Beginning Teaching in the Secondary School

Beginning Teaching in the Secondary School

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After teaching in primary and secondary schools, Joan Dean spent five years training teachers in a college of education. From there she went on to headships in two schools which led to an appointment as senior primary adviser in Berkshire. In 1972 she became chief inspector for Surrey where, among other things, she pioneered the training of head teachers of secondary schools. She was awarded an OBE in 1980 and a doctorate in 1993. She has published 29 books on primary and secondary education and is currently a governor of a secondary school.The task is to try to persuade the student concerned that information should be passed on to someone relevant, who may be able to do something to help the situation. If you are ... The behaviour policy and the policy on bullying, for example, need to be dealt with at the tutor group level. ... Taking notes, essay planning and writing and revising for examinations are topics that the tutor can profitably pursue.

Title:Beginning Teaching in the Secondary School
Author: Joan Dean
Publisher: - 1996

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