Learners are multi-faceted, unique people. Discovering the whole individual is incumbent upon realizing the teaching/learning environments, common social and societal realities, and belief and value systems respective of academic and socio-societal factors that establish who one is as a learner and teacher. In Learning and Teaching, the authors offer practical strategies for interactive instruction to facilitate optimum learning.
Marjorie Schiering is a professor at Molloy College, hospital chaplain, international presenter on teaching/learning/motivation, published author of character development, and cognition/metacogntion skill building. Drew Bogner is president and professor of education at Molloy College and an international presenter on cognition. Jorun Buli-Holmberg is associated professor at the University of Oslo, Faculty of Education and has published books and articles related to inclusive education and metacognition. Visit the authors website here.
Chapter 1 Forward Chapter 2 Acknowledgement Chapter 3 Introduction Part 4 Part One: A New Learning and Teaching Model Chapter 5 Chapter 1: Acquiring Memory, Realizing Cognition, and Comprehension Chapter 6 Chapter 2: Varied Learning and Teaching Perspectives Chapter 7 Chapter 3: An Overview: A Model for Academic and Social Cognition Chapter 8 Chapter 4: The Model's Foundation: S.O.W., R.E.A.P. and Umbrella of Reflection Chapter 9 Chapter 5: Two Interior Components of the "Model" Chapter 10 Chapter 6: The Third Interior Component of the Model: An Overview of the Cognitive Collective Chapter 11 Chapter 7: The Cognitive Collective's Reciprocal Thinking Phases Chapter 12 Chapter 8: The Cognitive Collective's Reciprocal Feelings Part 13 Part Two: Practical Applications of the Model Chapter 14 Introduction Chapter 15 Chapter 9: Practical "Model" Application: Classroom Design and Instruction Chapter 16 Chapter 10: Practical "Model" Application: Lesson Planning Chapter 17 Chapter 11: Applying the "Model" in the Classroom: Differentiated and Interactive Instruction Chapter 18 Chapter 12: Practical "Model" Application: Character Development Chapter 19 Afterward Part 20 Appendices Overview Chapter 21 Appendix A Chapter 22 Appendix B Chapter 23 Appendix C Chapter 24 Appendix D