First published in 1999, this volume attempts to draw the literature on school effectiveness and teacher effectiveness together in one volume. Its central tenet is that classroom effectiveness is central to school effectiveness and that there is much to be gained from integrating the literature on effective schooling and effective teaching. Issues discussed include departments, classroom communication and teacher expectation, motivation and feedback.
1. Effective Schools. 2. Characteristics of Effective Schools. 3. Effective Departments. 4. Effective Teaching. 5. Models of Teaching. 6. Effective Classroom Management and Effective Classroom Time. 7. Effective Classroom Communication. 8. Teacher Expectation, Motivation and Feedback. 9. Effective Learning. 10. Managing Effective Schools and Effective Classrooms.
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