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Teaching Children 3-11
A Student's Guide

Third Edition
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December 2011 | 368 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Focusing on the major topics underpinning professional studies strands in elementary education, Teaching Children 3-11 provides indispensable coverage of vital practical and conceptual issues that support good teaching practice. The Third Edition includes four new chapters on: curriculum development, cross-curricular teaching, diversity and inclusion, and communication in the classroom.

 


 
PART ONE: THE LEARNING TEACHER
Graham Handscomb and Anne Cockburn
Setting out
Graham Handscomb
Working Together and Enquiring within
Sue Cox
Approaches to Learning and Teaching
 
PART TWO: SKILLS IN TEACHING AND LEARNING
Jenifer Smith and Michele Otway
Talking in Class
Stephen Chynoweth and Lorraine Laudrum
Observation
Lorraine Laudrum and Stephen Chynoweth
Classroom Skills
Melanie Foster, Graham Handscomb and Elizabeth Cornish
The Unique Child: Approaches to Diversity and Inclusion
Anne Cockburn and Paul Parslow-Williams
Positive Ethos: Motivation and Behaviour
Jenifer Smith
Reflective Practice
Ralph Manning
Assessment
Eleanor Cockerton
Planning
Helena Gillespie and Abigail Williams
E-Learning
 
PART THREE: MANAGING THE CURRICULUM
Fiona Dorey and Graham Handscomb
The Dynamic Curriculum
Paul Parslow-Williams and Michael Pond
Making Sense of the Curriculum
Alan Pagden
Continuity and Progression from Three to Eleven
 
PART FOUR: THE CHILD AND THE COMMUNITY
Jo Lang and Eleanor Cockerton
The School in the Community and the Community in the School
 
PART FIVE: DEVELOPING THE TEACHER YOU WANT TO BE
Ann Oliver
How Am I Doing?
Anne Cockburn and Graham Handscomb
Your First Teaching Post

EYFS ITE students will find this a useful survey of important issues and approaches.

Mr Neil Rutledge
Education (Carlisle), University of Cumbria
December 16, 2012

This is an excellent book which has been useful to each of the modules I have taught this year.

Mrs Jane Wellock
Child Studies, York College
July 31, 2012

A good overview text.

Michelle Lowe
Institute for Education Policy Research (Stoke), Staffordshire University
July 25, 2012

An essential book for any student starting a teaching course. Chapters cover the main areas for students to be aware of and there are reflection activities which challenges the students thinking further.

Mrs Suzanne Strawford
School of Education, Newman University College
June 6, 2012

This provides an excellent overview of key elements in teaching early years and primary pupils. The chapter construction clearly guides the reader through and the issues for reflection provide valuable thinking prompts. An accessable resource for those starting out on their teaching courses.

Mrs Deborah Seward
Faculty of Education (Lancaster), University of Cumbria
June 6, 2012

This is a useful book for trainee teachers to enhance their understanding

Ms Sally Howard
Warwick Institute of Education, Warwick University
May 28, 2012

this book is useful for primary education to highlight a variety of methods for educatators to use.

Mrs Kerrie Lee
Centre for Educational Studies, Hull University
May 8, 2012

Useful and accessible.

Ms Amanda French
Dept of Education Studies, Wolverhampton University
April 24, 2012

A great text which manages to embed theory with practice; including pragmatic example studies for students

Mr Andrew Holmes
Centre for Life-Long Learning, Hull University
February 27, 2012

Good clear handbook for students on a teaching course.

Mrs Helen Jones
College of Education and Lifelong Learning, Bangor University
February 17, 2012

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