Teacher's Toolkit

Teacher's Toolkit : Raise Classroom Achievement with Strategies for Every Learner

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This invaluable resource has already sold over 105,000 copies and will help you develop thinking skills in your students, promote citizenship and an understanding of democracy, fine-tune study skills and help students acquire the attitude and skills for true independence. Drawing on neuroscience, psychology and sociology, The Teacher's Toolkit presents over fifty learning techniques for all subjects and age groups, with dozens of practical ideas for managing group work, tackling behavioural issues and promoting personal responsibility. It also provides tools for checking your teaching skills - from lesson planning to performance management. "It provides excellent advice to new teachers looking to develop a repertoire of classroom strategies. It also provides fresh ideas to use on classes which need invigorating." The Teacher magazine, Tim Cook, the National Union of Teachers "This is one of those rare and precious books which has that uncanny knack of revealing explicitly to you things about teaching which you knew instinctively all along but had never thought about so clearly." Sir Tim Brighouse Professor, Chief Education Officer, Birmingham Education Authority

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  • Paperback | 376 pages
  • 210 x 294 x 26mm | 1,120.37g
  • Crown House Publishing
  • CamarthenUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrated
  • Illustrated edition
  • 1899836764
  • 9781899836765
  • 19,261

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"Paul Ginnis has constructed a toolkit for teachers which is the finished article. Well informed, well researched and well written, this is a book which every teacher in the land should get their hands on."

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About Paul Ginnis

Paul was a bestselling author and independent trainer with over 27 years' experience who supported schools in raising achievement by focusing on teaching and learning. Before becoming an independent trainer, in which capacity he worked in over 3000 secondary, primary and special schools in the UK and overseas, he worked as a head of department in inner city Birmingham, an advisory teacher and a staff development tutor. Much of Paul's time was spent in classrooms, working directly with teachers and students, devising and trialling strategies to improve the quality of learning for all. His style combined theory and practice. For more details visit www.ginnis.eu

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