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Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools – Video sequences for units 1–8 (DVD 1)

Publication date:
Mar 2004
Ref:
0445-2004
Audience:
Head of school department, Senior leadership team (SLT), Subject leader, Teacher
Function:
Continuing professional development (CPD), Good practice, Guidance, Training, Training materials, Developing pedagogy, Pedagogy and practice, Teaching and learning
Format:
Booklet, CD/DVD, Overview

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This publication contains video sequences that accompany units 1–8 of the Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools study guides (Ref: 0423-2004G). These materials will help to support groups of teachers who want to develop aspects of their practice through peer coaching.

The techniques suggested in Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools are tried and tested and they draw on both academic research and the experience of practising teachers. By working through the guides, teachers can build their repertoire step by step, starting with strategies that are easy to implement and moving on to those that will help pupils develop their skills further. 

Pedagogy and Practice: Teaching and learning in secondary schools – Video sequences for units 9–20 (DVD 2) is also available to order (Ref: 0446-2004).

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