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Professional Practice: Wait Times

From the March 2013 issue of Professionally Speaking


Beyond Monet : the artful science of instructional integration

Barrie Bennett, Carol Rolheiser

388 p.

Concept-rich mathematics instruction : building a strong foundation for reasoning and problem solving

Meir Ben-Hur

152 p.

Concept-rich mathematics instruction [electronic resource] : building a strong foundation for reasoning and problem solving

Meir Ben-Hur

 

Great teaching : what matters most in helping students succeed

Robert C. DiGiulio

97 p.

Instructional strategies for middle and high school

Bruce E. Larson and Timothy A. Keiper

323 p.

Inviting students to learn : 100 tips for talking effectively with your students

Jenny Edwards

170 p.

Inviting students to learn [electronic resource] : 100 tips for talking effectively with your students

Jenny Edwards

 

Quality questioning : research-based practice to engage every learner

Jackie A. Walsh, Beth D. Sattes

182 p.

Talking, listening, and teaching : a guide to classroom communication

Thomas S.C. Farrell

106 p.

What successful math teachers do, grades 6-12 : 79 research-based strategies for the standards-based classroom

Alfred S. Posamentier, Daniel Jaye

 

197 p.

Teaching on target : models, strategies, and methods that work

Daniel C. Elliott

211 p.

L'art d'enseigner : pour une intégration créative des concepts d'apprentissage

Barrie Bennett, Carol Rolheiser ; adaptation, Martine Leclerc; traduction, Yanick Beaudoin et Robert Gosselin

410 p.

Des questions pour apprendre : enseigner aux élèves à se poser des questions et à utiliser adéquatement les réponses

Carol Koechlin et Sandi Zwaan ; adaptation, Gervais Sirois et Sylvie Dubé ; traduction, Francine Vézina

149 p.

55 défis quotidiens de l'enseignant : pour chacun, 10 moyens simples et efficaces de réussir avec brio

Kathy Paterson ; adaptation, Jacques Dumouchel ; traduction, Miville Boudreault

89 p.

La rentrée scolaire : stratégies pour les enseignants

Harry K. Wong et Rosemary T. Wong ; adaptation, Sylvie Dubé, Gervais Sirois ; traduction, Laurence Perron

312 p.

 

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