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6 edition of The Teacher"s Voice found in the catalog.

The Teacher"s Voice

A Social History Of Teaching In 20th Century America (Studies in Curriculum History Series, No. 17)

by R. Altenbaugh

  • 301 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in

  • Social history,
  • Teaching skills & techniques,
  • 20th century,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - General,
  • History,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Education,
  • USA,
  • United States,
  • Education / General,
  • Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General,
  • Social conditions,
  • Teachers,
  • Women teachers

  • The Physical Object
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8967059M
    ISBN 101850009619
    ISBN 109781850009610

    The Teacher’s Voice was founded as an experimental nonprofit hardcopy magazine on Decem In , during its first lifesaving reorganization, plans for (c) status and an online bookstore were tabled; and TTV went from a priced print magazine to available gratis online. This document presents the review and recommendations of the expert group convened by Inserm in the context of the collective expert procedure to reply to the request of the French National Education General Mutualist Association (MGEN) relating to the voice and its disorders in teachers. The document is based on the scientific data available as at the second half of

      Voice Yourself in the Classroom is a book that I wish I’d read years ago. Author Valerie Bastien is a school teacher, singer, and vocal coach who is passionate about helping teachers project their voices and maintain their speaking voices. Best deals on private singing lessons. Improve vocals now. Expert voice coaching for Kids or Adults. % Satisfaction Guarantee. Book lessons now.

    ATV is an online community of educators that facilitates assertive communication and exploration of ideas, opinions, suggestions, concerns, challenges, strat. David Jones. Voice Teacher. An introductory double CD voice lesson with David Jones uses the training of the Swedish/Italian and Italian Schools for all styles of singing. This CD has helped teachers and singers to develop a vocal protection, in all styles of singing. This exciting new book by David Jones is a vocal pedagogy document.

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Want to get Followers: K. I Found My "Teacher Voice" and Transformed My Classroom Each week, an educator takes a stand or shares an aha. moment in the classroom in the Education World Voice of Experience column.

This week, educator Arnold Pulda reflects on how a bout with cancer precipitated his transition from a "drill sergeant" who barked orders at his students to a quieter, gentler Dr. Pulda. Teacher Voice contains two powerful messages.

One is that teacher voice contains the seeds of widespread transformation of learning. The other main message, alas, is that teacher voice is vastly under-utilized—and teachers know it. This book is a call and guide to action to leverage a resource that is under our noses.

Read it and act.". Voice For Teachers. 45K likes. This Facebook page has been established as a facility to inform and update teachers from both the Primary and Secondary Educational sectors/5(17).

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Richard Alderson has written a practical guidebook for singers and especially teachers of voice and choral directors who would like the wise advise of a professional singer and teacher. As a professional teacher of voice, I recommend it highly!!/5(17).

Your teaching voice is the one you use when you're standing in front of your class. It's your professional voice and often different in quality from your day-to-day speaking voice.

So, how is your teaching voice. There is a good reason behind my question. Even though it may be long ago, I'm sure you can remember the experience of listening to a. In preparing for the #RallyInTally today, I reached out to Polk County School Board Member, fellow advocate, and friend, Billy Townsend.

We both planned to be here and knew we should record the first Teacher Voice podcast of as a discussion about today’s events and whatever else came up organically in our discussion. I will warn everyone. Cooking the Books. by H.

on Janu Janu On top of this, many teachers in Hillsborough and across the entire state feel the pressure from district administration to help these kids pass, Teacher Voice is seeking guests to either write short posts ( word limit) about current education issues or to discuss them in.

This book provides teachers with information on the seven essential traits of good writing including ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation.

With this book, teachers will learn how to assess student work for these traits and plan instruction. 40 Reproducible Forms for the Writing Traits Classroom.

In education, teacher voice refers to the values, opinions, beliefs, perspectives, expertise, and cultural backgrounds of the teachers working in a school, which extends to teacher unions, professional organizations, and other entities that advocate for teachers. As both a philosophical stance and a school-improvement strategy, the concept of teacher voice in education has grown increasingly.

“Without the buy-in that voice provides, any other professional development activity is a waste of time and energy.” The United Federation of Teachers in New York City offers a guide to holding a book study that includes roles, norms and a planning tool.

He found that “one of the most important ingredients in successful schools is the inverse of conflict: intensive collaboration among administrators and teachers, built on a shared sense of mission and focused on improved student learning.” 6. Reduced Teacher Turnover. Schools with high levels of teacher voice also have less teacher turnover.

With a shrill, fast paced voice, we can be deemed weak and not worth listening to. And yet, if the pitch (those high and low notes) of our voice is slightly lower, we slow the tempo a little, and add a little variety to the emotional tone of voice, we are offered the prospect of gaining the ears of our students.

Book Review: The Language Teacher's Voice by A. Maley. The Voice Level Chart Book corresponds to the voice level chart which can be downloaded for free from my TpT store.

The book is helpful for teaching specific situations for using appropriate classroom voice levels. Voice Level Classroom Chart For more teaching ideas and activities, be sure to 4/5(8). These areas alone would make this book worthwhile, but what makes this book really stand out is that it also deals with the under-researched area of beginning teachers setting out to find their own voices.

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Power and authority are an inherent part of the teacher's role, but respect and engagement don't Author: Joshua Block. The Teacher Voice Report found that the exact same percentage of teachers (53%) agreed with the statement, "I have a voice in decision-making at my school." That report also found that teachers who are comfortable expressing honest opinions and concerns are four times more likely to be excited about their future career in : Anne Obrien.

According to research from the University of Utah, societal costs associated with teacher voice problems totals $ billion annually.

NearlyU.S. teachers miss at least one day of work per year because of their voice problems. When teachers miss work, substitutes have to be hired. By The Teachers Voice This clip chart is a Word document and can be directly typed into/modified for the needs of your classrooms.

It is the size it is so it could be placed on .As I wrote on the back cover, "teachers have a voice, and in this book Celine teaches them how to strategically use it.

It's like the Teach Plus Fellowship in a bottle."Author: Kate Stoltzfus.Teaching Voice Using Alice the Fairy. Alice is a little girl with a big imagination.

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