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bookcover Psychology Applied to Teaching
Eleventh Edition

Jack Snowman, Southern Illinois University
Robert Biehler

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Course Resources
This section offers a variety of tools that help you organize and focus on the knowledge base in Psychology Applied to Teaching, 11/e, including Chapter Themes, PowerPoint Slides, Suggestions for Teaching, ACE Questions, Web Links, and Glossary Flashcards.
Field Experiences
This section provides experiential-based opportunities to make connections between what goes on in your college classroom and in K-12 teaching situations. Includes Site Observations, Site-Based Cases, and Case In Print.
Class Applications
This section helps you deepen learning with higher-order thinking challenges. Includes Take a Stand, Classroom Activities, Netlabs, Debates, Lesson Plans, Semester Projects, Thought Questions, and Reflective Journal Questions.
INTASC and PRAXIS correlation charts
As mentioned on the inside covers of your text, here you will find detailed correlation charts to see how the content of Psychology Applied to Teaching corresponds to 1) the INTASC knowledge standards and 2) the topics in the Principles of Teaching and Learning section of the PRAXIS II test.
HM Video Cases
Key topics in your text are brought to life with HM Video Cases. Each "case" is a 4- to 6-minute video presenting actual classroom scenarios that depict the complex problems and opportunities teachers face every day. The Video Case is surrounded by Bonus Videos, Classroom Artifacts, Viewing Questions, an Interview Transcript, and Key Terms. These rich cases allow you to experience true classroom dilemmas in their multiple dimensions.

 


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