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Learning to Teach in the Primary School

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Peter Hudson, Karen Swabey, Rebecca Spooner Lane, Tony Dowden, Jane Jarvis, Lori Lockyer, Michelle Eady, Jenni Carter, Christine Davis, Shelley Dole, Libby Tudball, Jacqui Peters, John Quay, Amy Hamilton, Peta Goldburg, Kaye Price, Sue Hudson, Kerryn McCluskey, Mary Ryan, Michael Ryan
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  • Date Published: May 2013
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107672826

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  • Education is in a constant state of change and development. Learning to Teach in the Primary School provides a pathway into Australian education for preservice primary teachers. This practical and engaging text includes strong links to the Australian Curriculum, and frames teaching around understanding primary students, how they learn, and their contexts. The book includes numerous valuable teaching resources such as: • applied learning boxes, discussion questions, and research topics • specific information related to the teaching of literacy, mathematics and science • practical guidance across a range of key learning areas, exploring the breadth and depth of teaching and learning opportunities for primary students. Drawing on the wide-ranging expertise of each contributor, this text provides techniques to engage primary students in high-quality education. The concluding chapters of the book focus on professional growth, making this a valuable resource throughout preservice teachers' tertiary coursework and into their professional careers.

    • Contains specific and practical coverage of the key learning areas by experts in their respective fields
    • Includes strong links to the new Australian Curriculum
    • Accompanied by an extensive companion website with further resources
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    • Date Published: May 2013
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107672826
    • length: 334 pages
    • dimensions: 250 x 175 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.65kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface Peter Hudson
    1. Child development: approaches to learning Karen Swabey
    2. Planning to manage my teaching in a democratic classroom Rebecca Spooner Lane
    3. Understanding the curriculum Tony Dowden
    4. Differentiating learning experiences for diverse students Jane Jarvis
    5. Tools for learning: technology and teaching strategies Lori Lockyer and Michelle Eady
    6. Multimodality and complex texts in university settings Jenni Carter and Christine Davis
    7. Mathematics and numeracy Shelley Dole
    8. Learning to teach primary science Peter Hudson
    9. Citizenship and social education in primary schools Libby Tudball
    10. Health and physical education: students, teachers and the curriculum Jacqui Peters and John Quay
    11. Preparing to teach the arts in primary school Amy Hamilton
    12. Religious diversity and religious literacy Peta Goldburg
    13. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education Kaye Price
    14. Curricula integration Peter Hudson
    15. Professional experience Sue Hudson and Kerryn McCluskey
    16. Learning and teaching reflection: developing capacities for lifelong learning Mary Ryan and Michael Ryan.

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    Peter Hudson, Queensland University of Technology
    Dr Peter Hudson's teaching career of 31 years includes 10 years as a school principal and lecturing at two universities. His teaching has included primary science, astronomy and earth science, primary mathematics education, TESOL education and practicum. He has over 70 refereed conference papers and journal articles. In addition, scholars from around the world have requested the use of his statistically validated survey instruments for measuring and benchmarking educational standards in mentoring and science education. Dr Hudson has designed various new units for Queensland University of Technology and Southern Cross University. He was also instrumental in devising and implementing new international courses for Queensland University of Technology and Southern Cross University. His service includes: four Australian Schools Innovation in Science, Technology and Mathematics (ASISTM) projects, work with the Australian Government Quality Teaching Program (AGQTP), professional development for numerous schools, and consultancies with government bodies.

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    Peter Hudson, Karen Swabey, Rebecca Spooner Lane, Tony Dowden, Jane Jarvis, Lori Lockyer, Michelle Eady, Jenni Carter, Christine Davis, Shelley Dole, Libby Tudball, Jacqui Peters, John Quay, Amy Hamilton, Peta Goldburg, Kaye Price, Sue Hudson, Kerryn McCluskey, Mary Ryan, Michael Ryan

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