The Trainee Teacher's Guide to Academic Assignments
- Rebecca Austin - Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Education Studies | Essays/Dissertations | Teacher Training
1. The value and purpose of assignments - making the writing process easier and more effective from the start
2. How to read and write academically - with practical, ‘how to’ support
3. How to respond to marking and feedback to improve your grades - developing your academic identity and your knowledge and performance for teaching
Teacher training is challenging. Balancing teaching with academic work is hard work. This book is here to help.
A useful wee handbook for those starting university.
This is a useful book about a really important topic. I liked the chapter contents. It would have been helpful to have a version that deals with Secondary ITE.
An essential reading for PGCE and Cert Ed students. Teacher Educators would also find this book very useful.
A very user friendly book. which was not too heavy for the students and they are able to dip into different sections easily
This is a great book that justifies why student teachers need to write assignments and how they should go about doing so. It really fills a gap for my students. The book is aimed at primary teachers but is still useful for other age groups including PCET.
Such a no nonsense book - you would love students to have it in their arsenal
Excellent resource for student teachers to consider how they can develop academic skills alongside their practical training.