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The Trainee Teacher's Handbook
A companion for initial teacher training

Third Edition


January 2024 | 328 pages | Learning Matters
If you are training to teach, The Trainee Teacher's Handbook is your essential guide.

The new edition of this popular book for trainee teachers helps you to build skills and focus on developing your professional practice through understanding, reflection and experimentation. Its practical structure and learning features help you to recognise your own learning needs and set your own targets.

This new third edition has been updated to include:
- New content on cognitive science and classroom teaching
- Now linked to the Core Content Framework (CCF)

 

 
Part 1 Learning to teach
 
1 Why do you want to teach?
 
2 Planning your journey through teacher training
 
3 Working with tutors and mentors
 
4 Reflecting on your practice
 
5 Using feedback for your own development
 
6 Potential barriers to teaching
 
7 Resilience and well-being
 
Part 2 Your teaching practice
 
8 What do teachers DO?
 
9 Understanding the Curriculum
 
10 Planning great lessons
 
11 Creating teaching resources
 
12 The inclusive teacher
 
13 How do we learn? How should we teach?
 
14 Creating a positive classroom
 
15 Effective classroom management
 
16 Checking learners’ progress
 
17 Pastoral care
 
Part 3 Continuing your learning
 
18 Sharing your knowledge with others
 
19 Getting your first job
 
20 The start of your professional journey
 
21 A teacher’s life
 
22 The things they didn’t tell you in training
 
23 What is the Core Content Framework

Accessible for UG trainee

Mrs Samantha Ann Wilkes
Institute of Childhood and Education, Leeds Trinity University
March 26, 2024

simple guide to support units delivered on the PGCE

Mrs Adele sewell
Teacher education, Bishop Burton College
June 20, 2024

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