Taking an evidence-based and practical approach, this book explores ten crucial aspects of teaching, the research behind them and why they work like they do, combined with everyday classroom examples describing both good and bad practice.
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About the Author
Pedro De Bruyckere (PhD) is an educational scientist at Arteveldehogeschool in Ghent, Belgium and Leiden University, The Netherlands. He has co-written several books on youth and education in Dutch and is a frequent international public speaker on education.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Cooking, medicine and evidenceChapter 2: Prior knowledge: how learning beginsChapter 3: The subject matter knowledge of the teacherChapter 4: Make them think!Chapter 5: Repeat, pause, repeat, linger, pause, repeatChapter 6: The importance of practiceChapter 7: Metacognition: Teaching your pupils and students how to learnChapter 8: Evaluate and give feedbackChapter 9: Use multimedia, but use it wiselyChapter 10: Have a vision (and it doesn't matter which one)Chapter 11: Like your pupilsChapter 12: Underlying themes