Advising and supporting teachers
By: Randall, Mick.
Contributor(s): Thornton, Barbara.Material type: TextSeries: Cambridge teacher training and development. Publisher: New York : Cambridge University, 2001Description: x, 286 p. : 25 cm.ISBN: 9780521638968.Subject(s): English study & teaching theories -- English teachers - advising & supporting -- English language teachingDDC classification: 428.2401
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Contents when and why advisors advise --
Learning to teach --
The role of dialogue in learning to teach --
Supervision and the three-stage model of helping --
Providing a framework: six category intervention analysis --
Ways of talking to teachers 1: creating the right atmosphere --
Ways of talking to teachers 2: dealing with feelings --
Ways of talking to teachers 3: directing and leading --
Ways of talking to teachers 4: towards critical self-awareness --
Putting it all together: personal and cultural factors.
Advising and Supporting Teachers examines the role of the teacher advisor and how the key skills required for producing effective feedback can be developed.