Mastery Teaching with Madeline Hunter

Hamid Naficy (Producer)

Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

Abstract

A 20-part series of widely distributed videotapes, directed by Bill Wolfe and written and presented by Professor Hunter to train teaching assistants. Individual program titles now in circulation: Checking Their Understanding; Decisions in Teaching; Dignifying Errors to Promote Learning; Extending Their Thinking; Getting Them Set to Learn; Guiding Their Initial Practice; Increasing Motivation, Part I; Increasing Motivation, Part II; Making Material Meaningful; Modeling What You Mean; Practice Doesn't Make Perfect; Providing Information; Putting it All Together, Dance; Putting it All Together, Literature; Putting it All Together, Science; Putting it All Together, Written Language; Teaching for Transfer; Teaching So They Remember; Teaching to Both Halves of the Brain; and Using Time to Achieve More Learning.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputFilm
StatePublished - 1980

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