In The Sweet Spot, Michael Chiles explores the art of teacher explanation and modelling in teaching students what they need to know.
Delving into the research, Michael sets out the reasons why the art of telling and showing students underpin effective teaching and learning. Armed with research-based evidence, Michael looks at a range of efficient and effective strategies teachers can use in their own classrooms to expertly explain and model their subject.
In the final part of the book, Michael is joined by teachers across the broad range of subjects in the primary and secondary phases to share how they teach one difficult concept within their own subject.
About the Author
Michael Chiles is an experienced teacher who has been teaching geography for over 10 years and is currently a Head of Department. He is also an experienced Principal Examiner. Michael writes blogs at GeogHod and tweets at @m_chiles.
He enjoys walking and exploring the British countryside with his Border Collie. His book, The CRAFT of Assessment, was published by John Catt in 2020, followed by The Feedback Pendulum in 2021.
|No of pages||116|
|Publication Date||27 Sep 2021|