Headteachers, teachers, parents, politicians and school governors have long been united in wondering how to produce effective teaching in primary schools - but they could find few reliable answers. This book changes that. Here, some of the UK's leading researchers into effective primary school provision combine qualitative and quantitative research findings to shine a spotlight on teaching in effective primary schools. They reveal the pedagogical strategies that are the hallmark of successful schools and bring these strategies to life through detailed observations of classroom interactions. Reading this book takes you into the classrooms of skilful teachers and describes inspirational teaching. The book offers accessible, multi-layered evidence for making learning more engaging and motivating for children, through better pedagogical practice.
UCL Institute of Education Press; September 2019
- ISBN: 9781858569062
- Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure ePub format
- Title: Teaching in Effective Primary Schools
- Author: Iram Siraj; Brenda Taggart; Pam Sammons; Edward Melhuish; Kathy Sylva; Donna-Lynn Shepherd
Imprint: Trentham Books