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This work sets out to explore some of the wider issues that need to be considered when working with primary-age children and how these can be woven into the broad framework of teaching and teacher's own learning. Examples of classroom practice help to illustrate the different aspects of teaching: what it is to be an effective and competent teacher; classroom processes such as planning, observation and asessment; the variety of ways in which children learn and develop thinking and skills; social interactions and support networks; equal opportunities; and "in loco parentis" responsibilities.
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"Janet Moyles's carefully and imaginatively edited book will be of great interest to a wide educational community... This is more than a handbook for students and their tutors - it is a manifest of the dedicated and closely focused professionalism of the University of Leicester team, and I am sure that, as Tim Brighouse implied, it will still be being read in ten years time by all concerned with primary education." - Mentoring and Tutoring ( Generation of PM publication page 170)"...it is certainly a book which will find its way into my teaching." - Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education.About the Author:
Janet Moyles is an early years writer and educational consultant based in Leicester, UK. She was formerly Professor of Early Childhood Education and Research at Anglia Ruskin University and is author of several books and articles about early years education including the best-selling The Excellence of Play, Effective Leadership and Management in the Early Years and Beginning Teaching: Beginning Learning 2/e (Open University Press).
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