Complexities of Teaching: Child-centred Perspectives
Illustrates how, contrary to popular belief, child centred teaching can be positive, supportive and guiding. The author shows how child-centred teachers can successfully combine the best elements from traditional and modern practices.
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Developing Teachers: The Challenges of Lifelong Learning
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Testing Teachers: The Effect of School Inspections on Primary Teachers
Bob Jeffrey,Peter Woods
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