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MANAJEMEN KINERJA

Buku ini dapat bermanfaat bagi peneliti (terutama mahasiswa) sebagai acuan atau referensi mengenai topik bahasan yang berkaitan dengan manajemen kinerja, meliputi pengertian kinerja, sistem manajemen kinerja, penilaian kinerja, sistem penilaian kinerja, teori penilaian kinerja, parameter kinerja, perencanaan manajemen kinerja, evaluasi kinerja. Selain itu, buku ini juga membahas tentang kepemimpinan yang berhubungan dengan kinerja serta hubungan kinerja dan budaya organisasi.

Buku ini dapat bermanfaat bagi peneliti (terutama mahasiswa) sebagai acuan atau referensi mengenai topik bahasan yang berkaitan dengan manajemen kinerja, meliputi pengertian kinerja, sistem manajemen kinerja, penilaian kinerja, sistem ...

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Action Research in the World Language Classroom

The current thrust in the field of education is to improve teachers' understanding of how research on best practices can improve student learning. The field of world language education introduces a double, perhaps a triple, bind: teachers must be able to design and deliver instruction that aligns with national expectations for developing students' language and intercultural abilities for success in the global workplace, yet in schools across America, all K-12 students do not have the opportunity to study languages, even though research supports their astonishing facility for acquisition. Schools and teachers without resources, including time to investigate and implement evidence-based best practices, are ultimately held accountable for student performance. If world language teachers are to advocate for languages, they must use their expertise and share evidence of their students' progress. The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) recently began development of a national research priorities agenda for grades preK-16. Action research, which is classroom-centered and inquiry-based, can contribute to our profession's efforts, as it helps us to increase awareness of the critical need for language study in grades preK-16. World language teachers can become teacher-researchers in their own classrooms, gathering deeply meaningful insights into their students' progress that they can share with others. Teacher-researchers investigate innovative approaches in response to their questions about teaching and learning, which are rooted in daily experience. They engage their students in fresh learning activities, and student feedback helps them to make better decisions about instructional and assessment strategies. Results can be shared with stakeholders, including parents, administrators, school board members, and guidance counselors, as evidence of what all kinds of students can do in languages. At a time in our history when we are striving to prepare teachers for 21st-century schools that prioritize global competence, Action Research in the World Language Classroom is a timely resource for the profession. It describes a natural, engaging, motivating way to contribute, particularly for preservice teachers who are shaping their views and understanding about world language instruction and the connections between research and best practices. The book includes four studies conducted by preservice teachers during their student teaching internships in North Carolina public schools. The editor hopes that their work and observations will inspire and assist world language educators at all stages of their careers.

The book includes four studies conducted by preservice teachers during their student teaching internships in North Carolina public schools.

Teaching Modern Languages to Young Learners

Teachers, Curricula and Materials

This book is targeted at modern languages teachers of primary school children and focuses on curricula and syllabi, as well as on teaching materials and methodology. The papers look into issues related to both pre- and in-service teacher education, innovative curriculum and syllabus design in tertiary education and lower primary schools, and how new ideas can be implemented at national and classroom levels. The first six papers focus on teacher education curricula and teacher development in pre-service and in-service programs, whereas the last four papers examine curricula, teaching materials and projects in primary schools.--Publisher's description.

Chapter 9 English phonetics and phonology in the curriculum Zeljka Zanchi 1.
Introduction English phonetics and phonology have not been systematically and
consistently included in primary and secondary school English teaching curricula
. This seems to be creating major problems for students, future teachers of
English, as it impedes their successful mastery of English phonology essential to
any teacher of English as a foreign language (FL) to young learners. This chapter
attempts ...

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