Designed with a specific focus on classroom issues rather than education as a whole, this guide provides teachers with answers to the many questions they face everyday and is packed with facts and techniques, practical tips, and traps to avoid. This extensively researched, no-nonsense guide covers all the major educational issues in a quick, jargon-free way offering solutions to the information-overload that confronts teaching staff. It also covers useful theories; technical information; terms, acronyms and techniques; and recent legislation that will help teachers by: getting more satisfaction out of teaching managing students (and parents, and colleagues) in what can be an increasingly stressful environment getting up-to-date information (from ADD to ZPD). The A-Z of Learningis easy to digest and is an essential resource for anyone in the AcanEfront lineAcanac of education.... 13 weeks holidays minus (say) 4 INSET days and 1 bank holiday (outside normal holidays) is 38 weeks X 23 hours lesson time, average, per week equals 874 hours a year lesson time and assuming 365 X 8 hours sleep a night (!) ... Always be clear about your lesson plan, your learning objectives and outcomes, and the way in which you and others will measure that ... Pre-advise them if necessary.
|Title||:||The A-Z of Learning|
|Author||:||Mike Leibling, Robin Prior|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 2005-01|