E39 Unknown. More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Bibliography Includes bibliographical references p. Clifford H. Edwards provides an account of how schools fail to satisfy student needs and thus promote discipline problems. Special attention is given to children's need for self-direction and how empowering them can promote more responsible learning involvement.
There is also a focus on the factors that motivate learning and those that do not and how teachers can help their students become more intrinsically interested in school learning. Constructivist learning theory is presented as the most accepted explanation of how children learn and how it articulates with the learning community approach to education. The inquiry learning strategy is given as the most effective way to apply constructivist learning theory in classrooms.
Appropriate relationships and effective communications are presented as essential components of learning communities and how they accentuate the effectiveness of this learning orientation. The inquiry learning strategy is given as the most effective way to apply constructivist learning theory in classrooms.
Appropriate relationships and effective communications are presented as essential components of learning communities and how they accentuate the effectiveness of this learning orientation. Democratic discipline within learning communities is described in detail. Teachers teach core academic content through well-proven active learning strategies cooperative learning strategies, project learning, group inquiry, research, composition projects, debates, team performance and peer assessment.
Tribes materials provide teachers with approximately group strategies or structures.
Reflection on what was learned and how it was learned is an on-going practice after every group learning experience. Tribes Learning Community teachers use traditional direct instruction as well as active learning.
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However, once they recognize and experience the positive results of cooperative learning validated by more than studies , the majority use classroom tribes as much as possible. A set of twelve group skills are learned so that students can work well together.
Separate time is not needed to teach the skills. The collaborative school community moves toward significant school reform and educational excellence. Benard, Bonnie. Caine, Geoffrey and Renate. Comer, James.
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Main article: Learning theory education. Log in. OK, close. Sandra L. Developing understanding of the idea of communities of learners. What types of communities produce the highest levels of student satisfaction and motivation?
Wheelock, Anne. National Middle School Association. Tribes Learning Communities is a research-based process that creates a culture that maximizes learning and human development.