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Research on Alternative and Non-Traditional Education Teacher Education Yearbook XIII (Teacher Education Yearbook) by Dangel Julie Rainer

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Published by ScarecrowEducation .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Teacher training,
  • Yearbooks, annuals, almanacs,
  • Research,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • Education / Research,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Alternative education

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages256
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12246043M
ISBN 10157886237X
ISBN 109781578862375

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Reframing Teacher Education; Research Linking Teacher Preparation and Student Performance (Yearbook XII) Research on Alternative and Non-Traditional Education (Yearbook XIII) Research on Meeting and Using Standards in the Preparation of Teachers (Yearbook X) Research on Preparing Teachers Who Can Meet the Needs of All Students (Yearbook XI). The alternative education system is designed to help such students complete their education. With its different and diverse approach, this system is slowly catching up among students who are unable to adjust with the traditional system of education. Our ClipBook is designed to help you understand the system of alternative education : Parentcircle. A particular alternative education system may appear on the surface to be "the answer," but at another level, it is still just a system. To create alternatives that are truly nurturing for children and integrated with communities, we must be conscious of the values, philosophies, and beliefs behind the systems and within ourselves. public elementary and secondary education, defines an alternative education school as “a public elementary/secondary school that addresses needs of students that typically cannot be met in a regular school, provides nontraditional education, serves as an adjunct to a regular.

Patent. teacher, admin, student, researcher support in anything to do with holistic education, alternative education, self-directed education, creating a paradigm shift in public education, self-study action research, narrative inquiry., alternative knowing, being, and doing ancient wisdom, values based learning and teaching and living curriculum. On the other hand, non-traditional education can provide more flexibility and customization to the individual learning style. Furthermore, education through non-traditional means typically still follows a course structure but in many cases you won’t need to take unnecessary, unrelated courses toward a degree required by colleges or universities. While some students require the more traditional university experience, research shows that an online education is often better suited for the non-traditional student because it is more flexible and convenient, affordable, and can offer a high quality education. The traditional teaching approaches are generally teacher-directed and where students are taught in a manner that is conducive to sitting and listening. It is true that the traditional expectations and department philosophies often allow us to continue with the lecture-based model with some useful results as evident by the past accomplishments of many and this cannot be disputed as much.

As this population trend grows exponentially in higher education, it is imperative for administrators and instructors to learn how to work with these students, as they deal with far different struggles to stay in school than their traditional counterparts. This review of the current literature will explore the best practices for what. Excerpt from Research Paper: Traditional vs. Non-Traditional Student Issues Tones, Fraser, Elder, and White () argue that there are two major student groups which are of significant importance to research as a result of their adjustment to the university system, the resulting study experiences and the persistence they carry in their studies. The first of the two groups is the traditional. There are many definitions for both traditional education and non-traditional education. When we say non-traditional education, we’re talking about learning outside traditional methods such as a college, university or trade school. Obvious differences include cost, time commitment, government assistance, and locale. Traditional education. Excellent reference book on alternative education. The book intentionally doesn't explore every alternative out there, but dives deeply into a small selection of approaches that illustrate the many branches of educational alternatives. Price is rough, but if you need one book on alternative education as a broad field, this is s: 3.