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Improving Classroom Performance Spoon Feed No More, Practical Applications for Effective Teaching and Learning by Stephen Chapman, Steve Garnett, Jervis Alan
  

Improving Classroom Performance Spoon Feed No More, Practical Applications for Effective Teaching and Learning

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Improving Classroom Performance Spoon Feed No More, Practical Applications for Effective Teaching and Learning by Stephen Chapman, Steve Garnett, Jervis Alan

With experience as teachers, observers and trainers, Stephen Chapman, Steve Garnett and Alan Jervis have produced a book which will inspire new teachers as well as reinvigorate more experienced ones who are looking for fresh ideas free of jargon.

Reviews

Full of hands-on and immediately practical ideas that can really help improve learning -- suitable for a teacher straight out of college or the experienced old hand. -- Andrew Wigford Director, Teachers International Consultancy


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Book Info

Publication date

27th April 2011

Author

Stephen Chapman, Steve Garnett, Jervis Alan

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Publisher

Crown House Publishing

Format

Paperback
176 pages

Categories

Teaching skills & techniques

ISBN

9781845906948

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