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The Management of Student Teachers Learning

Author : Hagger, H.
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Aimed at professional tutors, this text explains the role of managing student teachers in secondary school settings. It describes how to organize school-based teacher training, how to ensure proper communication between teaching staff and how to measure the effectiveness of mentoring.

Management Of Teacher Education A Handbook

Author : G.N. Prakash Srivastava
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Coaching a Student Teacher

Author : Marvin A. Henry
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Little time? Big responsibility! If you are a cooperating teacher hosting a student teacher, this book is the quick reference tool that you need. We like to say, “It’s the little instruction book that should come with your student teacher!” It provides direction that you need to enhance your observational strategies and maximize professional communication with your student teacher. It includes essential information in an easy-reading, handy format. With key advice from experienced teacher educators, you will understand the coaching aspect of your supervisoryrole to use successfully throughout the student teaching experience.

Planning Classroom Management

Author : Karen Bosch
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The author helps teachers develop classroom management plans through a five-step process that includes introspection, observation, plan development, implementation, and plan revision.

Creating Effective Teaching and Learning Environments First Results from TALIS

Author : OECD
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This survey aims to help countries review and develop policies to make the teaching profession more attractive and more effective.

It s Just a False Sense of Reality

Author : Margaret E. Schmidt
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Six preservice music teachers claimed to learn from student teaching three important classroom management concepts: responding to differences in students' characteristics, behavior, and instructional needs; developing appropriate relationships with students and parents; and establishing themselves in the teacher's role. They did not, however, appear to remember learning about management in a Practicum course the previous year, although relationships to course concepts were evident. This qualitative study explored relationships between the student teachers' claims and the concepts the course instructors believed they presented. The participants' contextual understanding of their student teaching settings appeared more effective than peer teaching or other course-based learning in developing understandings of classroom management. Implications for fostering connections between course-and field-based learning are discussed.

TALIS 2018 Results Volume I Teachers and School Leaders as Lifelong Learners

Author : OECD
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The OECD Teaching and Learning International Survey (TALIS) is the largest international survey asking teachers and school leaders about their working conditions and learning environments, and provides a barometer of the profession every five years. Results from the 2018 cycle explore and examine the various dimensions of teacher and school leader professionalism across education systems.

Primary Teaching Skills

Author : Prof E C Wragg
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Primary teachers have always been required to master a wealth of knowledge and professional skills and recent debate has led to pressure for ever higher levels of competence. Ted Wragg's book provides a comprehensive guide to the skills needed by today's primary teachers. Separate chapters cover such central demands of the job as explaining new topics, asking stimulating questions and settling down with a new class and one is devoted to the particular problems of supply teachers. Based on extensive research in classrooms over the last three years, Primary Teaching Skills will enlighten and entertain both student and novice teachers and their more experienced colleagues at all stages of their professional development.

Behaviour Management An Essential Guide for Student and Newly Qualified Teachers

Author : Eleanor Overland
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Behaviour Management: An Essential Guide for Student and Newly Qualified Teachers explores the current issues and theories in behaviour management. It encourages readers to think and reflect on their own experiences and offers practical advice for developing confidence in the classroom and quickly adapting to the changing needs of different students and settings. Each chapter of the book focuses on a different aspect of behaviour management, addressing issues such as building routines, health and safety, mental health and using technology to support behaviour management. It includes: Tasks designed to encourage analytical, reflective and original thinking. Resources and guidance to develop practice and collate evidence to add to portfolios or other files required by tutors, mentors and assessors. Case studies from personal experience that provide tips and tools for effectively managing behaviour. This book is an essential resource for student teachers, newly or recently qualified teachers and anyone with an interest in developing an understanding of behaviour within schools.

Managing Pupil Behaviour

Author : Terry Haydn
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Why are some teachers and student teachers better at managing pupil behaviour than others? What are the factors which make a difference to classroom climate? Can any teacher or student teacher become accomplished at managing pupil behaviour? Managing Pupil Behaviourprovides routes through the classroom management maze to help practising and aspiring teachers learn to manage behaviour effectively in their classrooms. Using a unique 10-point scale, it encourages teachers to think about the degree to which they are relaxed and in assured control of their classrooms and can enjoy their teaching. Drawing on the views of over 140 teachers and 700 pupils, it provides insights into the factors which enable teachers to manage learning effectively in their classrooms, so that pupils can learn and achieve, and teachers can enjoy their work. Key issues explored include the factors that influence the working atmosphere in the classroom, the impact of that atmosphere on teaching and learning, and tensions around inclusive practice and situations where some pupils may be spoiling the learning of others. This new edition has been fully updated to take account of recent research and inspection findings and includes a new chapter exploring the wide range of sophisticated skills that expert teachers deploy in order to get pupils to want to learn, and to enable teachers to work in classrooms where the climate is perfect for learning. Managing Pupil Behaviourwill help all teachers ensure ‘the right to learn’ for all the pupils in their care and to think about different ways to approach this vitally important aspect of their working lives.