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How To Teach For Progress: Classroom Approaches For Improving Practice

A classroom approach for helping your students make progress

Author Andrew Chandler-Grevatt

Suitable for:  Teachers and trainee teachers across all phases; mentors and tutors of trainee teachers; and the libraries that support them.

Price:  £16.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-842328-7
Publication date: 05/09/2019
Paperback: 200 pages
Dimensions: 216x138mm

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Description

If you are looking for a concise, practical guide to supporting students in making progress in their learning, then How To Teach for Progress does just this. Using practical activities, backed by evidence-based examples and case studies, it explores the different approaches teachers can use to bring a progress culture into their classroom.

Features

  • Uses case studies, practical activities and exercises to suggest ways to develop or expand a progress culture in the classroom
  • Written by a former teacher and expert within teacher education and assessment for learning, it speaks the language of the classroom practitioner, rather than that of educational psychologists or policy-makers
  • Looks at progress in different settings in order to better understand what it means in education - and how we should teach for progress
  • Offers guidance on assessing students' skills and understanding - and when to make appropriate interventions
  • Offers contextual explanations and practical advice for both primary and secondary settings
  • Provides concise, practical support in showing how various approaches can work in different classrooms
  • An ideal companion to Andrew Chandler-Grevatt's How To Assess Your Students, also available in the Oxford Teaching Guides series

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