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Learning to Teach Inductively by Bruce Joyce

Learning to Teach Inductively

by Bruce Joyce

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The inductive model of teaching is probably the most powerful and essential model. Teachers must learn and master this model that will enable them to build learning communities in which every child succeeds. Inquiry of oneself as a teacher and learning to lead inquiry by students are the two faces of effective teaching, and these authors provide practical, informative advice on developing them. This book familiarizes teachers with ways of leading students to collect and analyze information; build and test concepts and hypotheses; and learn complex skills across the curriculum. Emphasis is placed on teaching K-8 students to read and write and to make the reading/writing connection. Elementary and middle school teachers.

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