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The Confident Teacher

Author : Alex Quigley
ISBN : 9781317237686
Genre : Education
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The Confident Teacher offers a practical, step-by-step guide to developing the habits, characteristics and pedagogy that will enable you to do the best job possible. It unveils the tacit knowledge of great teachers and combines it with respected research and popular psychology. Covering topics such as organisation, using your body language effectively, combatting stress, managing student behaviour, questioning and feedback, and developing confident students, it shows how you can build the confidence and skill to flourish in the classroom. This book will be an essential resource for all qualified and trainee teachers wanting to reach their full potential in this challenging but rewarding profession.

Mark Plan Teach

Author : Ross Morrison McGill
ISBN : 9781472910882
Genre : Education
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There are three things that every teacher must do: mark work, plan lessons and teach students well. This brand new book from Ross Morrison McGill, bestselling author of 100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Outstanding Lessons and Teacher Toolkit, is packed full of practical ideas that will help teachers refine the key elements of their profession. Mark. Plan. Teach. shows how each stage of the teaching process informs the next, building a cyclical framework that underpins everything that teachers do. With teachers' workload at record levels and teacher recruitment and retention the number one issue in education, ideas that really work and will help teachers not only survive but thrive in the classroom are in demand. Every idea in Mark. Plan. Teach. can be implemented by all primary and secondary teachers at any stage of their career and will genuinely improve practice. The ideas have been tried and tested and are supported by evidence that explains why they work, including current educational research and psychological insights from Dr Tim O'Brien, leading psychologist and Visiting Fellow at UCL Institute of Education. Mark. Plan. Teach. will enable all teachers to maximise the impact of their teaching and, in doing so, save time, reduce workload and take back control of the classroom.

Making Every Primary Lesson Count

Author : Jo Payne
ISBN : 9781785832581
Genre : Education
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In Making Every Primary Lesson Count: Six Principles to Support Great Teaching and Learning, full-time primary teachers Jo Payne and Mel Scott share evidence-informed practice and gimmick-free advice for ensuring that every lesson makes a difference for young learners. Writing in the engaging style of Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby’s award-winning Making Every Lesson Count, the book is underpinned by six pedagogical principles – challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning – and provides simple, realistic strategies to develop a culture of growth and excellence with pupils. Jo and Mel advocate an approach designed to cultivate a growth mindset in the classroom and guide children towards independence: motivating both teachers and pupils to aim high and put in the effort required to be successful in all subject areas. The authors also offer tips from across the Early Years and Key Stages 1–2 phases on how to implement effective routines and procedures so that pupils are clear about what is expected from them in the classroom. Making Every Primary Lesson Count is for new and experienced teachers alike. It does not pretend to be a magic bullet. It does not claim to have all the answers. Rather the aim of the book is to provide effective strategies to bring the six principles to life, with each chapter introduced by two fictional scenarios rooted in situations primary teachers typically encounter and concluding in a series of questions to inspire reflective thought and help you relate the content to your own practice. In an age of educational quick fixes and ever-moving goalposts, this precise and insightful addition to the Making Every Lesson Count series will have a high impact on learning in the classroom: enabling pupils to leave primary school as confident, successful learners equipped with the skills and knowledge required of them. Suitable for all Early Years and primary teachers.

Making Every Science Lesson Count

Author : Shaun Allison
ISBN : 9781785832543
Genre : Education
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Making Every Science Lesson Count: Six Principles to Support Great Science Teaching goes in search of answers to the fundamental question that all science teachers must ask: ‘What can I do to help my students become the scientists of the future?’ Writing in the practical, engaging style of the award-winning Making Every Lesson Count, Shaun Allison returns with an offering of gimmick-free advice that combines the time-honoured wisdom of excellent science teachers with the most useful evidence from cognitive science. The book is underpinned by six pedagogical principles – challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, feedback and questioning – and provides simple, realistic classroom strategies that will help teachers make abstract ideas more concrete and practical demonstrations more meaningful. It also points a sceptical finger at the fashions and myths that have pervaded science teaching over the past decade or so – such as the belief that students can make huge progress in a single lesson and the idea that learning is speedy, linear and logical. Instead, Shaun advocates an approach of artful repetition and consolidation and shows you how to help your students develop their conceptual understanding of science over time. Making Every Science Lesson Count is for new and experienced science teachers alike. It does not pretend to be a magic bullet. It does not claim to have all the answers. Rather the aim of the book is to provide effective strategies designed to help you to bring the six principles to life, with each chapter concluding in a series of questions to inspire reflective thought and help you relate the content to your classroom practice. In an age of educational quick fixes, GCSE reform and ever-moving goalposts, this precise and timely addition to the Making Every Lesson Count series provides practical solutions to perennial problems and inspires a rich, challenging and evidence-informed approach to science teaching. Suitable for science teachers of students aged 11–16 years.

Papers For The Teacher English Pedagogy

Author : Henry Barnard
ISBN : UCAL:B3071737
Genre : Teachers
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Poi Tik

Author : Aristotle
ISBN : OCLC:81892916
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American Pedagogy

Author : Henry Barnard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033363925
Genre : Education
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English Pedagogy

Author : Henry Barnard
ISBN : STANFORD:36105042897160
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Pedagogy And Education For Life

Author : Trevor H. Cairney
ISBN : 1498283616
Genre : Religion
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There are many books on Christian education, but few consider pedagogy with a biblical focus on formation, and a grounding in varied related disciplines. This book seeks to recapture the term pedagogy and place it at the center of the teacher's role--not as a pseudonym for other things, but as the critical foundation for the orchestration of classroom life. This is a view of pedagogy that accepts that children come to classrooms as inhabitants of multiple and varied communities. Some are known and shared with teachers, but many are not. Children cannot be left to find their way in the world, for as they encounter competing and contradictory worlds, their hopes, dreams, and intentions are shaped. Teachers play a key role in students' formation by ""shaping"" classroom life, for all of life is used by God to reveal himself. The things taught, the priorities set and activities planned, the experiences structured and books shared--indeed, everything in and outside school acts upon and shapes our students. Pedagogy is the vehicle for shaping the life of the school. Learning requires more than subject content and good teaching. The central task of teachers is the development of a pedagogy that shapes ""life."" This book offers challenge and guidance as teachers engage in this noble task. ""What is authentic Christian pedagogy? Trevor Cairney calls us to a broader view of education that covers all of life, not simply cognition about facts. He explains the important of learning in community, and the formation of the whole person. Our ultimate purpose in Christian education means a more radical transformation than just believing in a different worldview--rather, we are called together--heart, mind and strength--to grow as disciples of Christ."" --James Dalziel, Dean of Education, Morling College, Australia ""Amid a wider renewal of interest in the formational dimensions of faith-informed education, Cairney brings long experience and a welcome focus on pedagogy as the whole way of life of a classroom."" --David I. Smith, Director, Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching and Learning, Calvin College ""Trevor Cairney has made an important and innovative contribution to Christian education in writing this book. Most importantly, he has focused on offering a practical, theologically rigorous understanding of pedagogy, which surely must be the prime, but oft-ignored, responsibility of Christian schools. In a culture that is increasingly focused on compliance and knowledge transmission, Cairney offers an inspiring, alternative vision of Christian formation."" --Trevor Cooling, National Institute for Christian Education Research, Canterbury Christ Church University ""A study of Trevor Cairney's book will engage you in a profound discussion with a practitioner and thinker about education. In particular you will be challenged to embrace a pedagogy which involves the shaping power of a community having as its end goal the kingdom of God. It should be read by all who want to advance the cause of education that is Christian."" --Peter F. Jensen, Former Archbishop of Sydney ""Trevor Cairney's book on Christian pedagogy is a highly significant contribution to one of the most important debates of our time. In a context in which Christian foundations are being dismantled at an alarming rate, it is critical that we explore how we might effectively prepare future generations to live out their faith with confidence, clarity, and compassion. There is hardly a more urgent need in our time. Cairney's emphasis on cultivation, formation, the 'transformation of habits of body and mind', on the critical role of 'the whole life of a community', and on a proper biblical emphasis on the coming kingdom of God is refreshing. How he fills all this out with careful thought that is deeply informed by a serious engagement with the teaching of the Bible lifts this to the front rank of recent books on the subject."" --Mark D. Thompson, Principal, Moore Theological Co

The School Journal

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ISBN : UCAL:C2623289
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