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Curriculum For Personal And Social Education

Author : Linda Otten
ISBN : 9781134108107
Genre : Education
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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Organising Learning In The Primary School Classroom

Author : Joan Dean
ISBN : 9781135868475
Genre : Education
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Since the publication of the first edition, Organising Learning in the Primary School Classroom has been recognised as an indispensable guide for primary school teachers in their quest for more effective practice in the classroom. It gives help on everyday problems of classroom organisation: how to group children, how to set out a classroom physically, how to make the most efficient use of time and resources. Now in its 4th edition, the book retains these strengths but has been brought right up to date with the many changes that are taking place nationally and globally. The book begins with a survey of these recent changes and goes on to consider their implications for teachers if today's schools are to prepare children for what is, to some extent, an unknown future. In addition to chapters on classroom organisation, the book includes chapters on: child development creativity PSHE and citizenship teaching language and literacy, ICT, mathematics and science the foundation subjects working with parents working effectively with Teaching Assistants evaluating and assessing learning teaching children with special educational needs or exceptional ability. Throughout, the aim is to get teachers and student teachers to analyse their own classrooms and to produce solutions that will work for them. This book will be invaluable not only to newly qualified teachers, but also to experienced practitioners wishing to review their work.

Teacher Development

Author : Beverley Bell
ISBN : 0750704276
Genre : Education
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This book reports on the findings of a 3-year research project, Learning in Science, carried out in New Zealand. It documents the teacher development process for a group of science teachers as they used new teaching activities to take into account students' thinking, constructivist views of learning, and alternative conceptions. The professional growth teachers seek includes responses to such concerns as continuity, progression, differentiation, the inclusive curriculum, assessment, teaching and learning activities, curriculum science, and resources to support teaching and learning. The theme of this book is that teaching is practiced in a public arena and is a social activity governed by rules and norms. Chapter 1 outlines the concerns of teachers seeking professional development and their frustrations over wanting to change but not always achieving it. Chapter 2 describes a descriptive model of teacher development that arose from a 3-year research project and elaborates the key aspects of professional, personal, and social development. Chapter 3 discusses a social constructivist view as it relates to teacher development. Chapters 4 to 7 document, with the aid of illustrative data, the factors that helped the development of the teachers in the research project: feeling better about themselves as teachers; better learning; support, feedback, and reflection; knowing about the change process; and the use of anecdotes. Chapter 8 discusses the wider social influences on teaching and teacher development and the challenges of the educational contexts of teacher development. The final chapter highlights the challenges of the new model to policy makers, school management, teacher developers, and teachers. Contains 204 references. (JRH)

Inclusion For Children With Speech And Language Impairments

Author : Kate Ripley
ISBN : 9781853467295
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text discusses what teachers and other professionals can do to promote learning and social inclusion in a mainstream setting of children with speech and language impairments.

Social Education For Peace

Author : C. Carter
ISBN : 9781137534057
Genre : Education
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Carter illuminates and validates the vital role of visioning in social education. The book features peace in social education with instructional recommendations, planning resources and descriptions of transdisciplinary learning. It elaborates mindful citizenship across social, environmental, ethical, geographic, economic and political realms.

Creative Planning Resource For Interconnected Teaching And Learning

Author : Lyn Ellen Lacy
ISBN : 0820451851
Genre : Education
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Annotation Drawing from various educational reform theories, this book provides a foundation for interconnected teaching and learning for the whole child and across a curriculum featuring media literacy, multiculturalism, and personal development. Written for pre-service and in-service teachers at the preschool through twelfth grade levels, the book offers advice on planning to accommodate diverse groupings and making the most of limited resources. Lacy taught in Minneapolis Public Schools. Pailliotet teaches education at Whitman College. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

Pastoral Care And Personal Social Ed

Author : Ron Best
ISBN : 9781441170576
Genre : Education
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Table of Contents 1. From Here to Integrity Ron Best, Chris Watkins and Caroline Lodge 2. Integrity and Uncertainty - Why Young People Need Doubtful Teachers Guy Claxton 3. The Child Tricia David 4. Curriculum for the Future Ian Barr and Margaret McGhie 5. 'Now just compose yourselves' - Personal Development and Integrity in Changing Times Chris Watkins 6. Stand and Deliver - The Teacher's Integrity? John Sullivan 7. Schools as Places of Learning and Integrity Caroline Lodge 8. Family Relationships, Learning and Teachers - Keeping the Connections Neil Dawson and Brenda McHugh 9. Prospective Institutional Inequities, Interculturalism and Education in Britain Jagdish Gundara 10. Schools for Communities John MacBeath 11. Policy and Governance John Tomlinson 12. And How Will We Get There From Here? Chris Watkins, Ron Best and Caroline Lodge

Reflective Teaching And Learning

Author : Dymoke S & Harrison J
ISBN : 9781446244722
Genre : Education
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This core text is an introduction for beginning secondary teachers on developing the art of critical reflective teaching throughout their professional work.

Disability And Teaching

Author : Susan Gabel
ISBN : 9781135137519
Genre : Education
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Disability and Teaching highlights issues of disability in K-12 schooling faced by teachers, who are increasingly accountable for the achievement of all students regardless of the labels assigned to them. It is designed to engage prospective and practicing teachers in examining their personal theories and beliefs about disability and education. Part I offers four case studies dealing with issues such as inclusion, over-representation in special education, teacher assumptions and biases, and the struggles of novice teachers. These cases illustrate the need to understand disability and teaching within the contexts of school, community, and the broader society and in relation to other contemporary issues facing teachers. Each is followed by space for readers to write their own reactions and reflections, educators’ dialogue about the case, space for readers’ reactions to the educators’ dialogue, a summary, and additional questions. Part II presents public arguments representing different views about the topic: conservative, liberal-progressive, and disability centered. Part III situates the authors’ personal views within the growing field of Disability Studies in education and provides exercises for further reflection and a list of resources. Disability and Teaching is the 8th volume in the Reflective Teaching and the Social Conditions of Schooling Series, edited by Daniel P. Liston and Kenneth M. Zeichner. This series of small, accessible, interactive texts introduces the notion of teacher reflection and develops it in relation to the social conditions of schooling. Each text focuses on a specific issue or content area in relation to teaching and follows the same format. Books in this series are appropriate for teacher education courses across the curriculum.

Special Educational Needs

Author : Michael Farrell
ISBN : 0761942386
Genre : Education
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By examining related disciplines, Farrell provides a road map for special education and considers how special education can be better understood.

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