Practical Teaching: a Guide to Teaching in the Education and Training Sector: A Guide to Teaching in the Lifelong Learning SectorPaperback
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- Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA
- Format: Paperback | 250 pages
- Dimensions: 189mm x 246mm x 20mm | 1,410g
- Publication date: 21 January 2014
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 1408076020
- ISBN 13: 9781408076026
- Edition: 2
- Edition statement: 2nd edition
- Sales rank: 393,429
Practical Teaching: A Guide to Teaching in the Education and Training Sector is the perfect companion for those studying or teaching the new Award, Certificate and/or Diploma in Education and Training, PGCE, Cert Ed and all Initial Teacher Training Qualifications. This comprehensive new title is the ultimate handbook for the student teacher wishing to pursue the next stage of training in the Further Education Sector, and it follows the success of Linda Wilson's previous Practical Teaching guides. Drawing on years of experience in the field, Linda Wilson takes readers through all aspects of teaching and learning; from the initial interviews and inductions through the learning process, to assessment and finally reflection, offering helpful and workable tips for success along the way. Her book offers practical ideas for teaching in an easy-to-read style. Essential theory is introduced on a need-to-know basis, and is set in the context of its application within the classroom. This text is also updated to include strategies for improving teaching and learning in line with guidance from the Common Inspection Framework, and it is a useful tool to provide CPD for qualified teachers.
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Linda Wilson has been teaching in Further Education since 1984. She started as a variable hours lecturer and went on to hold a full-time teaching post after taking her teaching qualifications; she has since gained a Master's Degree in the Management of Education. Linda became involved in staff training and teacher training during the 90s and is currently Director of Human Resources at Tamworth and Lichfield College.
Table of contents
Part One The Education and Training sector Chapter 1 Roles, Responsibilities and Boundaries Chapter 2 Legislation and Codes of Conduct Chapter 3 Support for Learners Part Two Planning to Meet the Needs of Learners Chapter 4 Negotiating Individual Goals Chapter 5 Session Planning Part Three Facilitating Learning Chapter 6 The Purpose of Learning Chapter 7 Individual and Group Learning Chapter 8 Monitoring and Recording Progress Part Four Resources Chapter 9 Resources Part Five Assessment Chapter 10 The Principles of Assessment: Functions and Concepts Chapter 11 Planning and Delivering Assessment Chapter 12 Questioning and Feedback in Assessment Chapter 13 Recording Progress and Achievement Chapter 14 Enabling Learning through Assessment Chapter 15 Quality Assurance of Assessment Part Six Delivering inclusive learning Chapter 16 Understanding Inclusion Chapter 17 Using Inclusive Strategies Part Seven Theories and Principles Chapter 18 Principles and Theories of Learning and Motivation Chapter 19 Communication Theories Chapter 20 Applying Principles of Learning and Communication Chapter 21 Curriculum in Context Chapter 22 Theories, Principles and Models of Curriculum Chapter 23 Designing the Inclusive Curriculum Part Eight Wider Professional Practice and Development Chapter 24 The Reflective Practitioner Chapter 25 Theories and Principles of Reflection and CPPD Chapter 26 Improving Practice Chapter 27 Concepts and Values of Professional Practice Chapter 28 Policy and Regulation Chapter 29 Quality Improvement Part Nine The Minimum Core Chapter 30 Applying the Minimum Core in Context