ISBN: 9781877390623

What Makes a Good Teacher

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What Makes a Good Teacher? offers 13 answers or 13 characteristics that in combination can produce a quality teacher.
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ISBN: 9781877390623
Author(s) : John Hellner
SKU: 9781877390623

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Thirteen traits to nurture in the 21st-century classroom

What Makes a Good Teacher? offers 13 answers or 13 characteristics that in combination can produce a quality teacher. These characteristics reflect the educational epoch in which teachers practise today while also recognising that some elements of good teaching are timeless. This thought-provoking resource encourages you to take a fresh look at the teaching landscape and your own teaching practice.

Features:

  • Original and inspiring perspectives on central professional development issues
  • Grounded in 30 years of experience of teaching and professional development
  • Offers diverse, accessible and practical strategies for use in the classroom

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A4 Teacher Manual – Page count: 48

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2006

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