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The Psychology of Being a Teacher Pack

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Teachers are the most important determinant of the quality of schools and understanding the issues which are important to teachers in different contexts is essential. The resources in this pack discuss the increasing complexity of teaching as a profession and considers the commonality within these narratives as well as debunking several pervasive myths.

The Psychology of Being a Teacher Pack includes:

Five Teaching and Learning Myths—Debunked – addresses some of the most commonly misunderstood educational and cognitive concerns in teaching and learning. This book unpacks the evidence for or against each myth, explains the issues concisely and with credible evidence, and provides busy K-12 teachers with actionable strategies for their classrooms and lesson plans.

Psychology in the Classroom – A Teacher’s Guide to What Works – provides a thorough grounding in the key principles of psychology and explores how they can be applied to teaching and learning. It draws on both classic and cutting-edge research, offering practical advice on commonly overlooked or misunderstood concepts that contribute to positive academic outcomes.

Being a Teacher – Teaching and Learning in a Global Context – focuses on teacher narratives as a vehicle for consideration of teacher professionalism, and as a way of understanding issues which are important to teachers in different contexts. Each chapter includes graphic representations of analysis and encourages its reader to reflect critically on central questions, thereby constructing their own narrative.

The Teacher Gap – draws on the latest research from economics, psychology and education to explain where the gap came from and how we can close it again. Including interviews with current and former teachers, as well as end-of-chapter practical guidance for schools.

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SKU: 181218 - 123 Category: Ages: 13-18 Language: English

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Teachers are the most important determinant of the quality of schools and understanding the issues which are important to teachers in different contexts is essential. The resources in this pack discuss the increasing complexity of teaching as a profession and considers the commonality within these narratives as well as debunking several pervasive myths.

The Psychology of Being a Teacher Pack includes:

Five Teaching and Learning Myths—Debunked – addresses some of the most commonly misunderstood educational and cognitive concerns in teaching and learning. This book unpacks the evidence for or against each myth, explains the issues concisely and with credible evidence, and provides busy K-12 teachers with actionable strategies for their classrooms and lesson plans.

Psychology in the Classroom – A Teacher’s Guide to What Works – provides a thorough grounding in the key principles of psychology and explores how they can be applied to teaching and learning. It draws on both classic and cutting-edge research, offering practical advice on commonly overlooked or misunderstood concepts that contribute to positive academic outcomes.

Being a Teacher – Teaching and Learning in a Global Context – focuses on teacher narratives as a vehicle for consideration of teacher professionalism, and as a way of understanding issues which are important to teachers in different contexts. Each chapter includes graphic representations of analysis and encourages its reader to reflect critically on central questions, thereby constructing their own narrative.

The Teacher Gap – draws on the latest research from economics, psychology and education to explain where the gap came from and how we can close it again. Including interviews with current and former teachers, as well as end-of-chapter practical guidance for schools.