Foundations and Assessment of Education/Edition 1/Foundations Table of Contents/Chapter 10/Chapter Introduction

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Imagine, you just walked across the stage with the rest of your class. You find yourself thinking what to do with your degree in education. You could always try to find a job teaching in the local high school. Once you have found a job you will have a certain idea in your head about how you want to run your classroom. This chapter will discuss some of the different opstacles you might face in your classroom. Whether it be the way that your students learn or how to handle children with disabilities. This chater willl also discuss the differences between discovery learning and direct instruction. Also in this chapter we will touch on topics such as whether teachers are "born" or made". One of the most important topics in the chapter talks about the high expectations for all students, and not expecting less from some students and less from other students.

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