A book written by teacher development lecturers at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) in Lincoln was officially launched today.
‘Building Skills for Effective Primary Teaching’ by BGU’s Rachael Paige, Sue Lambert and Rebecca Geeson is a new book for trainee teachers and their mentors.
The book includes discussion around different aspects of primary teaching and aims to also support the mentoring and coaching conversations that happen throughout initial training.
The three editors lead the successful primary initial teacher education programmes at BGU. They have drawn upon contributions from colleagues teaching on the primary programmes in specialist areas to create the book.
As part of the launch of this book, new trainee teachers on the PGCE course were provided with a copy of the book during an induction lecture.
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Building Skills for Effective Primary Teaching is available to buy on Amazon now.
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