Teacher Training in Secondary Schools

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Kogan Page, 1995 - Education - 162 pages
The onus for teacher training is shifting away from higher education and into the school itself, which means the full range of training - from initial training, through probation and staff development to appraisal and further development - needs to be reconsidered. This second edition of an influential book maps out the strategies and tactics demanded by the new responsibilities within schools. It has been revised and updated to incorporate further developments and their effects on schools. Covering the management issues as well as mentoring and the day-to-day demands of the new approaches, this is a thorough and up-to-date resource, ideal for those wishing to understand and firmly establish the new agenda. Questionnaires, checklists and models are included for assessing the strengths, weaknesses and requirements of schools facing the training challenge.

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Mandy Shaw runs Dandelion Designs, a craft design and kit company. Her work has been featured on BBC2's Leisure Hour and she has written for Popular Patchwork and Fabrications magazines. She has also appeared on the TV program Kirstie Allsopp's Homemade Home. She lives in East Sussex, UK.

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