Achieving Competence, Success, and Excellence in Teaching

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Index

a
acculturation 32, 39-42, 55
Adey, P. 89-90, 91, 96, 136
Advanced Skills Teaching 1
affective dimension:
emotional climate 56-8;
emotional dimension of learning transfer 139-40, 141;
learner-centred approaches 56-8;
partnership approaches 75-7
age-phase differences 95-6
aims/goals:
choosing between 153-4;
curriculum 19-20;
excellence in teaching and 11;
long-term 15, 61;
partnership approaches 67-8;
professional teaching and 14-15
assessment 141;
co-constructive teaching 94-5;
excellent learning and 130-2;
National Curriculum 12, 48-9;
teacher-centred approaches 46, 48-9; see also testing
Australia 119
autonomy:
autonomous learners 62-3;
rational 64-5, 151-2
awareness 133-5, 136

b
balance, problem of 130-2
Ball, S.J. 125
behaviourism 23, 24, 34-5;
model of competence 106;
teaching as performance management 32, 33-4
Benn, C. 121
Bereiter, C. 131-2, 133-4, 136-7
Berlak, A. 43
Berlak, H. 43
Bernstein, B. 116-17
Biggs, J.B. 15, 111
Boyatzis, R. 104, 107
Bridges, D. 105
Broadfoot, P. 130
Brown, S. 121
Bruner, J.S. 40, 73

c
capability 108
Carr, W. 71
CASE (Cognitive Acceleration through Science Education) 136
Cave, E. 108
Cheetham, G. 107
Children Act 1989 58
children’s rights 58-60, 63-4
Chitty, C. 121, 125
Chivers, G. 107
Chown, A. 105
citizenship-education 9, 70, 80-1
class, social 120-2, 147-8
classroom-based teacher education 109-11
classroom management 93-4, 99;
democratic 69-72
Clifford, P. 120
co-construction 7, 79
co-constructive teaching 84-100, 127, 155-7;
achieving excellence 140, 141-4;
age-phase differences 95-6;
assessment and evaluation 94-5;
curricular content 87-9;
curricular management andteaching strategies 89-91;
dealing with endemic problems 97-8;
preserving social order 93-4, 99;
professional skills 91-3, 98-9;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - The Study of Teaching 1
  • 2 - What is Good Teaching? 14
  • 3 - Models of Good Practice 1 30
  • 4 - Models of Good Practice 2 50
  • 5 - Models of Good Practice 3 66
  • 6 - Co-Constructive Teaching 84
  • 7 - Achieving Competence 101
  • 8 - Achieving Success 115
  • 9 - Achieving Excellence 129
  • 10 - The Myths, Mysteries and Magic of Good Teaching 145
  • References 158
  • Index 177
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