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Test Bank For Teach Introduction to Education 4th Edition By Koch

Test Bank For Teach Introduction to Education 4th Edition By Janice Koch, ISBN: 9781544342573

Teach is a concise introduction to education that challenges students’ preconceived notions of teaching in order to transform them into reflective practitioners. Empathizing with the difficulties students face as they move from the college classroom to their own classrooms, revered author Janice Koch invites readers to both reflect on their own dispositions for teaching and look outside of themselves to the demands of the profession, making the philosophy of teaching and learning accessible and relevant. The Fourth Edition emphasizes the changing student population and the role of technology and globalization in the field, while also including the Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards correlating with each chapter’s content. With the guidance of this supportive text, students will gain vital exposure by engaging with professional standards from the very start of their career.

Table Of Content

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Part I: Thinking About Teaching: Making the Decision
Chapter 1: Becoming a Teacher: Looking Forward and Backward at the Same Time

1-1 Looking Backward: Talking about Teaching

1-2 Looking Forward: The Profession

1-3 The Workplace: School Climate and School Culture

1-4 An Era of Testing and Standardization

Chapter 2: Teaching Stories

2-1 Taking the Roll Call for Students and Teachers

2-2 Excitement and Challenges in Teaching

2-3 Teaching and Vision

2-4 Support for Teachers

2-5 Teachers as Lifelong Learners

Part II: Educational Foundations: History and Instructional Practices
Chapter 3: A History of Schooling in America

3-1 An Introduction to the History of U.S. Public Education

3-2 The Swinging Pendulum: Dominant Philosophies Influencing Education

3-3 Educational Reform: Funding, Priorities, and Standards

Chapter 4: What Does It Mean to Teach and to Learn?

4-1 Can Anyone Teach?

4-2 Pedagogy and Instruction

4-3 How People Learn

4-4 Understanding by Design

4-5 What Is a Curriculum?

4-6 Assessment: How Do We Know What They Know?

4-7 Becoming a Teacher

Part III: Looking at Today’s Schools
Chapter 5: Who Are Today’s Students?

5-1 The Students: A Changing Landscape

5-2 Students Who Are at Risk

5-3 Student Diversity: Challenges and Opportunities

5-4 Multiple Intelligences: What Does It Mean to Be “Smart”?

5-5 Multiple Intelligences Are Not Learning Styles

5-6 Teaching the Broad Range of Diverse Students

Chapter 6: Contemporary Trends in Education

6-1 The Inclusion Classroom

6-2 Universal Design for Learning

6-3 The Education of Gifted and Talented Students

6-4 Differentiated Instruction

6-5 Social and Emotional Learning

6-6 The Power of Projects and Problems for Student Learning

6-7 The Achievement Gap

6-8 Creating a Safe School Climate: The Concern about Violence in Schools

6-9 Protecting the Rights of Students

6-10 The Rights and Responsibilities of Teachers

Chapter 7: Classroom Teaching in a Digital World

7-1 Students and Social Media

7-2 Classrooms and Smartphones

7-3 The Problem of Information Overload

7-4 Internet Technology and Learning

7-5 Internet Safety

7-6 The Digital Divide

7-7 Assistive Technology

Chapter 8: The Global Classroom

8-1 Online Education in the Knowledge Economy

8-2 Globalization and Learning

8-3 Teaching in the Global Classroom

Part IV: Classrooms, Communities, and You
Chapter 9: The Classroom as Community

9-1 Building Community in the Classroom

9-2 Preventing Harassment and Bullying

9-3 School Safety and Gun Violence Prevention

9-4 Classroom Community and Goodness of Fit

Chapter 10: Making the Decision to Become a Teacher

10-1 Goodness of Fit

10-2 Getting Started in the Teaching Profession

10-3 Educational Associations

10-4 Build Your Teaching Portfolio

Appendix 1: Building Your Teaching Portfolio
Appendix 2: How to Contact Your State’s Teacher Licensure Offices
Glossary
References
Index