A-Z of Teaching is an informative, engaging and accessible book about teaching that covers a broad range of content without being superficial. As suggested by the title, the structure will be alphabetical, covering a range of topics under each letter. The topics range from practical teaching advice on areas such as questioning, to exploration of key themes within education such as creativity. Jonathan Savage is Reader in Education and Enterprise Fellow at the Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at the Royal Northern College of Music, UK. He teaches on various PGCE courses. Martin Fautley is Professor of Education at Birmingham City University, UK, and coordinates the work of the Centre for Research in Education.
Jonathan Savage is Reader in Education and Enterprise Fellow at the Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University where he teaches on various PGCE courses He is Managing Director of UCan.tv and UCan Play. Martin Fautley is Professor of Education at Birmingham City University and coordinates the work of the Centre for Research in Education.
A: Ability; Accountability; Activities; Aims; Assessment; Attainment; Attitudes; Audience B: Behaviour; Body Language; Brain C: Career; Classroom Displays; Cognition; Collaboration; Communication; Concepts; Confidence; Creativity; Cross-curricular approaches; Curriculum D: Data; Development; Differentiation E: Elicitation; English as an Additional Language (EAL); Evaluation; Examinations; Explanations F: Facilitation; Folk Pedagogy G: Gender; Governors; Grading; Grouping H: Homework; Humour I: ICT; Identity; Interest J: Judgements K: Kinaesthesia; Knowledge L: Language; Leadership; Learning; Lesson Planning; Listening; Literacy; Literature M: Management; Mixed ability settings; Modelling; Motivation; Myths N: Networking; Numeracy O: Objectives; Observation; Ofsted; Outdoor Learning (or learning beyond the classroom) P: Parents; Pedagogy; Personalization; Planning; Plenary; Policy; Presentations; Profession Q: Qualifications; Quality; Questioning R: Reasoning; Reflection; Relationships; Research; Resources S: Safeguarding; Sequencing; Space; Speaking; Special Educational Needs (SEN); Starters; Streaming and setting; Subjects; Synthetic phonics T: Teachers' Standards; Theory; Thinking; Tools; Transition U: Underachievement; Unit of work V: Virtual learning environments (VLE); Visual learning W: Web; Whole school policy; Work/life balance; Working with other adults X: 'X' - positive approaches to marking Y: Year groups Z: Zone of proximal development (ZPD); Zzzz... teachers and sleep
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