What Makes a Good Primary School Teacher?: Expert Classroom Strategies

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 4, 2002 - Education - 192 pages
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A fascinating account of the range of teaching, assessing and feedback strategies used by individual 'expert' teachers. The book describes:
*the most common lesson patterns, why and when they are used
*how teaching strategies are varied according to subjects
*how assessment and feedback information can encourage pupils to learn
*the differences in teaching seven year olds and eleven year olds

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Caroline Gipps is Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Kingston University. She has written Beyond Testing Towards a Theory of Educational Assessment published by Falmer Press. Bet McCallum is an educational researcher at the Institute of Education. She has been involved in research with Caroline Gipps on the introduction of National Assessment, teachers assessment practice and the assessment, teaching and feedback strategies of primary teachers. Eleanore Hargreaves is a lecturer in evaluation and assessment and a research officer at the Institute of Education, London

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