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Meeting and Exceeding Student Expectations of Teachers: A Way to Achieve “Good” Teaching

Meeting and Exceeding Student Expectations of Teachers: A Way to Achieve “Good” Teaching Larry Cuban – maybe because it’s summer – reposted a blog that he wrote in 2013. The blog is as important today as it was then. The gist of the blog is that a well-managed classroom in combination with high teacher expectations of their students leads to better learning and that students perceive a  “good”  teacher as someone who mostly leads a teacher-centered, subject-driven academic class. A student perceives a teacher as “bad” if they try to be friends with students, use techniques (e.g., abandoning the textbook, peer

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Wiskunde zomerschool

Wiskunde Zomerschool The Johns Hopkins School of Education’s Center for Research and Reform in Education publiceert twee keer per maand een Best Evidence in Brief.

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