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Improving learning through consulting pupils

Author: Jean Rudduck; Donald McIntyre
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2007.
Series: Improving learning.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

Drawing on research carried out as part of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme, this work discusses the potential of consultation as a strategy for signalling a more partnership-oriented  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Rudduck; Donald McIntyre
ISBN: 0415416159 9780415416153 0415416167 9780415416160
OCLC Number: 255535864
Description: 176 Seiten ; 22 cm.
Contents: Part 1: What is Consultation and Why is it Important? 1.1. The Growth of the 'Pupil Voice Movement' and What it Endorses 1.2. The Project's Aims and Design 1.3. Elements of the Project 1.4. The Project's Difficulty in Resisting the Temptation to Move Outside the Classroom and Away from Teaching and Learning Part 2: What Does the Project Tell Us? 2.1. Strategies for Consultation 2.2. What Pupils Say About Teaching and Learning 2.3. Teachers' Responses to What Pupils Say 2.4. The Impact on Pupils, Teachers and Schools 2.5. The Impact on Teacher-Pupil Relationships 2.6. Developing the Work in Schools and Classroom 2.7. Constraints Part 3: The Implications: Towards a Theory of Learning Appendix: How the Research was Carried Out
Series Title: Improving learning.
Responsibility: Jean Rudduck and Donald McIntyre.


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'The growth of the pupil voice agenda in schools, and within research communities, means that this type of synthesis of ideas, alongside an evidence-base, was much needed.' - Learning and Teaching Read more...

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