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Student-Teacher Training And Implementation Of Classroom Management Student-Teacher Training And Implementation Of Classroom Management Новинка

Student-Teacher Training And Implementation Of Classroom Management

5918 руб.
Classroom management is a daily endeavor that faces teachers world wide on a daily basis. It has proved a challenging task more so to the new teachers in the field of Education. These classroom management challenges require contemporary solutions bearing in mind that classes are not static but dynamic. Some solutions that worked a decade ago may not work today. These classroom management challenges have led to teachers going back for in-service training in order keep abreast with solutions that work in today’s classes. It is in line with this understanding that this book has been written focusing on how teachers who have been re-trained are implementing classroom management strategies in relation to the changes in the modern society. Issues that have been addressed in this book touching on classroom management include; planning classroom activities, Organizing of classroom activities, resources required and monitoring of student’s progress. This book should be useful to practicing teachers at all levels and for the student teachers who are in teacher training colleges.
The Essential Teacher Behaviours for Effective Classroom Management The Essential Teacher Behaviours for Effective Classroom Management Новинка

The Essential Teacher Behaviours for Effective Classroom Management

5576 руб.
There are teachers who manage their classrooms effectively; this needs to be recorded so that others may be informed concerning the “best of what exists” in order to improve their practice. The teaching-learning process has far reaching effects and can be used to impact all aspects of student life in a positive way. Quality teacher-student interaction can contribute extensively to helping students overcome the problems they face inside and outside the classroom which contribute to their behaviour. This author describes classroom management from two perspectives. The first originates from what research supported literature recommends and the second, from what is practiced in schools where there is successful classroom management. The focus is on the effective behaviours of the teacher and how they positively influence student behaviour.Effective teachers teach by doing; they consistently model the behaviours they desire their students to demonstrate, this is the major theme of this book.It is my hope that this work will significantly contribute to improved behaviours not only in classrooms but throughout society.
Managerial Effectiveness of Implementation of IT in Business Schools Managerial Effectiveness of Implementation of IT in Business Schools Новинка

Managerial Effectiveness of Implementation of IT in Business Schools

5918 руб.
The world is experiencing a social evolution and the society is metamorphosing into an "information society" with a new genre of workers being created characterized by the emergence of the "knowledge worker". Information technology is blurring the distinction between in- and out-of-classroom learning. With network connections at every seat, the student may be learning "out of the classroom" while sitting in a classroom. For management students this is especially important because they can form connections to real businesses, real business data and real business executives very early in their careers. The goal of anytime/ anywhere teaching and learning means that any space is a learning space and the most important thing is that one can learn at their own pace and in their own style. The benefits of “E-learning” are diverse and numerous. They can be broadly put into two categories: i) Educators, ii) Students. Introducing technology into the classroom will result in more student centered learning, cooperative learning, and increased teacher/ student interaction.
Innovative Reflections of Teacher Training Programmes Innovative Reflections of Teacher Training Programmes Новинка

Innovative Reflections of Teacher Training Programmes

5576 руб.
The book is an eye opener to conduct research work on Elementary Teacher Education with innovative ideas.It reflects different dimensions of innovative experiments on classroom practice and novel Teacher Training programmes.It includes areas like children with special needs,community participation in school programmes,how to boost classroom practice in teaching English,case study of excellence performance of student trainees,improving quality of monitoring Teacher Training modules,how to improve classroom questioning skill.
Teacher Training In Opportunities To Respond And Positive Feedback Teacher Training In Opportunities To Respond And Positive Feedback Новинка

Teacher Training In Opportunities To Respond And Positive Feedback

3274 руб.
This study investigated the impact of a brief teacher training combined with use of a MotivAider that sought to simultaneously manipulate rate of opportunity to respond and positive feedback on students’ on-task behavior during a classroom activity. The goal of the training was to increase the percentage of time the learner stayed on task during the class activity. Three elementary teacher-student dyads took part in this study. An A-B-A-B withdrawal design was employed to evaluate the function of relation between independent and dependent variables. Results showed low effectiveness of brief training and MotivAider as a strategy of increasing teachers providing the opportunity to respond, positive performance feedback, and student on-task behavior. Although changes in teacher behavior were observed, a functional relation was not established. There were several limitations identified in this study related to data collection process, IOA results, and beginning baseline and intervention phases. Suggestions for future research are provided.
Training Needs Assessment Training Needs Assessment Новинка

Training Needs Assessment

4468 руб.
Teacher training programs have been developing in Nepal on experts’ perceptions rather than teachers’ need. Few attempts have been made to develop teacher training programs by adopting needs assessment procedure. This book discusses the concept and approaches of needs assessment. Also, it briefly overviews the development of teacher training programs in Nepal. This is an attempt to assess the needs of secondary school mathematics teacher and suggest the components to be incorporated into teacher training programs. The study result reveals that existing in-service training of secondary school mathematics teacher is inadequate to meet the needs of mathematics teachers and to face the new challenges. So, the training program needs to be improved. Training needs are of different areas, i.e. instructional planning; material preparation; innovative teaching methods; classroom management; conflict management; contextualization of subject matter; action research; remedial teaching; communication skills; need and interest identification; learning process; group work; student assessment; self-evaluation; updating; community skills; teaching particular contents of mathematics.
Pre-Service and In-Service Primary Teacher Training Programs Pre-Service and In-Service Primary Teacher Training Programs Новинка

Pre-Service and In-Service Primary Teacher Training Programs

7466 руб.
The effectiveness of Primary Teacher Training programmes in Jordan was examined using the perceptions of participants in the programmes. Particular attention was paid to training carried out in schools. A mixture of interviews and questionnaire were used to gain information from 195 people (146 student teachers, 11 tutors, 14 headteachers, and 24 mentors) who were involved in the Initial Teacher Training programme and 134 teachers who were following the In-service Upgrading Certification programme. There was general agreement that the school-based part of the Initial Teacher Training programmes could be improved by increasing the period of observation, the guidance given and the variety of the lessons observed. It was felt that the school-based part of the course extended the knowledge and skills of the trainees but that attention needs to be paid to the development of classroom management skills and ensuring that trainees experienced all the subjects taught in the primary age range.
Teacher efficacy beliefs and classroom management Teacher efficacy beliefs and classroom management Новинка

Teacher efficacy beliefs and classroom management

5380 руб.
....classroom managerial problems can have a substantive impact on the effectiveness of teaching and quality of learning. While on overabundance of opinions on classroom management are available from which to choose, many teachers remain certain strategies and beliefs as to what to do when faced with difficulties in classroom situations.Beliefs about how to manage and motivate students as well as initial success in acting on these beliefs may be related to the development of a sense of efficacy for beginning teachers and....
The Effect of Barkley''s Behavior Management Principles on ADHD kids The Effect of Barkley''s Behavior Management Principles on ADHD kids Новинка

The Effect of Barkley''s Behavior Management Principles on ADHD kids

4468 руб.
Barkley''s behavior management principles for students with ADHD developed and implemented in a second grade inclusive classroom through a system of behavior modification techniques are studied in this project. The principles involve the application of some behavior modification techniques in class aiming at teaching the ADHD child self-control, response inhibition and social skills training. The system emphasizes the cooperation of general education teacher, special education teacher and the student. Two behaviors are focused on: calling –out and out of seat. Pre-observations as well as observations during the program''s implementation are done to examine the effectiveness of the behavior modification principles. The results have shown that the system is effective when consistency and collaboration between regular and special education teachers are present.
Effectiveness of Teacher-student Ratio Policy on Classroom Learning Effectiveness of Teacher-student Ratio Policy on Classroom Learning Новинка

Effectiveness of Teacher-student Ratio Policy on Classroom Learning

5380 руб.
This research was undertaken to ascertain if there was effective teaching /learning in secondary schools after the introduction of Universal Secondary Education in 2007. The investigation aimed at finding out how teacher-student ratio affects classroom learning and how far the teachers in Universal Secondary Schools employed instructional materails.Thus, it investigated the extent to which teachers used teaching materials,instructional time, effective methods, assessment, feedback, interaction and their class load to effect teaching and learning. Through an effective research methodology use, this research discovered various shortcomings that are common else where in the world where Universal Secondary Education has been implemented. Then, the book puts forward possible teacher-student ratios,suggests solutions and recommendations for possible implemtation.
Maverick Management of Practice Teaching Maverick Management of Practice Teaching Новинка

Maverick Management of Practice Teaching

4338 руб.
Why is the management of practice teaching amassing general dissatisfactions especially from student teachers? This piece of work whose target readers are assessors, supervisors, teacher mentors, student teachers, practice teaching programme co-ordinators and other educational practitioners having a stake in practice teaching, attempts to respond to the posed question. The book explores the genesis of practice teaching being a scare to teacher-trainees and a solution to that. 21st century makes maverick management of practice teaching indispensable.Learners populating schools and the generation of teacher-candidates choosing teaching as their career, require a fresh and an outlandish, pattern of practice teaching management. Maverick management reorganises, restructures and re-cultures the classroom ecology.Talismanic practice teaching management emancipates University supervisors and learner-teachers from the master-slave relations. With radical, developmental and transformational practice teaching management in place, subjugation and domestication of teacher-candidates by teacher mentors, teacher colleagues, University assessors and other stakeholders become a taboo.
Management of Distance Teacher Education in Zambia Management of Distance Teacher Education in Zambia Новинка

Management of Distance Teacher Education in Zambia

7466 руб.
This book assesses the various aspects of distance teacher education in the five institutions of Zambia. The researcher employed qualitative methods in the collection and analysis of data. The findings concerning the strengths of management of distance teacher education in Zambia were: a recognition by providers and clients of the importance of distance teacher education, an awareness of the challenges of distance teacher education as displayed in their guidelines and a positive attitude towards teacher distance education. The weaknesses were: inadequate student support services, inadequate channels of communication, inadequate training and professional development, problems relating to integrating Information and Communication Technology in distance education delivery, problems concerning assignments and examinations, inadequate records management, inadequacy regarding interactive instructional materials, problems relating to staffing, and a lack of national policy on open and distance education in Zambia. The overall conclusion is that the management of distance teacher education in Zambia is reasonably effective.
Classroom Interaction in English Language Classes Classroom Interaction in English Language Classes Новинка

Classroom Interaction in English Language Classes

4550 руб.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the interaction processes in English language classrooms in Kericho Municipality public secondary schools in order to determine the nature and amount of contribution made to the overall classroom interaction process by the following classroom interaction elements: teacher talk, student talk, and instructional media materials and equipment. The study was guided by six objectives namely: To investigate the nature and frequency of teacher talk during classroom interaction in English language classes, to investigate the nature and frequency of student talk during interaction in English language classes, to compare teacher talk and student talk during classroom interaction in district and provincial public secondary schools in the study area, to find out other forms of teacher, and other forms of student interaction activities aside from talk, and finally to investigate the use of instructional media materials and equipment during classroom interaction in English language classes. Survey design was employed and the target population consisted of English language teachers and students. The study findings are discussed in this publication.
Classroom Management Techniques Classroom Management Techniques Новинка

Classroom Management Techniques

2499 руб.
A complete and essential activity-based guide to ELT classroom management. Overall winner of the 2012 HRH The Duke of Edinburgh ESU English Language Book Award, Classroom Management Techniques offers a huge range of practical techniques to help teachers make the most of their teaching space and get students working in more focused ways. It helps teachers anticipate and avoid problems in the classroom, allowing more time to be devoted to meaningful activities.By analysing the classroom from three perspectives: the classroom, the teacher and the learners, this book presents a ground-breaking analysis of 14 kinds of teacher intervention, allowing teachers to examine the way they communicate with learners.
Experience of Teacher Trainees Experience of Teacher Trainees Новинка

Experience of Teacher Trainees

4631 руб.
The Teacher Resource is one of the most crucial inputs in any education system. Therefore, efficient management and utilization of teachers is critical in the educative process. The aim of any teacher training institution is to produce good teachers. The teacher training college is thus the appropriate ground for making good teachers. It is the place where teachers gain both knowledge and experience of how to put theory into practice. To qualify as professional teachers, students must, of necessity, undergo teaching practice which is also an indispensable component of all teacher training institutions. This study examined student teachers’ attitudes towards teaching practice in rural secondary schools.
STUDENT PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT STUDENT PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Новинка

STUDENT PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

4468 руб.
Management of secondary school students is a complex issue in Kenya. More often, students riot and cause property destruction. This, according to the author of this book, leads to poor examination results and increased costs on parents and guardians. The author argues that no matter how qualified teachers are, or how much money is allocated to secondary schools in Kenya; examination performance will always be low unless a consultative and systematic way of solving students'' problems is practiced. This book provides valuable information that point to the importance of adequate formal preparation of head teachers in regard to solving secondary school student problems in Kenya and elsewhere in the world. The book is recommended to education policy makers and implementers, education scholars in universities and Teacher Training Colleges.
Ronald Partin L. The Classroom Teacher's Survival Guide. Practical Strategies, Management Techniques and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers Ronald Partin L. The Classroom Teacher's Survival Guide. Practical Strategies, Management Techniques and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers Новинка

Ronald Partin L. The Classroom Teacher's Survival Guide. Practical Strategies, Management Techniques and Reproducibles for New and Experienced Teachers

1687.84 руб.
An updated edition of the best-selling book for teacher success in the classroom Designed for new and experienced teachers alike, this thoroughly revised and updated edition offers a value-packed, practical source of ready-to-use tips and strategies for meeting the challenges teachers face everyday while organizing and managing a classroom. The third edition includes entirely new sections on teaching English language learners, inquiry-based learning, building positive teacher-student relationships, wrapping up the school year, and much more. The book also features many new forms, pre-written letters, checklists, and reproducibles, along with bonus forms and reproducibles that are available for free download from the web. Includes tools and techniques proven to help teachers succeed in the classroom Contains new sections on teaching English language learners, teacher-student relationships, inquiry-based learning, and more Many handy reproducible forms, handouts, and checklists Includes access to free downloadable bonus material on the web, including pre-written letters, reproducible forms, and worksheets
Total Quality Management Training in Manufacturing Environments Total Quality Management Training in Manufacturing Environments Новинка

Total Quality Management Training in Manufacturing Environments

6133 руб.
This is one of a very few unswerving research studies of the interconnection between TQM implementation and successful outcomes. The book illustrates on perceived the training in TQM success for a small manufacturing company over a 2-year interval. This company, primarily small in operations, never has been involved with TQM. The data suggests that the company management involvement, the structure of the classroom training and the introduction of Kaizen philosophy have had significant effect on TQM outcomes for this specific manufacturing firm. The research has also discussed some necessary antecedents for TQM success. In particular, top management need to understand the nature and purpose of TQM, its relationship to training, and the potential benefits that can bring after its implementation. I have shown that these factors are significantly associated with perceived TQM success.
Role of Teacher-Mentors in the Supervision of Student Teachers Role of Teacher-Mentors in the Supervision of Student Teachers Новинка

Role of Teacher-Mentors in the Supervision of Student Teachers

4631 руб.
Student teachers on Teaching Practice are often attached to teacher-mentors in schools for close guidance and supervision as they acquire teaching skills during the practicum. This book, based on a case study of a Technical Teachers' College in Zimbabwe that sought to find out whether teacher-mentors played the roles that were expected of them, shares some interesting results. The findings indicate that mentors were generally not aware of the roles that were expected of them and, therefore, did not adequately fullfil the roles. The book, which is a must read for all teacher educators, mentors and student teachers, recommends measures that aught to be put in place for effective mentoring to take place. These include, among others, the training of mentors by the parent teacher training institution and clear communication to the mentors the expected mentoring roles. Above all, mentors expected to be paid for the 'extra' responsibility of training student teachers during their stint in schools.
Practicum in Classroom Organization and Educational Management Practicum in Classroom Organization and Educational Management Новинка

Practicum in Classroom Organization and Educational Management

5576 руб.
This book “Practicum in Classroom Organization and Educational Management” is written for teacher-trainees and those who train and guide them. It combines sound practical advice on Classroom Organization and Educational Management with an exploration of teachers` feeling about themselves and the students they teach.Classroom management is considered from seven aspects: - Brief Concepts of Classroom Management and Organization, Class Record Keeping, the Teacher, Instructional Materials and the Learner, Communication and Models of Communication, Staff-Management Relations, School Mapping and Plant Planning and School Plan, Designs and Constructions.Chapter Eight discusses Practicum in Educational Management which is total (Embracing the contents in chapters one to seven). Classroom organization is an important part of Educational Management.
Teacher Related Factors in the Implementation of ECDE Curriculum Teacher Related Factors in the Implementation of ECDE Curriculum Новинка

Teacher Related Factors in the Implementation of ECDE Curriculum

3274 руб.
Curriculum implementation is the process of delivering curriculum to the learners and is meant to bring into reality the required changes. The quality of teachers influences effective implementation of curriculum which in turn leads to high or low educational outcomes. This book presents results from a study that was conducted in Borabu Sub-county in Kenya to determine the teacher-related factors influencing the implementation of Early Childhood Development and Education (ECDE) curriculum. Earlier research had shown that the curriculum was not effectively implemented. The teacher-related factors hindering effective implementation of the curriculum were: Teachers’ low academic and professional qualifications; lack of in-service training; low motivation; and negative attitude towards curriculum implementation. The results showed that teachers were experiencing many challenges while implementing the curriculum including lack of teaching materials; lack of appropriate physical facilities; low salaries and lack of support from key stakeholders. In order to improve the implementation of the ECDE curriculum teachers should be motivated by stakeholders such as parents, government, etc
Reflections on English Teacher Education Reflections on English Teacher Education Новинка

Reflections on English Teacher Education

7466 руб.
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.
The Evolution of Play in Public School Kindergarten Classrooms The Evolution of Play in Public School Kindergarten Classrooms Новинка

The Evolution of Play in Public School Kindergarten Classrooms

7204 руб.
This study portrays kindergarten teachers’ developmentally appropriate practices in order to authenticate the component of play. Recently, student achievement has been the primary focus in Early Childhood Education, and play is seen as an action that precludes academic learning. The study found that participant kindergarten teachers:(1) have a developing understanding of the positive impact play has on student development, yet they are not aware of how to successfully implement play in their classroom; (2) tend to be more work driven than play driven in their daily activities; and (3) perceive play occurs when manipulatives are made available for student use, however, the activities are largely teacher-directed in contrast to student initiated play. There are gaps between teacher knowledge of how child initiated play impacts learning and the actual classroom implementation of child initiated play. Teachers need development to understand how to use materials to integrate play into lessons. Kindergarten teachers require professional development that permits the integration of knowledge of play and the implementation of play in an increasingly accountability driven environment.
Special Needs Education Training and Inclusive Classroom Special Needs Education Training and Inclusive Classroom Новинка

Special Needs Education Training and Inclusive Classroom

5380 руб.
Inclusive education is advocated since the universal declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Inclusive education is based on the belief that every child has the fundamental right to education and must be given the opportunity to achieve and maintain an acceptable level of learning. It is obvious that the primary responsibility for the education of students with disabilities in the inclusive settings rests on the shoulder of regular classroom teachers. As a result, a positive attitude of regular classroom teachers towards inclusion, and teacher self- efficacy belief contributes for effective implementation of inclusive program. This book therefore, provides information about the contribution of special needs education training to teachers'' attitude and self efficacy belief in teaching in the inclusive settings. This book Provide educational policy makers with empirical data on which to base special education decision as well as could possibly contribute as a feedback for college and university course work needed to help secondary teachers promote success in the inclusion setting.
Advancement of ICT Pedagogic Practices Through In Service Training Advancement of ICT Pedagogic Practices Through In Service Training Новинка

Advancement of ICT Pedagogic Practices Through In Service Training

8496 руб.
Information and communication technologies, (ICT) in education, according to recent and past research, can motivate and engage students and promote knowledge. In this study the researcher attempted to identify the outcomes of the an in service training course on ICT pedagogy for the primary school teachers. He focused on the teacher- trainees’ acquisition and promotion of ICT pedagogic practices and competencies in classroom instruction through an emphasis on any observable changes in the profiles and practices of the teacher-trainees during and after the course as well as the elements of the training that may have supported these changes. Arising from the findings it is argued that change can be associated in particular with the trainer’s collaboration with the trainees in their classroom practice, identification of their diverse profiles, tailoring of the training methods to the identified profiles as well as the selection and implementation of specific ICT tools adapted and modified to the educational and historical context, culture, infrastructure and environment of the teachers.
Classroom Interaction And Its Influence On The...speaking Skills Classroom Interaction And Its Influence On The...speaking Skills Новинка

Classroom Interaction And Its Influence On The...speaking Skills

4631 руб.
As the result of this reserch confirms,the teacher’s much control over the lesson (classroom interaction) was found to be less likely to promote interaction and to facilitate the construction of learning opportunities. So,in Ethiopia where English is used as medium of instruction, (English Langauge) teachers should use ‘teacher –student and Student-student interaction’ in the EFL classroom.Many scholars say classroom interaction, if the activities chosen are on the basis of suitability in terms of language and their (students) age and interest, help learners develop their speaking skills.
Towards a More Effective English Language Teacher Education Programme Towards a More Effective English Language Teacher Education Programme Новинка

Towards a More Effective English Language Teacher Education Programme

6201 руб.
TTowards a More Effective Initial English Language Teacher Education Programme presents a case for change and proposes innovation in initial English language teacher education (IELTE) programmes of the developing world. It urges through analysis of a programme curriculum that the major problem in most initial teacher education programmes of the developing world which results to in-effectiveness of the programmes as demonstrated by prospective teacher trainees' low proficiency and low teaching competence on graduation is a result of weak programme content and the actual training process: the content lacks some basic courses necessary for effective language teaching, and the training approach does not enhance deep learning and transfer of training-room learning into the real classroom teaching. It then presents the proposed revised programme (content and methodology) as a way forward to an effective initial teacher education programme and discusses the rationale for the changes. It lastly raises and discusses innovation issues and implementation strategies for implementing the proposed innovation.
School Leadership, Culture, and Teacher Stress: Implications for Problem Students School Leadership, Culture, and Teacher Stress: Implications for Problem Students Новинка

School Leadership, Culture, and Teacher Stress: Implications for Problem Students

7204 руб.
Contextual factors linked to behaviour problems in schools include leadership, school culture, and levels of teacher stress. Efforts to improve the school environment, reduce teacher stress, and improve student outcomes, often have a singular focus on behaviour management policy. The series of studies reported here present an alternative perspective on the environment-behaviour equation, in terms of the direction of effects from leadership, culture, and teacher stress factors. That is, while student misbehaviour is most often viewed as a producer of teacher stress and school level problems, it could, paradoxically, be viewed as a product. Differences in school leadership styles, as well as characteristics of different school cultures, appear to explain some of the variation in the numbers of students referred for behaviour management. Interestingly, and somewhat unexpectedly, teacher stress does not always add explanatory variance. In the present monograph, leadership style and school culture emerge as the most important factors in student behaviour outcomes, and may be pivotal in considerations of school-based approaches to behaviour management.
Using Technology in the Classroom - The iTEaCH Implementation Model Using Technology in the Classroom - The iTEaCH Implementation Model Новинка

Using Technology in the Classroom - The iTEaCH Implementation Model

7204 руб.
Given the huge amounts of resources poured into making technology work in the classroom, it is surprising to find that contrary to popular perception, the most important factor is not the technology but the fit between technology type and teachers' pedagogical belief that matters. It makes sense that the focus is on how the end-user, in this case, the teacher, is leveraging on technology to enhance learning. Most studies would either investigate the type of technology suitable for classroom teaching or the teacher resistance in implementing technology. The true crux of the matter is the goodness of fit between technology, pedagogical belief and collegiality in the school that determines the success or failure of the technology implementation. Two new terms: 'Technogogy' and 'Teachnology' are used to described the pedagogy related to technology use and the subset of technology that can be used for teaching respectively.
Parent Management Training - Oregon Model to treat behavior problems Parent Management Training - Oregon Model to treat behavior problems Новинка

Parent Management Training - Oregon Model to treat behavior problems

5097 руб.
This book represtents a work which evaluates the treatment effects and implementation of Parent Management Training – the Oregon model (PMTO™) to treat children?s behavior problems in Iceland. The intervention is an Empirically Supported Treatment (EST), and originally developed by Gerald Patterson and his colleagues in the United States. Its main goal is to improve parents? child-rearing methods by breaking coercive patterns between parents and children. The book is built on four papers. The first two papers explored the influences of the implementation and the second two papers evaluated the effects of PMTO in a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in community settings nationwide in Iceland. The main findings of the book are that PMTO led to greater reductions in child adjustment problems relative to the comparison group, which indicates that PMTO is an effective method to treat children?s behavior problems in Iceland and supply evidence for the method?s successful implementation in community settings in the country. Findings also indicate a further need to adapt observational measures to Icelandic cultures.
Impact of Mathematics teacher training programme in Bangladesh Impact of Mathematics teacher training programme in Bangladesh Новинка

Impact of Mathematics teacher training programme in Bangladesh

4631 руб.
This research was conducted in Bangladesh using the largest NGO as a sample. With an use of both qualitative and quantitative approaches, this research discovers that the main finding for the first issue is related to the national policy for teacher training and its implementation. The policy failed to motivate trainees to participate in the teacher training programme. The national policy has somehow created a notion that participants take the training for financial benefit not to meet the requirement of teaching practice. Difference in performance was noticed among the teachers who received training from the NGO and other providers and who received no training. The performance of trained teachers was higher than others. The performance of the teachers currently receiving training is higher than the teacher trained earlier. The teachers receiving training currently remembered the knowledge gained from the training. Whereas the teachers who received training earlier forgot many aspects of training because, according to them, they could not use their new knowledge in their exiting school setting. A number of suggestions were made to make the training more effective.
The Implementation of the Students Discipline Policy The Implementation of the Students Discipline Policy Новинка

The Implementation of the Students Discipline Policy

3274 руб.
Schools are supposed to be safe and conducive for learning to take place. In order for this to take place there has to be serious and effective implementation of the student discipline policy. The discipline of students and how the policy governing it should be implemented is a major concern of teachers, administrators and education policy makers. Having a student discipline policy alone is not enough to having safe and conducive learning environment. How it is implemented makes the difference between safe schools and those affected by student problem behavior. One of the major concerns of administrators and teachers at the beginning of each school year and term is how discipline will be maintained on both the school-wide level and inside the classroom so that learning effectively takes place. The major concern of schools both private and public in my country Uganda these days is how to effectively implement student discipline policy so as to avoid student strikes and their accompanying violence and destruction of school property. Student violence and problem behavior should be a concern of all schools and a well implemented student discipline policy can help to minimize them.
Teacher Education In Kenya Teacher Education In Kenya Новинка

Teacher Education In Kenya

7466 руб.
This book is about the development of teacher education in Kenya from the precolonial time to the present. The status of teacher education and training is highlighted in the light of current practices through a critical examination of quality parameters such as Curriculum Design and Planning; Curriculum Transaction and Evaluation; Research & innovations, Development and Extension; Infrastructure and Learning Resources; Student Support and Progression and Organization and Management. Challenges facing training of teachers and their professional status have also been dealt with in greater detail. The book has recommended major reforms needed for qualitative improvement of teacher education programs and the professional status of teachers as the key determinants of quality in education based on the premise: "quality begets quality". The book will be of great import to teacher training institutions, teachers, policy planners, and researchers in the field of education.
Competency of Student Teachers Based on School Subject at Graduation Competency of Student Teachers Based on School Subject at Graduation Новинка

Competency of Student Teachers Based on School Subject at Graduation

6133 руб.
The performance of good teacher depends upon the specialization of the subject or fields to be taught and professional knowledge and skill, an understanding of educational process and teaching skills. To fulfill the competency of teachers the proper training is needed. This book deals with what should be the educational background to pursue the teacher training and what should be the required qualification for appointment of teachers at various levels.
Teacher Efficacy: Overcoming Barriers to Computer Instruction Teacher Efficacy: Overcoming Barriers to Computer Instruction Новинка

Teacher Efficacy: Overcoming Barriers to Computer Instruction

6426 руб.
Since the beginning of the twentieth century, various types of technology began to greatly affect the U.S. workforce, giving rise to several new types of occupations. The U.S. Department of Labor (2010) projected that the increase in computer-related occupations will continue. But are US schools providing adequate training for their students? Are universities and training centers providing appropriate training for those who teach computer instruction? The evidence has shown that a key to effective student education is how successfully teachers implement computers for instruction in the classroom so that students will find meaning and real-life application. The purpose of this study was to examine perceptions of school teachers about computer instruction. The study found that there was a statistically significant relationship between teacher efficacy and teachers’ perceptions about their ability to implement computers for instruction. Recommendations for practice provide simple tips training programs and universities can use to enhance a teacher's ability for computer instruction.
Utility of the tripartite student teacher mentoring scheme in Zimbabwe Utility of the tripartite student teacher mentoring scheme in Zimbabwe Новинка

Utility of the tripartite student teacher mentoring scheme in Zimbabwe

5576 руб.
The study assessed the utility of the professional relationships of the mentor, student teacher and lecturer in pre-service teacher preparation in Zimbabwe. Using a descriptive survey design within a case study, through questionnaires and interviews on a sample of 80 host teachers, 32 lecturers and 75 student teachers, data was collected from the three principal parties in the mentoring scheme in three teachers colleges in the Masvingo province of Zimbabwe. The empirical investigation revealed that the tripartite student teacher mentoring scheme, though with high hopes of yielding fruitful results, was flawed with gaps and challenges, rendering the quality of the student teachers' school based professional training some-what wanting. Promising initiatives, especially to do with more dialogue between lecturers and host teachers on aspects of host teaching,as measures to mitigate the challenges were suggested.
Role of Change Management in successful implementation of ERP system: Role of Change Management in successful implementation of ERP system: Новинка

Role of Change Management in successful implementation of ERP system:

5576 руб.
Change Management is a critical part of every organization and due to the expansion in organizations, the level of change increases. For managing change every organization has its own methods and to facilitate those methods Management Information Systems (MIS) are used, with more integrated module which collectively supports changes. Moreover Systems implemented in any organization have to be flexible in order to accommodate the rapid advancements and changes. Nowadays organizations are becoming successful because of proper implementation and optimal use of ERP system. Current study evaluates six dimensions, that support change management for successful ERP implementation. Dimensions are Top Management Support, User Involvement & Resistance, Vendor Consultants, Technology Infrastructure, Education & Training and Project Management. Some necessary questions were devised on these dimensions for study purpose and pilot tests, surveys and interviews were conducted. Later on, the gathered data and derived results were analyzed.
Teachers Behavior Inventory Teachers Behavior Inventory Новинка

Teachers Behavior Inventory

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Teaching is one of the most complicated jobs today. It demands broad knowledge of subject matter, curriculum and standards; enthusiasm, a caring attitude and a love of learning; knowledge of discipline and classroom management techniques; and a desire to make a difference in the lives of young people. This study aims to determine and compare the inventory of teaching behaviour as rated by the student and faculty and recommend implementation of teaching – learning needs of the students and faculty.
Teacher-Student Relationship and Motivation in ESL Classrooms Teacher-Student Relationship and Motivation in ESL Classrooms Новинка

Teacher-Student Relationship and Motivation in ESL Classrooms

4468 руб.
The teachers need to understand that in many schools, students come from different cultures and backgrounds and each student deserves to be respected as an individual and their needs vary from one another. Thus, teachers must establish a positive relationship with their students in order to provide the learning opportunity as well as motivation they needed to be successful in both academic and life lessons. Therefore, it is necessary for future teachers to be exposed with such awareness as preparations before they go out into the real world. Past studies have shown that good rapport between teachers and students results in higher student's motivation towards learning. Therefore, through the perspectives of pre-service teachers, this book intends to highlight the importance of such relationship as one of the factor affecting student’s motivation and academic performance in ESL classroom.
Teacher Empathy and Middle School Students' Perception of Care Teacher Empathy and Middle School Students' Perception of Care Новинка

Teacher Empathy and Middle School Students' Perception of Care

4468 руб.
With the implementation of the No Child Left BehindAct of 2001 (2002) schools are challenged byhigh-stakes testing and the need to maintain a highlyqualified teaching force. The focus of discussion isoften effective interventions and strategies toassist students to become academically successful.However, a number of researchers (Kaplan & Owings,2000; Kohn, 2005; Noddings, 1995a, 2005c) have agreedthat there is more to teaching and learning than isrepresented by scores on a single test. Authors suchas Noddings (1984, 2005b) and Kohn (1990, 2005) havediscussed the importance of an ethic of care in theacademic success of students. This mixed-methodsstudy revealed the importance of empathy in creatinga caring classroom environment and challenges teachereducators to provide training and field experiencesthat promote and enhance empathy and care in theclassroom.
Withdrawn children and their Classroom Participation Withdrawn children and their Classroom Participation Новинка

Withdrawn children and their Classroom Participation

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This report is based on a study carried out in one private school in Karachi, Pakistan focusing on two withdrawn children and their classroom participation.Though the teacher had undergone a professional development course introducing her to child-centered pedagogy to enable her enhance classroom participation of all children she was not able to maximize on her PD training for withdrawn children classroom participation. However the teacher created a warm, friendly classroom environment that perhaps resulted to the occasional interaction of the two children with the teacher.
Teacher Motivational Level On Student Academic Performance Teacher Motivational Level On Student Academic Performance Новинка

Teacher Motivational Level On Student Academic Performance

5576 руб.
Teachers have been identified as one of the most important inputs to the education system with a greater responsibility of implementing education policies and programmes which lead to manpower development. The efficient management and utilization of this resource remains critical to the quality of learning outcomes in the education system. Targeted efforts in the past two decades have proven futile in improving the terms and conditions of work for most Kenyan teachers in the public education sector. This book intends to bring to the fore an in-depth understanding and empirically determine teacher motivational level and its influence on student academic performance in public day secondary schools in Nairobi County, Kenya. The study is grounded on Fredrick Hertzberg’s Two-Factor theory which provides a set of ideas on motivation among others. The analysis provides valuable information on teacher motivation to learning institutions, principals, teachers, the Teacher's Service Commission and the Ministry of Education (Kenya) and may be used for corrective measures to improve teacher engagement and student academic performance.
From Reader to Reading Teacher From Reader to Reading Teacher Новинка

From Reader to Reading Teacher

2018 руб.
This text is a self-contained, student-centered methods text that connects reading theory to practical classroom activities. The paperback edition, ideal for introductory courses on the teaching of second language reading, connects reading theory to practical classroom activities. Teachers begin by exploring their beliefs and assumptions about reading and analyzing their own reading strategies. This leads to a critical examination of the pedagogical issues central to the reading classroom, including selecting appropriate activities and effective lesson planning.
Classroom management - management of crisis situation Classroom management - management of crisis situation Новинка

Classroom management - management of crisis situation

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This book aims to be an approach of management of actually crisis situations. It is included the necessity of support foundation in educational / teaching management activity, proceededs to support foundation, demonstration, argumentation, training and organization management. Also, are stipulated the negative consequences of teaching deploying under stress, problems detector, consequences of defective management, parents behavior faced to school activity, specific competences of career management during a crisis situation, management strategies used in educational management activities, resolutive strategies adopted during crisis situations (during intervention program). As currently crisis situation, we can mention the tiredness, overstressing, educational climate declassing, school abandonment, the absenteeism, parents emigration looking for a job, fraud, dependence on computer, ethnobotanical consumption, conflict and negotiation during classroom, the lack of classroom motivation and fear of assestment forms.
A Play-Based Teacher Consultation (PBTC) Program A Play-Based Teacher Consultation (PBTC) Program Новинка

A Play-Based Teacher Consultation (PBTC) Program

7466 руб.
The student-teacher relationship is an important component of teachers’ and students’ classroom lives. The student-teacher relationship influences students’ academic achievement, engagement in school, and peer relationships (Ray, Henson, Schottlekorb, Brown, & Muro, 2008). Positive teacher-child relationships affect the success rates of students across time; more involvement in school, higher grades, and more cooperative relationships with teachers. Conversely, a teacher-child relationship characterized by conflict correlates with lower academic involvement in the school system. The purpose of the Play-Based Teacher Consultation (PBTC) program is to strengthen the relationships between students and teachers on an individual basis. Furthermore, through the application of PBTC, teachers can become more connected to the classroom as a whole, demonstrating more positive interpersonal skills with their students. During the initial application, the PBTC program increased teachers' positive statements in the classroom, reduced teacher criticism, and increased teacher reported closeness with students.
Design and Implementation of a School Management Information System Design and Implementation of a School Management Information System Новинка

Design and Implementation of a School Management Information System

4716 руб.
The school management information system is used in a secondary educational institution to manage the daily activities that take place in a school environment such as result computation, report generation, managing student and staff information which tends to be a very tedious task due to the amount of data that would be involved. The primary goal of this application is to offer a suitable interface to its user in order to simplify and reduce the time needed for information and procedure management relating to different school activities. However the need to automate such system into application software is highly necessary.
Educational Management Educational Management Новинка

Educational Management

7466 руб.
Educational Management is a huge subject with many critical aspects related to Management theories; different approach, and communication, Different types of Management models etc. which make the subject complicated and difficult to comprehend. The concept of Educational Management has been enlarged in modern times. The teacher needs to get an understanding of Educational Management that she/he can use in her/his daily work. Teacher is to teach the student as a whole person and it is here that teacher will find the study of Educational Management as one of vital significance. Teacher will find it helpful at every bedside. If teacher takes seriously their responsibilities even as a public worker, teacher will find their knowledge of Educational Management constantly in use. Again every teacher in whatever fields of work the work must be to teach without the practical knowledge of the Educational Management. The teacher can also apply this knowledge in their own learning and make themselves a more efficient person in every field because teacher knows how to cut out the loss of effort and time, which results from bad study habits.I hope this book is useful for Educational Manager.
Effects of Teacher Attributes and Strategies on Student Achievements Effects of Teacher Attributes and Strategies on Student Achievements Новинка

Effects of Teacher Attributes and Strategies on Student Achievements

4716 руб.
The purpose of this exploratory study was to gain a better understanding of how teacher education, teacher experience, and teaching behaviors influence student achievement in science. Two broad research questions guided this inquiry: (a) whether a relationship existed between both teacher educational level and experience with student science achievement; and (b) whether teacher behaviors mediated or moderated the relationships between both teacher educational level and experience and student achievement in science. As suggested by some researchers, teacher education level and experience may not directly influence student science achievement, but may do so indirectly. Multilevel statistical models were employed to investigate the relationships among the teacher- and student-related factors with student science achievement as the ultimate outcome. An exploration of the mediating or moderating role of teacher behaviors in the relationship between both teacher education and experience and student achievement was the contribution of this study to our existing knowledge in this area.
English World 8: Teacher's Didibook DVD English World 8: Teacher's Didibook DVD Новинка

English World 8: Teacher's Didibook DVD

4145 руб.
English World takes account of the evolving digital environment in today's primary classroom. The DVD-ROM is the perfect tool to complement the English World print materials and enhance your pupils' learning experience. The activities can be teacher-led on an Interactive Whiteboard or projector, or used interactively with your pupils. The features on the DVD-ROM work alongside, but don't replicate the print materials. KEY FEATURES - Complete teacher training package with filmed classes of real teachers using English World in the classroom - invaluable for lesson planning and classroom management - Interactive Whiteboard materials - A complete set of sound files from the Pupil's Book - Testbuilder to create customised printable tests for all levels
Student Prosocial Behavior in Selected Elementary Classrooms Student Prosocial Behavior in Selected Elementary Classrooms Новинка

Student Prosocial Behavior in Selected Elementary Classrooms

7204 руб.
Many teachers struggle with the challenge of managing student behavior in today's classrooms. Government mandates may require that students be placed in the "least restrictive environment" and this includes the general education classroom for the majority of students with special education eligibilities. Teachers who are very experienced in their area of concentrated study, however, may feel inadequate in working effectively with behaviorally challenged students. In fact, almost half of today's teachers will leave the teaching field within the first five years of their career citing classroom management as one of their major grievances. This book provides a researched and systematic approach to classroom management that can be understood and utilized by all teachers. Both general and special education teachers will benefit from the time-tested principles of positive behavior supports to dramatically change the climate of the classroom to a relational, inviting and learning environment.
Teacher Gesture in the English Language Classroom Teacher Gesture in the English Language Classroom Новинка

Teacher Gesture in the English Language Classroom

7204 руб.
This book examines the discourse and corresponding gestures used in the classroom by one female instructor and her students in a university English as a second language (ESL) pronunciation course. Specifically, the observations are of the teacher in interaction with students concerning the subject matter. The instructor and students were video recorded for the first five weeks of an eight-week course, meeting twice per week for one hour. The findings are discussed in relation to the instructor’s embodied practices. The data revealed that the instructor gestured and mimetically illustrated in order to concretize the language. In addition, her performance included nearly constant instantiations of language in terms of gesture. The gestures observed are organized into the different linguistic categories of grammar, pronunciation, and lexis. In addition, gestures related to classroom management are described. This organization reinforces the notion that the instructor was trying to concretize the language and codify it. Gestures in this book are considered in relation to pedagogy. Therefore, not only the gesture types, but also the functions, are discussed.
Management of Schools in India - A Functional Analysis Management of Schools in India - A Functional Analysis Новинка

Management of Schools in India - A Functional Analysis

7466 руб.
While school based management reforms are turning around the ailing the education sectors of many nations,India is yet to fully internalize such developments. Many reports on Indian school education stressed for management oriented reforms for better quality and accountability.This book, therefore, provides,hitherto unexplored,insights into the system & status of school management in India, in terms of the five universal functions of management with school based management perspective. The second chapter highlights the aspects of the planning framework,community participation, academic, infrastructure & financial planning aspects and the third part concentrates on the organizational issues viz.the policies,norms,structures,decentralization,delegation & autonomy. Next chapter analyzes the teacher shortage, recruitment,training,& other staffing practices while the fifth part deals with directive function of the school head in terms of leadership,motivation & school culture.The sixth chapter explores the controlling mechanism through teacher appraisal system, student evaluation & accountability and the last part provides conclusions and issue-based suggestions for policy makers.
Social Interaction in Mathematics Classroom Social Interaction in Mathematics Classroom Новинка

Social Interaction in Mathematics Classroom

4631 руб.
In Ethiopian context, most of the studies on classroom interaction attempted to investigate the interaction pattern using the vast known Flanders’s Interaction Analysis. These studies focused on investigating the freedom and control of the teacher on the learners. However, it is this explanatory qualitative case study which attempted to investigate the nature of mathematics classroom interaction in city Secondary School, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It took the existing mathematics classroom social norms to understand the nature of interaction in to consideration. It aimed to find out and examine factors that could influence teacher-student and student-student interaction from the social constructivists and symbolic interactionists perspectives. This study focused on the nature of interactions that occurred during regular mathematics classroom activities. The study offers empirical and theoretical reflections on the nature of classroom interaction.
The Practice of Teacher Training Via Distance Learning in Ethiopia: The Practice of Teacher Training Via Distance Learning in Ethiopia: Новинка

The Practice of Teacher Training Via Distance Learning in Ethiopia:

7204 руб.
Distance Education has a long history in Ethiopia that goes back to 1940s to upgrade academic status of elementary school teachers through on the job training that was started under the program called Directed Study for Teachers. Though 'self learning instructional materials' were prepared, the materials were not self-sufficient as they should be but went in line with textbooks for regular program. The mode went on since then with a number of ups and downs. The mode got high momentum with the introduction of new education and training policy in 1994 to alleviate chronic shortage of teachers teaching at primary and secondary schools in the country. The responsibility for the training was given to Addis Ababa University (partially distance) and Education Media Agency (fully distance mode) to upgrade teachers qualification from diploma to degree and certificate to diploma respectively. However, provision of the training was challenged by lack of what the mode demands such as appropriate planning, financial support, trained man power,structural set up and management, support service, infrastructure, etc that has been highly influenced by literature and donor driven agenda without...
Management of Student Services: A New Paradigm Management of Student Services: A New Paradigm Новинка

Management of Student Services: A New Paradigm

7466 руб.
The question as to how educational programs are to be managed has long been asked by educators’ students and parents. Educational reforms are seemed to be inconsistent and irrelevant to current needs of students. Few researchers have investigated the status of student services in schools that is why its importance to the life of students has not yet been addressed comprehensively. This book therefore provides a new paradigm in managing student services particularly in rewarding and in evaluation , anchored on the premise that school principals should in many ways be skillful in managing the multifaceted tasks involved in its implementation particularly guidance and counseling and library . This academic exploration will pave the way to the understanding that students in schools are human beings whose lives are affected by the school system and that attending to their needs are the most important element of quality education. This book is useful to the academicians and students whose focus is to undergo educational reform to realize the quest for quality education where students are the most treasured recipient.
Teacher Efficacy and Student Outcomes Teacher Efficacy and Student Outcomes Новинка

Teacher Efficacy and Student Outcomes

7204 руб.
Scholastic Achievement, teacher effectiveness, and school improvement are critical components in our educational system and are interdependent.A powerful variable that has been shown to positively impact Scholastic Achievement is Teacher Efficacy. As individuals, teachers lead their lives and base their actions, including their classroom behaviours, on their perceived Self-Efficacy. Despite the avid interests in this construct and although prior reviews have been conducted, there are still gaps in our understanding of Teacher Efficacy. First, there are potential inconsistencies in the way Teacher Efficacy has been defined and variability in the manner in which it is measured.It is imperative not only to recognize these differences but also to understand the theoretical traditions these differences reflect and their implications for research and practice. Second, we do not understand the nature of the relationship between efficacy and those variables.Therefore, the purpose of the present study was to explore the relationship between Teacher Efficacy and those variables as grounded in a deep understanding of the efficacy construct.
Evaluating Principals and Teachers implementation of Second Step Evaluating Principals and Teachers implementation of Second Step Новинка

Evaluating Principals and Teachers implementation of Second Step

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the implementation of Second Step, a social competence program for the promotion of social skills and the prevention of violence. Previous research suggests that the implementation has a significant bearing on program outcomes; and evaluation studies have identified huge variability in success when programs are implemented in different settings. This study investigated key organizational and individual factors in the implementation of the Second Step program in four Norwegian primary schools. Principals are crucial for the success of Second Step; formalization into school policy was important, but insufficient if not supported by principals’ leadership and management strategies. Teachers from schools with whole-school, mandatory implementation showed greater fidelity, than those in which using the program was optional. Using the program improved teachers’ social skills and made their teaching technique more students oriented. In summary there are too much focus on enabling factors (resource allocation, teacher training, and formalization into policy), and less on factors predisposing teachers to conduct the program successfully.
Perception Of Social Studies In The Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana Perception Of Social Studies In The Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana Новинка

Perception Of Social Studies In The Teacher Training Colleges In Ghana

6426 руб.
Perception on social studies is an important resource for social studies educators and curriculum designers.It aims to help readers to improve their work by broadening their knowledge of the ways social studies is perceived and how the curriculum of social studies can be designed. This book is for those teaching or supporting student teachers. such as tutors and lecturers in teaching training colleges, colleges of education and universities. It will also be invaluable for in-service trainers and facilitators in social studies. The book discusses the historical overview of social studies, the meaning and scope of social studies,content of social studies and the concept in integration. The book provides summaries of research findings and suggestions for curriculum design. The author has many years of teaching experience in social studies education.This book grew out of the his experience and research,
Uncover Level 1 Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Uncover Level 1 Presentation Plus DVD-ROM Новинка

Uncover Level 1 Presentation Plus DVD-ROM

5712 руб.
Presentation Plus Digital Classroom Pack DVD offers a complete planning, presentation, and classroom management tool for teachers. It includes Interactive Whiteboard software, fully interactive Student's Book and Workbook, full video and audio content, digital Teacher's Book and Teacher's Resource Book for paper-free lesson planning, online teacher training and a link to the online learning management platform to track student's progress.

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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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