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Teaching methods that really work! Evidence based methods of instruction (review)

Teaching methods that really work! Evidence based methods of instruction (review) EDUCATION AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN Vol. 34, No .3, 2011 Book Reviews Heckler, J.B. (2010) Teaching methods that really work! Evidence based methods of instruction. Atlanta, World Literacy Initiative. Reviewed by Dan Hursh, West Virginia University. The mission of World Literacy Initiative (directed by Jan Heckler) is to assist developing countries mobilize learning resources as urged by Nelson Mandela when stating his vision for Africa. This book was written based on Jan's thorough professional preparation plus years of experience bringing evidenced based methods of instruction to countries across sub-Saharan Africa. Jan Heckler has dedicated her life to improving learning environments for parents, teachers, and students in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This book pulls together teaching methods that really work in a form that can be easily used to prepare teachers anywhere to use them. It is designed with examples and formats that Jan has experienced while working in sub-Saharan Africa. The book includes six chapters across three parts that are carefully sequenced to teach and cumulatively integrate and review the main components of evidence-based methods of instruction. Each chapter follows a format of outline and key words, introduction, content sections, and summary and glossary. Integrated within each http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Education and Treatment of Children West Virginia University Press

Teaching methods that really work! Evidence based methods of instruction (review)

Education and Treatment of Children , Volume 34 (3) – Jul 21, 2011

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EDUCATION AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN Vol. 34, No .3, 2011 Book Reviews Heckler, J.B. (2010) Teaching methods that really work! Evidence based methods of instruction. Atlanta, World Literacy Initiative. Reviewed by Dan Hursh, West Virginia University. The mission of World Literacy Initiative (directed by Jan Heckler) is to assist developing countries mobilize learning resources as urged by Nelson Mandela when stating his vision for Africa. This book was written based on Jan's thorough professional preparation plus years of experience bringing evidenced based methods of instruction to countries across sub-Saharan Africa. Jan Heckler has dedicated her life to improving learning environments for parents, teachers, and students in developing countries in sub-Saharan Africa. This book pulls together teaching methods that really work in a form that can be easily used to prepare teachers anywhere to use them. It is designed with examples and formats that Jan has experienced while working in sub-Saharan Africa. The book includes six chapters across three parts that are carefully sequenced to teach and cumulatively integrate and review the main components of evidence-based methods of instruction. Each chapter follows a format of outline and key words, introduction, content sections, and summary and glossary. Integrated within each

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