Teaching Skills in Further and Adult Education

Teaching Skills in Further and Adult Education

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This best-selling text has been fully revised and updated for the new City & Guilds 7302 award and stages one and two of the 7407 award. As well as being endorsed by City & Guilds and written in line with the new awards, the book benefits from David Minton's experience in teaching FE and Adult Education teachers. He is able to provide insight into practical aspects of how to manager a classroom and get the job done in sometimes difficult circumstances.

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  • Paperback | 320 pages
  • 156 x 230 x 22mm | 557.93g
  • Cengage Learning EMEA
  • Cengage Learning Vocational
  • Andover, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • 1844801403
  • 9781844801404
  • 373,656

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Table of Contents Part 1: Effective Class Teaching Introduction: the teacher?s role Section A ? A guide to the book 1. How to use the book: learning through activity 2. 2. Leaning to learn: developing study skills Section B ? Gaining confidence 3. Observing other teachers 4. Peer-group pressure 5. Teams Section C ? Your own class 6. Getting started 7. Lesson preparation 8. Tasks and performance criteria 9. Managing and learning your class 10. communication 11. The learning environment 12. Assessment Part 2: Developing a learning programme Introduction 13. A case study approach 14. Identifying needs 15. Devising a learning/teaching strategy 16. Teaching methodology and skills 17. Managing flexible learning 18. Student guidance and support 19. Developing study skills 20. Aids to learning 21. Barriers to communication I 22. Barriers to communication II 23. Assessment and testing Part 3: The theory behind it all Introduction: discoveries in psychology 24. Behaviorism 25. Neo-behaviorism: structural analysis 26. Insight learning: Gestalt 27. Cognitive development: concrete and formal thinking 28. Perception 29. The cognitive revolution Part 4: Growing responsibilities 30. More to learn 31. Effectiveness and the curriculum Appendix Glossary of terms Suggestions for further reading Index

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Table of contents

Table of Contents Part 1: Effective Class Teaching Introduction: the teachers role Section A - A guide to the book 1. How to use the book: learning through activity 2. 2. Leaning to learn: developing study skills Section B - Gaining confidence 3. Observing other teachers 4. Peer-group pressure 5. Teams Section C - Your own class 6. Getting started 7. Lesson preparation 8. Tasks and performance criteria 9. Managing and learning your class 10. communication 11. The learning environment 12. Assessment Part 2: Developing a learning programme Introduction 13. A case study approach 14. Identifying needs 15. Devising a learning/teaching strategy 16. Teaching methodology and skills 17. Managing flexible learning 18. Student guidance and support 19. Developing study skills 20. Aids to learning 21. Barriers to communication I 22. Barriers to communication II 23. Assessment and testing Part 3: The theory behind it all Introduction: discoveries in psychology 24. Behaviorism 25. Neo-behaviorism: structural analysis 26. Insight learning: Gestalt 27. Cognitive development: concrete and formal thinking 28. Perception 29. The cognitive revolution Part 4: Growing responsibilities 30. More to learn 31. Effectiveness and the curriculum Appendix Glossary of terms Suggestions for further reading Index

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