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The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour

The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour Author Jill Morgan
ISBN-10 9781441149855
Release 2007-09-27
Pages 152
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This book helps Teaching Assistant's to deal with and understand behaviour management.



How to be a Successful Teaching Assistant

How to be a Successful Teaching Assistant Author Jill Morgan
ISBN-10 UVA:X030101846
Release 2007-05-10
Pages 154
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How to be a Successful Teaching Assistant has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from How to be a Successful Teaching Assistant also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full How to be a Successful Teaching Assistant book for free.



The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Autistic Spectrum Disorders

The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Autistic Spectrum Disorders Author Ann Cartwright
ISBN-10 9781441164605
Release 2008-03-10
Pages 154
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A practical guide that will enable Teaching Assistants to understand the difficulties experienced by children on the Autistic Spectrum.



A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour in the Classroom

A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour in the Classroom Author Susan Bentham
ISBN-10 0203696808
Release 2005-09-28
Pages 112
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A practical and authoritative guide to common behaviour problems in the classroom, this book explaines typical causes of misbehaviour and shows what teaching assistants can do to calm disruptive children. Using a range of case studies discussed from a teaching assistant's perspective, Susan Bentham explores: the role of the teaching assistant in relation to school behaviour policies when and how to reward good behaviour why we need to understand the reason for bad behaviour in order to deal with it how to implement behaviour strategies that really work. Mirroring the course content of most teaching assistant GNVQ and Foundation degree qualifications, Bentham highlights how practitioners can learn from their experiences and develop new skills and coping strategies, which will free them up to concentrate on the most important part of the job: supporting learning. In an expanding market, this guide is a must-buy for any teaching assistant finding that disrupted classrooms are becoming their biggest challenge.



Practical Tips for Teaching Assistants

Practical Tips for Teaching Assistants Author Susan Bentham
ISBN-10 9781134257010
Release 2006-05-17
Pages 134
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Packed full of practical suggestions, tips, advice and up-to-date factual information, this book provides a trouble-shooting guide to help teaching assistants deal with a wide variety of classroom situations. Issues and dilemmas confronted in the book include: who’s who in the school self esteem how to use individual learning styles to support students and those with special needs dealing with unacceptable behaviour coping with the job and personal development. Whether read from cover to cover or used as a quick reference tool for looking up specific concerns, this is an essential book for all teaching assistants in primary, secondary and special needs schools, those starting out, and teaching assistants enrolled on training programmes such as NVQ 2, NVQ 3 and the higher level teaching assistant's award.



The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties

The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties Author Kate Spohrer
ISBN-10 9781441114235
Release 2008-03-10
Pages 144
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This practical guide gives essential advice on: understanding emotional and behavioural problems; building good communication skills; managing behaviour in the classroom and developing an effective learning environment. Throughout each chapter there are exercises or questions to facilitate embedding knowledge and skills. At the end of each chapter there are multiple choice quizzes for you to reflect on what you have learnt.



The Complete Guide to Behaviour for Teaching Assistants and Support Staff

The Complete Guide to Behaviour for Teaching Assistants and Support Staff Author Chris Lee
ISBN-10 9781446248294
Release 2010-11-17
Pages 136
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By providing a thorough grounding in the theory behind behaviour management, followed by suggestions for successful strategies to use in the classroom, this book gives the reader the confidence to manage the challenging behaviour of children and young people in educational contexts. Written specifically for teaching assistants and support staff, this book covers behaviour, motivation and discipline issues with their specific role and position in mind. Supported by the views and responses of current students on Foundation Degrees and those working towards HLTA status, the book reflects the difficulties, dilemmas and successes of this vital group of people working in today's classrooms. There are three main types of teaching assistant: the discipliner; the negotiator; the counsellor. This book helps the reader to find their own behaviour management style, and their own way of working. Useful features include: - chapter objectives - exercises and activities - case studies - further reading. This book is idea for those studying on a Foundation Degree, working towards Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) or anyone working in a supporting role in a Primary or Secondary setting. Chris Lee was until recently Senior Lecturer in Education and Head of the School of Continuing Professional Development at the Faculty of Education, University of Plymouth. He has taught in secondary and special schools, and continues to work with teachers on issues of bullying and behaviour management. He is now a freelance educational consultant.



A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour in the Classroom

A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Managing Behaviour in the Classroom Author Susan Bentham
ISBN-10 9781134266609
Release 2005-11-30
Pages 112
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A practical and authoritative guide to common behaviour problems in the classroom, this book explaines typical causes of misbehaviour and shows what teaching assistants can do to calm disruptive children. Using a range of case studies discussed from a teaching assistant's perspective, Susan Bentham explores: the role of the teaching assistant in relation to school behaviour policies when and how to reward good behaviour why we need to understand the reason for bad behaviour in order to deal with it how to implement behaviour strategies that really work. Mirroring the course content of most teaching assistant GNVQ and Foundation degree qualifications, Bentham highlights how practitioners can learn from their experiences and develop new skills and coping strategies, which will free them up to concentrate on the most important part of the job: supporting learning. In an expanding market, this guide is a must-buy for any teaching assistant finding that disrupted classrooms are becoming their biggest challenge.



Becoming a Teaching Assistant

Becoming a Teaching Assistant Author Pat Drake
ISBN-10 9780857021830
Release 2003-10-18
Pages 154
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'Becoming a Teaching Assistant recognizes the rapidly changing world of TAs. It highlights the importance of their role in teaching and learning whilst emphasising the need to nurture them as they embark upon more considered and structured professional development. It sets out to support all TAs, not just those who wish to use higher academic qualifications as a route into teaching' - Journal In-Service Education `A book founded in considerable experience... tackling the higher education experience itself: how to keep organized... advice is always valuable for people returning to learning at whatever level' - Gerald Haigh, Times Educational Supplement `I thought the book was a valuable tool for Teaching Assistants attending any training either at FE or HE. I am doing an on-line degree myself. I started to read the book after my first assignment went in but once I started to read the book I really wished that I had read it a lot sooner. The way it gently builds the learner up to thinking about professional development, then applying for courses is exactly what is needed. I also like the key areas the book homes in on when going through HE or FE, looking at time management not only form a work perspective but from the home environment too. The guidance on building confidence, developing study skills are essential to any learner who is new to this sort of environment. The progression the book takes you through developing your own reading and writing this is something every learner needs support with. For any TA or learner looking at Professional Development as a Teaching Assistant this is a book that I would use and find very valuable' - Carole Tonner, Middlesbrough Teacher Learning Centre `This book is aimed at all TAs who are undertaking undergraduate-level programmes such as CPPLS, CAPPLS, CEP or a Foundation Degree. A TA on the CEP course states: ...it's probably the best book on the subject I've read ... it's full of useful tips' - East Riding of Yorkshire's TA Newsletter This book is a course text for teaching assistants. It aims to help students make the transition into undergraduate level study. It is also a teaching and learning resource for students and tutors on undergraduate programmes. The authors introduce students to the requirements that their degree programmes will make and explore issues such as behaviour management and national curriculum strategies. This will help readers to engage with the material in a way that is appropriate to Higher Education study. The book draws on the experiences of teaching assistants and is grounded in the day-to-day practices of professionals working with young people in schools. Theoretical concepts are explored as being crucial to developing learning support and teaching skills. The authors' aim is to help students understand essential theory, and to provide a practical support throughout their studies. This book is for teaching assistants working toward High Level Teaching Assistant status in teaching and learning (HLTA), and/or Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). It is a teaching resource for Higher Education tutors and school line managers of teaching assistants. The book is also suitable for tutors and mentors as it gives guidance on content and presentation of professional development materials for teaching assistants. `The text is made extremely accessible by the inclusion of plenty of case study material and there's a nice combination of practical advice and illustrative text. A feature of the book is the tasks or activities that are suggested to the reader. It's likely that these are most likely to be used by training providers than individuals, but that would be a shame as there are many activities that would help to provide a structure for personal reflection and development' - TA Help Website `This book is aimed at all TAs who are undertaking undergraduate-level programmes such as CPPLS, CAPPLS, CEP or a Foundation Degree. A TA on the CEP course states: ...it's probably the best book on the subject I've read ... it's full of useful tips' - East Riding of Yorkshire's TA Newsletter `A book founded in considerable experience... tackling the higher education experience itself: how to keep organized... advice is always valuable for people returning to learning at whatever level' - Gerald Haigh, Times Educational Supplement `The book is littered with real-life examples, it will be hard to think of a scenario that has not been described and expanded upon. There are numerous activities to help you recognise and challenge your existing way of working' - Fiona Jukes, Spare Chair



Successful Study

Successful Study Author Christine Ritchie
ISBN-10 9781317912538
Release 2013-12-17
Pages 170
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Successful Study is an essential guide for students embarking upon an education related Foundation Degree without previous study experience. The world of study at university can be a daunting and bewildering place for new students unfamiliar with the academic processes such as writing essays and presenting portfolios. This book offers clear and straight-forward explanations of how to prepare for study, how to work at higher education level and how to tackle assignments. Covering all aspects of educational study, and based on the experiences of real education professionals, this new edition has been fully updated to include: Clear links to work-based practices throughout Advice for students with disability Guidance on using e-resources Tips for managing your learning and increasing motivation How to think critically Reflective practice With case studies, tasks and opportunities for reflection, this accessible book has been specifically designed for those on Teaching Assistant, Early Years or related Foundation Degrees and will be an essential resource for those wanting to find the answers to study questions quickly and easily.



A Team Approach to Behaviour Management

A Team Approach to Behaviour Management Author Chris Derrington
ISBN-10 1412900360
Release 2004-03-22
Pages 154
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The emphasis is on planning for a team approach to problem solving within the context of whole-school improvement.



Managing Teaching Assistants

Managing Teaching Assistants Author Anne Watkinson
ISBN-10 9781134491087
Release 2003-12-16
Pages 208
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This is a practical guide to the role, management, and deployment of teaching assistants. It offers comprehensive and informed support, underpinned by illustrative case studies throughout. Information and practical guidance is given on: the role and competencies of teaching assistants how to audit the existing teaching assistant provision in the school the teaching assistant's role in planning, delivery and feedback how to appoint, induct, mentor and appraise teaching assistants the effective management of teaching assistants by teachers and managers, and the need for a whole school approach opportunities for continual professional development for teaching assistants. This book is based on extensive observation of teaching assistants working in schools, and will have practical significance and implications for headteachers, senior management staff, teachers, LEA advisors, trainers and consultants.



How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant

How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant Author Emma Davie
ISBN-10 9781472934628
Release 2017-09-21
Pages 160
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How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant is packed full of advice, tips and strategies to help teaching assistants deliver outstanding support in the primary classroom. Written by an experienced teaching assistant, this book explores the diverse range of roles and responsibilities held by support staff in primary schools and provides guidance on how to tackle them successfully. It features tried-and-tested ideas that can be easily implemented and helps teaching assistants to build a toolbox of skills and strategies to support children throughout their school career, whatever their ability or need. This easy-to-use book includes creative advice on how best to assist the classroom teacher and the children they teach, including those with special educational needs, English as an additional language, or behavioural difficulties. It is an invaluable resource for newly qualified and more experienced teaching assistants.



A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Child Development and Psychology in the Classroom

A Teaching Assistant s Guide to Child Development and Psychology in the Classroom Author Susan Bentham
ISBN-10 9781136815645
Release 2012-03-15
Pages 232
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How can you help students most effectively in the classroom? As a Teaching Assistant, you play a vital role in today’s schools. This fully updated new edition will help you get to grips with the main issues to do with psychology and its role in the processes of teaching and learning. This accessible text, building on the success of a best-selling previous edition, provides informative, yet down-to-earth commentary with clear examples of how you can apply this knowledge in everyday practice. The book addresses issues including: how to support learning how to identify and cater for different learning styles teaching children with additional needs how to manage behaviour to support learning how to help children with their self-esteem and independence. This new edition includes references to up-to-date research in child development and psychology to include information regarding personalised learning, creativity, motivation, friendships skills, moral development and neuroscience. Chapters are complemented with lively case studies, self-assessment questions and examples of how to apply theory to everyday classroom practice. The reader is encouraged to develop reflective practice to best support childrens’ behaviour and learning. This reader-friendly book is an invaluable companion for every Teaching assistant, HLTA, Cover Supervisor, and anyone working in a supporting role in an educational setting.



Supporting and Supervising Your Teaching Assistant

Supporting and Supervising Your Teaching Assistant Author Jill Morgan
ISBN-10 9781847063847
Release 2009-05-10
Pages 152
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Teachers have a myriad of responsibilities and are often faced with the challenge of how to best use their Teaching Assistant in the classroom. This book provides a wealth of strategies that teachers can use in order to get the best out of their TA in order to facilitate effective teaching and learning.



The Teaching Assistant s Guide to Effective Interaction

The Teaching Assistant   s Guide to Effective Interaction Author Paula Bosanquet
ISBN-10 9781317517177
Release 2015-08-20
Pages 130
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The Teaching Assistant’s Guide to Effective Interaction is the definitive guide to teaching assistant-pupil interaction and an invaluable professional development tool for classroom support staff and the teachers who work with them. The authors’ research and development work with schools has highlighted the need for specific, practical guidance on the role of the teaching assistant. This highly practical and accessible book sets out a role for teaching assistants that focuses on developing pupils’ independence and ownership of learning. Based on a classroom-tested framework, and covering the main contexts in which teaching assistants work, it includes practical strategies and reflective activities to help you improve the support you provide to pupils in everyday settings. This book will help you to: Improve your interactions with pupils Understand the principles behind effective classroom talk Carefully scaffold pupils’ learning Work effectively in collaboration with teachers Support the Assessment for Learning process Support group work and collaborative tasks Deliver intervention programmes. This book is an essential read for all teaching assistants. It will also be of interest to school leaders, SENCos and teachers, in both primary and secondary schools, who wish to improve their use of teaching assistants and their own interactions with pupils.



Taking Care of Behaviour

Taking Care of Behaviour Author Paul Dix
ISBN-10 140820374X
Release 2009
Pages 179
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This practical guide covers current guidelines and revised HLTA policies and is designed to help teaching assistants and other support staff deal with behaviour in the classroom. The author focuses on the reader's own conduct as a starting point for behaviour management; this text will account for the various circumstances in which a Teaching Assistant may have to manage behaviour, and will also provide advice on working with the class teacher. The book is full of key ideas and useful activities and exercises and can help develop exisiting skills as well as build confidence. The author refrains from using negative terminology and a 'them and us' approach, and consequently has been praised for presenting practical advice whilst adopting a positive approach. The book appeals equally to both primary and secondary school staff, and also contains a great deal of information which is relevant to other non-teaching staff.