Most people new to teaching require a good basic introduction to all the key aspects at an appropriate level. This text provides just that, being specifically targeted at those with little or no previous experience. It is appropriate for a range of courses and a variety of settings including FE colleges, work-based learning and adult and community contexts. It is easy to read, with clear text, friendly presentation and plenty of practical activities and case studies throughout. This third edition has been fully revised and updated with amended terminology and additional information on functional skills and legislation.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Teaching and learning; Key principles of learning; Identifying needs and planning learning; Designing learning; Facilitating learning; Assessing learning; Evaluating learning; List of Abbreviations and Acronyms; Appendices; Index
Ann Gravells is a lecturer in teacher training at Bishop Burton College in East Yorkshire with over 22 years experience of teaching. She is a consultant to City & Guilds for various projects, and has co-written the 7302 Certificate and Diploma in Delivering Learning, 7303 Award in Preparing to Teach, 7304 Certificate in Teaching, 7300 Trainer Skills, and the International Vocational Qualifications in Teaching and Training. She externally verifies the City & Guilds teacher training qualifications. Ann holds a Masters in Educational Management, a PGCE, a Degree in Education and a City and Guilds Medal of Excellence for teaching.