Teaching in the Foundation Phase - Contemporary strategies, curriculum development and assessment
- Meier C, Ndou N
- ISBN: 9780627037641
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: 9780627037658
- 336 Pages | Published: 2020
FORTHCOMING TITLE: NEW PUBLICATION
South African education is more than ever in need of innovative strategies to ensure high quality teaching and learning. Teaching in the Foundation Phase focusses on contemporary strategies that will assist teachers in taking up their role as professionals while at the same time supporting teachers in exhibiting characteristics that are essential to Foundation Phase teachers.
As main component, the publication aims to provoke teachers to engage in modern-day teaching and learning strategies and methods, curriculum development which includes Africanisation of the curriculum, lesson planning designs, a neuroscientific view of teaching and how to include technology in the classroom. Strategies for effective assessment in the Foundation Phase is an essential inclusion in the publication.
Successful teaching in the Foundation Phase entails more than only curriculum development and assessment, therefore the publication also includes commentaries on classroom management, administration and organisation, teaching for diversity, handling discipline, and involving parents and volunteers to support learning success.
Teaching in the Foundation Phase – contemporary strategies, curriculum development and assessment is the essential guide for beginner teachers as well as current teachers and Heads of Departments on how to identify and select teaching and learning strategies, do curriculum development, assessment and general classroom management.
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