Amba Press

Keeping Up with Teaching

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Step into the enriching world of teaching with Keeping Up with Teaching, a vital resource designed for preservice and initial graduate teachers seeking strength-based strategies aligned with wellbeing.

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SKU: 9781923215122 - 27 Categories: , Ages: Adult Author: Celia Di Iorio and Margherita Ghezzi Publisher: Amba Press Page count: 160 ISBN: 9781923215122 Publish date: 31/7/2024

Product overview

Step into the enriching world of teaching with Keeping Up with Teaching. This is a vital resource designed for preservice and initial graduate teachers seeking strength-based strategies aligned with wellbeing.

Delve into each chapter, beginning with poignant lived experiences shared by educators, as they navigate challenges and uncover valuable insights. From these narratives, the educator and author illuminate pathways for survival and progress. Readers are empowered to prioritise their wellbeing and create positive environments for both educators and students alike.

With a focus on holistic growth and resilience, Keeping Up with Teaching inspires new teachers to thrive in their profession while fostering wellbeing at every step of the journey.

About the Authors

Celia Di Iorio is a qualified Primary School Teacher with a Master of Education in Student Wellbeing. She has over 25 years of teaching experience both face to face and online. More recently Celia has been involved in leading, managing and shaping the overall strategy, development, design and delivery of the Professional Experience aspect of several online ITE courses in the Higher Education sector. Drawing on her communication, interpersonal, organisational and leaderships skills, Celia cultivates supportive learning environments guided by frameworks, standards and goals.

Margherita Ghezzi has 30 years’ combined experience in the primary, secondary and university sectors. A qualified schoolteacher, published author, and academic educator, Marghi also worked as an educational publisher and an ACARA curriculum writer. She currently leads the hybrid delivery of a Master of Teaching (Primary), which includes in-school placements. Marghi still teaches in a range of ITE degrees, both online and on-campus, which allows her to actively mentor pre-service teachers through their academic and placement journeys. Marghi defines herself a ‘passionate lifelong learner’ and she is currently a PhD candidate at Griffith University.