The American government makes a great case for being interested
in education and claims to take great pains to 'leave no child
behind.' Current education-system enhancement strategies emphasize
testing and accountability and focus on rewarding or penalizing
teachers whose students make statistical headway at exam time. But
little is offered to teacher in the way of new, better skills to
make their teaching more effective.
In Behavior Analysis, Education, and Effective Schooling, four
leaders in the field of education-related applied behavior
analysis, spell out a case for implementing curricular materials
and instructional methods that research has shown to be effective
in any classroom at any level. The concise survey includes chapters
on achieving educational success, educational theory, schools and
schooling. It discusses instructional strategies, classroom
management, assessing academic performance, teacher training, and
educational myths-all from an applied behavior-analytic point of
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