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The Active Classroom Field Book

Success Stories From the Active Classroom
By: Ron Nash

Expanding on the strategies in The Active Classroom, Nash shares the stories of teachers who have successfully implemented active teaching methods in their classrooms to engage students in learning.

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Product Details
  • Grade Level: PreK-12, Elementary, Secondary
  • ISBN: 9781412981323
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Year: 2010
  • Page Count: 152
  • Publication date: July 23, 2010

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"Every teacher keeps two or three books for constant reference while planning units and designing lessons—this is one of those books! The Active Classroom Field Book provides field-tested strategies for engaging students in learning disguised as fun!"
—Jennifer Sinsel, Gifted Facilitator
Wichita Public Schools, KS

"This book is packed with ideas on how to let the students do the learning while the teacher guides them. The included real-life vignettes bring even more clarity to each concept, allowing the reader to experience the vitality each will bring to the classroom."
—William Richard Hall, Jr., Principal
Longan Elementary School, Henrico, VA

Discover what really works in the classroom through success stories from educators like you!

The best classrooms are dynamic environments that actively engage students in learning. In this exciting new resource, best-selling author and educational consultant Ron Nash shares the stories of practicing teachers who have successfully implemented active teaching methods in their classrooms.

Expanding on the strategies in The Active Classroom, Nash uses educator stories and classroom vignettes to pinpoint how active techniques are working in schools across the country. This resource includes:

  • Chapters on student-to-student conversations, classroom process, student movement, feedback, and continuous improvement through reflection
  • Vignettes that set the stage for each chapter
  • Lesson plan segments and anecdotes from teachers in Grades K–12 and college settings

Ideal as a companion to The Active Classroom or on its own, The Active Classroom Field Book is the ultimate resource to help teachers transform students into active participants in their own learning.


Key features

  • Includes chapters on student-to-student conversations; using music in the classroom, emphasizing process before content, concentrating on movement in the classroom, storytelling, utilizing effective feedback, and using technology effectively
  • Describes each chapter's strategy in a chapter-opening section to offer background for readers not familiar with The Active Classroom
  • Contains interviews with elementary principals who have incorporated the strategies on a school-wide basis in a systemic fashion and stories of individual elementary teachers and teams of teachers who have used the strategies successfully
  • Includes actual elementary teacher lesson plans for cultivating student engagement and creating an active classroom setting
Author(s)

Author(s)

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Ron Nash

Ron Nash, President of Ron Nash and Associates, Inc., founded his company in 2007 after retiring from the Virginia Beach City Public Schools to help schools and teachers become more effective professionals. His previous roles include teaching at middle and high school levels, serving as Middle School Social Studies Coordinator, and joining the Office of Organizational Development as a specialist and acting director. Ron holds a Bachelor's degree from Clarion State College and an M.A. in History. As a professional educator, he conducts interactive nationwide workshops aimed at improving student engagement in K-12 classrooms through strategies such as academic conversations, paired verbal fluency, and conversation flipside.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface


Acknowledgments


About the Author


Introduction


1. Squeeze Play

2. For Whom the (Dinner) Bell Tolls

3. Setting the Table for Success

4. First One at the Bus Stop

5. Feedback Pure and Simple

6. When Teachers Tick and Classrooms Click

7. Energize, Energize, Energize

8. Reflecting on Reflection

Appendix A: Paired Verbal Fluency


Appendix B: Appointment Clock


References


Index


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