Education information for new and future teachers
"No mental tool honed by human intellect, curiosity and experience
can long resist being dulled by simple ignorance or stupidity."
Ideas and Skills for New and Future Teachers
From "how to" information on lesson planning and writing behavioral objectives to ideas about classroom management, as well as descriptions of the advantages and disadvantages of different instructional methods, this section of the ADPRIMA site can be helpful to inexperienced teachers, beginning teachers, and teacher education students. Every attempt has been made to present this information in an easy-to-understand style.
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Here, you will find useful information that will help you develop a different perspective, get you thinking, and perhaps assist you in your efforts to become a more effective teacher, or better student. Please feel free to comment, or ask questions, by sending email.
"Anything not understood in more than one way is not understood at all."
“Learning, regardless of how it is defined, is ultimately the responsibility of the learner, not the teacher.”
“One learns how to teach and get better at it by actually teaching, analyzing results, and using feedback to improve. Teacher education programs do not teach people how to teach; at best, they prepare students to learn the needed professional skills once they begin teaching.”
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