'Teaching Children 3 - 11: A Student's Guide is a great overview guide to the most important elements that you need to know about for teaching in the Primary and Early Years phase. It's an easy to read starter text with well thought through references to other work so that the reader is guided through the plethora of literature'- Sara Bubb
Did not fit the specific needs of my course.
A useful resource for Access to Teaching students while on their Primary placements
A very useful guide for students on placement. I recommend this book to levels 4, 5 and 6 on our BA (hons) Childhood studies course as it promotes reflective practice. There are short, activities/summaries/issues for reflection that help the students to focus upon the important aspect of classroom practice.
Accessible for students-comprehensive
Stronger books available.
recommended to library and students
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This is essential reading on CYCC10 an introductory module on our BA Primary Education a pre-professional programme. A really useful text.
A useful text for any student studying primary teaching or learning support within the primary sector.
EYFS ITE students will find this a useful survey of important issues and approaches.
This is an excellent book which has been useful to each of the modules I have taught this year.
A good overview text.
An essential book for any student starting a teaching course. Chapters cover the main areas for students to be aware of and there are reflection activities which challenges the students thinking further.
This provides an excellent overview of key elements in teaching early years and primary pupils. The chapter construction clearly guides the reader through and the issues for reflection provide valuable thinking prompts. An accessable resource for those starting out on their teaching courses.
This is a useful book for trainee teachers to enhance their understanding
this book is useful for primary education to highlight a variety of methods for educatators to use.
Useful and accessible.
A great text which manages to embed theory with practice; including pragmatic example studies for students
A very useful text which we will add to our new reading lists for the undergraduate students. The approaches to diversity and inclusion was particularly helpful in its definitions and practical advice. A good text addressing both conceptual and practical issues in primary education.