The Professional Practice of Teaching in New Zealand contains information that will help you learn to teach effectively. Written specifically for the New Zealand setting, it highlights the range of knowledge and skills that you'll need in order to make a positive difference to your students' lives.
This text includes the latest research and covers topics such as effective teaching in modern learning environments, Maori learners, and diverse learners. Case studies, activities and stories from real-life teachers and students help you to link theory to your classroom practices.
1 Becoming a teacher 2 How do people learn? Understanding the learning experience 3 A community of learners: creating a culture of learning together 4 Engaging students in dialogue 5 Planning with high expectations 6 Using classroom assessment for effective learning and teaching 7 Teaching as inquiry 8 Managing relationships in learning environments 9 Policy and praxis: Maori learners' experiences contributing understandings about identity, culture and effective pedagogy 10 Creating cultures of belonging: engaging diversity to enhance learning 11 Pedagogy in flexible learning spaces 12 Digital learning: critical perspectives and lifelong possibilities 13 Revealing the privatisation of education 14 Teachers and ethics 15 Raising our heads: keeping a critical eye on policy and research 16 Moving into the profession
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