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Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools
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Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools



April 2009 | 168 pages | Learning Matters
This is an essential text for all primary trainees, covering the fundamental issues for learning and teaching in primary schools today. It motivates and challenges trainees at the same time as guiding them through the Standards for the Award of QTS. Chapters explore the major themes in teacher education, such as behaviour, communication and creativity, encouraging reflection on key questions and professional dilemmas. In addition, two key chapters provide specific advice to help trainees interpret and fully understand the standards, with strategies for successfully implementing them and demonstrating how each of the standards can be met.
 
Teachers and teaching today
 
Characteristics of effective teachers
 
Planning, organising and managing
 
Effective questioning
 
Control, behaviour and discipline
 
Effective communication
 
Creativity and imagination
 
Exploring the Standards: Lexicon
 
Meeting the Standards
 
The eternal teacher

"An excellent book which is easy to follow and contains all the essential knowledge needed to become a primary teacher." (Lecturer, Bangor University.)


An excellent "go to" book with chapters covering key areas. The case studies, practical and reflective tasks are perfect to aid understanding.

Mrs Julie Mansfield
School of Edu. Theology and Leadership, St Mary's University, Twickenham
February 10, 2015

This book should form part of the indicative reading list for trainee teachers.

Clear, easy to read.

Mrs Cheryl Hine
Teacher Training, Leeds City College
November 13, 2013

A good resource book to have at hand in the University College library. Hayes offers such good common sense in everything he says that students new to the idea of learning and teaching can confidently springboard from this text into many others.

Mr Mark-Andrew Dearden
Faculty of Education, College of St Mark and St John
December 22, 2011

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