Teaching Today A Practical Guide Fourth Edition (Anglais) Broché – 3 avril 2009
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Another of Petty's major influences is Dr. John Hattie, the Director of the Melbourne Research Institute (Australia). I saw Hattie speak in Toronto, which is where he got his Ph.D. in measurement. Hattie's main contribution is to interpret the large volume of teaching data to describe how what teachers do affect their students.
The use of scientific methods to determine the impacts that we have on others has been emphasized in many fields recently. There are practical implications, which is what Petty gets to in his book, Teaching Today. One implication is that once we know how what we do affects the students, we'll become far more effective.
Petty covers important ground in this book, including one of the best sections on classroom management that I've seen. For the most part, the content of this book relates to immediate, hands-on teaching. Small things matter more than we normally think. The accumulation of all the things teachers do shows that they wield tremendous power, in most cases more than other professionals.
Teaching in the UK and in the USA are very similar so this book should help you as much as it helps UK teachers.
Petty's other book 'Evidence Based Teaching' is based on the work of two American academics who have reviewed what works in classrooms: Professor Robert Marzano, and Professor John Hattie. this book sells very well in the UK too.Evidence Based Teaching: A Practical Approach