Teaching Skills for Dummies (UK Edition) Paperback – 27 Mar 2009
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"An Extremely useful tool for the student or newly qualified teacher, but well worth any teacher′s time" (Headteacher Update, June 2009)
Being a 'good teacher' is a difficult goal to achieve, being largely dependent on a huge variety of skills outside of the main curriculum. "Teaching Skills For Dummies" focuses on these 'soft' skills of teaching, from maintaining discipline to creating engaging lesson plans and monitoring performance. This essential guide promises to help teachers gain the respect of their pupils, manage potential confrontations and ultimately get the best out of both their careers and their students. "Teaching Skills For Dummies" includes information on: developing your teaching style; teaching a class; managing a class; dealing with different kinds of people; and, succeeding beyond the classroom. About the author: Sue Cowley is an experienced teacher, writer and presenter, whose particular expertise is in the area of behaviour management. Fantastically well connected in the education world, Sue writes regular articles for the "TES", for a range of teacher publications and for parenting magazines.See all Product description
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This book has been very helpful and informative, however I do find that topics are often mentioned and the the reader is refered to a later chapter where the issue is actually dealt with which is annoying. The continued mention of topics and the deferral of dealing with them, makes the book feel repetitive although in fact the issue is probably only dealt with once.