9 edition of The intentional teacher found in the catalog.
by National Association for the Education of Young Children in Washington, DC
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-140) and index
|Statement||Ann S. Epstein|
|Series||NAEYC -- #165, NAEYC (Series) -- #165|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||2006939553|
The Intentional Teacher Ann Epstein wrote a book titled, The Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Children’s Learning. This book is about how we, as educators, should be intentional about what we’re teaching our students. Chapter 1: The Intentional Teacher. Spray foam insulation nightmare: What can happen if it's not installed correctly (CBC Marketplace) - Duration: CBC News Recommended for you.
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About the Book. How do preschoolers learn and develop. What are the best ways to support learning in the early years. This revised edition of The Intentional Teacher guides teachers to balance both child-guided and adult-guided learning experiences that respond to children’s interests and focus on what they need to learn to be successful in school and life.
The Intentional Teacher considers how and when each type of learning (child-guided, adult-guided, or a combination) is most effective, and what teachers can do to support them.?This is one of the best early childhood books that I have ever read.
says Sue Bredekamp,?and I have read a lot of them. Cited by: The Intentional Teacher is a rich resource that teachers, coaches, and program leaders can use to fuel conversations about child- and adult-guided experiences and to build knowledge and skills around intentional decision by: Although education professor Robert J.
Menges first published a book on the intentional teaching style back init was not until recent years that the concept took off when other authors began writing about this theory. Educators teach, guide and equip students from preschool all the way through college.
Every. tent in teacher-guided activities and instruction. That consideration is a major focus of this book. The Intentional Teacher asks which type of learning expe-rience is The intentional teacher book to be most effective in which content areas, and what teachers can do to optimize learn-ing in that mode.
It also emphasizes that regardless. The debates are over—or they should be. Epstein marshals research and practical wisdom to get beyond arguments about “child-centered” versus “adult-centered” teaching strategies. With the help of The intentional teacher book book, the intentional teacher skillfully blends both, promoting positive development for every : $ the intentional teacher Download the intentional teacher or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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Excerpt from The Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Children’s Learning, Revised Edition. The Meaning of Intentional In her book The Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Strategies for Young Children’s Learning; Ann S.
Epstein explains, teachers are intentional when they act purposefully, with a goal in mind and a plan for accomplishing it. Intentional acts originate from careful thought and are accompanied by consideration of their potential effects.
reflect on what this term means. In The Intentional Teacher, the author of this article says, “intentional teaching means teachers act with specific outcomes or goals in mind for children’s development and learning.
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Be patient, as many of my goals as a teacher will take years to realize. Select an intentional teacher who would be willing and able to be a Mentor. Robert Slavin in his book Educational Psychology, pointed out that in the art of becoming an intentional teacher we are to connect with experienced teachers who are themselves intentional.
The Intentional Teacher book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Choosing the best strategies for young children's learning /5. This book is about how an intentional teacher, like the one in this opening vignette and those that follow, acts with knowledge and purpose to ensure that.
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Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller/5(45). An intentional teacher catches teachable moments and is prepared to use them to her advantage, making every moment count.
An intentional teacher will teach beyond the textbook, integrating something more into the lesson. An intentional teacher cares about her students’ growth, not just academically but socially, and uses behavioral issues as.
The Intentional Teacher encourages readers to: Reflect on their principles and practices - Broaden their thinking about appropriate early curriculum content and instructional methods - Discover specific ideas and teaching strategies for interacting with children in key subject areas Intentional teaching does not happen by chance.
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And maybe you'll find the ideas they present useful & go out to buy the book too. Teacher learning influences teacher practice, which in turn has an effect on student learning. Learning (for both. Being the intentional teacher.
In her book, The Intentional Teacher, Ann Epstein says “all this does not happen by accident.” It really is a commitment to building your program through an understanding of growth and developmental needs.
And, this happens on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis. Author: Blog Experts.As educators we must act with knowledge and purpose to make sure young children acquire the skills and understanding they need to succeed. Planful, intentional teachers keep in mind the key goals for children's learning and development in all domains by creating supportive environments, planning curriculum, and selecting from a variety of teaching strategies those that best Cited by: Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Children's Learning / Edition 1.
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