By Ann Lewin-Benham
In her most recent publication, bestselling writer Ann Lewin-Benham describes 8 strategies that foster intentional and reflective lecture room perform. She provides over 70 novel routines to assist academics learn how to use physique, face, fingers, voice, eyes, and notice offerings to exactly exhibit which means. a few routines are for academics to perform, whereas others construct goal and mirrored image in teenagers. Dozens of eventualities from average lecture room occasions distinction unintended and intentional educating behaviors. A self-assessment allows academics to degree how intentional and reflective they turn into as they discover ways to use the 8 concepts. This full of life and infrequently funny source is a better half to Lewin-Benham’s Twelve most sensible Practices for Early youth Education, and is the reason what to coach and why. This new publication explains how to teach.
- Shows lecturers how one can contain the body’s micro-actions of their teaching.
- Presents “mindfulness” strategies, the vanguard in psychotherapy.
- Includes eventualities that convey the impression phrases have on children.
- Explains the relation among up to date mind learn and the concepts presented.
- Unpacks the effectiveness of the Reggio method of teaching.
“Whether you've by no means stepped right into a school room as a instructor, or even if (like me) you've gotten taught numerous topics at numerous a long time for many years, you can't fail to benefit from this book.”
—From the Foreword by Howard Gardner, professor of cognition and schooling on the Harvard Graduate college of Education
“With her 8 crucial thoughts, Lewin sincerely and fantastically captures the essence of the decisionmaking dynamics from which powerful instructing and studying environments emerge.”
—Carol Brunson Day, Board President 2014–2016, NAEYC
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Eight Essential Techniques for Teaching with Intention (Early Childhood Education) by Ann Lewin-Benham