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Teaching Assistant Pack
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Teaching Assistant Pack



January 2005 | SAGE Publications Ltd
TEACHING ASSISTANT PACK

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A TEAM APPROACH TO BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT

A Training Guide for SENCOs working with Teaching Assistants

Chris Derrington and Barry Groom both at University College Northampton

`According to the SENCO in the school where I work: "It's just what I've been looking for! All the work has been done for me, where can I buy one?". This book is well laid out, easy to access and simple to understand'- Teaching Assistant News

2004 · 168 pages Paper (1-4129-0036-0) · £16.99 ·

A TOOLKIT FOR THE EFFECTIVE TEACHING ASSISTANT

Richard Tyrer, Stuart Gunn University, Chris Lee, Maureen Parker, Mary Pittman and Mark Townsend all at University of Plymouth

'I was extremely impressed by its content and structure generally. It will be an invaluable resource to teaching assistants undertaking HLTA, Foundation Degrees or other related courses. I would certainly use it as a core reader on our Foundation Degree in Learning Support' - Wendy Messenger, Senior Lecturer in Special and Inclusive Education at the University of Worcester

2004 · 176 Paper (1-4129-0061-1) · £15.99 ·

BECOMING A TEACHING ASSISTANT

A Guide for Teaching Assistants and Those Working With Them

Pat Drake, Angela Jacklin, Carol Robinson and Jo Thorp all at University of Sussex

`Becoming a Teaching Assistant recognizes the rapidly changing world of TAs. It highlights the importance of their role in teaching and learning whilst emphasizing 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

2003 ·154 pages Paper (0-7619-4357-9) · £14.99

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