Success in Professional Experience
Building Relationships in Educational Settings
- Michael Dyson, Federation University Australia
- Margaret Plunkett, Federation University Australia
- Kerryn McCluskey
Teaching placements can be a challenging experience for pre-service educators. The second edition of Success in Professional Experience facilitates the development of the fundamental knowledge, skills and competencies required to prepare for and strengthen confidence during placements, with a focus on students building relationships within their educational communities. This edition has been fully revised and features two new chapters on assessment and planning for success in learning along with sample planning documents and lesson plan templates. In-chapter activities, reflections, case studies and links to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) reinforce student understanding. Additional online resources are available on a comprehensive companion website. Success in Professional Experience is an essential resource to support pre-service primary and secondary school teachers throughout the practical course components of their degree.Read more
- Features links to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST)
- Includes sample planning documents and lesson plan templates
- Contains activities, reflections and case studies to help students feel confident before going on placement
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- Edition: 2nd Edition
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9781108602822
- contains: 2 b/w illus. 13 tables
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Table of Contents
2. Ethical considerations
5. Planning for successful learning
6. Assessing for successful learning
7. Classroom management
8. Mentoring and reflective practice
9. Portfolios and reflective practice
10. Building relationships for working with Indigenous students
11. Building relationships for working with high able and gifted students
12. Pre-service teachers from a non-English speaking background
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