Principles and Practices of Teaching and Training
A guide for teachers and trainers in the FE and skills sector
Further Education and Skills
Continuing Education | Preservice Training
The book takes you through all the information you need to know, opening up the topic for learning in an easily accessible way. Interactive activities are included throughout, along with real examples of teaching and training in practice. The book also includes examples of completed teaching documents.
This is a comprehensive text, covering:
- The role of a teacher/trainer
- Factors contributing to learning
- Planning and facilitating learning for groups and individuals
- Using technology and resources to support learning
- Assessing learning
- Quality assurance
- Evaluation, reflection, and continuing professional development (CPD)
- Preparing for a micro-teach session and teaching/observed practice
Very helpful information, clearly written and addresses issues currently faced in the classroom
Excellent book for anyone training or teaching healthcare professionals.
This is a wide-ranging book that covers lots of different aspects of teaching and learning for the FE sector, including the role of the tutor, how to plan for teaching and learning, how to support learning and much more. It will suit FE tutors newly appointed to their role, as it provides a 'ground up' approach.
This text gives a comprehensive insight into the principles and practices of teaching in an accessible format. The tone throughout is interesting and engaging and the opportunities for applying theory to practice are clear. Highly recommended.
This is a well organised and concisely written book, covering a whole range of topics and ideas that trainees would need to consider while on the DET/PGCE course. I would thoroughly recommend the book for anyone starting out on this ITE course as a go to source for information which can be the starting point to further reading and research.
Clearly written and relevant and comprehensive in content.
This book expands on many of Ann Gravell's other works and provides a comprehensive volume of use to anyone working as a teacher or trainer in the education and skills sector. Although primarily aimed at new teachers and trainers the book is a useful tool for anyone working in the sector. The book is very accessible and contains a range of examples and activities, a comprehensive index and useful appendices. An excellent textbook.