Drawing on educational and psychological research and adhering closely to QTS standards, trainee teachers will find this easy-to-read book an invaluable guide to child psychology and the psychology of teaching.
a realistic and in-depth account of different kinds of learning
summarises reliable knowledge about how teaching can aid learning in schools
addresses issues of interest to all teachers – including the repertoire of teaching, the main phases of learning, the classroom environment, keeping order, and lesson planning – in a practical and accessible manner
also covers more complex topics such as intelligence, special educational needs, bullying, child abuse, gender, ethnicity, teacher expectations and assessment
gives examples of practice across all four key stages and different school subjects
would form a suitable part of the government-led continuing professional development project: Excellence and Enjoyment - A Strategy for Primary Schools.
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