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The Teachers' Standards in the Classroom

Second Edition


June 2015 | 136 pages | Learning Matters
All teachers and trainee teachers must work towards and within the framework of the Teachers' Standards. 
This book is the essential guide to the application of these standards in the classroom.

The text supports you to interpret the standards effectively and independently, and to apply them to your teaching. The chapters mirror the standards themselves and practical guidance and classroom-based examples help link theory to practice. The text also enables you to enhance your understanding of the standards and improve your teaching and professional practice.

This second edition has been updated to include notes on the new OFSTED framework and the new National Curriculum. Also included are more questions to help trainee teachers think around the standards in relation to placements and assess how and whether they have met the requirements.

 
Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils
 
Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils
 
Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge
 
Interlude: Visiting an early years' setting
 
Plan and teach well structured lessons
 
Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of all pupils
 
Make accurate and productive use of assessment
 
Interlude: Visiting a Year 6 classroom
 
Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment
 
Fulfil wider professional responsibilities
 
Personal and professional conduct
 
Interlude: Visiting a Year 10 classroom
 
Master Teacher
 
Ofsted's evaluation of the quality of teaching
 
The Chief Inspector's Dos and Dont's
 
Extending your practice to meet the Teachers' Standards
 
Successful schools, successful teachers
 
Recommended books on schools and teaching, and three articles by Roy Blatchford

A fantastic book, lots of good tips and tools for a variety of levels. Highly recommended

Mrs Diane Elizabeth Myers
Education, City of Sunderland College
November 3, 2016

The MA programme attracts researchers across many design fields (including education) who seek to influence thinking and practice. This publication focusses predominantly on the acquisition of the professional standards rather than innovative methodologies in the classroom.

Mr John Backwell
Department of Design, Goldsmiths University of London
September 22, 2016

This book very clearly presents each of the teacher's standards in a way that students can develop their understanding and meet the criteria in their working practice. Tips and tasks enable the students to put concepts into practice. This book is particularly useful on our professional studies modules when the students first go into schools.

Anne Bradley
Faculty of Education, University of St. Mark and St. John
September 12, 2016

Supports trainees to understand the purposes behind the TS.

Mrs Jane Scholey
School of Education, Oxford Brookes University
May 12, 2016

Useful as a reference point for students trying to evidence Standards during teaching experience.

Dr Tracy Whatmore
School of Education, University of Birmingham
February 24, 2016

Most teacher training courses start with the subject matter of teaching and then add on the standards where appropriate. This book shows a more innovative way of starting with the teaching standards and unpicking these by definition and reference to the trainee's own experiences in the 'Reflections' sections of the book. The 'professional studies' elements are then pulled into the debate. Students who study this book will have a more comprehensive view of how the teaching standards relate to both their training and their teaching.This would also prove a useful source of reference for newly Qualified Teachers in their first year of teaching.

Roger Tapley
Faculty of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University
September 10, 2015

Very easy to read.
Helpful guide to understand how to apply the standards/ useful classroom based examples.
Good references to the New National Curriculum.
I like the comparisons made with expectations of trainees/professionals in other professions.
Useful questions in each chapter to help trainees reflect on specific areas.

Mrs Christelle Blach-Davies
Faculty of Education (Lancaster), University of Cumbria
July 7, 2015

This is an essential text for those teaching on EYITT programmes, clear and well set out. Suggestion for evidence are excellent

Mrs Michelle Rogers
Centre for Early Childhood, University of Worcester
June 26, 2015

A small concise and useful resources which is a must for those who are thinking about a teaching career. It is straight forward to read and follow with useful sections to prompt reflection.

Dr Julie Fimusanmi
Carnegie Faculty of Sports & Education, Leeds Beckett University
June 23, 2015

Strong clear text taking the 'fear' out of achieving the Teacher's Standards. Guidance is pertinent and effective as the students are supported in seeing the links in their practice.

Mrs Faith Anne Fletcher
Education, The University of Chester
June 21, 2015

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