Table of contents for The exceptional teacher : transforming traditional teaching through thoughtful practice / by Elizabeth Aaronsohn.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
PREFACE Balancing the Tension between Conflicting Roles 1
INTRODUCTION What's to Learn?	 5
I The Grading Game: Reading the Teacher Instead of the Text	21
II Breaking the Conditioning	32
III Seeing the Possibilities of a Different Paradigm
IV Falling into the Role of Traditional Teaching, and Climbing Out of It 64
V Justice, Mutual Respect, and Caring 92
VI Moving from Right Answers to Multiple Perspectives 120
VII Reserved Seats for "Musical Chairs" 144
VIII The Reluctance of High School Teachers to Use
Cooperative Learning	 167
IX The Pressure of Tradition 196
X The Courage and Freedom to Color Outside the Lines 214
XI What Would Success Look Like? 246
APPENDICES	 259
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Teachers Training of Curricula United States, Effective teaching United States