Code: XPXP-3500 Author: Julia Gray ISBN/EAN: 9781925145311
helps support contextual experience with practical advice and guidance
can be used as a reference tool to support students' context and practice
draws on the expertise of practising teachers who share examples of their early experiences
provides case studies accompanied by relevant research that support practical actions educators can apply to their teaching.
A graduate's first years in the workforce is a turbulent time of change and anxiety as they work to understand their role. Often, aspects of their study cannot be fully understood until graduates have the context of their own classroom in which to apply their knowledge and skills.
Help - I've just started teaching! supports contextual experience with practical advice of what to do, and how, during those first few years in an early childhood role. Graduates can refer to this book as a reference tool to support their context and practice over their first few years.
Importantly, this 'survival' guide draws on the expertise of practising teachers who share real examples of their experiences in their first year on the job; the stumbles and mistakes, successes and triumphs. The case study approach is accompanied by relevant research that supports practical actions educators can apply to their teaching.