3 edition of Teaching strategies for constructivist and developmental counselor education found in the catalog.
Teaching strategies for constructivist and developmental counselor education
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||written and edited by Garrett McAuliffe and Karen Eriksen|
|Contributions||Eriksen, Karen, 1956-|
|LC Classifications||LB1027.5 .M212 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||2001025178|
Asking counselor educators to consider what their students are learning is the goal of a newly completed trilogy of books co-authored by Garrett McAuliffe, associate professor of counselor education. McAuliffe's latest book, "Classroom Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education" (Bergin and Garvey, ), completes a. Committed to constructivist and developmental teaching in counselor education, the authors contend that these practices are critical for preparing thoughtful, creative, mental health practitioners. Part one outlines the general constructivist worldview upon which the book is based and offers background on what is known about the psychology of Cited by:
to select teaching strategies and learning activities that support multiple language domains. The active teaching strategies and learning activities listed at the end of this chapter in Question offer several multiple-domain examples. Here is an example of a multiple-domain health education learningFile Size: 1MB. Teaching Constructivist Science, K-8 will enrich teaching and learning in science by connecting constructivist theory and practical lesson planning and teaching. The book includes a resource list provides guide for building a science friendly environment in the school, and strategies to support special education students and those with.
The constructivist approach to learning was effective in the development of counseling skills in graduate students (N=39; 31 female, 8 male) over three semesters in an Introduction to Counseling course at a small private liberal arts university in the Northeast. The constructivist strategies included: role-play experiences, videotaped. This definitive single-volume guide is the first of its kind on teaching and developing counselor educator programs that embrace constructivist and developmental theory. Leading scholars and experts offer practical advice on teaching courses in every area of counseling : Garrett J McAuliffe; Karen Eriksen; Aces.
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The social constructionist and constructive developmental paradigms undergird the descriptions of counselor preparation strategies offered in this book. Such strategies are characterized by the themes of meaning-making, collaboration, equality, and activity in the learning by: Buy Teaching Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education: Read 2 Kindle Store Reviews - 5/5(2).
Presents intentional, learner-centered teaching strategies and reviews general teaching principles, outlining what is known about good teaching from over one hundred years of research.
Excerpt The nature of good teaching can be elusive. Teaching Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education by Garrett McAuliffe, Karen Eriksen Presents intentional, learner-centered teaching strategies and reviews general teaching principles, outlining what is known about good teaching from over one hundred years of research.
The heart and craft of teaching: what we know / Garrett McAuliffe --Constructivism: a route through the labyrinth Using traditional teaching methods effectively: a guide to lecturing, asking questions and leading discussions / Garrett McAuliffe -- 3.
An urgent need exists for a guide to innovative mental health education. Teachers will find explicitly described methods for infusing their courses with experiential, active learning strategies, ideas guided by constructivist and developmental thinking. Get this from a library.
Teaching strategies for constructivist and developmental counselor education. [Garrett McAuliffe; Karen Eriksen]. Dear Instructors,Sage and ACES are pleased to announce that we together have published the first comprehensive guide to educating future counselors in the form of the Handbook of Counselor Preparation: Constructivist, Developmental, and Experiential Approaches, which has been co-edited by Garrett McAuliffe and Karen Eriksen, with contributions from leading counselor educators from.
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Yet, constructivist and developmental theories now point to sound, innovative practices for teaching. This volume delineates those practices. Despite years of research on effective adult education, university teaching fails, in practice, to incorporate research-supported teaching principles.
Handbook of Counselor Preparation: Constructivist, Developmental, and Experiential Approaches Karen Eriksen Published in cooperation with the Association for Counselor Education.
Garrett McAuliffe, Karen Eriksen, " Teaching Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education " Publisher: Bergin Garve. Tam () lists the following four basic characteristics of constructivist learning environments, which must be considered when implementing constructivist teaching strategies: 1) Knowledge will be shared between teachers and students.
2) Teachers and students will share authority. 3) The teacher's role is one of a facilitator or guide. Using the constructivist learning theory in the classroom requires the teacher to avoid direct guidance of the students. Instead, she/he sets a learning atmosphere with minimal supervision and maximum opportunity for the students themselves to visualize, articulate.
This definitive single-volume guide is the first of its kind on teaching and developing counselor educator programs that embrace constructivist and developmental theory.
Leading scholars and experts offer practical advice on teaching courses in every area of counseling practice. As a result, the book is ideal for current and future counselor educators and supervisors as well as faculty in Cited by: Coverage of the foundations of constructivist and developmental teaching with principles and research in Part One includes the pedagogies of the classic thinkers in the teaching field, namely John Dewey, Lawrence Kohlberg, and David Kolb, explicit guidelines for teaching practice, an overview of the phases of counselor development, and a primer on six common teaching strategies.
A Developmental-Constructivist Perspective. Research on the development of counselor education students has. Table 1 includes examples of teaching strategies and learning activities for. SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.
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McAuliffe -- Teaching introduction to counseling / Yvonne L. Callaway, Sue A. Stickel -- Constructing the counseling skills course / Karen P.
Each chapter includes an introduction--using anecdotes or student quotes; an overview of the impact of constructivism on the course content; an outline of the course structure, assignments, and activities, with the accompanying constructivist and developmental rationales; examples and anecdotes that illustrate these practices; evaluation and grading procedures that are based on constructivist perspectives; and a description of problems instructors might encounter in teaching Cited by: 5.
Teaching Strategies for Constructivist and Developmental Counselor Education by Garrett McAuliffe and Karen Eriksen (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product.The development of constructivist models of teaching are specifically attributed to the works of Maria Montessori, which were further developed by more recent by theorists such as David A.
Kolb,and Ronald Fry, among others. These theorists have proposed sensory and activity-based learning methods.constructivism, educators focus on making connections between facts and fostering new understanding in students.
Instructors tailor their teaching strategies to student responses and encourage students to analyze, interpret, and predict information. Teachers also rely heavily on open-ended questions and promote extensive dialogue among Size: KB.