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Teaching In Further Education

Author: Susan Wallace
Publisher: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 1909682756
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This realistic, relevant and accessible book explores the teacher’s role and what makes for effective learning and teaching in the further education sector through means of a fictional approach. It provides a series of linked case study chapters, each set in the same fictional institution and each involving characters, with a range of pertinent roles, who appear and re-appear as their overall story arcs develop. Chapter aims are clearly stated and each narrative is followed by an analysis of key points through challenging critical thinking activities. The clear contextualisation of the required Standards and skills is of particular value to pre-service student teachers and those beginning their careers. The fictional approach provides a picture of working life and professional practice inside a further education institution with the flexibility to explore every topic essential to the student teacher, from professionalism, differentiation and inclusion to behaviour management and student-teacher relationships.

Reflective Teaching And Learning In Further Education

Author: Keith Appleyard
Publisher: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 190968287X
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This book looks at critical reflection as a key skill for all teachers in further education (FE) and an important part of the new Professional Standards. In particular the text explores the key themes of self-awareness, planning, managing behaviour and CPD in relation to reflective practice to demonstrate how it can support those areas of teaching that most often cause concern. The limitations and benefits of reflection are analysed and action research is identified as an important facet in developing professional reflective practice which can in turn enhance both the personal and professional life of FE teachers.

A Complete Guide To The Level 4 Certificate In Education And Training

Author: Lynn Machin
Publisher: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 1910391115
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A complete, all-in-one guide to the new Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training, suitable for use with any awarding organisation. It offers an easy-to-understand structure, incorporates key information on reflective practice and study skills, and provides full coverage of all the mandatory units. Accessible language and a practical approach are combined with the required underpinning theory, and a range of useful learning features include clear objectives, key words, points for pre-flection, case studies and activities to check your understanding. This new second edition includes: • fully updated references to the Education and Training Foundation Professional Standards • revised chapters, amended throughout to reflect the latest thinking around further education • further reading and references updated in all chapters • links to the latest government legislation, including the SEND Code of Practice (2014). Written by the successful team who produced A Complete Guide to the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.

A Concise Guide To The Level 3 Award In Education And Training

Author: Lynn Machin
Publisher: Critical Publishing
ISBN: 1910391689
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Written with level 3 readers firmly in mind, this book offers concise, accessible, one-stop coverage of the Level 3 Award in Education and Training, including the Learning and Development units. It takes account of new policies and legislation, emerging technologies and the current post-compulsory teaching and learning climate. The text encourages reflection of practice throughout, supported by case studies and activities aimed at consolidating and contextualising the information. The content covers the full range of relevant LSIS units, includes a detailed glossary plus chapters on the micro-teach and writing essays and assignments, and is fully mapped to the latest ETF Standards. Written by the successful team who produced A Complete Guide to the Level 4 Certificate in Education and Training and A Complete Guide to the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training.

The Inside Story Of The Teacher Revolution In America

Author: Don Cameron
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
ISBN: 9781578861965
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Here, Don Cameron addresses the compelling story of the teacher revolution that took place in America in the 1960s and 1970s. It gives an insider's view of what happened, how it happened, and who made it happen. It tells why teachers in America organized into unions and became more militant in the 1960s. American teachers had been taken for granted, under appreciated, and underpaid for almost two centuries. When collective bargaining statutes were enacted in many states during the 1960s and 1970s, teachers embraced those laws with gusto and determination. In the process of doing so, they revolutionized the teaching profession and the National Education Association. This story also delves into why and how the NEA changed its philosophy, programs, and structure to accommodate the revolution from within. Overall, The Inside Story of the Teacher Revolution in America gives insights into the character of teachers and the obstacles they have to overcome in order to do their jobs, and provides a historical background of both the value of public education to this country as well as the under valuation of teaching and teachers.For individuals with an interest in teaching and education.

The Wrecking Crew

Author: Kent Hartman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1429941375
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Winner of the Oregon Book Award for General Nonfiction and Los Angeles Times bestseller "It makes good music sound better."-Janet Maslin in The New York Times "A fascinating look into the West Coast recording studio scene of the '60s and the inside story of the music you heard on the radio. If you always assumed the musicians you listened to were the same people you saw onstage, you are in for a big surprise!"-Dusty Street, host of Classic Vinyl on Sirius XM Satellite Radio If you were a fan of popular music in the 1960s and early '70s, you were a fan of the Wrecking Crew-whether you knew it or not. On hit record after hit record by everyone from the Byrds, the Beach Boys, and the Monkees to the Grass Roots, the 5th Dimension, Sonny & Cher, and Simon & Garfunkel, this collection of West Coast studio musicians from diverse backgrounds established themselves in Los Angeles, California as the driving sound of pop music-sometimes over the objection of actual band members forced to make way for Wrecking Crew members. Industry insider Kent Hartman tells the dramatic, definitive story of the musicians who forged a reputation throughout the business as the secret weapons behind the top recording stars. Mining invaluable interviews, the author follows the careers of such session masters as drummer Hal Blaine and keyboardist Larry Knechtel, as well as trailblazing bassist Carol Kaye-the only female in the bunch-who went on to play in thousands of recording sessions in this rock history. Readers will discover the Wrecking Crew members who would forge careers in their own right, including Glen Campbell and Leon Russell, and learn of the relationship between the Crew and such legends as Phil Spector and Jimmy Webb. Hartman also takes us inside the studio for the legendary sessions that gave us Pet Sounds, Bridge Over Troubled Water, and the rock classic "Layla," which Wrecking Crew drummer Jim Gordon cowrote with Eric Clapton for Derek and the Dominos. And the author recounts priceless scenes such as Mike Nesmith of the Monkees facing off with studio head Don Kirshner, Grass Roots lead guitarist (and future star of The Office) Creed Bratton getting fired from the group, and Michel Rubini unseating Frank Sinatra's pianist for the session in which the iconic singer improvised the hit-making ending to "Strangers in the Night." The Wrecking Crew tells the collective, behind-the-scenes stories of the artists who dominated Top 40 radio during the most exciting time in American popular culture.

In Short

Author: Suzanne I. Barchers
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
ISBN: 9780325007625
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While there are many collections of short stories available for young adults, precious few contain instructional support for their teachers. In Short does.