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February 2010 | 192 pages | Learning Matters
This book is for all those taking the Masters in Teaching and Learning (MTL). The contents reflect the units of this new qualification, building on Initial Teacher Training, deepening and broadening professional understanding and skills while addressing individual teacher needs. Chapters cover core topics such as developing pedagogy, assessment for learning, special educational needs and behaviour. The book provides invaluable support for beginning teachers as they manage their professionally based, postgraduate learning, including guidance on critical thinking, reflective practice and research skills, and is clearly linked to the newly developed framework of Professional Standards for Teachers.
 
About the Masters in Teaching and Learning
 
Part One Phase 1 - Developing
 
Getting started on your MTL
 
Part Two Phase 2 - Broadening and embedding
 
Content area 1: Teaching, learning and assessing
 
Content area 2: Subject knowledge, curriculum and curriculum development
 
Content area 3: Child development, inclusion and behaviour
 
Content area 4: Leadership, management and working with others
 
Part Three Phase 3 - Deepening
 
Phase 3: The final phase
 
End words
 
Appendix 1: Professional standards mapped for progression by content area
 
Appendix 2: QAA guide to master's-level qualifications

highly recommended

Mr Vernon Ambris
Health and Social Care , East Berkshire College
December 10, 2014

A good beginners guide to a masters course in teaching. includes modules likely to be in such courses and basic advice and support.

Mrs Michelle Grainger
Sheffield Centre, LifeSkills
September 29, 2014

A well written book. It covers the basics required when completing an M.A.

Mrs Cheryl Hine
Teacher Training, Leeds City College
April 26, 2013

This is for a future course, that does not have students on it currently, however it is an interesting informative read with lots of clear direction.

Mrs Kelly Giordano
Higher education, Accrington & Rossendale College
January 18, 2013

Probably needs updating in view of government changes, or re-writing.

Still many useful ideas here, for trainee teachers as well as NQTs.

Some interesting case studies.

Dr Sue Howarth
Institute of Education, Worcester University
January 30, 2012

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Mary McAteer

Mary McAteer is Director of the Mathematics Specialist Teacher (MaST) programme at Edge Hill University More About Author

Lisa Murtagh

Lisa Murtagh is BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS Part Time Programme Leader at Edge Hill University. She has been involved in Initial Teacher Training for nine years and her research interest lies with assessment. More About Author

Fiona Hallett

Fiona Hallett is a Senior Lecturer and pathway leader for the MA in Social, Emotional and Behavioural difficulties at Edge Hill University. She has worked in a variety of special and mainstream schools; both as a teacher and as a senior manager. More About Author

Gavin Turnbull

Gavin Turnbull is an Associate Lecturer within the Postgraduate Professional Development team at Edge Hill University. He has a background of working in a range of multi-disciplinary settings and is interested in inter-professional working, risk and professional practice. More About Author

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ISBN: 9781844452149
£24.99