Part 1: Some Perspectives on Teaching and Learning 1. A Background to Current Developments in Education 2. Teacher Training Requirements 3. The Whole Curriculum and the National Curriculum 4. The Foundation Stage 5. Information and Communication Technology 6. Legal Issues Part 2: Preparation and Planning 7. The Preliminary Visit 8. Aims, Objectives and Intended Learning Outcomes 9. Beginning Curriculum Planning Part 3: Practising Teaching10. Learning and Teaching 11. Primary Teaching 12. Secondary Teaching 13. Language in Classrooms 14. Inclusion, Equal Opportunities and Diversity 15. Managing Behaviour in the Classroom Part 4: Assessment, Record Keeping and Progress Files 16. Assessment 17. Record Keeping and Report Writing 18. Progress Files
Louis Cohen is Emeritus Professor of Education at Loughborough University, UK. Lawrence Manion was formerly Principal Lecturer in Music at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Keith Morrison is Professor and Registrar at the Macau University of Science and Technology, China. Dominic Wyse is Senior Lecturer in Early Years and Primary Education at the University of Cambridge, UK.
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