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Liverpool Hope University School Direct and Core PGCE Primary Course Reader
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Liverpool Hope University School Direct and Core PGCE Primary Course Reader

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September 2016 | 656 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Train to become an outstanding Teacher at Liverpool Hope University with this complete course text book.

Specifically for the Hope PGCE primary programme, this new course reader covers the fundamental concepts required to underpin the practice of an outstanding teacher.  Covering both your professional development as a classroom teacher and the development of the children in your class, it builds resilience, imagination and self-reflection in order to positively deal with the challenges of teaching.

With further reading included throughout, it develops the skills to apply an academic lens to both teaching practice and educational theory and policy. The Teachers’ Standards are also included to help you to make links between the criteria against which you are assessed as a teacher.

Taking you through every step of your training into your NQT year and beyond.  

Elizabeth Parr
Developing Together
Livingston, K. & Di Nardo, P.
Becoming a Teacher
Tarrant, P.
What Does Reflective Practice Look Like?
Cain, T.
What is the Relationship Between Research and Development as a Professional?
 
Child Development
Bertram, T. & Pascal, C.
Introducing Child Development
Rose, J., Gilbert, L., & Richards, R.
Brain Development
Neaum, L.
Holistic Development
Crowley, K.
Emotional and Social Development
 
Child Learning
Bates, B.
Behaviourism
Bates, B.
Cognitivism
Bates, B.
Humanism
Bates, B.
Neurolism
 
The Curriculum
Copping, A.
Curriculum Approaches
Kelly, A. V.
The Curriculum and the Study of the Curriculum
Waugh, D.
Talk for Learning
Wilson, A.
Creative Teachers and Creative Teaching
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Teaching Skills
Sewell, K.
Principles of Planning
Boyle, B. & Charles, M.
Differentiation
Faragher, S.
Assessing the Progress of Pupils
Briggs, M.
Assessment
Seward, D
Behaviour Management
 
Supporting Learners
Hodkinson, A.
Principles of Special Educational Needs
Rose, R. & Howley, M.
Creating Inclusive Classroom Environments
Tulloch, K., Cullen, J., Jones, E., Saunders, L., & Turner, G.
English as an Additional Language
Martin-Denham, S.
The Particular Needs of Looked-After Children
Smith, C.
Gifted Children in the Primary Classroom
Warner, D., & Elton-Chalcraft, S.
Race, Culture and Ethnicity: Teachers and Their Pupils
 
Wider Professional Responsibilities
Carroll, M.
Working with Other Adults
Leeming, J.
Managing the Classroom Environment
Kingston, D. & Price, M.
Supporting Transitions
Knight, S.
Forest School: A Whole-School Approach
 
Wellbeing and Resilience
Miller, D. & Moran, T.
Developing Self-Competence: Creating Positive Mindsets
Bubb, S.
How Do You Take Care of Yourself and Others?
Rose, J., Gilbert, L., & Richards, V.
Resilience and Building Learning Power
Waterhouse, J. & Miller, R.
Your First Job

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ISBN: 9781526402509
£41.00