3 edition of The competent classroom found in the catalog.
Describes the cross-disciplinary journey of two high school teachers trying to align curriculum, assessment, and performance standards in their classrooms. With a focus on the importance of constantly inspiring students, the authors troubleshoot issues surrounding content standards, instructional objectives, and the aims of curriculum.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 113) and index.
|Statement||Allison Zmuda and Mary Tomaino ; foreword by Patricia Wasley|
|Series||The series on school reform, The series on school reform|
|LC Classifications||LB1607.5 .Z68 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 119 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
|ISBN 10||0807740225, 0810620847|
|ISBN 10||9780807740224, 9780810620841|
|LC Control Number||00050314|
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At this point, an essential theme of the morning came through clearly, as Moore made it sound fairly simple: you get to know your students and community. You know your subject and how to teach it to those specific students.online model rather than a group-paced, classroom setting.
The requirements for support and encouraging student retention and persistence rely heavily on personalized coaching and tutoring models. Progress and tracking data help team members pinpoint which students need help and when.