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Habits of Highly Effective Teachers

Author : Marie Amaro
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Habits Of Highly Effective Teachers simplifies what it is that good teachers do, so you can do it too! This highly practical guide will ensure success in the classroom by maximising student engagement, minimising classroom disruption and maintaining your sanity! It's the secret to getting on with the business of teaching. Perfect for new teachers.

9 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers

Author : Jacquie Turnbull
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Provides guidance on personal development to inspire professional effectiveness.

The 3 Habits of Highly Successful Reading Teachers

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The Habits of Highly Effective Churches

Author : George Barna
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George Barna reveals nine critical habits proven to make a church an effective local body. The Habits of Highly Effective Churches dispels popular myths and wrong beliefs as to what constitutes a thriving church in today's society and is an excellent resource for ministry leaders who are seeking or willing to re-evaluate and restructure a church.

Teaching Children Physical Education

Author : George Graham
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Contains brief vignettes of elementary school physical education teachers demonstrating some of the teaching skills described in the book.

Psychology for Teachers

Author : Paul Castle
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How can ideas and concepts from psychology be applied smartly to the classroom to meet the needs of different learners? Supported by research and an awareness of the factors underpinning high-quality teaching, this book encourages teachers, and those training to teach, to examine their own methods in order to develop as confident, evidence-informed professionals. This third edition includes: · A new chapter on the psychology of elearning · A new discussion of applied cognitive theories in the classroom · The use of internationally friendly terminology throughout the book · Some streamlining of content to offer a more cohesive reading experience

Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education

Author : George Graham
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It’s never been more challenging to teach physical education to children and adolescents. Between managing difficult behavior and adapting lessons for students with diverse needs, teachers have their hands full. Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education: Becoming a Master Teacher has been helping both new and experienced physical educators meet these challenges for many years, and this revised edition has been updated to address many of the new challenges that have emerged in the past decade. Expanded to address teaching across elementary, middle, and high school, this classic resource demonstrates the techniques and skills master teachers rely on. Many of these skills are illustrated with videotapes of actual K-12 teachers in action. This already-successful text goes beyond pedagogy to include concrete curriculum strategies for making classes vibrant, fun, and developmentally appropriate. Written in conversational language, the book is readily applicable. Teaching Children and Adolescents Physical Education has been refreshed to be more valuable than ever to veteran and future physical educators navigating the elementary, middle, and high school environment. New features include the following: • New research and examples from the world of secondary physical education • Technology tips and app ideas contributed by real physical educators • Linked directly to national standards and grade-level outcomes (SHAPE America, 2014), a new approach to planning and teaching lessons to meet the needs of all students • Many sample task sheets and assessment examples for middle and high school In addition, this resource features three new chapters that add even more depth to the topics covered. The chapters address long-term planning, writing, and teaching the lesson plan. The value of this book can be attributed to the authors’ years of experience teaching physical education in elementary, middle, and high school. George Graham, Eloise Elliott, and Steve Palmer understand all aspects of quality physical education and the teaching challenges that come with the territory—because they have been there. Emphasizing real-world strategies, the authors weave instructional scenarios throughout the book. Readers will see in action the decision-making process master teachers go through when writing and teaching lesson plans. Because every class is different, this resource also highlights how to plan for diverse students and how to adjust lessons accordingly. The text is packed with tried-and-true advice for motivating students to practice, building positive feelings, observing and analyzing, providing feedback, and assessing students through formative assessment. Examples show what effective physical education instruction really looks like in secondary gymnasiums and on playgrounds. Rich with firsthand advice and insight, this book will guide educators toward becoming master teachers of physical education.

9 Habits of Highly Effective Teachers

Author : Jacquie Turnbull
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Effective Teachers in Secondary Schools 2nd edition

Author : Tony Swainston
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A valuable, reflective resource for secondary teachers considering classroom observations and giving feedback, this book and DVD pack present recordings of five experienced secondary teachers in action, together with clear commentary and analysis. The commentary draws on the Hay McBer report 'A Model of Teacher Effectiveness' (DfES 2000). The pack provides direct links to performance management and cross reference to the teaching standards. It can be used to assist the interviewer and interviewee following classroom observations by giving a focus for meaningful discussions and shared professional language.The resource can be used during school INSET, at home by individual teachers wishing to review their own approach to teaching, by NQTs, and by training colleges and ITT and GTP students.

How to be a Good Teacher

Author : Rupal Jain
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