Table of contents for Ten best teaching practices : how brain research, learning styles, and standards define teaching competencies / Donna Walker Tileston.

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Preface	000
About the Author	000
1. Creating an Environment That Facilitates Learning	000
2. Differentiating With a Variety of Teaching Strategies that Address Different Learning Styles	000
3. Strategies That Help Students Make Connections from Prior Learning and Experiences to New Learning and Across Disciplines	000
4. Teaching for Long-Term Memory Is a Primary Goal	000
5. Constructing Knowledge Through Higher-Level Thinking Skills 	000
6. Collaborative Learning Is an Integral Part of the Classroom	000
7. Bridging the Gap Between All Learners, Regardless of Race, Socioeconomic Status, Sex, or Creed	000
8. Evaluating Learning Through a Variety of Authentic Assessments	000
9. In-Depth Understanding That Leads to Real-World Practices	000
10. Seamless Integration of Technology for High-Quality Instruction	000
11. Putting It All Together	000
References	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Effective teaching -- United States.
Educational innovations -- United States.
Educational change -- United States.