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Author Churchill, Rick, author

Title Teaching : making a difference / Rick Churchill, Sally Godinho, Nicola F Johnson, Amanda Keddie, Will Letts, Kaye Lowe, Jenny Mackay, Michele McGill, Julianne Moss, Michael Nagel, Kylie Shaw, Peter Ferguson, Paul Nicholson, Melissa Vick
Edition Third edition
Published Milton, Qld : Wiley, 2016


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Description xiv, 641 pages : colour illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents Part 1. The teaching profession -- 1. Introducing teaching as a profession / Julianne Moss -- 2. Historical insights into teaching / Kylie Shaw -- Part 2. Understanding learning and learners -- Student learning / Michael C Nagel -- 4. Understanding and motivating students / Michael C Nagel -- 5. Learner diversity, pedagogy and educational equity / Julianne Moss -- Part 3. Preparation, practice and process -- 6. The curriculum / Will Letts -- 7. Planning for practice: connecting pedagogy, assessment and curriculum / Sally Godinho -- 8.Pedagogy: the agency that connects teaching with learning / Sally Godinho -- 9. Organising the learning environment / Kylie Shaw -- 10. Teaching with information and communication technologies / Nicola F Johnson -- 11. Interactive student engagement and management / Jenny Mackay -- 12. Assessment, feedback and reporting / Kaye Lowe -- Part 4. Effectiveness, professionalism and the future -- 13. Reflective practice / Will Letts -- 14. Theorising about teaching practice / Michele McGill -- 15. Professional, ethical and legal issues for teachers / Rick Churchill & Amanda Keddie -- 16. The future of teaching: schooling, equity and social change / Amanda Keddie & Rick Churchill
Summary At the beginning of each semester in Australian universities, students entering teacher education courses are asked 'Why do you want to teach?' The answers vary, but the most prominent response is 'To make a difference'. Building on the market-leading success of the first two editions, Teaching: Making a Difference, Third edition, has been designed to launch students on their journey to become the kind of teacher who continually strives to deliver quality learning outcomes in all aspects of professional endeavour. Making a real difference in tomorrow's early childhood, primary and secondary classrooms is as much about understanding learning and learners as it is about understanding what makes a quality teacher and quality teaching. The unique four-part pedagogical structure of this series consistently provides students with a compass to navigate recent changes to the Australian Curriculum and practical strategies for the meaningful use of ICTs in the classroom
Analysis Australian
Notes "Rick Churchill; Sally Godinho; Nicola Johnson; Amanda Keddie; Will Letts; Kaye Lowe; Jenny Mackay; Michele McGill; Julianne Moss; Michael Nagel; Kylie Shaw; Peter Ferguson; Paul Nicholson; Melissa Vick"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Classroom management -- Textbooks.
Classroom management.
Effective teaching.
Teachers -- Training of.
Teaching -- Textbooks.
Effective teaching -- Textbooks.
Teaching -- Australia.
Genre/Form Textbooks.
Author Ferguson, Peter, author
Godinho, Sally, author
Johnson, Nicola F., 1976- author
Keddie, Amanda, author
Letts, Will, author
Lowe, Kaye, author
Mackay, Jenny, author
McGill, Michele, author
Moss, Julianne, author
Nagel, Michael C., author
Nicholson, Paul, author
Shaw, Kylie, author
Vick, Melissa, author
ISBN 9780730315452