The teacher's toolkit: raise classroom achievement with strategies for every learner
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Paul Ginnis

In its twelfth reprint the Teacher's Toolkit provides an overview of innovations in teaching and presents over 50 learning techniques for all subjects and age groups.

The toolkit is divided into five sections: design tools; tools for teaching and learning; tools for managing group work, behaviour and personal responsibility; operating tools; and audit tools. Within each section there is a broad selection of tools that cater for new teachers, and more experienced professionals. 

Each suggested activity has a how to do it section, a why to do it section, and how it might be applied to different subjects and possible variations. This allows first time readers to quickly contextualise the activity, how and why it would be used and how it might be adapted to suit the needs of their particular class.

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Paul Ginnis

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Crown House Publishing

Date of publication:
April 2002

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Providing a range of effective classroom interventions that have stood the test of time, explained by an experienced teacher and trainer: this book will be useful for new teachers as well as more experienced colleagues.  


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