Teaching assistants have a valuable, responsible and professional role to play in developing children's education. Learning how to fulfil that role effectively is not easy. Here, Janet Kay provides a practical and reliable guide to the job. Covering all aspects of the work, from understanding children's learning and the curriculum through to assessment and management, this book provides accessible support and guidance for in-service and trainee teaching assistants.Complete with case studies, self-assessment and suggestions on how to explore issues further, Teaching Assistant's Handbook provides an authoritative one-stop resource for all in the profession.The role of support staff in schools has become increasingly important with the growth of class sizes and the ever-increasing ... The responsibilities of teaching assistants have grown apace with these changes and now cover a wide range of ... Ap9, 531 to Ap12, 444 and most were required to work extra hours without extra paya#39; (Guardian Education Letters, 15 May 2001). ... care officers, support workers, teachera#39;s aides, link workers and specialist teaching assistants are some examples.
|Title||:||Teaching Assistant's Handbook|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2002|