Positive Teaching, Positive Learning

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Routledge, 1999 - Education - 155 pages
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Positive Teaching, Positive Learning offers teachers and student-teachers in training a number of practical strategies for developing and improving teaching and learning. It provides insights into very positive teacher-pupil management and learning, such as ways to increase pupil involvement and give constructive feedback from assessment.
The book draws together findings about pupils' and teachers' classroom practice, and suggests how practical steps can be taken to create a positive attitude towards generating high expectations. It includes quoted material researched over five years through interviews with known effective teachers (identified by OFSTED) about the teaching strategies they use.

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University of East Anglia

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