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Teaching Teachers: Processes and Practices

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This book is a rich resource for all those who support the learning of teachers.  These ‘teachers of teachers' (ToTs) may find themselves:

  • Being responsible for staff development within the context of a school;
  • Running a one-off workshop or a longer in-service programme;
  • Teaching university-based elements of an initial teacher ...
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Overview

This book is a rich resource for all those who support the learning of teachers.  These ‘teachers of teachers' (ToTs) may find themselves:

  • Being responsible for staff development within the context of a school;
  • Running a one-off workshop or a longer in-service programme;
  • Teaching university-based elements of an initial teacher preparation (ITP) programme; or
  • Mentoring a trainee during the classroom based elements of their ITP or as part of an ongoing programme of inservice provision. 

Based on many years of experience in the field as ToTs and researchers, the authors provide strategies which support the following processes and practices:

  • Designing and planning effective programmes to support teacher learning
  • Planning sessions or sequences of sessions on such programmes
  • Engaging in a one-to-one mentoring process
  • Assessing teachers and their learning
  • Managing your personal development as a ToTs
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826484918
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
  • Publication date: 7/31/2007
  • Series: Practical Teaching Guides Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 198
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.41 (d)

Meet the Author

Angi Malderez is a freelance education consultant, and Honorary Senior Fellow of the School of Education, University of Leeds, UK.

Martin Wedell is Senior Lecturer and Head of International Education at the University of Leeds, UK.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Section 1: Preparing yourself
1. What teachers need to learn
2. How teachers learn
3 Teachers learning from their own and others' experience
Section 2 Developing programmes that support teacher learning
4. Designing your programme
5. Planning
6. Preparation
7. Working 1 to 1
Section 3: Developing as a Teacher of Teachers
8. TOTs together
9. Working together to develop in-class teaching skills
10. Managing your development alone
Section 4: Assessment and evaluation

11. Assesing teachers and their teaching
12. Evaluation

Further Reading

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