The Role of the Teacher in the Infant and Nursery School covers chapters about the role of the teacher in primary school.
The book discusses the developments in English infant and nursery schools and of the teachers' functions; the acknowledgment of some other work in teaching field; the scope and method of conducting the enquiry; and results of the analysis of the most important motive behind the actions of the teachers. The text describes the techniques used by different teachers, techniques used by teachers of different age-groups in the infant school, and analysis of the teaching given in free choice periods under ""Subjects"" of the school curriculum. The aspects of the teachers' work which are relevant to informal teaching, but on which evidence cannot be obtained by samples taken during periods of free occupation, and some opinions of the teachers are also considered. Educators, especially those from the primary school, will find the book invaluable.
I. Developments in English Infant and Nursery Schools and of the Teachers' Functions
II. Acknowledgment of Some Other Work in this Field
III. Scope and Method of Conducting the Enquiry
IV. Results of the Analysis of the Records "Intellectual" Contacts — "Social" Contacts — Observation, Encouragement and Control — Other Contacts.
V. Further Examination of Evidence Revealed by the Records In Relation to the Teachers' Techniques — Confirmation by Further Study of Purposes for which Children of Different Ages Need the Teacher — Contributions to "Subjects" of the Curriculum.
VI. Aspects of the Teachers' Work Which are Relevant to Informal Teaching, but on Which Evidence Cannot be Obtained by Samples Taken during Periods of Free Occupation. Links between Free Choice Periods and Other Times of the School Day — Record Keeping — The Use of Discussion Periods — Additional Comment.
VII. Description of Some of the Teachers
VIII. Opinions of the Teachers
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- © Pergamon 1965
- 1st January 1965
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