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Learning to teach in the secondary school : a companion to school experience

Author: Susan Anne Capel; Marilyn Leask; Tony Turner
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2013.
Series: Learning to teach subjects in the secondary school series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 6th edView all editions and formats
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A sound and practical introduction to the skills needed to qualify as a teacher, 'Learning to Teach in the Secondary School' is designed to help develop the qualities that lead to good practice and a successful future in education.
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Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Susan Anne Capel; Marilyn Leask; Tony Turner
ISBN: 9780415518352 0415518350 9780415518369 0415518369 0203123409 9780203123409
OCLC Number: 814301746
Description: xxii, 633 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Contents: 1 Becoming A Teacher 7 --
1.1 What do teachers do? / Andrew Green Green, Andrew, Marilyn Leask Leask, Marilyn 9 --
teachers as individuals --
your role as a teacher --
teacher language --
the work in the classroom --
the tip of the iceberg --
professional knowledge for teaching --
managing the learning environment --
a key part of your general pedagogic knowledge --
classroom rights and responsibilities --
1.2 Student teachers' roles and responsibilities / Michael Allen Allen, Michael, Rob Toplis Toplis, Rob 25 --
9 preparing for school experience --
during school experience: work with other staff and pupils in school --
expectations, roles and responsibilities of school experience --
teachers as professionals --
a model of student teacher development --
beyond your ITE course --
1.3 Managing your time, workload and stress / Susan Capel Capel, Susan 42 --
managing your time and workload --
preventing, managing and coping with stress --
1.4 Using information and communications technology/digital technologies for professional purposes / Antony Stockford Stockford, Antony 55 --
the relevance of ICT for you and your pupils --
frameworks for auditing your knowledge and understanding --
ideas and examples for embedding ICT learning in your subject --
some core techniques when teaching using ICT in your subject --
planning to teach using ICT resources --
2 Beginning to Teach 81 --
2.1 Reading classrooms: how to maximise learning from classroom observation / Ana Redondo Redondo, Ana 83 --
preparing to observe: some general points --
who should you be observing and why? --
what do classrooms look like? --
how lessons begin and end --
the structure of a lesson and transitions --
teacher talk and oral feedback --
pupil talk and interaction --
focus upon pupil learning --
observing pupil management and encouraging pupil behaviours that maximise learning --
observing assessment for learning --
how does the teacher use learning resources and aids during the lesson? --
subject content focused observation --
using video to support lesson observation --
collaborative teaching as a form of observation --
further enquiries and observations: some suggestions --
2.2 Schemes of work, units of work and lesson planning / Sophy Bassett Bassett, Sophy, Mark Bowler Bowler, Mark, Angela Newton Newton, Angela 99 --
planning what to teach and how to teach it --
content of lessons --
teaching strategies --
schemes of work, units of work and lesson plans --
planning parts of a lesson --
2.3 Taking responsibility for whole lessons / Marilyn Leask Leask, Marilyn, Mike Watts Watts, Mike 112 --
routines for good class management --
your personal attributes --
lesson preparation --
avoiding common problems --
more general concerns --
3 Classroom Interactions and Managing Pupils 127 --
3.1 Communicating with pupils / Paula Zwozdiak-Myers Zwozdiak-Myers, Paula, Susan Capel Capel, Susan 129 --
verbal communication --
types of communication --
non-verbal communication --
presenting yourself effectively --
3.2 Motivating pupils / Misia Gervis Gervis, Misia, Susan Capel Capel, Susan 147 --
what is motivation? --
theories of motivation --
what motivates people? --
motivating individuals and the class as a whole --
3.3 Managing classroom behaviour: adopting a positive approach / Philip Garner Garner, Philip 166 --
the current context: official advice and guidance --
what is unacceptable behaviour? --
scoping the causal factors --
key principles of a behaviour for learning approach --
getting the simple things right! --
rights, responsibilities, routines and rules --
consequences --
3.4 Primary-secondary transitions / Divya Jindal-Snape Jindal-Snape, Divya 186 --
conceptualisation of educational transition and its impact on planning and preparation --
issues related to primary-secondary transitions --
understanding transitions through theoretical perspectives --
examples of planning and preparation for primary-secondary transition --
what seems to work for pupils? --
4 Meeting Individual Differences 199 --
4.1 Pupil grouping, progression and differentiation / Alexandra Titchmarsh Titchmarsh, Alexandra 201 --
grouping pupils across the school --
progression and differentiation --
case studies of pupils --
4.2 Adolescence, health and well-being / Margaret Jepson Jepson, Margaret, Barbara Walsh Walsh, Barbara 219 --
about development and growth --
diet, health and well-being --
moving forward --
4.3 Cognitive development / Judy Ireson Ireson, Judy, Ralph Levinson Levinson, Ralph 234 --
differences between pupils --
developing cognitive abilities --
creative problem solving --
measuring cognitive development and intelligence tests --
4.4 Responding to diversity / Stefanie Sullivan Sullivan, Stefanie, Andrew Noyes Noyes, Andrew 254 --
a history of diversity --
equal opportunities and educational equity --
gender --
ethnicity --
class --
school policy and classroom practice --
responding to diversity in the classroom --
4.5 Values education: discussion and deliberation / Ruth Heilbronn Heilbronn, Ruth 268 --
values education --
ethical deliberation through discussion --
4.6 An introduction to inclusion, special educational needs and disability / Nick Peacey Peacey, Nick 285 --
definitions --
defining SEN and disability --
reports and legislation --
the SEN Code of Practice 2001: a little more detail --
the three-stage approach to meeting needs --
individual education plan (IEP) --
support and provision on an individual plan --
records from transfer between schools --
the statement of SEN: the third stage of the code of practice for SEN --
the response of schools --
helping pupils with SEN to learn --
specific educational needs --
5 Helping Pupils Learn 305 --
5.1 Ways pupils learn / Diana Burton Burton, Diana 307 --
how ideas about teaching and learning interact --
psychological perspectives on learning --
cognitive developmental theory --
the influence of stage theory --
metacognitive awareness --
social constructivist theory --
constructivism --
information processing theory (IP theory) --
learning styles, strategies and approaches --
5.2 Active learning / Michelle Lowe Lowe, Michelle 325 --
what is active learning? --
case studies: two pupils learning mathematics --
active learning, discovery learning and rote learning --
active learning in the classroom: aids to recall and understanding --
lesson planning for active learning --
developing pupils' higher-order thinking skills --
5.3 Teaching styles / Marilyn Leask Leask, Marilyn 345 --
teaching styles and strategies --
teaching strategies and meaningful learning --
information processing models and teaching style --
personalised learning and independent learners --
5.4 Improving your teaching: an introduction to practitioner research, reflective practice and evidence-informed practice / Marilyn Leask Leask, Marilyn, Tony Liversidge Liversidge, Tony 360 --
processes of reflective practice and practitioner research --
research techniques for use in the classroom --
observation schedules --
analysing evidence about teaching and learning --
5.5 Personalising and individualising learning / Carrie Winstanley Winstanley, Carrie 372 --
what is meant by personalising and individualising learning? --
the principles and components of personalising learning --
practical considerations --
classroom approaches: teaching/pedagogical strategies --
the role of the teacher and continuing professional development --
5.6 Neuroeducation: the emergence of the brain in education / Paul Howard-Jones Howard-Jones, Paul 382 --
neuromyths to avoid --
brain development and brain plasticity --
brains, games and learning: pupil engagement --
5.7 Developing critical thinking / Hazel Bryan Bryan, Hazel 389 --
the linden tree --
architecture --
icons --
the learning space --
interactions --
fruits of the tree: creating a critical disposition in your pupils --
5.8 Creating a language-rich classroom / Annabel Watson Watson, Annabel, Debra Myhill Myhill, Debra 403 --
creating an interactive classroom --
exploratory talk for learning --
creating active readers --
DART --
directed activities related to text --
supporting writing --
6 Assessment 415 --
6.1 'First do no harm': assessment, pupil motivation and learning / Terry Haydn Haydn, Terry 417 --
what is assessment for learning and why is it important? --
understanding the vocabulary of assessment --
context --
common misconceptions and problems relating to assessment and learning --
how to make assessment useful --
6.2 External assessment and examinations / Bernadette Youens Youens, Bernadette 439 --
your own experience --
types of assessment --
the framework of external assessment in secondary schools --
the purposes of external assessment --
validity and reliability --
teaching externally assessed courses --
7 The School, Curriculum and Society 455 --
7.1 Aims of education / Graham Haydon Haydon, Graham 457 --
the social and political context of aims --
thinking about aims --
recognising the diversity of aims --
comparing and justifying aims --
societal and individual aims --
equal aims for everyone? --
7.2 The school curriculum / Graham Haydon Haydon, Graham 468 --
the curriculum in general and within particular subjects --
the formal curriculum --
the informal curriculum and the hidden curriculum --
curriculum as a selection from culture --
relating curriculum to aims --
relating curriculum subject to wider aims --
7.3 Understanding education across the four home countries of the UK / David Crook Crook, David 480 --
systems of education in the four home countries Historical developments in the four home countries --
comparing the four countries --
7.4 International education comparisons: understanding UK education in an international context / Andrea Raiker Raiker, Andrea, Matti Rautiainen Rautiainen, Matti 491 --
international comparisons --
education in Finland --
considering the advantages and disadvantages of the Finnish model --
internationalisation of classrooms --
using Bourdieu's theory to analyse the complex relationships existing in multicultural classrooms --
8 Your Professional Development 507 --
8.1 Getting your first post / Julia Lawrence Lawrence, Julia, Susan Capel Capel, Susan 509 --
consider why you want to enter the teaching profession --
deciding where, and in what type of school, you want to teach --
looking for suitable vacancies --
selecting a post that interests you --
making an application --
methods of application --
the interview --
accepting a post --
if you are not offered a post --
8.2 Developing further as a teacher / Jeanne Keay Keay, Jeanne 529 --
developing further as a teacher --
planning your professional development --
transition into your first teaching post --
professional development --
teaching --
a professional role --
8.3 Accountability, contractual and statutory duties / Dawn Leslie Leslie, Dawn, Sue Collins Collins, Sue 541 --
where do teachers fit within the education system? --
Accountability --
legal duties and responsibilities --
important legislation --
contractual and statutory duties --
9 And Finally / Marilyn Leask Leask, Marilyn, Andrew Green Green, Andrew 551 --
your role in raising attainment and improving life chances --
what values will you pass on?.
Series Title: Learning to teach subjects in the secondary school series.
Responsibility: edited by Susan Capel, Marilyn Leask and Tony Turner.

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A sound and practical introduction to the skills needed to qualify as a teacher, 'Learning to Teach in the Secondary School' is designed to help develop the qualities that lead to good practice and a successful future in education.

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