Love To Teach: Research and Resources for every classroom is an exciting book that combines the latest educational research with examples of what this can look like in the classroom. Filled with research-informed ideas to support all teachers and leaders in both Primary and Secondary this book would be great for NQTs to more experienced teachers and leaders alike.
The educational research is presented in a format which is accessible, helpful and informative and will help inform educators about cutting-edge research in practical and applicable ways. The practical resources are easily adaptable and ready to be implemented in any classroom and are grounded in Kate's own classroom practice.
With a foreword by Robin MacPherson
About the author
Kate Jones is a Teacher of Humanities, History specialist and teacher of Politics. She is currently History Co-Ordinator at Brighton College, Al Ain and Governor on the Advisory Board of Manor Hall International School. Formerly Head of Department at Elfed High School, North Wales. She has achieved SSAT Lead Practitioner. Former GCSE examiner. Writer, blogger and award winning international educational speaker and presenter.
Kate Jones has created something unique in Love to Teach; she has drawn together a comprehensive overview of current educational research and presented it in accessible yet unpatronising way. What I admire about Kate’s work is that she not only guides the reader through the current educational landscape - pointing out interesting aspects and features - she also goes the extra mile in terms of helping the reader to apply this new knowledge through suggested resources and techniques. Having been lucky enough to watch Kate teach I know that she ‘walks the walk’ which makes this book all the more credible. -- Michael Strachan, Deputy Headteacher Repton Dubai
Packed full of tried-and-tested ideas and activities, this practical compendium of hundreds of teaching techniques is seriously rooted in an impressive synthesis of educational theory and research. I defy any teacher not to find this book both instantly engaging and immensely useful. --Andy Buck, CEO Leadership Matters
This book comes at a time when education has more pressures than ever and is a timely reminder about why many of us joined the profession in the first place. Love to Teach is jam-packed full of reference, research and resources that will impact upon teachers new to the profession or those who have more years under their belt. What is superb to see is the inclusion not only in examples throughout the book but also with a section that looks specifically at technology in education. Too many educators see 'edtech' as something separate to their practice. It isn't and Jones has rightly included selected teaching and learning ideas both with and without technology, just as it should be in any classroom. --Mark Anderson, @ICTEvangelist, Award-winning educator, blogger, keynote speaker, consultant and author of Perfect ICT Every Lesson
Kate Jones draws on research from cognitive science and makes it actionable. Her strategies are evidence-based, insightful, and practical. Love to Teach is a valuable resource for all educators who are passionate about best practices in teaching based on the science of learning. --Dr Pooja Agarwal, @Poojaagarwal, Cognitive Scientist and author of Powerful Teaching:Unleash the Science of Learning with Patrice M Bain, Creator of Retrievalpractice.org
Written with the same passion, reflection and drive that runs through everything Kate does, Love To Teach is a real gem. Kate explores a huge range of practical pick-up-and-use strategies rooted deeply in educational research. The book is an equal balance between thought-provoking and extremely useful. Love to Teach is a great resource for all teachers who are committed to improving their practice and increasing their impact upon the futures of the young people they teach. A must read. -- Sarah Findlater Secondary Principal at Gems First Point School Dubai. Author and Series Editor of the Bloomsbury CPD Library @msfindlater
|No of pages||280|
|Publication Date||30 Nov 2018|