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eBook Teaching Ten to Fourteen Year Olds (3rd Edition) download ISBN: 0321077199
Author: Chris Stevenson
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon; 3 edition (November 4, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 368
ePub: 1238 kb
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As a teacher in the middle school ranks, Chris Stevenson knows what is like to be a young adolescent

As a teacher in the middle school ranks, Chris Stevenson knows what is like to be a young adolescent. The information in this book is solid and offers a n excellent overview of the social, physical, and emotional development of the 10 to 15 year-old. This text stays student-centered, and never does it try to tell you the right or wrong way to teach children. Parents of a young adolescent would find this a good resource in understanding the development of their child

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Presently, he is a professor of teacher education at the University of Vermont. He works with middle level educators there, across the United States, and beyond

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ISBN 13: 9780321077196. ISBN 10: 0321077199 ISBN 13: 9780321077196. Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, 2001.

This book provides effective, practical teaching strategies and activities for students ages 10 to 14. Stevenson links the three most basic elements of middle school teaching - the developmental traits of young adolescents, curriculum, and pedagogy - with ways that middle school methods are unique. This book also addresses three major interactive elements of middle level schooling: matching school to the nature and needs of young adolescent learners; implementing curriculum and pedagogy that provoke student initiative and learning; and the use of school organizational features which are accountable to both students and teacher needs. For middle school educators, or caregivers.

Comments: (2)
Thomeena
Christ Stevenson is well known for his expertise with this age group. They are a different breed and need careful teaching methods to 'get through', A must for teachers of this year group.
Sharpmane
As a teacher in the middle school ranks, Chris Stevenson knows what is like to be a young adolescent. The information in this book is solid and offers a n excellent overview of the social, physical, and emotional development of the 10 to 15 year-old. This text stays student-centered, and never does it try to tell you the right or wrong way to teach children. Parents of a young adolescent would find this a good resource in understanding the development of their child. Although the book is a little lengthy, I would recommend it to anyone looking to become a middle school teacher or a parent of a middle school child.