A Teaching Repertoire

Garret, Joyce Lynn
September 2007
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Fall2007, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
The article discusses teaching repertoire. According to Joyce and Showers, accomplished and successful teachers have a teaching repertoire. Joyce and her group classified teaching strategies into four, cognitive, personal, social and behavioral. The author states that as beginners become expert teachers, they should already have various strategies for teaching. The author asserts that university faculty members should discusses their curriculum with teachers and agree on strategies needed to begin a teaching repertoire.


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