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Leercoaching In Het Mbo 1 2 Deelnemer


Leercoaching In Het Mbo 1 2 Deelnemer
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Author : J. Hoeven
language : en
Publisher: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
Release Date : 2008-02



Leercoaching In Het Mbo 1 2 Deelnemer written by J. Hoeven and has been published by Bohn Stafleu van Loghum this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-02 with categories.




Teacher Professional Development For Improving Quality Of Teaching


Teacher Professional Development For Improving Quality Of Teaching
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Author : Bert Creemers
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-11-05



Teacher Professional Development For Improving Quality Of Teaching written by Bert Creemers and has been published by Springer Science & Business Media this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2012-11-05 with Education categories.


This book makes a major contribution to knowledge and theory by drawing implications of teacher effectiveness research for the field of teacher training and professional development. The first part of the book provides a critical review of research on teacher training and professional development and illustrates the limitations of the main approaches to teacher development such as the competence-based and the holistic approach. A dynamic perspective to policy and practice in teacher training and professional development is advocated. The second part of the book provides a critical review of research on teacher effectiveness. The main phases of this field of research are analysed. It is pointed out that teacher factors are presented as being in opposition to one another. An integrated approach in defining quality of teaching is adopted. The importance of taking into account findings of studies investigating differential teacher effectiveness is argued. Another significant limitation of this field of research is that the whole process of searching for teacher effectiveness factor was not able to have a significant impact upon teacher training and professional development. For this reason it is advocated that teacher training and professional development should be focused on how to address grouping of specific teacher factors associated with student learning and on how to help teachers improve their teaching skills by moving from using skills associated with direct teaching only to more advanced skills concerned with new teaching approaches and differentiation of teaching. The book refers to studies conducted in different countries illustrating how the proposed approach can be used by policy and practice in teacher education. Specifically, the book provides evidence supporting the validity of the theoretical framework upon which this approach is based. Moreover, experimental and longitudinal studies supporting the use of this approach for improvement purposes are presented and suggestions for further research utilising and expanding the Dynamic Approach for teacher training and professional development are provided.

Leercoaching In Het Hbo Student


Leercoaching In Het Hbo Student
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Author : Jette Van Der Hoeven
language : en
Publisher: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
Release Date : 2007-06



Leercoaching In Het Hbo Student written by Jette Van Der Hoeven and has been published by Bohn Stafleu van Loghum this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007-06 with categories.




Interpreting Communicative Language Teaching


Interpreting Communicative Language Teaching
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Author : Sandra J. Savignon
language : en
Publisher: Yale University Press
Release Date : 2008-10-01



Interpreting Communicative Language Teaching written by Sandra J. Savignon and has been published by Yale University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-10-01 with Foreign Language Study categories.


The emergence of English as a global language, along with technological innovations and the growing need for learner autonomy, is changing language teaching rapidly and profoundly. With these changes come new demands and challenges for teaching education programs. This authoritative collection of writings highlights some of the best work being done today in the United States and abroad to make communicative competence an attainable goal. The contributors examine what has come to be known as communicative language teaching, or CLT, from the perspectives of teachers and teacher educators. The book documents current reform initiatives in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and continental Europe to provide a global perspective on language teaching for communicative competence. Four major themes recur throughout the volume: the multifaceted nature of language teaching; the highly contextualized nature of CLT; the futility of defining a “native speaker” in the postcolonial, postmodern world; and the overwhelming influence of high-stakes tests on language teaching. The book is a useful and valuable tool for language teachers, teacher educators, and policymakers.

The Power Of Peer Feedback


The Power Of Peer Feedback
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Author : Jos J.M. Baeten, PhD
language : en
Publisher: Eburon Academic Publishers
Release Date : 2016-09-20



The Power Of Peer Feedback written by Jos J.M. Baeten, PhD and has been published by Eburon Academic Publishers this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2016-09-20 with Education categories.


Does the use of the Internet in any way contribute to a student’s learning process, and if yes, precisely what added value does this represent? This question – and more specifically the attempt to answer it – is what lies at the heart of this dissertation, which considers the issue from a number of perspectives based on experiences, opinions and academic theories. This is done through the analysis of a new and innovative educational concept: Virtual Action Learning. Virtual Action Learning (VAL) is an educational concept that was designed to connect with the personal learning environments of people who live in a world where technology and social media play a dominant role. In other words, a world in which information is processed in an interactive and visual manner within the context of ever-changing situations and processes that demand ever higher levels of individual responsibility. The application of VAL concerns a way of learning that is different from what is common: VAL is based on social-constructivist learning theory in combination with an intensive use of ICT in the student's learning process. This takes place in the Virtual Learning Community (VLC), an electronic learning environment developed to support the learning process. In addition to the educational characteristics of the VAL concept, a managerial perspective can be distinguished that involves the way in which schools and universities organise their processes in order to facilitate learning. This process approach, born in the nineteen-nineties, is grounded in a number of business theories. The VAL concept distinguishes three primary processes: the learning process, for which the student carries responsibility, and the processes related to teaching and assessment, for which the instructor is held responsible. With the help of design principles that are firmly based on theory, we first describe the way in which the learning process evolves. The ensuing assessment process is closely linked with the educational process, but is first and foremost geared towards the learning process of individual students. By connecting the above-mentioned process activities via a Feedback and Reflection Cycle, it becomes possible to establish a strong connection between a course’s contents and its related competences. To achieve this, we need to ensure that - throughout the course - participants are continuously engaged in a Meaningful Dialogue: interaction and the mutual exchange of constructive feedback, not only among students themselves, but also among students and their teachers. This is partly done in the VLC and partly during meetings held at school, a process for which new (virtual) educational forms have been designed and which focuses on the power of feedback provided and received by students on their specific learning products in the VLC. Within the VAL concept, the Meaningful Dialogue is considered to be the measure of good quality education that is supported by ICT.

Evalueren


Evalueren
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Author : Elke Struyf
language : nl
Publisher: Leuven University Press
Release Date : 2000



Evalueren written by Elke Struyf and has been published by Leuven University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2000 with categories.




The Power Of Technology For Learning


The Power Of Technology For Learning
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Author : Noah P. Barsky
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2008-09-23



The Power Of Technology For Learning written by Noah P. Barsky and has been published by Springer Science & Business Media this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-09-23 with Education categories.


In today’s dynamic global business environment where knowledge is a main asset and learning becomes the most important process, Business Education needs to employ the right practices to develop future leaders. Businesses require graduates that become true experts. But can business schools indeed create learning experiences that address the needs of the global marketplace? Can they teach students to build learning organizations? The articles in this volume detail successful approaches developed by business educators and researchers. The approaches have been implemented to solve real problems and to provide students with the ethical and analytical abilities they will need to both compete and contribute to the betterment of others. The thematic part of this volume focuses on the potential of interactive on-line activities to promote business and economics education. They demonstrate the benefits that learning technologies can bring and show how to overcome potential problem issues.