Teaching and Learning Strategies by Whitton, Diana
Cambridge University Press, 17 September 2015
Paperback, 216 PAGES
Teaching and Learning Strategies is a practical guide for pre-service teachers who know and understand the content of the curriculum and are looking for additional tools to teach it effectively. This book will help students to develop a comprehensive knowledge of teaching and learning strategies, which is essential in ensuring lessons are effective and lead to successful outcomes. The text outlines a variety of teaching strategies that can be used to facilitate classroom learning and engagement. Strategies and methods covered include discovery learning, experiments, demonstrations, the use of questioning, the facilitation of discussion and the effective provision of feedback. Teachers will be able to integrate the strategies in this book with any content area and any age group or activity level. Teaching and Learning Strategies is a useful resource for teachers during the practicum component of their course and throughout their teaching career.
This text is a useful resource for teachers during the practicum component of their course and throughout their teaching career.
About the Author
Diana Whitton is Associate Professor at the University of Western Sydney, Australia.