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Author Packard, Emma.

Title 500 tips for primary teachers / Emma Packard, Nick Packard and Sally Brown
Published London : Kogan Page, 1997
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Description 1 online resource (1 x, 134 pages)
Contents Ch. 1. Classroom Management and Organisation. 1. Preparing yourself for a lesson. 2. Preparing the children for a lesson. 3. Organising an integrated day. 4. Providing for practical activities. 5. Providing for consolidatory activities. 6. Keeping children on task. 7. Involving children. 8. Different teaching styles. 9. Using other adults in the classroom. 10. Using other professionals in the classroom. 11. Displaying work -- Ch. 2. Curricular Responsibilities. 12. Managing time. 13. Coordinating a curriculum area. 14. Covering the National Curriculum. 15. Ensuring continuity and procession. 16. Extra-curricular activities. 17. Getting the most from In-Service Training (INSET). 18. Offering In-Service Training (INSET). 19. Communicating with colleagues. 20. Policies and schemes of work. 21. Making learning processes meaningful to children. 22. Planning a new topic -- Ch. 3. Pastoral Care. 23. Dealing with upset children. 24. Play times. 25. Making children feel secure and comfortable. 26. Helping children to build self-esteem. 27. Dealing with bad behaviour -- Ch. 4. Making and Managing Resources. 28. Obtaining resources. 29. Choosing and using printed learning resources. 30. Deciding on what is most important for you to do. 31. Identifying and filling in the gaps. 32. Using other people to produce classroom resources. 33. Access to resources. 34. Accessing materials and resources outside school -- Ch. 5. Assessment and Record Keeping. 35. Keeping track of progress. 36. Assessment and planning. 37. Learning outcomes. 38. National Curriculum assessment. 39. Assessing work. 40. Formal and informal assessment. 41. Evidence of achievement. 42. Marking work and giving feedback. 43. Self-assessment. 44. Assessing children with special needs. 45. Differentiation -- Ch. 6. Your Professional Life. 46. Inspection. 47. Appraisal. 48. Mentoring and supporting student teachers. 49. Being a Newly Qualified Teacher. 50. Working with outside agencies. 51. Liaising with parents or carers. 52. Looking after yourself. 53. Coping with your workload. 54. Being an effective colleague. 55. Working with administrative and support staff. 56. Ten things you should never do, and some home truths
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Early childhood teachers.
Education, Preschool.
Elementary school teaching -- Great Britain.
Preschool teaching.
Form Electronic book
Author Brown, Sally, 1950 February 1-
Packard, Nick.
ISBN 1136356045
Other Titles Five hundred tips for primary teachers