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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 C Nagel, Kylie Shaw with Jessa Rogers
Edition Fourth edition
Published Milton, Qld : Wiley, 2019
6 holds on first copy returned of 11 copies


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Description xv, 614 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents Part 1. The teaching profession -- 1. Introducing teaching as a profession -- 2. Historical insights into teaching -- Part 2. Understanding learning and learners -- Student learning -- 4. Understanding and motivating students -- 5. Learner diversity, pedagogy and educational equity -- Part 3. Preparation, practice and process -- 6. The curriculum -- 7. Planning for practice: connecting pedagogy, assessment and curriculum -- 8.Pedagogy: the agency that connects teaching with learning -- 9. Organising the learning environment -- 10. Teaching with information and communication technologies -- 11. Interactive student engagement and management -- 12. Assessment and what matters, feedback,reporting and fairness -- Part 4. Effectiveness, professionalism and the future -- 13. Reflective practice -- 14. Theorising about teaching practice -- 15. Professional, ethical and legal issues for teachers -- 16. The future of teaching: schooling, equity and social change
Summary The fourth edition of Teaching: Making a Difference, 4th Edition (Churchill et al.) draws together the voices and contemporary research of Australia's pre-eminent education academics. The combination of their knowledge, hands-on experience and insight will help you develop your craft and technique, and provide a framework to enable you to excel as a future educator. This market-leading text is accessible for all students and designed to engage and inspire, while staying realistic, practical and jargon-free.
Analysis Australian
Notes Previous edition: 2016
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Effective teaching.
Classroom management.
Effective teaching -- Textbooks.
Classroom management -- Textbooks.
Teaching -- Australia.
Teachers -- Training of.
Teaching -- Textbooks.
Reading List EPR711 prescribed text 2021
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Genre/Form Textbooks.
Author Churchill, Rick, author
Godinho, Sally, author
Johnson, Nicola F., 1976- author
Keddie, Amanda, author
Letts, William J., 1965- author
Lowe, Kaye, author
Mackay, Jenny, author
McGill, Michele, author
Moss, Julianne, author
Nagel, Michael C., author
Shaw, Kylie, author
Rogers, Jessa, author
ISBN 9780730363453