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Essentials of Effective Teaching

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    Essentials of Effective Teaching: Course Introduction (Preview Content)
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  2. Lesson 1: Foundational Principles (Preview Content)
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  3. Discussion 1: The Teacher and Healthy Relationships (Preview Content)
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  4. Lesson 2: Aiming at Human Flourishing (Preview Content)
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  5. Discussion 2: Aiming at the Right Targets
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  6. Lesson 3: Meaningful Planning
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  7. Discussion 3: Meaningful Planning
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  8. Lesson 4: Meaningful Assignments
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  9. Discussion 4: Meaningful Assignments
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  10. Lesson 5: Meaningful Assessments
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  11. Discussion 5: Meaningful Assessments
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  12. Lesson 6: Meaningful and Effective Classrooms
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  13. Discussion 6: Classroom Culture, Practice, and Delivery
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    End of Course Test: Essentials of Effective Teaching
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Max Liebermann – “Schusterwerkstatt” (Cobbler’s Workshop)

“From the earliest times, in Egypt and Babylon, training in craft skills was organized to maintain an adequate number of craftsmen. The Code of Hammurabi of Babylon, which dates from the 18th century BCE, required artisans to teach their crafts to the next generation…. By the 13th century a similar practice had emerged in western Europe in the form of craft guilds. Guild members supervised the product quality, methods of production, and work conditions for each occupational group in a town. The guilds were controlled by the master craftsmen, and the recruit entered the guild after completing his training as an apprentice—a period that commonly lasted seven years.”
—The Encyclopedia Britannica