Myths and misconceptions about teaching

Myths and misconceptions about teaching

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Here, author Vicki Snider describes six teaching myths that prevent reform in education. These myths impact all students, but have a detrimental effect on low-performing studentsthose with disabilities or risk factors. Based on her perspective as a longtime classroom teacher and teacher educator, Dr. Snider examines the beliefs that guide teaching practices and she uses current research on teaching reading to illustrate the faulty premises that underlie the myths and their harmful effects on children and adolescents.Barrington, IL: Excel. Meister, D. G., aamp; Melnick, S. A. (2003). National new ... The missing foundation in teacher preparation. American ... MBTI manual: A guide to the development and use of the Myers-Briggs type indicator (3rd ed.). Palo Altoanbsp;...

Title:Myths and misconceptions about teaching
Author: Vicki Snider
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc - 2006

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