Prepare your students for a twenty-first century classroom.
Learning to Teach, third edition, offers a unique perspective by positioning the reader as a pre-service teacher embarking on their new career. The reader is introduced to three fictional pre-service teachers whose narratives flow throughout the text. These characters share how their personal and professional life experiences have exposed them to new ways of thinking about young people, teaching, and learning.
Using a fictional university teacher education program and primary school, this book explores how educators are working to transform their practices in like-minded communities for radically changing times. It examines current government initiatives and regulations while developing the reader’s ability to analyse scenarios, critically reflect on their own assumptions, and develop best teaching practices.
New to this Edition
- New unique perspective on three pre-service teachers’ journeys into the world of teaching
- New university assignments and field placements undertaken by the three pre-service teachers
Four new chapters:
- Chapter 4: Experience in Schools,
- Chapter 5: Going Rural – A Community of Practice
- Chapter 9: Thinking Critically
- Chapter 14: Ready to Teach and Keep on Learning
- Chapters have been completely revised and include new and challenging questions to reflect current teaching and learning practices
- Critical and reflective dialogues from members of the teaching and learning community frame the content from multiple perspectives and modes.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books, Teacher Resources,|
|Author(s)||Gloria Latham, Karen Malone, Mindy Blaise, Julie Faulkner, Shelley Dole|
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