This fascinating book explores the interactions between teachers and students, presenting new ways of engaging young people in learning. Alan McLean's very practical approach shows teachers how to understand children's learning stances—the modes of behavior that children bring with them to the classroom. Linking this to specific teaching methods, he shows how teachers can shape their teaching to help children learn more effectively.
- What makes pupils tick?
- What pupils do to motivate themselves
- Understanding children's emotions
- What teachers can do to motivate pupils
- Personality styles and how to work with them effectively
- Children's learning stances
Alan McLean is Principal Educational Psychologist at Glasgow City Council.