In the groundbreaking and best-selling Teaching WalkThrus Volume 1, Tom Sherrington and Oliver Caviglioli produced a brilliantly concise and accessible repository to 50 essential teaching techniques.
In this follow-up second volume, Tom and Oliver team up with 10 experienced educators to present 50 brand new WalkThrus, covering all the key areas of teaching: behavior and relationships; curriculum planning; explaining and modeling; questioning and feedback; practice and retrieval; and Mode B teaching.
Alex Quigley, Martin Robinson, Claire Stoneman, Bennie Kara, Zoe Enser, Mark Enser, John Tomsett, Simon Breakspear, Bronwyn Ryie Jones and Oliver Lovell bring a huge wealth of expertise as they help to further expand and elaborate this essential teaching manual.
As always, each technique is concisely explained and beautifully illustrated in five short steps, to make sense of complex ideas and support student learning.
About the Authors
Tom Sherrington started teaching in 1987 and has had a 30 year career in education. He’s now in demand as a consultant and conference speaker, working with schools and colleges to improve teaching, curriculum and assessment. He is the author of ‘The Learning Rainforest’, described as ‘one of the best teaching books of all time’ by Book Authority, and the best-selling ‘Rosenshine’s Principles in Action’.
Oliver Caviglioli is uniquely placed to bridge the gap between education and graphic design. A former special school head teacher, Oliver learned design principles from an early age from his architect and typographer father. Four decades of reading educational research found its visual expression in his spectacular, image-rich book ‘Dual Coding With Teachers’.