Primary Teaching Assistants PDF ePub eBook

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Primary Teaching Assistants free pdf Teaching Assistants are uniquely placed to support children's involvement with learning. The role of those who work alongside teachers in the classroom has changed dramatically in recent years and teaching assistants are increasingly involved in planning, teaching and assessing all aspects of the curriculum. This second edition has been thoroughly updated and includes new chapters on learning in gardens, children's play in virtual environments, specialist approaches for children with communication difficulties, the nature of learning at home, the place of poetry, child abuse, learning in a breakfast club, children's spelling, and the importance of playtime. Exploring the issues that are central to fostering children's learning, the book examines: * strategies for supporting learning and assessment in English, maths and science * inclusive and imaginative practices in all areas of learning * home and community contexts for learning * working practices which support professional development. Written for teaching assistants and also teachers, the book aims to enrich the contribution that teaching assistants, as team members, can make to children's learning.

About Carrie Cable

Carrie Cable is an Education Consultant and Researcher. Ian Eyres is Senior Lecturer in Education at The Open University. Roger Hancock is an Education Consultant and Researcher. Mary Stacey is a Writer and an Education Consultant.

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Author : Carrie Cable
Publisher : Routledge
Data Published : 21 November 2012
ISBN : 0415504325
EAN : 9780415504324
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 304 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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