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Primary Science For Teaching Assistants

Author : Rosemary Feasey
ISBN : 9781135394882
Genre : Education
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Packed with practical activities, ideas and strategies to help you to enhance your pupils’ scientific understanding, this easy-to-use and accessible book has been specifically written for teaching assistants. Primary Science for Teaching Assistants: analyzes how you can develop scientific skills and understanding offers advice and guidance on pupil’s progression in science shows how to use and build on children’s ideas by questioning provides suggestions for practical work and cross-curricular links. Use this book whether you’re studying for qualifications or just keen to improve the support you already provide.

How To Be An Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant

Author : Emma Davie
ISBN : 9781472934628
Genre : Education
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How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant is packed full of advice, tips and strategies to help teaching assistants deliver outstanding support in the primary classroom. Written by an experienced teaching assistant, this book explores the diverse range of roles and responsibilities held by support staff in primary schools and provides guidance on how to tackle them successfully. It features tried-and-tested ideas that can be easily implemented and helps teaching assistants to build a toolbox of skills and strategies to support children throughout their school career, whatever their ability or need. This easy-to-use book includes creative advice on how best to assist the classroom teacher and the children they teach, including those with special educational needs, English as an additional language, or behavioural difficulties. It is an invaluable resource for newly qualified and more experienced teaching assistants.

Teaching Assistant S Handbook Primary Edition

Author : Janet Kay
ISBN : 0826479898
Genre : Education
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Maximising The Impact Of Teaching Assistants

Author : Rob Webster
ISBN : 9781317442127
Genre : Education
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Teaching assistants are an integral part of classroom life, yet pioneering research by the authors has shown schools are not making the most of this valued resource. Evidence shows the more support pupils receive from TAs, the less academic progress they made. Yet the reason for this has little to do with TAs. It is decisions made about them by school leaders and teachers that best explain this provocative finding. The fully updated second edition of this book draws on the experiences of schools that have put this guidance into action via the Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants programme. Revised to reflect the latest research evidence and changes within education, including the 2014 SEND Code of Practice, this book will help school leaders and teachers in primary and secondary settings to rethink the role, purpose and contribution of TAs, and add real value to what can be achieved in classrooms. Setting out a field-tested process, structured around a coherent and empirically sound conceptual framework, this book: helps school leaders review, reform and reenergise their TA workforce provides practical strategies to implement in the classroom illustrates key points with new case studies provides photocopiable templates and resources to support decision-making and action. Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants provides much-needed and evidence-informed guidance on how to unleash the huge potential of TAs, and is essential reading for all school leaders.

Children S Learning In Primary Schools

Author : Mike Cowdray
ISBN : 9780415536004
Genre : EDUCATION
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What does learning look like? What are different subjects really about? Why are transferable skills so important? How can we overcome the difficulties that children encounter in their learning? And what questions and prompts are likely to prove useful in helping children to get the most out of their lessons? The over-arching role of Teaching Assistants is to support teaching and learning in schools. To do this effectively, they need to understand the curriculum content of all the subjects in which they provide support and know what learning outcomes are sought. This accessible book provides an overview of the knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes that children learn in each subject in their primary years. Written with the non-subject specialist in mind, and drawing on research and best practice in the classroom, this extremely practical book aims to provide the reader with the information they need to: deliver focused lessons to individual pupils, groups, or the whole class; concentrate on the most important elements when making classroom resources; make valuable assessments of the children’s learning, and keep useful records of their achievements, progress and difficulties; take a full part in discussions with colleagues – selecting objectives, devising interesting activities and delivering exciting lessons in each of the subjects. Including a wide range of examples and activities, this book will prove an invaluable companion for all students working on STLS and Foundation Degree courses, and Teaching Assistants currently working in primary schools.

A Toolkit For The Effective Teaching Assistant

Author : Maureen Parker
ISBN : 9781847879431
Genre : Education
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If you’re studying for a Foundation Degree or seeking Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) status, this is the book you need on your shelf. Written by a team teaching on one of the UK’s largest Foundation Degree programs, this book contains guidance for students and Teaching Assistants (TAs) on working with colleagues, supporting pupils and supporting learning. In this fully revised edition, the content has been expanded to include five new chapters on Distributed Leadership for the TA/HLTA, Behavior Management, Inclusion (linking with the Every Child Matter agenda), Understanding Children’s Health and Well-being, and Supporting Curriculum Subjects.

Supporting And Supervising Your Teaching Assistant

Author : Jill Morgan
ISBN : 9781847063847
Genre : Education
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Teachers have a myriad of responsibilities and are often faced with the challenge of how to best use their Teaching Assistant in the classroom. This book provides a wealth of strategies that teachers can use in order to get the best out of their TA in order to facilitate effective teaching and learning.

Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics Teaching Primary Science

Author : Peter Riley
ISBN : 9781472920676
Genre : Education
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A brand new series for primary teachers that provides a full guide to teaching a primary curriculum area, especially for non-specialists. This book is closely tied to the new curriculum, with extracts from the curriculum itself and lesson plans and teaching ideas for every area. This book will equip non-specialists to confidently deliver engaging and well-informed lessons, that account for the changes in the National Curriculum. This is a very practical and easy to apply programme for teaching Science either in your own classroom, or to implement across the school in the role of a co-ordinator.

101 Essential Lists For Teaching Assistants

Author : Louise Burnham
ISBN : 0826488722
Genre : Education
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This is an excellent book - it offers a comprehensive overview of the working lives of teaching assistants today and gives straightforward, sensible advice on issues that really matter. Sarah Humphries, Headteacher at Kettlefields Primary School, Dullingham, East Cambridgeshire Lists range from working with teachers and other practitioners to building a working relationship with the students.

The Secret Teacher

Author : Anon
ISBN : 9781783351282
Genre : Education
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I will teach them literature, poetry, culture. I will teach them The Waste Land! I will be the Best Teacher Who Has Ever Lived! Or so The Secret Teacher thinks. On his first day at an inner-city state school he gets nuked. The class he is made to cut his teeth on are an unruly mob stuffed with behavioural issues. There is: Milosz, who is put in detention for committing the sin of Onan with a Pritt Stick Kieran, the class rebel Donnie, a hard-working kid desperate for approval Mercedes, a volatile rude girl and Salim, who loves Bollywood and the number 5. Somehow, The Secret Teacher needs to enthuse this lot with a love of books. Or at least keep them sitting at their desks until the end of the lesson. And then he's got to deal with the Observations, marking, standardisations, book checks, OFSTED, Educational Consultants, spreadsheets, personal statements, school trips, strikes, class, race, love, death, birth, manhood, dry cleaning, the end of literary culture, the end of the Old World, the whole shebang ... In this vivid account of his first few years in the classroom, The Secret Teacher grapples with the complicated questions of how to teach, how we learn - and how little he actually knows. He celebrates the world's greatest stories, the extraordinary teachers he has worked with, and the kids: bolshy, bright, funny and absolutely electric. The result is a book brimful of wit, insight and tenderness.

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