Primary Teacher Solutions
Ready Pedagogy and Inspirational Ideas
- Available for pre-order on June 20, 2023. Item will ship after July 11, 2023
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This timely book offers a raw critique of the current educational issues and debates, alongside ‘teacher hacks’ to provide teachers, trainee teachers and educators with a plethora of stimulating material to ignite curiosity, maintain passion, and culture creativity in the classroom.
Made in partnership with academics and primary school teachers working on the frontline from around the globe, this book is threaded with honest practitioner voices as the big educational issues are boiled down and explored. Chapters cover day-to-day organisation such as planning, subject knowledge, setting homework, and behaviour management strategies, right through to considering how we can best support children’s mental health and staff wellbeing. As well as including critical questions to encourage reflection throughout, the book offers insights into meaningful experiences such:
- teaching overseas,
- taking on responsibility roles in schools,
- considering how teachers can become educational researchers for transformative change,
- engaging with parents and carers,
- deploying Teaching Assistants.
Whether trainee teachers, Early Career Teachers, or established practitioners, this book provides insight into trialed tips and techniques for shaping pedagogy in the classroom. A modern, well-resourced guide as we emerge from the global COVID19 pandemic.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Classroom Organisation 3. Behaviour Management 4. Planning 5. Subject knowledge and pedagogy 6. Maths anxiety in the classroom 7. Assessment 8. Engaging parents and carers 9. Teaching assistants 10. Fundamental British Values 11. Wider Curriculum 12. Career progression and further study 13. Becoming an educational researcher 14. Teaching overseas 15. Covid and parent partnerships 16. Supporting pupils’ wellbeing 17. Supporting staff wellbeing 18. Homework
Poppy Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Education, and currently leads both the 3-year BA Hons Primary Education Studies degree and the innovative Blended Accelerated BA Hons Primary Education Studies degree at Anglia Ruskin University (Essex). Poppy’s key research interests focus on supporting wellbeing and mental health.
Robert Morgan is a member of the National Association of Primary Education (NAPE). He is also the editor of its journal ‘Primary First’. Robert’s key research interests concern the purpose of education and the deployment of teaching assistants.
Ashley Brett is a senior lecturer at University of Greenwich in primary Initial Teacher Training. Ashley’s key research interests focus on how schools adapted their strategies to support learning in the home during the Covid pandemic, and teachers engaging with action research.