Teaching Skills For Dummies

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Teaching Skills For Dummies

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  • Teaching Skills For Dummies
  • About the Author
  • Dedication
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contents at a Glance
  • Table of Contents
  • Introduction
    • About This Book
    • Conventions Used in This Book
    • What You’re Not to Read
    • Foolish Assumptions
    • How This Book Is Organised
      • Part I: Developing Your Teaching Style
      • Part II: Teaching a Class
      • Part III: Managing a Class
      • Part IV: Dealing with Different Kinds of People
      • Part V: Succeeding Beyond the Classroom
      • Part VI: The Part of Tens
    • Icons Used in This Book
    • Where to Go from Here
  • Part I Developing Your Teaching Style
    • Chapter 1 Building Your Teaching Skills
      • Developing Your Teaching Style
        • Understanding your teaching style
        • Becoming a confident teacher
        • Improving how you communicate
      • Managing and Teaching Your Class
        • Creating fantastic lessons
        • Being a brilliant teacher
        • Taking control of your classroom
        • Using structures to develop effective learning
        • Handling behaviour in a positive way
        • Creating a positive classroom climate
      • Getting to Know the Main Characters
        • Building relationships with your students
        • Playing your part in the staff team
        • Handling parents
      • Building Your Skills Beyond the Classroom
        • Dealing with paperwork
        • Balancing your marking
        • Working with your students beyond the classroom
        • Reflecting on and developing your skills
    • Chapter 2 Understanding Teaching Styles – and Developing One That Works for You
      • Putting on Your Teaching Character with Confidence
        • Picking the right character
        • Appearing confident – even when you’re not
      • Exploring Different Teaching Styles
        • ‘Old-school’ style – strict and scary
        • ‘Modern’ style – firm, fair and fun
      • Examining Your Own Teaching Style
        • What works for me?
        • What works in my setting?
        • What works with my students?
        • Reflecting on your challenges
      • Developing Your Teaching Style
        • Playing around with verbal and non-verbal communication
        • Varying your lessons
    • Chapter 3 Making the Most of Your Communication Skills
      • Examining What You Say and Do
        • Communication’s all about perception
        • Understanding the subconscious messages you send
      • Making Magic with Your Mouth
        • Benefiting from volume
        • Getting to the truth about tone
        • Playing with pace
        • Picking the right words
        • Keeping to the point
      • Letting Your Body Do the Talking
        • The eyes have it
        • Facing the facts
        • Helping hands
        • Perfecting posture and body position
      • Taking Control of the Space
  • Part II Teaching a Class
    • Chapter 4 Preparing and Teaching High-Quality Lessons
      • Remembering Your Own Teachers
      • Planning for Success
        • The components of an effective plan
        • The three Rs of lesson planning: Reduce, reuse, recycle
        • No plan, no problem?
      • Structuring a Quality Lesson
        • Sharing the lesson’s structure with your students
        • Formats for success
        • When to let your lessons develop organically
      • Delivering a Brilliant Lesson
        • Getting their attention
        • Passion and inspiration
        • Getting the content right
        • Personalising the learning to the learners
        • Making lessons topical
        • Dealing with differentiation
        • Keeping lessons interactive
        • Don’t forget the fun!
    • Chapter 5 Getting (and Keeping) a Class Engaged
      • The Keys to Engaging Your Students
        • Creating connections
        • Creating engaging lessons for modern students
        • Creating a sense of curiosity
      • Looking at Learning Styles
        • Teaching for different learning styles in the classroom
        • Getting hands-on for learning
        • Developing activities for different learning styles
      • Creating Multisensory Lessons
        • Why the senses are key
        • Using the five senses
        • Playing with the senses
    • Chapter 6 Getting the Most Out of Your Students
      • Keeping a Class On Task
        • Introducing the activity
        • Using targets and time limits
        • Incorporating rewards
        • Creating a sense of pace
      • Fostering Focused Learning
        • Developing focus and concentration
        • Developing good listening skills
        • Managing noise levels
      • Using a Variety of Tasks
        • Hallmarks of a nicely varied lesson
        • Achieving variety across different subjects
      • Making the Most of Resources
        • Different kinds of resource
        • Getting hands-on with resources
        • Unusual ideas for resources
      • Creating Fantastic Displays
        • Exploring how displays contribute to learning
        • Understanding what makes a good display
        • Finding interesting places for displays
      • Getting Assessment Right
        • Different kinds of assessment
        • The balancing act of marking
  • Part III Managing a Class
    • Chapter 7 Structuring Your Teaching and Your Teaching Space
      • Establishing Your Routines
        • Understanding why routines are so vital
        • Creating routines that work for you
        • Creating routines to suit different age groups
        • Maintaining your routines
      • Managing Your Lesson Time
        • Predicting how long activities should take
        • Pacing a lesson to fill the time allotted
      • Working with Groups
        • Understanding why group work matters
        • Organising your groups
        • Getting the most out of every group member
      • Setting Up Your Space
        • Understanding the importance of layout
        • Developing layouts for learning
        • Managing the learners in the space
        • Using a seating plan
        • The teacher in the space
    • Chapter 8 Building Better Behaviour
      • Establishing Your Expectations
        • Defining what’s inside the box
        • Picking the right time
        • Sharing your expectations with your class
        • Helping students mind the rules of the road
      • Making a Class Come to You
        • Getting silent attention
        • Maintaining focus
      • Maximising Your Strengths
        • The power of personality
        • Creating a powerful relationship
        • Establishing empathy
      • Overcoming Your Obstacles
        • Dealing with nerves
        • Staying calm
        • Being consistent
        • Maintaining a distance
        • Staying on track
        • Avoiding aggression
      • Finding Strategies that Work for You
        • Matching the strategies to the situation
        • Matching the strategies to your style
        • Practical strategies for managing behaviour
    • Chapter 9 Creating a Positive Classroom Atmosphere
      • Understanding Why Positivity Is Important
      • Establishing a Positive Atmosphere
        • Put on a happy face
        • Make your students feel worthwhile
        • Use rewards and sanctions appropriately
        • We’re in this together
        • Manage your own moods
        • Maintaining your positive atmosphere
      • Getting Rewards Right
        • Finding the right motivation
        • Choosing and applying rewards
        • Suiting rewards to the individual student
      • Setting the Scene for Sanctions
        • Understanding how punishment works
        • Applying sanctions
        • Sanctions in your setting
    • Chapter 10 Handling Challenging Situations
      • Dealing with Confrontation
        • Understanding why confrontations happen
        • Avoiding confrontation
        • Dealing with confrontation
        • Handling the aftermath
      • Managing Challenging Individuals
        • Handling the refuser
        • Dealing with the aggressor
        • Coping with the verbally abusive student
      • Winning Back the ‘Lost’ Class
        • Spotting the warning signs
        • Getting a class back under control
        • Coping with a lost class
      • Managing Your Stress Levels
        • Recognising signs of being over-stressed
        • Strategies for dealing with stress
  • Part IV Dealing with Different Kinds of People
    • Chapter 11 Getting to Know Your Students
      • Discovering How to Build Relationships
        • Why good relationships are vital
        • Building bonds with your students
        • Using questions to ‘click’ with your class
        • Buddy or boss – getting the balance right
        • Treating them as people as well as students
        • Names, names, names – knowing and using them
      • Dealing with Different Types of Student
        • Differentiating your approaches
        • Handling students with special needs
        • Managing the brightest learners
        • Boosting self-esteem and confidence
        • Dealing with those who opt out
      • Developing Your Pastoral Role
        • Understanding what your pastoral role is about
        • Developing your pastoral role
    • Chapter 12 Working as Part of a Team
      • Building a Positive School Ethos
      • Fostering a Team Environment
        • Supporting other team members
        • Taking a consistent approach
        • Understanding different perspectives
        • Valuing everyone’s contribution
        • Trying not to pass on your problems
        • Sharing your ideas and resources
        • Rewarding and motivating others
      • Understanding Who’s Who in Your Team
        • Teaching staff
        • Teaching support staff
        • Non-teaching support staff
        • Finding other sources of support
      • Working with Teaching Support Staff
        • Getting to know your support staff
        • Making the most of your support staff
        • Exploring useful roles for support staff
      • Getting to Know the Right People
        • Good acquaintances to make
        • Staff you’re best to avoid
    • Chapter 13 Building Bonds with Parents
      • Understanding Parents
        • What parents really want from teachers
        • Looking for the perfect parent
        • Working with the difficult or indifferent parent
      • Getting to Know Parents
        • Building lines of communication
        • Getting parents involved
        • Using parent volunteers
      • Reporting to Parents
        • Handling the parents’ meeting
        • Writing effective reports
  • Part V Succeeding Beyond the Classroom
    • Chapter 14 Climbing the Paper Mountain
      • Dealing with Paperwork
        • Determining what’s essential and what’s not
        • Bin it, deal with it, pass it on: The three rules for managing paperwork
      • Your ‘To Do’ List: A Lifesaver during Busy Times
      • Marking Papers and Writing Reports: Achieving the Impossible
        • Handling your marking load
        • Dealing with report writing
      • Learning the Art of Filing
        • Creating an effective filing system
        • Maintaining your filing system
    • Chapter 15 Getting Involved in Extra-Curricular Activities
      • Inspiring Beyond the Classroom
        • Just how involved can you be?
        • Why extra-curricular activities matter
        • Different types of extra-curricular activities
        • The ups and downs of getting involved
      • Taking Time Out for a Trip
        • Deciding to take a trip
        • The technicalities of trips
        • Handling behaviour on school trips
        • Getting the most out of a trip
    • Chapter 16 Evaluating and Furthering Your Teaching Skills
      • Taking Stock of Your Situation
        • Understanding your strengths and weaknesses
        • Considering where you go next
      • Getting the Most Out of Observations
        • Preparing for an observation
        • During the observation
        • Getting feedback after an observation
        • Dealing with inspection and inspectors
      • Furthering Your Personal Development
        • Taking additional qualifications
        • Doing something just for yourself
  • Part VI The Part of Tens
    • Chapter 17 Ten Great Ways to Engage with a Group
      • Build a Relationship
      • Use Inclusive Language
      • Create Imaginative Scenarios
      • Remember Their Names
      • Give a Little of Yourself
      • Find Out What They Love
      • Use Imaginative Rewards
      • Take Them Outdoors
      • Use the Power of the Peer Group
      • Give ’em a Surprise
    • Chapter 18 Ten Key Strategies for Handling Difficult Behaviour
      • Stay Calm
      • Ignore Attention Seekers
      • Be Reasonable, But Don’t Reason with Them
      • Give Troublemakers a Choice
      • Stick to Your Guns
      • Know When to Be Flexible
      • Turn on a Penny
      • Apply Lateral Thinking
      • React from Your Head, Not from Your Heart
      • Put Yourself in Their Shoes
    • Chapter 19 Ten Tips for Dealing with Stress
      • Keep a Sense of Perspective
      • Don’t Take Things Personally
      • Build a Support Network
      • Create a Home/Work Divide
      • Put Up a Wall
      • Maintain a Sense of Humour
      • Feel Pity, not Anger
      • Learn to Forgive Yourself
      • A Fresh Start Every Time
      • Give Yourself a Pat on the Back
    • Chapter 20 Ten Best Book and Website Resources for Teachers and Trainers
      • Books
        • Cracking the Hard Class
        • The Craft of the Classroom
        • Getting the Buggers to Behave
        • Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Classrooms
        • The Teacher’s Toolkit
      • Useful Web Sites
        • Primary Resources
        • Teachernet
        • Teachers TV
        • The Times Educational Supplement (TES)
        • Woodlands Junior School
  • Index
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