The Study of Primary Education: A Source Book - Vol. 4

By Marion Dadds; Brenda Lofthouse | Go to book overview

Contents
General Introductionxi
Compilers’ Notesxiii
Acknowledgmentsxiv
Introduction: Classroom and Teaching Studies 1
1 Teachers and Teaching5
Towards a Revitalized Pedagogy (From Simon, B., 1981, ‘Why no pedagogy in England?’, in Simon, B. and Taylor, W. (Eds) Education in the Eighties: The Central Issues, Batsford) 7
Teaching Styles (From Bennett, N. et al., 1976, Teaching Styles and Pupil Progress, Open Books) 11
Exploratory and Didactic Teaching (From DES, 1978, Primary Education in England: A Survey by HM Inspectors of Schools, HMSO) 14
Teaching Styles: An Alternative Typology (From Galton, M., 1982, ‘Strategies and tactics in junior school classrooms’, in Richards, C. (Ed.) New Directions in Primary Education, Falmer Press) 16
Dilemmas of Schooling and Formal/Informal Teaching (From Berlak, A. and H., 1981, Dilemmas of Schooling: Teaching and Social Change, Methuen) 23

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Introduction xi
  • Compilers’ Notes xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Introduction: 1
  • 1 - Teachers and Teaching 5
  • Notes 22
  • References 46
  • 2 - Children and Learning 57
  • Reference 60
  • References 76
  • References 98
  • References 140
  • 3 - Teachers as Researchers 155
  • Reference 191
  • Reference 205
  • Index 209
  • The Study of Primary Education—a Source Book: 215
  • Volume 1: Perspectives 216
  • Volume 2: the Curriculum 225
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