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Criticism of our schools may be at an all-time high! One common complaint is
that the objectives of education need to be more precisely defined. Dr.
Barbara Bateman provides a research-based strategy that defines classroom
“best practices” in a concise and practical text. Teachers begin by
establishing an objective, then organize content through task analyses. Then
teachers do what they do best—teach. The effectiveness of instruction is
evaluated and either the objective is attained (rejoice) or you teach again
(recycle). The book takes a discerning look at the impact of IDEA and NCLB
in everyday teaching. Dr. Bateman believes that this technique can
positively refocus educators in terms of what they teach and how they teach
it. Soft bound, 105 pp, 2003.