality and the introduction of several reforms in the education system should also take into consideration the perception and commitment of teachers towards improving quality of education so that cumulative effort of stakeholders will gear towards common goals i.e, improving quality.