3 edition of Concepts in primary education found in the catalog.
Concepts in primary education
John Edward Sadler
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||John E. Sadler.|
|Series||Unwin education books ; 19|
|LC Classifications||LB1507 .S17 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3-166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|ISBN 10||0043700543, 0043700551|
|LC Control Number||75320058|
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About the Author. Denis Hayes is a lecturer in teacher education at the University of Plymouth, and has seventeen years experience of teaching primary school age children. His recent publications Concepts in primary education book A Student Teacher's Guide to Primary School Placement (Routledge Falmer, ).Cited by: 3.
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Primary Education: The Key Concepts book. Primary Education: The Key Concepts. DOI link for Primary Education: The Key Concepts. Primary Education: The Key Concepts book. this text is a clear and accessible guide to the key issues relating to primary education.
Alphabetically arranged and fully cross-referenced to ensure ease of use Cited by: 3. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sadler, John Edward.
Concepts in primary education. New York: Schocken Books,© (OCoLC) Book Description. Presenting a balance of theoretical insight and practical advice, this text is a clear and accessible guide to the key issues relating to primary education. Alphabetically arranged and fully cross-referenced to ensure ease of use, entries include both curriculum specific terms, as well as those that are more generic, such as.
Written by an experienced teacher and lecturer, "Primary Education: The Key Concepts" is a concise yet comprehensive text that takes into account the everyday realities of teaching.
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Concepts of Education as defined by Western philosophers. Socrates: “Education means the bringing out of the ideas of universal validity which are latent in the mind of every man”.
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Presenting a balance of theoretical insight and practical advice, this text is a clear and accessible guide to the key issues relating to primary education. Alphabetically arranged and fully cross-referenced to ensure ease of use, entries include both curriculum specific terms, as well as those that are more generic, such as: assessment objectives coping strategies differentiation behaviour.
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environment and the schools. Covering the key principles and concepts in the teaching and learning of mathematics in primary schools, this text provides trainee and practising teachers with a quick and easy reference to what they need to know for their course, and in the classroom.
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Dr Derek Haylock is an education consultant and author, working particularly in the field of mathematics education. He is a Senior Fellow in Education at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, where he taught for over 20 years, undertook research in mathematics education and headed up the primary.
Book Description. Unique in its field, the Encyclopedia of Primary Education brings together a wide-ranging body of information relating to current educational practice in a single indispensable volume.
This book provides a series of descriptions, definitions and explanations that engage with important practical and conceptual ideas in primary education and contains over entries incorporating. Primary and Secondary education is a formative time for young students. Lessons learned before the rigors of higher education help to inform learners’ future successes, and the increasing prevalence of learning tools and technologies can both help and hinder students in their endeavors.
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It accomplishes this by implementing the 6E model Cited by: 4.What Is Primary Education? Primary education, also called elementary education, is for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.
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