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Improving Induction

Author : Maxine Bailey
ISBN : 9781134471768
Genre : Education
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Induction - the first year of a teacher's career - is a crucial, and potentially difficult, period. This book is the work of a well-known and highly respected team of experts on the subject and is based on a comprehensive nationwide research project into the implementation and effectiveness of the latest statutory regulations covering induction in England. It includes not only findings from this research, but also numerous ideas from, and examples of, best practice. Including case studies from primary and secondary schools, in the state and private sectors, this book raises awareness of the complexities entailed in inducting new teachers, addresses the issues, dilemmas and problems of induction and celebrates the achievements of the national induction policy. Its insights provide an invaluable guide to the effective implementation of induction in schools.

Understanding School Leadership

Author : Peter Earley
ISBN : 0761943714
Genre : Education
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Written in a clear and readable style, the book contains an extensive exploration of leadership models and management strategies and is based on the latest research.

Starting To Teach In The Secondary School

Author : Susan Anne Capel
ISBN : 9780415338172
Genre : Education
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Seventy per cent of newly qualified secondary teachers say that they are well-prepared for certain aspects of teaching their specialist subject - such as planning, selecting resources and assessing their own teaching - and yet feel very much less prepared in other professional areas. This second edition tackles all the issues that new teachers find difficult. It builds on the skills and knowledge they will have learned on their initial teacher education or PGCE course and offers a planned process of professional development and includes chapters on: managing yourself and your workload working as part of a team developing teaching and learning strategies challenging behaviour in the classroom assessing, recording and reporting values and Citizenship Education the school sixth form and the growth of vocational qualifications continuing professional development. The book can be used either as a stand alone companion for newly qualified teachers, or as a follow-on from the editors' successful text book, Learning to Teach in the Secondary School, also published by Routledge.

Problems Of Teacher Education In Rolling Changes Of Educational System All Over The World

Author : Elżbieta Putkiewicz
ISBN : IND:30000096466622
Genre : Education
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Helping Teachers Develop

Author : Sara Bubb
ISBN : 1412918995
Genre : Education
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In this practical guide, the author defines professional development, uses examples from current practice, and discusses supporting and monitoring staff in your school.

Helping Staff Develop In Schools

Author : Sara Bubb
ISBN : 9781446203385
Genre : Education
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Great staff make great schools, and by choosing your staff carefully and helping them to develop, you will make a significant impact on the lives of the young people in your care. The school workforce isn't only teachers these days, and good staff development must take into account everybody working in the setting. As a practical guide to developing your staff, this book offers an inspirational and exciting view of the transformative power of highly motivated personnel. It summarizes the most recent research that sets staff development in context, and then provides examples of good practice and successful ideas from a range of schools, colleges and local authorities. The authors address practical considerations, as well as management and leadership implications, to help devise strategies for developing the school workforce in order to become more learning-centred and student focused. Topics covered include: - why staff development matters - leading staff development - being strategic - finding time for staff development - identifying needs and planning for impact - evaluating the impact of staff development With an emphasis on practical and research-based perspectives, this book offers tried and tested strategies for successful and rewarding staff development that, most importantly, can contribute to improving student outcomes. This book is particularly relevant to those responsible for leading and managing staff development in schools, colleges and at local authority level. It is also useful for anyone working towards higher degrees in Education Leadership and Management, Mentoring-Coaching and the new qualifications for leaders of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and the Masters in Teaching and Learning (MTL). Sara Bubb is involved in many aspects of staff development, leads the national Advanced Skills Teachers (AST) network, and lectures and researches at the Institute of Education, University of London. Peter Earley is Professor of Educational Leadership & Management at the London Centre for Leadership in Learning, Institute of Education, University of London.

Sharing Expertise In Teacher Education

Author : Mike Turner
ISBN : 0304702897
Genre : Education
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A commentary on changes in the initial and continuing education of teachers. The authors combine reviews of the available literature with research and offer suggestions as to how teacher education may be improved. Also included is a comparative research project on teacher education in the USA.

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
ISBN : UOM:39015057956560
Genre : English literature
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Cultivating High Quality Teaching Through Induction And Mentoring

Author : Carol A. Bartell
ISBN : 0761938591
Genre : Education
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This indispensable handbook focuses on new teachers' needs while emphasizing high-quality teaching through the use of standards-based teaching, teacher assessments, and reflective practice.

Building Trust For Better Schools

Author : Julie Reed Kochanek
ISBN : 9781483361543
Genre : Education
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Kochanek links the growth of trust with positive outcomes that benefit schools, such as increased participation, greater openness to innovations, boosts in parent outreach, and higher academic productivity.

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