Creative Teaching: Learning with Style

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A&C Black, Mar 15, 2012 - Education - 192 pages
out how you can be more creative and encourage more creativity from your
students without having to put in hours of extra preparation. This concise,
practical guide will help you to gain the confidence to move out of your
comfort zone and take some risks, in order to meet the needs of students with a
variety of learning styles and needs. This
updated edition of Creative Teaching includes practical activities and a
variety of strategies to help you to plan exciting, pupil-centred lessons that
are easy to integrate into your schemes of work. There is new
material on: • independent learning - offering a clear framework for design, delivery and
assessment of lessons• transforming the ethos of the school to a positive, creative one• the companion website - offering printable or downloadable checklists,
questionnaires and templates. Along
with adaptable action plans for improving both your classroom and whole-school
ethos, this book creates a cohesive picture of how teachers can make learning
easier and more enjoyable for themselves and their pupils.

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David Starbuck is a secondary school teacher and has taught in Scotland, England and Africa. He currently works part-time as a secondary school teacher in Surrey, UK. He is also Creative Director of Learning Performance, the UK's leading provider of study skills education in schools. His company works with around half of British secondary schools to help teachers and pupils discover more about the learning process and inspire pupils to be better, more independent learners.

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