Informing Instruction with Vignette Analysis
Powerful Professional Growth for Middle and High School Teachers
- Available for pre-order. Item will ship after May 6, 2021
Discover how to improve classroom instruction with vignette analysis, an engaging and relevant form of professional development. The book features a wide variety of vignettes—from across 6-12 content areas such as English language arts, math, science, and social studies—designed to help teachers spot practices they like (or don’t like) and help them to connect the teaching practices described to well-established and research-supported frameworks. Each vignette is followed by an analysis of the lesson, which includes questions, prompts, and ideas of how to continue the conversation for pre- and in-service teachers as well as teacher educators on an individual basis, small groups, or as a class.
Table of Contents
Introduction How to Use This Book Section 1 Grade Six ELA Grade Six Math Grade Six Science Grade Six Social Studies Grade Seven ELA/Social Studies Grade Seven Science Grade Seven Social Studies Grade Eight Science Grade Eight Social Studies Section 2 Grade Nine ELA Grade Nine Math Grade Nine Science Grade Ten ELA Grade Ten Business Grade Ten Math Section 3 Grade Eleven Business Grade Eleven ELA Grade Eleven Science Grade Twelve Government Grade Twelve Math Grade Twelve ELA Grade Twelve Business Conclusion
Dr. Charles H Gonzalez is an assistant professor of Teaching and Learning at Austin Peay State University. He draws on his almost twenty years of work with diverse populations of public-school students, out-of-school youths, and student teachers to inform his classes on instructional methods, pedagogy, and educational foundations. He is on Twitter @BeingTeacherly.
Dr. Paul J. Vermette has been a Professor of (Teacher) education at Niagara University for "a very long time." He has been an author or co-author of 6 books and roughly 100 articles, and has collaborated on many conference presentations, most of which have deal with issues of Constructivism, Cooperative Learning, Social and Emotional Learning and Teacher Education.
Dr. Mary Ellen Bardsley is an associate professor at the College of Education, Niagara University. She teaches a variety of course in early childhood and literacy. A former Head Start teacher, Mary Ellen has presented on a wide variety of topics at local, state, national, and international conferences for many years including NYSAEYC, NAEYC, ACEI, and the NAEYC Professional Development Institute.
Kimberly Alexander is a middle school science teacher in western New York. She is actively involved in the Science Teachers Association of New York State and the American Educational Research Association. She is interested in the promotion of social and emotional learning for all students and has published work and led professional development courses to this end.