The Relief Teacher Toolkit

Author: Kevin Rigg
Editor:
ISBN: 9781846540790
Size: 17,99 MB
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Ventures Basic Teacher S Edition With Teacher S Toolkit Audio Cd Cd Rom Basic

Author: Gretchen Bitterlin
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521719865
Size: 17,21 MB
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Ventures is a six-level, standards-based ESL series for adult-education ESL. The interleaved Teacher's edition walks instructors step-by-step through the stages of a lesson. Also included are suggested times for exercises, teaching tips, expansion activities, cultural information, and ways to expand a one-hour lesson to fill two or three instructional hours. The CD-ROM contains self-assessment pages, letter-formation practice sheets, alphabet and word cards, picture dictionary cards with worksheets, real-life documents, tests, and audio for tests.

No Child Left Behind A Toolkit For Teachers

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Editor: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1428925570
Size: 17,37 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Transforming Learning

Author: Susan Norman
Editor: Saffire Press
ISBN: 9781901564068
Size: 17,71 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The Lecturer S Toolkit

Author: Phil Race
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780749435400
Size: 14,27 MB
Format: PDF
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The Lecturer's Toolkit was first published as a photocopyable ring-bound resource and was an immediate success for all those in HE seeking to develop learning and teaching skills. Now fully revised, the second edition is available both as an A4 ring-binder and as a paperback edition for the first time. This new edition will be equally valued by individuals and by staff-developers for group work. Building on the practical strengths of the first edition, the toolkit is the primary resource for all teachers in HE, whatever their experience, who are seeking to improve teaching skills. Developed around detailed, practical guidance on the core elements of effective teaching in HE, the Toolkit will be essential for anyone working towards accredited teacher status (with the ILT, for example) as well as for those who want to reflect on and develop existing skills.

The Research Funding Toolkit

Author: Jacqueline Aldridge
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1446290182
Size: 18,95 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Writing high quality grant applications is easier when you know how research funding agencies work and how your proposal is treated in the decision-making process. The Research Funding Toolkit provides this knowledge and teaches you the necessary skills to write high quality grant applications. A complex set of factors determine whether research projects win grants. This handbook helps you understand these factors and then face and overcome your personal barriers to research grant success. The guidance also extends to real-world challenges of grant-writing, such as obtaining the right feedback, dealing effectively with your employer and partner institutions, and making multiple applications efficiently. There are many sources that will tell you what a fundable research grant application looks like. Very few help you learn the skills you need to write one. The Toolkit fills this gap with detailed advice on creating and testing applications that are readable, understandable and convincing.

Professional Uncertainty Knowledge And Relationship In The Classroom

Author: Joseph Mintz
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135905851
Size: 13,30 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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The extent to which teachers should make use of theoretical and expert knowledge as opposed to tacit experiential knowledge, and how these might be combined, is a perennial issue in discussions on pedagogy. This book addresses these debates through a creative development of the concept of productive uncertainty. Using case studies focusing on teachers working with children with autism, a particularly fertile crucible for considering uncertainty, the book explores how the radical 20th century psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion's epistemological approach to uncertainty can be used to re-frame Donald Schön's concept of reflection in action, offering a new perspective on the practice of teachers and other caring professionals. Several areas of potential uncertainty are identified, including uncertainty relating to areas of practice including diagnosis, the relationship between expert knowledge and practice, the implications of autism for autonomy and agency, and uncertainties in relation to the understanding of and use of new technologies. A strong argument is made, based on both theoretical and empirical grounds, that in juggling between theoretical and tacit knowledge in the classroom there is more to be gained by staying with the struggle with uncertainty than by fleeing from it too early, into the promise of expert solutions. Consideration is also given to the relative importance of specific theoretical training for teachers, both in general and in relation to working with children with special educational needs, in the context of international and UK policy developments in this area. This book will be of key value to researchers and postgraduates in the fields of education studies, teacher thinking and research, psychoanalytically informed psychosocial studies, as well as to practitioners working in special educational needs/autism education.