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Running Your Tutor Group By Ian Startup

Running Your Tutor Group by Ian Startup

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Teacher training students are rarely trained for the role of managing a tutor group. Teachers are simply left 'to get on with it'. This 'Classmate' should serve as a useful guide and an essential reference for all tutor group leaders.

Running Your Tutor Group Summary

Running Your Tutor Group by Ian Startup

Classmates is an exciting series launched in September 2003 from Continuum. Packed with practical advice, and written in a witty and accessible style, these essential guides will tackle all the key aspects of teaching. As teacher's experience an increasingly heavy workload and take on extra responsibilities, both inside and outside of the curriculum, these short pithy guides are designed specifically to reach the needs of those with a hectic lifestyle, Classmates will be every teacher's key companion and a must for every school staffroom.

About Ian Startup

Ian Startup is a practising teacher and is head of History at King Edward VI school in Bury St Edmunds.

Table of Contents

The Role of the Tutor; Registration; Keeping Records; Developing a group ethos and identity; Teaching personal and social education; Dealing with badly behaved students; Helping children with problems; When to pass problems on; Meeting the needs of different year groups.

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Running Your Tutor Group by Ian Startup
Used - Very Good
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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