Teaching Middle Years: Rethinking Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment

Donna Pendergast, Nan Bahr
Allen & Unwin, 2010 - 430 páginas
Teaching Middle Years offers a systematic overview of the philosophy, principles, and issues in middle schooling. It includes contributions from academics and school-based practitioners on intellectual and emotional development in early adolescence, pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment of middle years students. This second edition is fully revised to reflect the latest research findings. It includes new chapters on students with diverse needs, school partnerships with families and community, and effective team teaching. Also new to this edition is a chapter that brings middle schooling concepts to life by providing real examples of reform in action. Written for teachers, student teachers, education leaders, and policy makers, Teaching Middle Years is an essential resource for anyone involved in educating young adolescents.

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Donna Pendergast is head of the School of Education and Professional Studies at Griffith University. Nan Bahr is assistant dean of teaching and learning in the Faculty of Education at Queensland University of Technology.

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