Creative Instructional Methods for: Family & Consumer Sciences, Nutrition & Wellness Student Text: Family & Consumer Sciences, Nutrition & Wellness St by McGraw-Hill Education

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Becoming a great educator is a lifelong quest. This new professional resource is designed especially for Family and Consumer Sciences, Nutrition, and Wellness educators-in both formal and informal settings. Its practical approach shows how educational theory is applied in real-life settings. Creative Instructional Methods is both a methods text for preservice teachers and a handbook of fresh ideas and the latest techniques for experienced educators. Look for topics such as teaching with technology, working with at-risk and special needs learners, implementing service learning, balancing career and personal roles, growing as a professional, and building a professional portfolio. 384 pages.

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Title:Creative Instructional Methods for: Family & Consumer Sciences, Nutrition & Wellness Student Text…Format:PaperbackDimensions:10.8 × 8.5 × 0.7 inPublished:June 20, 2002Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0078226163

ISBN - 13:9780078226168

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Table of Contents

Part 1: The Educational Process

Chapter 1 You as an Educator

Chapter 2 The Learners We Teach by Deborah Tippett, Ph.D.

Chapter 3 Curriculum Development and Concept Organization

Chapter 4 Objectives and Competencies

Chapter 5 Designing Learning Experiences

Chapter 6 Teaching Plans

Chapter 7 Assessment

Part 2: Teaching Skills and Methods

Chapter 8 Core Teaching Skills

Chapter 9 Leading Discussions

Chapter 10 Visual Media

Chapter 11 Simulated Experiences

Chapter 12 Demonstrations

Chapter 13 Experiential Learning: Lab Activities and Cooperative Learning

Chapter 14 Games for Learning

Chapter 15 Learning with Technology by Paul Buzzell, M.S. and Stephen J. Pintauro, Ph.D.

Part 3: Facilitating Learner Growth

Chapter 16 Engaging Learners in Thinking by Ruth Thomas, Ph.D.

Chapter 17 Integrating Basic Skills into Your Curriculum by Sandra Miller, Ph.D. and Charlotte Tulloch, Ed.D.

Chapter 18 Motivation, Discipline, and Student Responsibility

Chapter 19 Diversity, Equity, and Special Learning Needs by Mary Helen Mays, Ph.D.

Chapter 20 Working with Adolescents at Risk by Susan McLaughlin, M.P.A

Part 4: Managing Effectively

Chapter 21 Managing Educational Resources

Chapter 22 Managing Youth Organizations

Chapter 23 Community Connections and Service Learning by Marilyn Swierk, M.S.

Chapter 24 Marketing Your Program

Chapter 25 Managing Your Personal and Professional Lives by Ginny Felstehausen, Ph.D.

Chapter 26 Growing as a Professional