1.What are some useful tools in teacher-centered lesson planning?
2.What is direct instruction?
3.What are some good teacher-centered instructional strategies?
4.What are some pros and cons of teacher-centered instruction?
5.As a student, have you ever wished that a teacher used more (or less) teachercentered instruction? What lessons can you draw from this for your own work as a teacher?
Which is the best example of a constructivist approach to social studies?
a. Mr. Ewing’s students listen to his lectures and take notes on the content covered.
b. Ms. Drexler’s students color and label detailed maps to help them learn geography.
c.Ms. Byrd’s students learn the material in their textbooks and take tests covering the content on a regular basis.
d. Mr. Jordan presents his students with a controversial issue, which they discuss and debate.