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How do expert primary classteachers really work? : a critical guide for teachers, headteachers and teacher educators

By: Eaude, Tony

Part of the Critical Guides for Teacher Educators series
1909330019 / 9781909330016
Paperback
372.24
30/11/2012
Stock expected by 11/04/2020
England
24 cm vi, 71 pages
Professional & Vocational  Learn More Further/Higher Education Postgraduate, Research & Scholarly

This is an essential text for anyone interested in teaching primary school children, including teacher educators, classteachers and headteachers.

What constitutes outstanding or good teaching of children in the primary years is rarely discussed other than in terms of measurable outcomes in literacy and numeracy.

This book presents a different view of the distinctive learning needs of 5-11 year-olds and examines the knowledge, skills and attributes required to meet these, especially as a classteacher.

Informed by research, but linking this with practical examples, it examines how teachers with a high level of expertise with young children actually think, act and interact.

While highlighting the features of such expertise, the challenges of developing it are not overlooked, and the text provides practical pointers on how to do this in both initial teacher education and continuing professional development. This title is part of the successful Critical Guides for Teacher Educators series edited by Ian Menter.

BIC:

JNF Educational strategies & policy, JNMT Teacher training, JNT Teaching skills & techniques

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