What Makes a Good Teacher? offers 13 answers or 13 characteristics that in combination can produce a quality teacher.
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.
A4 Teacher Manual – Page count: 48
Successfully juggle the variety of demands that arise when teaching students of differing levels. This series helps teachers cater effectively to a classroom of students of diverse ages, social backgrounds, behaviours and academic requirements.
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Educational researchers, management think tanks, motivational gurus and happiness advisers regularly affirm the essence of what former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once observed:
“The guts of teaching is simple – it is the relationship between a teacher and a group of kids.”
A hands-on, how-to guide for effective and enjoyable teaching practice.
Translate training into the classroom reality with ease.
Supporting beginning and experienced teachers to be effective practitioners
Achieve high engagement by building competence, autonomy, and content relevance in students, resulting in positive academic self-concept and self-efficacy. Readers will gain research-based instructional strategies for connecting with disengaged students and building positive student-teacher relationships
Written by highly experienced educators, Sally Sneddon and Anne Pettit, this book will assist educators, managers and coordinators in all kinds of education and care settings for young children to embed sustainability in everyday teaching.
STEM Detectives is a practical photographic resource to encourage and guide educators to identify the STEM happening in children’s play, as well as develop the skills and understanding to support and encourage a deeper level of exploration and discovery.
A Sense of Wonder explores the possibilities for experiencing science in early childhood settings, together with practical ideas to inspire early childhood educators and pre-service students.
This teacher manual takes readers on a journey that will help them to gain a greater understanding of reflective practice and where it has come from, how it relates to their practice and how they can engage in reflection to build their own professional capability.
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