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Mentoring Student Teachers

Mentoring Student Teachers Author John Furlong
ISBN-10 9781135096236
Release 2012-11-12
Pages 224
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In the UK and elsewhere, the training of teachers is increasingly seen as a matter of partnership between schools and institutions of higher education. There is thus an urgent need within the profession to define more carefully what the role of teachers acting as mentors should be. Clearly some aspects of professional knowledge can only be acquired from practical experience in school, and this book draws on extensive research on students' school-based learning to isolate and analyse those aspects. Like any form of teaching, mentoring, the authors suggest, must be built on a clear understanding of the learning processes it is intended to support. In this book, they report on their research into the nature of students' school-based learning and what this means for the role of the mentoring.



The Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teaching

The Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teaching Author Deborah Corrigan
ISBN-10 9048139279
Release 2011-03-01
Pages 326
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Over the past twenty years, much has been written about the knowledge bases thought necessary to teach science. Shulman has outlined seven knowledge domains needed for teaching, and others, such as Tamir, have proposed somewhat similar domains of knowledge, specifically for science teachers. Aspects of this knowledge have changed because of shifts in curriculum thinking, and the current trends in science education have seen a sharp increase in the significance of the knowledge bases. The development of a standards-based approach to the quality of science teaching has become common in the Western world, and phrases such as “evidence-based practice” have been tossed around in the attempt to “measure” such quality. The Professional Knowledge Base of Science Teaching explores the knowledge bases considered necessary for science teaching. It brings together a number of researchers who have worked with science teachers, and they address what constitutes evidence of high quality science teaching, on what basis such evidence can be judged, and how such evidence reflects the knowledge basis of the modern day professional science teacher. This is the second book produced from the Monash University- King’s College London International Centre for the Study of Science and Mathematics Curriculum. The first book presented a big picture of what science education might be like if values once again become central while this book explores what classroom practices may look like based on such a big picture.



International Handbook of Teacher Education

International Handbook of Teacher Education Author John Loughran
ISBN-10 9789811003691
Release 2016-05-04
Pages 542
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The International Handbooks of Teacher Education cover major issues in the field through chapters that offer detailed literature reviews, designed to help readers to understand the history, issues and research developments across those topics most relevant to the field of teacher education from an international perspective. This volume is divided into two sections: Teacher educators; and, students of teaching. The first examines teacher educators, their role, and the way that role influences the nature of teaching about teaching. In turn, the second explores who students of teaching are, and how that influences the relationship between teaching and learning about teaching.



Handbook of Physical Education

Handbook of Physical Education Author David Kirk
ISBN-10 9781446270509
Release 2006-10-04
Pages 864
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What is the condition of the field of Physical Education? How is it adapted to the rise of kinesiology, sport and exercise science and human movement studies over the last thirty years? This Handbook provides an authoritative critical overview of the field and identifies future challenges and directions. The Handbook is divided in to six sections: Perspectives and Paradigms in Physical Education Research; Cross-disciplinary Contributions to Research Philosophy; Learning in Physical Education; Teaching Styles and Inclusive Pedagogies; Physical Education Curriculum; and Difference and Diversity in Physical Education.



Mentoring for Learning

Mentoring for Learning Author Harm Tillema
ISBN-10 9789463000581
Release 2015-04-27
Pages 346
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No doubt, students appreciate the talks they have with their mentors but do they learn from it as well? Conversations can be comforting or confronting, but



National Curriculum In The Early Years

National Curriculum In The Early Years Author Dr Theo Cox
ISBN-10 9781135402570
Release 2014-05-01
Pages 184
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The child-centred principles of early years education - which emphasize play and holistic learning - are being challenged by the implementation of a subject-based National Curriculum. The contributors to this book explore this challenge and offer some ways of meeting it practically and productively. Issues covered include: pedagogical issues, such as the cross-curricular, topic-based teaching; teacher's attitudes to subject knowledge; assessment issues, including baseline assessment at the age of five; and parental attitudes to the National Curriculum and its content at Key Stage 1.



Mentoring in Physical Education

Mentoring in Physical Education Author Mick Mawer
ISBN-10 9781135716462
Release 2002-11-01
Pages 224
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This book examines factors surrounding the partnership between school-based training and mentoring in Physical Education. Contributors look at all angles of the collaboration between schools and higher education institutions, including: How mentor training programs are planned and the issues involved *Trainees' experiences of school-based training and mentoring *The needs of PE mentors in schools *A full explanation of mentoring Drawing on recent findings and the views of physical education teachers in the UK, Australia and the USA, the editor combines a wealth of information on factors which influence mentorship and the effectiveness of school-based partnership schemes.



Promising Practices in 21st Century Music Teacher Education

Promising Practices in 21st Century Music Teacher Education Author Michele Kaschub
ISBN-10 9780190206154
Release 2014-09-01
Pages 248
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This book surveys emerging music and education landscapes to present a sampling of the promising practices of music teacher education that may serve as new models for the 21st century. Contributors explore the delicate balance between curriculum and pedagogy, the power structures that influence music education at all levels, the role of contemporary musical practices in teacher education, and the communication challenges that surround institutional change. Models of programs that feature in-school, out-of-school and beyond school contexts, lifespan learning perspectives, active juxtapositions of formal and informal approaches to teaching and learning, student-driven project-based fieldwork, and the purposeful employment of technology and digital media as platforms for authentic music engagement within a contemporary participatory culture are all offered as springboards for innovative practice.



Initial Teacher Education in Schools

Initial Teacher Education in Schools Author Carey Philpott
ISBN-10 9781473907430
Release 2014-08-11
Pages 200
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Successfully establishing initial teacher education courses in schools requires a careful understanding of what it means to train someone to teach. This book provides guidance on how teacher training can be effective in school-based settings. Essential practical issues are covered including, recruitment, pastoral care and the organization of academic components of a course. It also covers conceptual topics such as: what makes a good mentor? models of learning suitable for teacher education the role of evidence-based teaching in a practical setting Examples from existing primary and secondary school-based programmes explore good practice and show how challenges to developing courses can be overcome.



Mentoring New Teachers

Mentoring New Teachers Author Hal Portner
ISBN-10 9781452280646
Release 2008-04-25
Pages 168
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A comprehensive guide for developing successful mentors! In the latest edition of this bestseller, the author draws upon research, experience, and insights to provide an overview of essential mentoring behaviors. Packed with strategies, exercises, and resources, this book examines four critical mentoring functions and gives school leaders, mentors, and staff developers the tools to create a dynamic mentoring program or revitalize an existing one. Features and topics new to this edition include: Classroom observation methods and instruments Teacher mentor standards based on the NBPTS Core Propositions Approaches to mentoring the nontraditional new teacher A guide for careerlong professional development



Partnership in Initial Teacher Training

Partnership in Initial Teacher Training Author Martin Butler Booth
ISBN-10 PSU:000019421797
Release 1990
Pages 176
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Considers the controversial issue of the respective contributions of the school and the training institution to initial teacher training. As the origins of the various training models can be very different, this book deals with the relationship between theory and practice.



The Intuitive Practitioner

The Intuitive Practitioner Author Terry Atkinson
ISBN-10 0335203639
Release 2000
Pages 278
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Much of the time, experienced professionals in both education and other fields cannot explain what they are doing, or tell you what they know; and students cannot articulate their learning. Yet professional development and practice are often discussed as if conscious understanding and deliberation are of the essence. The Intuitive Practitioner tackles this apparent paradox head on, and explores the dynamic relationship between reason and intuition in the context of professional practice. Focusing mainly on the professional world of the teacher, but with illustrative discussions of medical and business practice, the contributors delicately unpick the vexed and neglected nature of intuition, and demonstrate the vital role it plays in the development of professional judgement and expertise.



Adviser Teacher Role Model Friend

Adviser  Teacher  Role Model  Friend Author Institute of Medicine
ISBN-10 9780309063630
Release 1997-07-30
Pages 96
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This guide offers helpful advice on how teachers, administrators, and career advisers in science and engineering can become better mentors to their students. It starts with the premise that a successful mentor guides students in a variety of ways: by helping them get the most from their educational experience, by introducing them to and making them comfortable with a specific disciplinary culture, and by offering assistance with the search for suitable employment. Other topics covered in the guide include career planning, time management, writing development, and responsible scientific conduct. Also included is a valuable list of bibliographical and Internet resources on mentoring and related topics.



Mentoring Perspectives on School based Teacher Education

Mentoring  Perspectives on School based Teacher Education Author Hagger, H.
ISBN-10 9781135883591
Release 2013-07-04
Pages 240
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A series of essays on mentoring issues in education, which includes discussion of the political and historical aspects of mentoring, the mentor-student relationship and the generic skills approach to mentoring.



Action and Reflection in Teacher Education

Action and Reflection in Teacher Education Author Gareth Rees Harvard
ISBN-10 0893918970
Release 1994
Pages 274
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Throughout the world, teacher education is once more in the spotlight. This book focuses on recent trends and experiences in England and Wales, where external pressures have caused tension between the technician model of teacher education, in which teachers learn primarily on the job alongside colleagues, and traditional forms of teacher education based in higher education institutions. This tension superficially replicates an old dichotomy between practice and theory. The contributors to this volume reflect on ideas and attempts to integrate theory and practice. Key questions and themes recur: the balance and relationship between work done in school on the job and work away from the workplace, such as in universities; teacher education as a partnership activity; and the need to critically examine the institutional, cultural, and historical context in which they work.



Suid Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ho r Onderwys

Suid Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ho  r Onderwys Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105131495744
Release 2008
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Suid Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ho r Onderwys has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Suid Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ho r Onderwys also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Suid Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Ho r Onderwys book for free.



Mentoring Beginning Teachers

Mentoring Beginning Teachers Author Jean Boreen
ISBN-10 1571103090
Release 2000-02-01
Pages 130
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Presents guidance for mentors of new teachers, explaining why mentors are needed and how to think like a coach, allow freedom to experiment, help with classroom management challenges, foster reflection, and encourage professional development.