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Effective Teaching And Learning: Teachers' and Students' Perspectives Paperback – 1 Feb 1996
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"Presentation, development and organisation are exemplary.This is an excellent study. As the teachers' craft in the study mightserve as a model for young student-teachers, so the researchers' craft exemplified in this text serves as a model of its kind for any youngresearchers." - British Educational Research Journal "The robustness of the methodology is beyond doubt, the quality of the pupil contribution to the data gathered is impressive and the utility of the authors' insights for teacher initial and continuing education is a pleasure to acknowledge." - Education in the North
About the Author
The AuthorsPaul Cooper is now a Lecturer at the Combridge University Institute of Education after being a school teacher for nine years, and then having worked as Research Officer at Oxford University Department of Educational Studies for the Research project reported in this book from 1991 to 1994. His publications include Effective Schools for Disaffected Pupils (Routledge, 1993) and Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties: from Theory to Practice (with Colin Smith and Graham Upton, Routledge, 1994)Donald McIntyre is Reader in Educational Studies at Oxford University and a Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, where he has been since 1986, having previously spent sixteen years as a researcher and lecturer at the University of Stirling. He has researched and published widely in the fields of teaching and teacher education. His recent publications include Making Sense of Teaching (with Sally Brown, Open University Press, 1993), Mentoring (with Hazel Hagger and MargaretWilkin, Kogan Page, 1993) and Managing School-Based Initial Teacher Education (with Hazel Hagger and Katharine Burn, Kogan Page, 1994).
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1 August 2015
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This book is written in a very academic style and as such is not an easy read. So, there may be some good stuff in here but I am not sure I will ever get to it. As a teacher trainee, I am so far finding books by Dixie and Rogers much easier to access and extremely insightful