4 edition of Objectives, methods, and evaluation for secondary teaching found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Michael A. Lorber.|
|LC Classifications||LB1737.A3 L65 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 402 p. :|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||95033143|
Price: Is the book affordable for the intended buyers? When a group-evaluation process is used, all of the issues above and others specific to the teaching context can be discussed, and if several books are being considered, a consensus reached on the book that most suits teachers’ needs. The decision may not rest entirely on the book’s merits. After reading this article you will learn about: 1. Concept of Evaluation 2. Definition of Evaluation 3. Purposes and Functions 6. Need and Importance. In every walk of life the process of evaluation takes place in one or the other form. If the evaluation process is eliminated from human life then perhaps the aim of life may be lost.
Learning Objectives, Task-setting and Differentiation clarifies what each of these three skills are and explains their purpose. It explores issues around, and consequences of, implementation of these skills. Practical application is discussed, supported by examples and activities. It encourages readers to assess their own implementation and progress by alaysing the tasks . General educational objectives matched by the educational method of a dissection lab Secondary objectives Further evaluation of teaching .
appropriate teaching methods that best suit specific objectives and level exit outcomes. In the traditional epoch, many teaching practitioners widely applied teacher-centered methods to impart knowledge to learners comparative to student-centered methods. Until today, questions about the effectiveness of teaching methods onFile Size: KB. Gagne and Merrill turned to the conditions of learning. De Block () took another perspective again: he suggested a model of teaching objectives. According to him, teaching pursues objectives in three directions: (1) from partial to more integral learning, (2) from limited to fundamental learning, and (3) from special to general learning.
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The fourth edition of Objectives, Methods, and Evaluation for Secondary Teaching does more than provide a useful guide for planning, teaching and evaluating. Unlike most other methods texts, this book focuses on helping teachers decide what they want their students to learn, how their students can use the information and skills, and how they Cited by: 5.
Description. The fourth edition of Objectives, Methods, and Evaluation for Secondary Teaching does more than provide a useful guide for planning, teaching and evaluating. Unlike most other methods texts, this book focuses on helping teachers decide what they want their students to learn, how their students can use the information and skills, and how they, as teachers, can.
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Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice. Objectives, Methods, and Evaluation for Secondary Teaching (Fifth Edition) [Michael A. Lorber, Ph.D., Adel T Al-Bataineh, Ed.D., Barbara B.
Meyer, Ed.D.] on Amazon. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: 1. Educational Philosophies and Why You Need One Why the Schools Are as They Are Learning Theories and Instructional Models Selecting Instructional Content Communicating Instructional Intent Clearly Classifying and Using.
Description. Thoroughly revised and updated, Secondary School Teaching: A Guide to Methods and Resources is a comprehensive guide to instructional methods and contains many practical exercises for active learning.
This text provides a sound introduction to the challenges of today's secondary schools, teachers' professional responsibilities, thinking and questioning, classroom Availability: Available. Lorber, Michael A. is the author of 'Objectives, Methods, and Evaluation for Secondary Teaching: Supplemental Guide', published under ISBN and ISBN teaching practice and focus on practical investigation and modeling of student-centered and activity-based methods designed to meet the individual needs of a diverse student population.
• engage in critical analysis of goals and objectives, instructional materials, teaching strategies, assessment and evaluation techniques for secondaryFile Size: KB. •Evaluation is based on quality of teaching •Teachers are encouraged to collect evaluations of their teaching •Other •Feedback of feedback–system: A summary of student comments and evaluation, how their feedback will be taken into consideration in the development of teaching •Experiences of teaching and learning questionnaire (OPPI)File Size: KB.
Page 2 of 6 Evaluation Terminology Goal – What you hope to achieve or accomplish Objective – Specific and measurable steps to accomplishing goals Output – Measurable result of a program activity Outcome – What changed or was gained as a result of a program activity Indicator – Used to monitor progress in achieving outcomes and impact Benchmark – Standards by which.
Dowadmi. The tool of the study designed to cover five dimensions: layout and design, the objectives of the textbook, teaching methods and activities, language skills, and evaluation. The results revealed that EFL textbook for Saudi secondary schools needs more development to be more effective in learning and teaching Size: KB.
how of using great many materials techniques, ideas and special skills referred to as teaching methods. Educators like Orukotan (), Onwuka () and Nwana () recommended several methods of teaching at secondary school level for teaching Economics subjects such as discovery method of teaching, lecture,File Size: KB.
Categories of Evaluation Product-Oriented Evaluation. The majority of data gathered in summative evaluation comes from teacher-made tests.
However, writing good tests is a skill that you must learn and practice if the instruments are to yield data of any use to you or your students.
Objectives, methods, materials, and evaluation of teaching mathematics in grades Prerequisites: Secondary Math Education Major with Junior or Senior standing who has been admitted into Teacher Education.
Course Objectives: 1) Formulate a personal sense of what is mathematics and what it means to teach Size: KB. This book on materials and methods for physical education at the secondary level emphasizes the relevance of physical education to the needs of today's students.
The book is divided into seven sections and an introduction. The introduction discusses the search for the relevance of the secondary school.
Part 1 describes the community, the school and its organization, and the Cited by: 7. The Importance of Instructional Objectives in Teaching Before teaching takes place instructional objectives are formulated and set. These objectives are goals set by the national government, by the state, or by the learning institution to conform to the international, national, state, or institutional educational goals.
Innovative Methods of Teaching Dr. Damodharan V. ACCA, AICWA and Mr. Rengarajan.V AICWA Abstract/ Purpose –The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the traditional methods of teaching as well as multimedia teaching and to suggest other useful teaching methods that can be attempted in imparting knowledge to the Size: KB.
Evaluation is a process that critically examines a program. It involves collecting and analyzing information about a program’s activities, characteristics, and outcomes. Its purpose is to make judgments about a program, to improve its effectiveness, and/or to inform programming decisions (Patton, ).
Should I evaluate my program. evaluation. There can be different methods of evaluation. McGrath (), presents some methods of evaluation in his book ‘Materials Evaluation and Design for Language Teaching’.
One of the methods he explains is the checklist method, where essential criteria are listed and systematically checked Size: KB. Start studying Secondary Methods YC. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. As a general guideline for middle school and secondary school teaching, The evaluation of micro peer teaching demonstrations should be based on.Table of Contents.
Syllabus. Unit Plans UNIT. 1 Teaching and learning school 24 UNIT. 2 Classrooms are busy places 38 UNIT. 3 Teacher-centred and student-centred methods 44 UNIT. 4 Lecture, demonstration, discussion, questions, and cooperative learning 50 UNIT. 5 Teacher–student and student–student interactions that support learning in the classroom 58 File Size: 1MB.Particularly, in the secondary school' stage, as a result of the planning of teaching evaluation, the school's administration may have to undergo some teachers to .