This casebook provides readers with narratives and actual accounts of teachers dealing with the problematic aspects of everyday teaching. An extremely well done variety of case studies, at all levels and subjects, demonstrates analytic problem solving and a course of action based on well-reasoned insights. Individuals learning by these examples will be able to help catalyze dynamic learning communities of the 21st century. The book's content is consistent with INTASC principles and current reform standards produced by various national organizations. All ten extremely well done case studies serve to illuminate the actual changes that teachers undertake to implement proposed improvements. For a wide range of educators.
Education-Teaching, Schools-Teaching, Instruction-Methods,