Children's Perceptions of Learning with Trainee Teachers

Children's Perceptions of Learning with Trainee Teachers

Children's Perceptions of Learning with Trainee Teachers

Children's Perceptions of Learning with Trainee Teachers

Synopsis

This book focuses on pupils' perceptions of their learning with trainee teachers to raise trainee awareness of their importance and provide a useful link between theory, research and practice.

Excerpt

Thank heavens for Hilary Cooper and Rob Hyland! They have meticulously edited this book which comes at a most opportune time for all concerned with teacher training and not least the trainee teacher. Over the last ten years school-based pedagogy has increased for students in quantity and indeed some quality as teacher-training establishments come to terms with government strategies and pressures. After more than thirty years of teaching it is very refreshing (if not obvious) for the views of children to be taken into account. How do children perceive the practice of the raw recruit and how does this influence their learning? I should expect this book to be well thumbed and on every trainee’s bookshelf.

Graham Fraser

Headteacher

Quarry View Junior School, Sunderland

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