Study to Teach

Study to Teach

A Guide to Studying in Teacher Education

eBook - 2000
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Taylor & Francis Publishing
For all those preparing to teach or involved in further professional development it will provide an essential, accessible and readable companion to their course. Theories of learning are integrated with practical strategies for approaching a topic. Each of the following areas discussed:
*active reading and using the library
*referencing correctly
*making notes and writing clearly
*presenting your work orally
*developing subject knowledge
*using information and communications technology
*continuing professional development
*developing key relationships
*partnerships between schools and universities.
The book explores the process of getting to know yourself as a learner and the nature of knowledge and understanding. A useful and comprehensive introduction to research identifies and demystifies aspects more relevant to the education student. Each chapter is written by professional educators with a wide range of experience and expertise.

Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000
ISBN: 9780203020296
Characteristics: data file,rda
1 online resource (xii, 198 pages) : illustrations


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