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Learning to Teach in the Primary School By Edited by James Arthur

Learning to Teach in the Primary School
by Edited by James Arthur

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Provides support to student teachers on primary ITT, BEd and PGCE courses. This title provides a practical introduction to the teaching skills as well as the underlying theory. It is divided into twenty-three sections and each chapter contains a brief introduction to the key concepts, issues and skills.
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Learning to Teach in the Primary School by Edited by James Arthur

This comprehensive new textbook provides valuable support to student teachers on primary ITT, BEd and PGCE courses. It provides a sound and practical introduction to the teaching skills as well as the underlying theory. Written by experts in primary school teaching, the book is divided into twenty-three sections and covers: becoming a teacher exploring the nature of learning planning for learning approaches to the curriculum recent developments in primary education diversity and inclusion assessment partnership in practice your professional development. Each chapter contains a brief introduction to the key concepts, issues and skills, and provides learning activities in the form of tasks. Annotated lists of further reading are included for students who want to explore topics in more detail. This major textbook is essential reading for all students training to be primary school teachers, including those on BA (QTS), BEd and PGCE courses, as well as those on flexible PGCE courses, those on Graduate Registered Training courses, and those studying Education Studies.

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About Edited by James Arthur


University of Birmingham, UK The Open University, UK

Table of Contents


Introduction. Section 1: Becoming a Teacher Primary Teaching: A Personal Perspective. Professionalism and Trainee Teachers Section 2: Exploring the Nature of Learning and Teaching Looking at Children. Looking at Learning. From Learning to Teaching. Developing Your Teaching Skills Section 3: Planning and Managing Learning Approaching Planning: Medium and Long Term. Approaching Planning: Short Term. Managing Classroom Behaviour. Managing Group Work. Organising Your Classroom for Learning. Planning for Learning Outside the Classroom Section 4: Approaches to the Curriculum The Aims of Primary Education. The National Context for the Curriculum. The Scottish Context for the Curriculum. The Curriculum Section 5: Recent Developments in Primary Education Creativity in the Curriculum. Thinking Skills. Learning through Dialogue. Citizenship in the Primary School. Gifted and Talented Section 6: Diversity and Inclusion Inclusive Approaches. Providing for Differentiation. Education for Cultural Diversity and Social Justice. Responding to Gender Differences. Responding to Linguistic Diversity Section 7: Assessment Assessment and Learning: Summative Approaches. Assessment and Learning: Formative Approaches Section 8: Partnership in Practice Managing Other Adults in the Classroom. Collaborating with Parents. Working with External Agencies. Attendance and Child Welfare Issues Section 9: Your Professional Development Applying for Jobs and Preparing Your Induction Year. Your Legal and Ethical Responsibilities. Continuing Your Professional Development

Additional information

GOR001416842
Learning to Teach in the Primary School by Edited by James Arthur
Edited by James Arthur
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
2006-06-08
488
0415359287
9780415359283
N/A
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