Developing A Leadership Role Within The Key Stage 1 Curriculum

Author: Julie A. Davies
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780750704236
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Since 1989, initial teacher training courses in England and Wales have recognized the need for teachers to take a lead in a school subject area in their first appointment. There is no longer a place for a primary school teacher (newly qualified or not) whose sole responsibility is his or her own class. Further, a teacher must have specific specialist knowledge and expertise in particular subjects which must be disseminated to the rest of the staff. A teacher also needs to develop the skills of communication, leadership and persuasion

Developing A Leadership Role Within The Key Stage 1 Curriculum

Author: Julie Davies
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135783632
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Since 1989 initial teacher training courses in England and Wales have included teacher preparation for taking a lead in a school subject area in their first appointment. There is no longer a place for a teacher newly qualified or not in primary schools whose sole responsibility is for his or her own class. A teacher must have specific specialist knowledge and expertise in particular subjects which must be shared with all staff.; This text contains the latest curriculum and assessment changes. It aims to help students and newly qualified teachers to understand the complexities of being a co-ordinator of the National Curriculum subjects in the early years of schooling and reports on best practice.

Developing A Leadership Role Within The Key Stage 2 Curriculum

Author: Mike Harrison
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135718431
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Since 1989 initial teacher training courses in England and Wales have included teacher preparation for taking a lead in a school subject area in their first appointment. There is no longer a place for a teacher newly qualified or not in primary schools whose sole responsibility is for his or her own class. A teacher must have specific specialist knowledge and expertise in particular subjects which must be shared with all staff.; This text contains the latest curriculum and assessment changes. It aims to help students and newly qualified teachers to understand the complexities of being a co-ordinator of a National Curriculum subject in Key Stage 2 and reports on best practice.

Subject Leadership In The Primary School

Author: Joan Dean
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136600973
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Need help coping with the demands of working as a subject leader? Use this book to: unravel the requirements of the subject leader/coordinator's role; improve your leadership skills; access expertise through examples of current practice; feel more confident working with senior staff; and meet the challenges posed by inclusion and managing TAs. Based on up to date TTA standards, this is a useful companion for both NQTs and more experienced teachers. It can also be used to support INSET training.

Cross Curricular Primary Practice

Author: Rosemary Webb
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780750704922
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This text discusses the theory and practice of several important areas of cross-curricular work in primary schools. It uses the National Curriculum Council's categories of themes, skills and dimensions to examine what is involved in such practice and to consider its current status in schools and future possibilities.; Providing practical suggestions for more well- established areas such as environmental studies, it also examines topical but under-represented themes, skills and dimensions such as media education, pupil self-assessment and discipline. The authors argue that cross-curricular practice both contributes to National Curriculum requirements and gives these requirements overall coherence. Cross- curricular practice also enables children to develop the knowledge, skills and concepts that are of value in coping with, and enjoying, the complexities of the 21st century. Suggestions are provided on how to provide leadership and stimulate staff interest in these areas by reviewing existing policies, teaching and resources.

The Essential Guide For New Teaching Assistants

Author: Anne Watkinson
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135176620
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The Essential Guide for New Teaching Assistants provides an introduction for teaching assistants who have recently been inducted, or are going through the process of induction, and are working in schools with children or young people. Giving teaching assistants an insight into the theories of teaching and learning and providing a background for understanding school processes and procedures, this new edition is fully updated to incorporate recent initiatives and changes in the National Curriculum. With an emphasis on personal responsibility and professionalism, the role of a teaching assistant and their relationship with qualified teachers is fully outlined. Providing a comprehensive overview, chapters include practical guidance on: getting started in a teaching assistant role developing a reflective approach to personal and professional development the Every Child Matters initiative working in partnership with qualified teachers being part of a whole school team working with individual children to progress their learning and development further training and professional development. Fully updated in line with National Occupational Standards, changes in the primary and secondary National Curricula and revised induction materials from the TDA, this book forms essential reading for teaching assistants seeking to understand the basic principles of education, teaching and learning.