How to be an Outstanding Primary School Teacher 2nd edition

 
 
Bloomsbury Education (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 21. September 2017
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  • 144 Seiten
 
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978-1-4729-4623-2 (ISBN)
 
The 2nd edition of David Dunn's best-selling How to be an Outstanding Primary School Teacher, now updated to reflect changes in teaching initiatives and educational policy, including valuable new content on using technology in the primary classroom.

This book features lots of easy-to-introduce activities and techniques that will propel satisfactory and good lessons into the outstanding category - not just when being observed, but all the time. And the best news? This book tells you how to do it without spending lots more time planning, researching and preparing 'out of this world' lessons. There are dozens of starters and plenaries and useful websites, and the author's own website offers resources to save you even more time. A must for all primary school teachers who want to become outstanding, not just for the inspectors but for every child they teach.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
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978-1-4729-4623-2 (9781472946232)
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David Dunn is currently Head Teacher of a primary school in the West Midlands. He was previously an Advanced Skills Teacher and has worked with many schools, leaders and teachers to develop teaching and learning in their own setting. You can follow him on Twitter @HeadTeachDunn.
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Series
  • Title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Dedication
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1 The Outstanding Teacher . . . Released!
  • The outstanding philosophy
  • Chapter 2 Outstanding . . . Relationships
  • Congruency (genuineness)
  • Empathy
  • Respect
  • In context
  • Smile!
  • PRM (positive role model)
  • Welcome!
  • Welcome . . . and ask
  • Activities with the children
  • Tell me a fact
  • Introduce me!
  • Walkabout
  • Link letters
  • To err is human
  • Jumbled names
  • Joke of the day
  • Guess who?
  • Link it!
  • It means a lot to me
  • What would you do?
  • This belongs to me
  • Find a strength
  • Emotions ladder
  • My flag
  • My shield
  • Write the letter
  • Questionnaires
  • Plan it!
  • ID cards
  • Parents
  • Regular communication
  • Be honest
  • Be helpful
  • Be approachable
  • Be professional
  • And so . . .
  • Chapter 3 Outstanding . . . Planning
  • Planning basics
  • Objectives
  • Differentiation
  • Support/teaching assistants
  • Assessment
  • IEPs/specials needs/G&T
  • Resources
  • Questions
  • Key information
  • Individual lesson plan
  • Chapter 4 Outstanding . . . Personalised Learning
  • Teaching
  • Learning
  • Teach the cat
  • Visual summary
  • Hot seating
  • Grab 'em!
  • Press conference
  • Tableau
  • Dictionary challenge
  • Bullet summary
  • Debrief
  • Using groups
  • Record it
  • The contract
  • Blockbusters
  • Give us a clue
  • Fact or fib
  • Why or because
  • Question time
  • Pass it around
  • Class plenary
  • Display
  • Learning wall
  • Concept maps
  • Learning logs
  • Chapter 5 Outstanding . . . Assessment for Learning
  • Formative vs summative assessment
  • The ideal learning environment for AfL
  • Objectives - effective ones!
  • Open and closed learning objectives
  • Success criteria
  • Remember:
  • Tell me!
  • Do it wrong
  • Do it wrong again
  • Peer-assessment
  • The language of peer-assessment
  • Three stars and a wish
  • Feedback sandwich
  • Plenary pals
  • Swap it!
  • Peer smiley faces
  • Give me the answer
  • Self-assessment
  • Thumb-o-meter
  • Traffic lights
  • More traffic lights
  • Smiley face
  • Star ratings
  • Bouncing!
  • Exit poll
  • One-minute summary
  • Clear as mud
  • Self-evaluation
  • Marking
  • Rolling marking
  • Peer-marking
  • On the hunt
  • Detailed marking
  • Give time
  • The best AfL resource ever
  • Chapter 6 Outstanding . . . Classroom Management
  • Expectations
  • The no. 1 secret for getting any child to behave
  • Alongside the no. 1 secret
  • Voice volume
  • Spell it out
  • Lip reading
  • Moving in
  • Moving out
  • Attention getting
  • Ask!
  • Pairs
  • Sign language
  • Meet and greet
  • Back in the USSR
  • The good ol' USA . . .
  • Reflection time
  • Procedures and routines
  • Letting off steam
  • Listening time
  • Decisions and problems
  • Good listening cards
  • Seating
  • Chapter 7 Outstanding . . . Differentiation
  • Making each lesson as accessible as possible to every child in your class.
  • Grouping
  • Things to think about
  • Collaborative group work
  • Co-operative work
  • Cascading
  • Paired teaching
  • Wheel within a wheel
  • Envoy
  • Goldfish
  • Snowball
  • Jigsaw
  • Swap around pairs
  • Pupils as the teacher!
  • Learning styles
  • Differentiation by questioning
  • Differentiating extension
  • More lesson differentiation
  • Plenary differentiation
  • Chapter 8 Outstanding . . . Questioning
  • Knowledge
  • Comprehension
  • Application
  • Analysis
  • Synthesis
  • Evaluation
  • Wait time
  • No hands
  • Lollipop sticks
  • Paired talking/talking partners
  • Effective questioning
  • Getting the question right
  • Giving a range of answers
  • A statement
  • Finding opposites
  • Giving the answer first
  • An opposing standpoint
  • Socratic questioning
  • Conceptual clarification questions
  • Probing assumptions
  • Questioning viewpoints and perspectives
  • Probe implications and consequences
  • Questions about the question
  • Conscience alley
  • Flashbacks and flash forwards
  • Snowball
  • Exchange questioning
  • No hands up except . . .
  • Chapter 9 Outstanding . . . Technology in the Classroom
  • Pros and cons of using technology in the classroom
  • 'E-safety'
  • Childline Online Safety
  • Using technology in English
  • Writing
  • Speaking and listening
  • Using technology in maths
  • Using Twitter
  • Chapter 10 Outstanding . . . Community Engagement
  • What is my school community?
  • Considerations for primary schools
  • Ideas for the classroom
  • Chapter 11 Outstanding . . . Starters
  • Getting started on starters!
  • Mystery number game
  • Fizz-buzz
  • Steps
  • Spot the mistake
  • Splat
  • Alien counting
  • Dense teacher
  • Continuum
  • Who am I?
  • Do it in three
  • There's a hole in my bucket
  • Eyes closed
  • Milling around
  • Show me!
  • Draw it!
  • Unscramble
  • Ask me
  • What was it?
  • Beat the teacher
  • Taboo
  • Call my bluff
  • Show me variation
  • KWL (Know already/Want to know/have Learned)
  • Ordering
  • Bingo
  • Find me a partner
  • Number fans
  • Up and down
  • Chapter 12 Outstanding . . . Plenaries
  • What is a plenary?
  • Five golden rules
  • Testing a hypothesis
  • Mnemonics
  • Pass it around
  • What have I learned?
  • Three things learned today
  • Diagrams
  • Question it!
  • Compose two
  • Pyramid
  • Learning boards
  • Ready, steady, teach!
  • Quiet sentences
  • Teach the cat
  • Concept cartoons
  • Dominoes
  • Learning tree
  • End-of-lesson reviews
  • Die plenary
  • No time left?
  • And so . . .
  • Chapter 13 Outstanding . . . Homework
  • Homework with a purpose
  • Planning
  • Choice
  • Open objectives
  • Quiz
  • Decisions, decisions
  • Reduce
  • Mark the teacher
  • Ask at home
  • Virtual homework
  • Homework rewards
  • It's all about the talk
  • Chapter 14 Outstanding . . . Support for Teaching Assistants and Learning Support Assistants
  • How quality of teaching can be improved
  • Close partnerships
  • Planning together
  • Knowledge and questioning
  • Interaction
  • Have a laugh!
  • Dealing with behaviour
  • Remember:
  • Chapter 15 Outstanding . . . Self-Evaluation and CPD
  • Peer mentoring and coaching
  • Learning walks
  • Observing each other
  • Performance management
  • Schools sharing good practice
  • Teacher swaps
  • Have a student
  • Ask your TA/LSA
  • Asking the kids
  • Teachers TV
  • Reading
  • Staff meetings
  • Classroom visits
  • Twitter
  • Chapter 16 Becoming Outstanding and Staying Outstanding! Further Reading and Resources
  • Assessment for Learning
  • General teaching
  • Thinking skills
  • Questioning
  • Classroom management
  • Index
This book is filled to the brim with grounded, practical ideas to move your primary teaching to the next level. These are tried-and-tested suggestions, written in a warmly enthusiastic way, and they are a great read for newly qualified and seasoned teachers. * Stephen Lockyer, Enrichment Leader and Teacher * Written by an experienced primary teacher and head teacher, this book combines sage advice and a stunning range of activities to help you to improve all aspects of your teaching. It is an excellent addition to any teacher's armoury! * Paul Garvey, School Improvement Consultant and Ex-Ofsted Inspector, @paulgarvey4 * A must for all primary teachers who want to be outstanding, not just for inspectors, but for every child they teach. * Primary School Management * Student, NQT or experienced teacher - all will find this practical and down-to-earth book valuable. * Parents in Touch *

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