Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Donald McIntyre, Gordon MacLeod, and Roy Griffiths.|
|Contributions||McIntyre, Donald, 1937-, MacLeod, Gordon., Griffiths, Roy.|
|LC Classifications||LB1731 .I598|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||269 p. :|
|Number of Pages||269|
|LC Control Number||77378015|
This edition , English, Book edition: Investigations of microteaching / edited by Donald McIntyre, Gordon MacLeod, and Roy Griffiths. , Investigations of microteaching / edited by Donald McIntyre, Gordon MacLeod, and Roy Griffiths Croom Helm London Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Microteaching “Microteaching” is an AILDI hallmark. It is literally a “lesson in miniature” demonstrated by participants during Student Microteaching Sessions. During these sessions, individuals or teams demonstrate their lessons in a minute demonstration. Students integrate concepts and ideas from both morning andFile Size: 1MB. A Supplementary Bibliography of Microteaching Article (PDF Available) in Innovations in Education and Training International 21(2) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
APPROPRIATE DEFINITION. “Micro-teachingmaybedefinedappropriatelyasa technique or a device of imparting training to the inexperienced or experienced teachers for learning the art of teaching by practising specific skill through a “scaled down teaching encounter”, i.e. reducingthecomplexitiesofrealnormalteachingin termsofsizeoftheclass,timeandcontent”.File Size: 72KB. MICROTEACHING 77 The sequence of teach/critique/reteach is the classical microteaching pattern evolved at Stanford University, but variations may occur Microteaching programmes may be linear or branching, and may utilise immediate or deferred reteach sessions Figure 2 illustrates a possibleFile Size: KB. Teaching science effectively requires engaging students in inquiry. This new and engaging science methods text, Teaching Science as Investigations, provides a series of carefully developed 5-E lesson models. Each series is standards-based and organized to provide a sequential development of physical, earth, and life science concepts appropriate to use directly with students in K—8 classrooms.5/5(4). Microteaching by C. Turney and a great selection of related books, Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket. Investigations of Microteaching. Donald McIntyre, etc. Published by Croom Helm Ltd (
Research on modelling, practice, and feedback is reviewed and studies of the overall outcomes of microteaching are set against a discussion of conceptual models underlying microteaching. It is argued that despite the many published investigations of microteaching, few definite conclusions can be drawn about its by: Definition of Microteaching: Microteaching is defined as a system of ‘ organised practice teaching’ that makes it possible to concentrate on specified teaching behaviour & to practice teaching Author: Madhuri Kurdi. Investigations of microteaching / edited by Donald McIntyre, Gordon MacLeod, and Roy Griffiths A review and annotated bibliography of the microteaching technique / J.I. Malley, J.C. Clift Bibliography of microteaching with selected annotations / [by] J.C. Clift [and] J.I. Malley. 3. MICROTEACHING: ITS ORIGIN Microteaching originated in at Stanford University (USA). Here, it emerged because of the above-mentioned and other problems. The immediate predecessor of microteaching was the demonstration lesson used at Stanford until The demonstration lesson involves a student presenting a lesson to aFile Size: 95KB.