Teaching and Learning: Building Effective Pedagogies by Jennifer HowellTeaching and Learning: Building Effective Pedagogies by Jennifer Howell

Teaching and Learning: Building Effective Pedagogies

byJennifer Howell

Paperback | December 16, 2014

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Teaching and Learning: Building Effective Pedagogies introduces pre-service teachers to the principles of teaching across early childhood, primary and early middle years of schooling. It is written to provide pre-service teachers with the knowledge and skills to help them teach in a variety ofclassroom environments for a range of students with diverse learning abilities. The text includes key curriculum documents, provides a critical overview of learning environments and shows how to plan for teaching, learning, assessment and reporting.
Dr Jennifer Howell is a Senior Lecturer at Curtin University. In recent years, Dr Howell's research has focused on different ICTs and how they can be used to enhance learning.
Title:Teaching and Learning: Building Effective PedagogiesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:426 pagesPublished:December 16, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195529065

ISBN - 13:9780195529067

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Table of Contents

PrefaceGuided TourAcknowledgementPart 1: The beginning teacher1. The process of becoming a teacher2. Developing effective pedagogiesPart 2: Understanding the phases of learning3. Physical development4. Cognitive development5. Psychosocial development6. Behavioural views on development7. Learner differencePart 3: The principles of effective teaching8. Understanding the context9. Understanding your students10. Becoming an effective communicator11. Managing your classroom12. Planning for effective teaching and learning13. Assessment, feedback and reportingPart 4: The professional teacher14. Identity, schools and school culture15. The ethical practitioner16. The education professionGlossaryReferencesIndex