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by Linda Darling-Hammond,P. David Pearson,Alan H. Schoenfeld,Elizabeth K. Stage,Timothy D. Zimmerman,Gina N. Cervetti,Jennifer L. Tilson,Milton Chen,Brigid Barron


Brigid Barron (Author), P. David Pearson (Author), Alan H. Schoenfeld (Author) . Alan Schoenfeld is the Elizabeth and Edward Conner Professor of Education at the University of California, Berkeley.

Brigid Barron (Author), P. Schoenfeld (Author), Elizabeth K. Stage (Author), Timothy D. Zimmerman (Author), Gina N. Cervetti (Author), Jennifer L. Tilson (Author), Milton Chen (Foreword) & 6 more. ISBN-13: 978-0470276679. Linda Darling-Hammond is Charles E. Ducommon Professor of Education at Stanford University, where she serves as co-director of the School Redesign Network and the Stanford Educational Leadership Institute.

Jennifer L. Tilson, Gina N. Cervetti, Linda Darling-Hammond, Elizabeth K. Stage, Brigid Barron, Alan H. Schoenfeld, Timothy D. Zimmerman, P. David Pearson. Place of Publication. Education & Teaching.

In Powerful Learning, Linda Darling-Hammond and an impressive list of co-authors offer a clear, comprehensive, and engaging exploration of the most effective classroom practices.

Barron, P. David Pearson, Alan H. Schoenfeld, Elizabeth K. Stage, Timothy D. Zimmerman, Gina N. Cervetti, and Jennifer L. Tilson). NY: Teachers College Press, 2002.

Powerful Learning: What we Know about Teaching for Understanding (with Brigid Barron, P. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008. Translated into Chinese by East China Normal University Press, Shanghai, 2010. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, 1999. Recipient of the NSDC Outstanding Book Award, 2000.

Linda Darling-Hammond) Chapter 1: HOW CAN WE TEACH FOR . Alan H. Schoenfeld) Chapter 4: TEACHING SCIENCE FOR UNDERSTANDING.

Linda Darling-Hammond) Chapter 1: HOW CAN WE TEACH FOR MEANINGFUL LEARNING? (Brigid Barron and Linda Darling-Hammond) Chapter 2: READING FOR UNDERSTANDING. P. David Pearson, Gina N. Tilson) Chapter 3: MATHEMATICS FOR UNDERSTANDING. Timothy D. Zimmerman and Elizabeth K. Stage) Chapter 5: CONCLUSION: CREATING SCHOOL. ONTINUE READING.

Linda Darling-Hammond). Chapter 1: HOW CAN WE TEACH FOR MEANINGFUL LEARNING? (Brigid Barron and Linda Darling-Hammond). Chapter 2: READING FOR UNDERSTANDING. Chapter 3: MATHEMATICS FOR UNDERSTANDING. In "Powerful Learning", Linda Darling-Hammond and an impressive list of co-authors offer a clear, comprehensive, and engaging exploration of the most effective classroom practices.

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Linda Darling-Hammond Stanford University School of Education, 326 CERAS Building, Stanford, CA. .

Linda Darling-Hammond Stanford University School of Education, 326 CERAS Building, Stanford, CA 94305 (650) 723-3555 Education . magna cum laude), Yale University, 1973 E. Powerful Learning: What we Know about Teaching for Understanding (with Brigid Barron, P.

In Powerful Learning, Linda Darling-Hammond and animpressive list of co-authors offer a clear, comprehensive, andengaging exploration of the most effective classroom practices.They review, in practical terms, teaching strategies that generatemeaningful K–2 student understanding, and occur both withinthe classroom walls and beyond. The book includes rich stories, aswell as online videos of innovative classrooms and schools, thatshow how students who are taught well are able to think critically,employ flexible problem-solving, and apply learned skills andknowledge to new situations.

 

Shak
This book is an excellent overview of research studies that focus on different techniques for deeper learning. That means helping students truly understand what they are learning so they can apply what they learn to new situations. The first part of the book talks about general techniques including project and problem based learning and collaborative learning. The next three sections talk about techniques as they apply to reading, math, and science. Numerous research studies are cited throughout, noting their conclusions and how those conclusions relate to other studies. Examples are also included. While i have been convinced of the power of project based learning and collaborative learning for some time, I found it helpful to understand the research and, particularly, how the authors bring everything together bringing out the key features that make the techniques so powerful as well as ways different approaches apply to different situations.

Given the focus within education today on test taking and related memorization approaches, it is quite remarkable to see how much is really known about teaching for deeper understanding. It certainly cannot be said that we don't know any better ways to educate kids after reading this book. I just wish the practices overviewed here were more common in schools today.

High recommended!
Wizard
Teachers often search for information with immediate relevance to their classroom teaching. Educators who write books focus on research about learning that sometimes seems to busy teachers too far removed from the realities of daily classroom life to have practical application. Linda Darling-Hammond has edited a book that brings together the best of both worlds: research and classroom reality. Powerful Learning clearly illustrates the reciprocal relationship between innovative classroom practice and what is known about how children learn best. Each chapter is at the same time personal, relevant, and inspiring. Both new and seasoned teachers will read it and feel prepared, not only to try out new practices, but to know exactly why they are doing so.
Levaq
Recommend it.
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Vozilkree
Written in a teacher-friendly style, this book combines research and practice to produce ideas about powerful learning that contradict the movement across the country to teaching mindless, fragmented, and conceptually weak curriculum to children and youth, especially children of the poor and English learners. This is good reading that offers hope for teachers. I am a bit concerned that it doesn't deal much with issues of racism and class, or that it doesn't include critical approaches to teaching, but it does offer ideas about inquiry teaching across content areas that are refreshing.
Skillet
This was a required text for a college class in my Master's program. It contains some great ideas for discussion topics.
Perius
Notes throughout the book in the margins...
Powerful Learning: What We Know About Teaching for Understanding ebook
Author:
Linda Darling-Hammond,P. David Pearson,Alan H. Schoenfeld,Elizabeth K. Stage,Timothy D. Zimmerman,Gina N. Cervetti,Jennifer L. Tilson,Milton Chen,Brigid Barron
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Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (July 8, 2008)
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