Inductive Reasoning in the Secondary Classroom (NEA Aspects of Learning) (N E a Aspects of Learning)
- Publish Date: 1992-03-01
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Gloria A. Neubert
Equally important to learning basic skills is the development of higher-order thinking skills such as reasoning, analyzing, classifying, comparing, forming hypotheses, and drawing conclusions. Unlike many texts, this book demonstrates its points by involving the reader actively in the inductive process. You'll learn specific guidelines for using inductive reasons in English, mathematics, science, and social studies in your classroom.
Flirting or Hurting?: A Teacher's Guide on Student-To-Student Sexual Harassment in Schools - ISBN 0810618648
K-12 Education in the US Economy - ISBN 0810634430
The NEA Professional Library is the book publishing arm of the National Education Association. Our books are enjoyed by teachers, education students, education support professionals, higher education faculty and retired educators. Our mission is to provide timely and topical titles that enhance the professional lives of our members.
Some of the areas we publish in include:
-Classroom Teaching Skills - The NEA Checklist series
-Assessment & Standards-Based Education
-School and Classroom Resources