In How to Explain Absolutely Anything to Absolutely Anyone: The art and science of teacher explanation, Andy Tharby talks teachers through a set of remarkably simple techniques that will help revolutionise the precision and clarity of their message.
Essential reading for all international students studying for a British qualification at university, providing a clear guide to researching and producing a well presented and cohesive piece of academic writing.
For those undertaking an education or teaching degree within higher education, this book provides study support and skills development for both oral and written communication in the context of education and teaching.
Whether you are still a student or long finished with formal education, The Super Tutor offers a first-class schooling for anyone who wants to learn - the kind of learning that will stay with you a lifetime.
A guide to developing productive student-faculty partnerships in higher education Student-faculty partnerships is an innovation that is gaining traction on campuses across the country. There are few established models in this new endeavor, however.
The Learning Power Approach (LPA) is a pedagogical formula which aims to develop all students as confident and capable learners - ready, willing, and able to choose, design, research, pursue, troubleshoot, and evaluate learning for themselves, alone and with others, in school and out.
In The Expert Teacher: Using pedagogical content knowledge to plan superb lessons, Darren Mead presents an engaging, research-informed view on which teaching strategies work best to induce long-term learning in students.
The must-have companion workbook to the bestselling Teach Like a Champion 2. 0 Teach Like a Champion Field Guide 2. 0 is the teacher's hands-on guide to improving their craft. In Teach Like a Champion 2.
Putting the Human Centre Stage focuses on the hidden skills within your teaching repertoire. This book will help you to develop, reflect on, and improve these skills, enriching your practice in the process.
In Teach Like Nobody's Watching: The essential guide to effective and efficient teaching, Mark Enser sets out a time-efficient approach to teaching that will reduce teachers' workload and enhance their pupils' levels of engagement and attainment.
The Teaching Puzzle is for teachers as well as the wider school community. The book offers a range of ideas and strategies - some of the puzzle pieces - to help your work be as effective, rewarding and enjoyable as possible. Putting the pieces together will promote emotional wellbeing, relationship skills and positive behaviour in children.
Brings together contributions from a range of educationalists interested in the idea of personalizing learning. Although the book is suitable for teachers and policy makers, it is of interest to many others, in health education, consultancy, management, research and development, and industrial training.
Using stories of successful practice and ideas for improving collaborative work, the book explores and maps the development of the roles in relation to children's learning that can be played by people other than qualified teachers.
Providing examples of how primary and secondary schools can work together more effectively to ensure students enjoy a smooth and effective move from primary to secondary school, this text aims to give teachers practical help to remove the boundaries to progress and help rekindle their passion for teaching.
Offers teachers with strategies and techniques they can use to develop their confidence in teaching A Level students. This book contains strategies that allow teachers to develop their teaching style so that the students can have a purposeful, inspired and enjoyable learning experience.
Dealing with parents is often harder than dealing with pupils, and can cause anxiety and distress amongst teachers. Stern offers practical advice on how to involve parents with school life so as to improve relations and thereby alleviating the stress and reduce the teacher's workload.
This book draws together a range of issues about the use of ICT in the classroom into one volume. It encourages students and teachers to reflect on issues so that they can make reasoned and informed judgements about their teaching.
This book uses research studies and the experiences of teachers to show how and why people can become effective teachers. The author asserts that it is always possible to learn to become a more effective teacher, and encourages the student teacher to develop their professional practice.
The move to school-based initial teacher education has opened up exciting opportunities for student teachers to learn from practising teachers' expertise. This book explores the implications of different approaches to helping student teachers to learn from practising teachers.
Intended to help anyone who teaches, this book presents an account of good practice. Divided into two parts, it offers an insight into how to teach in almost any set of circumstances. It helps teachers to think through their own problems and situations.
Offers an exploration of practical teaching strategies and provides ideas that are supported by practical experience, research evidence and theory. This book is intended for those teachers who are on their central professional task of understanding and deploying a range of teaching modes and strategies in order to promote successful learning.
The case studies in this book show that learning mentors are indispensable to supporting school improvement. Thirty five studies of best practice included in it, illustrate the day to day experience of learning mentors, and how they improve children's learning, participation, personal development and well-being.