Marsh's Becoming a Teacher, 6E continues to offer pre-service teachers a practical and user-friendly guide to learning to teach that students find invaluable throughout their entire degree. Marsh covers a comprehensive introduction to teaching methodology, preparing pre-service teachers for the challenges they face in a 21st-century classroom. All chapters in this new edition have been updated with new approaches and current references by the two new authors, Maggie Clarke and Sharon Pittaway. The approach in this 6th edition is more reflective and gives readers an even greater opportunity to interact with issues raised in the text.
PART 1 INTRODUCTION 1 What is Teaching all about? PART 2 STUDENT LEARNING 2 How Students Develop and Learn 3 Learner Motivation and Developing Self-Esteem 4 Learning Environments PART 3 HOW TEACHERS ORGANISE AND TEACH 5 The Australian Curriculum 6 Exploring and Contesting Curriculum 7 Planning and Preparing for Teaching 8 Organising Classroom Structures and Routines 9 Planning to Achieve Goals, Aims, Objectives, Outcomes and Standards PART 4 TEACHING EFFECTIVELY 10 Communicating Effectively 11 Pedagogy, Teaching and Learning 12 Classroom Management 13 Using Resources Creatively 14 Meeting the Diverse Needs of Students 15 Developing Knowledgeable, Responsible and Caring Students 16 Parents' and Caregivers' Partnerships with Schools 17 Assessment and Reporting PART 5 THE TEACHING PROFESSION 18 Professional and Cultural Dimensions of Teaching 19 Equity, Ethics and Legal Issues in Teaching 20 Teacher Standards
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