Teacher Attitudes and Practices that Support Student Learning

@inproceedings{Sutton2014TeacherAA,
  title={Teacher Attitudes and Practices that Support Student Learning},
  author={Clifford T. Sutton},
  year={2014}
}
Teacher Attitudes and Practices that Support Student Learning by C. Travis Sutton Generally in today’s classrooms educators have the responsibility to develop teaching practices that are best suited for a particular group of learners. Since the early days of 1-room schools, various teaching styles have been developed to accommodate a changing world. As the curriculum has broadened through the years, individual student needs have remained the focus as teachers have become more and more… CONTINUE READING

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