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Learning to Teach in a New Era

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Jeanne Allen, Simone White, Anne Coffey, Kelly Carabott, Amber McLeod, Catherine Lang, Madonna Stinson, Suzanne Henden, Linley Cornish, Michelle Bannister-Tyrell, Jennifer Charteris, Kathy Jenkins, Margeurite Jones, Leonie Rowan, Michelle Ronksley-Pavia, Andrea Reupert, Stuart Woodcock, Wendy Goff, Elaine Sharplin, Christine Howitt, Deborah Wake
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  • Publication planned for: December 2017
  • availability: Not yet published - available from December 2017
  • format: Print/online bundle
  • isbn: 9781316628263

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  • Learning to Teach in a New Era prepares preservice teachers to embrace the opportunities and meet the challenges of teaching in the twenty-first century. Closely aligned with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) and the Australian Curriculum, this book is an invaluable resource for early childhood, primary and secondary preservice teachers that can be carried through their entire degree and into the workplace. The text is divided into three parts: professional knowledge, professional practice and professional engagement. Students will gain an understanding of the teaching profession and the policies and laws that govern it; develop practical skills in pedagogy, technology, curriculum, assessment and reporting, planning and classroom management; and learn vital skills in communication and ethical practice. Each printed text comes with a unique access code to the interactive ebook. Fully integrated with the print book, this enhanced version houses useful assessment tools such as questions and video resources.

    • Links closely to the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers (APST) and the Australian Curriculum to prepare preservice teachers for the frameworks that will shape their teaching careers
    • Provides a comprehensive introduction to key content explored in undergraduate and postgraduate teaching qualifications
    • Access to the complementary interactive ebook is provided inside the front cover of the printed book, unlocking a generous pool of self-assessment tools such as questions and video resources
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    • Publication planned for: December 2017
    • format: Print/online bundle
    • isbn: 9781316628263
    • dimensions: 249 x 176 mm
    • contains: 111 colour illus. 40 tables
    • availability: Not yet published - available from December 2017
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Introduction:
    1. Teaching in the 21st century Jeanne Allen and Simone White
    Part II. Professional Knowledge:
    2. Understanding the education landscape: policy, practice and context Simone White
    3. Effective pedagogy for student learning Anne Coffey
    4. Teaching with digital technologies Kelly Carabott, Amber McLeod and Catherine Lang
    Part III. Professional Practice:
    5. Curriculum, assessment and reporting Madonna Stinson and Suzanne Henden
    6. Planning for teaching Linley Cornish, Michelle Bannister-Tyrell, Jennifer Charteris, Kathy Jenkins and Margeurite Jones
    7. Student diversity, education and social justice Leonie Rowan
    8. Understanding classroom management Jeanne Allen and Michelle Ronksley-Pavia
    9. Creating engaging and motivating learning environments Andrea Reupert and Stuart Woodcock
    Part IV: Professional Engagement:
    10. Communication skills with students, staff and parents/caregivers Wendy Goff
    11. Becoming a teaching professional: ethical and legal issues Elaine Sharplin, Christine Howitt, Deborah Wake.

  • Editors

    Jeanne Allen, Griffith University, Queensland
    Jeanne Allen is Associate Professor of Teacher Education at Griffith University. She has worked in tertiary education since 2005 after an extensive career in secondary teaching and school leadership. Jeanne was an Associate Editor for Higher Education Research and Development from 2010 to 2015 and is currently a co-editor of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. She is a member of the Griffith Institute for Educational Research and is co-leader of the Teacher Education Program.

    Simone White, Queensland University of Technology
    Simone White is Professor and newly appointed as the Assistant Dean (International and Engagement) in the Faculty of Education at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). Simone has previously held the Chair of Teacher Education at Monash University and led the Academic Community leader for the Teacher Education, Arts, Language and Professional Learning group. She is the immediate Past President of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA).Simone is currently Lead Chief Investigator of an OLT-funded project titled 'Engaging and partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents and community to improve student outcomes'. Simone sits on the Editorial Board of the Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education.

    Contributors

    Jeanne Allen, Simone White, Anne Coffey, Kelly Carabott, Amber McLeod, Catherine Lang, Madonna Stinson, Suzanne Henden, Linley Cornish, Michelle Bannister-Tyrell, Jennifer Charteris, Kathy Jenkins, Margeurite Jones, Leonie Rowan, Michelle Ronksley-Pavia, Andrea Reupert, Stuart Woodcock, Wendy Goff, Elaine Sharplin, Christine Howitt, Deborah Wake

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