A Guide to Teaching Practice is the most comprehensive text available for students on initial teacher
training courses across all phases in the UK. The book’s focus on the quality of teaching and learning
and consideration of the latest regulations and guidelines ensures that it fits comfortably within
current statutory frameworks.
Revised and updated, this authoritative yet accessible textbook covers all the important basic
skills and issues that students need to consider during their practice, such as planning, classroom
organisation, behaviour management and assessment, as well as chapters on:
? the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
? legal issues
? learning and teaching and using ICT in the classroom
? teaching and learning numeracy
? teaching and learning literacy
? children’s rights, and
? gifted and talented children.
Employees who possess problem-solving skills are highly valued intoday?s competitive business environment. The question is how canemployees learn to deal in innovative ways with new data, methods,people, and technologies? In this groundbreaking book, ArthurVanGundy -- a pioneer in the field of idea generation and problemsolving -- has compiled 101 group activities that combine to make aunique resource for trainers, facilitators, and human resourceprofessionals. The book is filled with idea-generation activitiesthat simultaneously teach the underlying problem-solving andcreativity techniques involved. Each of the book?s 101 engaging andthought-provoking activities includes facilitator notes and adviceon when and how to use the activity. Using 101 Activities forTeaching Creativity and Problem Solving will give you theinformation and tools you need to:
Generate creative ideas to solve problems.
Avoid patterned and negative thinking.
Engage in activities that are guaranteed to spark ideas.
Use proven techniques for brainstorming with groups.
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