Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector

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SAGE, Jun 9, 2011 - Education - 240 pages
This core text provides comprehensive support for pre-service and in-service trainee teachers in the Lifelong Learning Sector covering all they need to know to achieve QTLS status. Supporting trainees through all stages of their professional development, the text takes the reader through the theoretical background underpinning teaching and learning and offers practical guidance on day-to-day challenges. This fourth edition has been fully revised and updated and includes a new chapter on teaching practice with notes on observation and lesson planning. New information on behaviour management has been added to support trainees in an aspect of teaching that many find challenging.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The sequencing of chapters and tasks
2
1 The reflective practitioner
5
2 Communication tutoring and teamwork
17
3 Recognising diversity and supporting equality
38
the organisational local and national context
48
values and ethics
63
being a subject specialist
76
methods and styles of teaching
127
extending your range
139
assessing needs supporting access and progression
150
assessing learner achievement
163
14 Managing behaviour and motivating learners
177
15 Learning and teaching 1416
190
reading critically and reflectively
204
17 Achieving your teaching qualification in the Lifelong Learning sector
215

7 Theories of learning
89
planning your lessons
101
evaluation and resources
114
Appendices
222
Index
226
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About the author (2011)

Susan Wallace is Professor of Continuing Education at Nottingham Trent University. She previously taught for ten years in Further Education and has worked in a local authority advisory role for post-16 education. She is the author of a number of books, including Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector and Managing Behaviour in the Lifelong Learning Sector.

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