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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Tom V. Savage, David G. Armstrong
Features new to the fifth edition include: Three new chapters: The Changing World of Teaching Accommodating Diversity Small-Group and Cooperative Learning More from the Web boxes in every chapter direct readers to websites that expand upon chapter content. For Your Portfolio sections help readers embed chapter content as part of a personal professional development plan. Refelctions at the end of each chapter encourage further examination of critical issues. Integrated Companion Website: www.prenhall.com/armstrongTom V. Savage is the author of 'Teaching in the Secondary School: An Introduction (5th Edition)', published 2001 under ISBN 9780130287663 and ISBN 0130287660.
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