Franklin

The ultimate teaching manual a route to success for beginning teachers Gererd Dixie.

Author/Creator:
Dixie, Gererd, author.
Publication:
London New York Continuum 2011.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (217 p.)
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Subjects:
First year teachers -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teacher orientation -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Teaching -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Language:
English
Summary:
Embarking on a teaching career is a bit like setting off on an exciting car journey. You've prepared as well as you could, but you have no way of knowing what hazards and pitfalls lie ahead. And when you're on the road on your own, you're going to need more than just a full tank of petrol. Ideal for visual learners, this full-colour handbook uses Highway Code signs to help you navigate life in the classroom. It's easy to dip in and out of, and contains lots of strategies to help establish professionalism and good practice in the classroom
Contents:
Your legal and professional requirements
Researching your pupils' and the school's backgrounds
Preparing your classroom
Exploring the Ofsted report
Lesson planning and preparing your resources
Getting your subject knowledge up to date
Avoiding conflict
Achieving consistency in behaviour management
Introducing pace and purpose into lessons without leaving any students behind
Working collaboratively with teaching assistants
Making the school environment a positive and safe place to be
Personalising learning and multiple intelligences
Creating a broad and balanced curriculum
Integrating new pupils into the class
Reacting to unexpected behaviour and events
The challenging class
Establishing and retaining good pupil-teacher relations
Moral development of pupils
Making use of "wait time"
Regulating noise levels
Juggling the demands of the job
Communicating the aims and objectives of the lesson and setting targets
Teaching life skills
When, where and how to seek help without losing face
Making decisions
Parental engagement
Preface
Introduction
Section 1
1. Your legal and professional requirements
2. Researching your pupils' and the schools backgrounds
3. Preparing your classroom
4. Exploring the OfSTED report
5. Lesson planning and preparing your resources
6. Getting your subject knowledge up to date
Section 2
7. Avoiding conflict
8. Achieving consistency in behaviour management
9. Introducing pace and purpose into lessons without leaving and students behind
10. Working collaboratively with teaching assistants
11. Making the school environment a positive and safe place to be
12. Personalizing learning and multiple intelligences
13. Creating a broad and balanced curriculum
Section 3
14. Integrating new pupils into the class
15. Reacting to unexpected behaviour and events
16. The challenging class
17. Establishing and retaining good pupil-teacher relations and moral development of pupils
18. Repair and Rebuild
19. Regulating noise levels
Section 4
20. Making your learning journey transparent
21. Communicating the aims and objectives of the lesson and setting targets
22. Teaching life skills
23. When, where and how to seek help without losing face
24. Making decisions
25. Parental engagement
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Electronic reproduction. London : Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015 Available via World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreement
Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-206) and index
ISBN:
1-4729-2669-2
1-283-08907-6
9786613089076
1-4411-2820-4
OCLC:
719383403
Publisher Number:
10.5040/9781472926692 doi