In Tom Sherrington’s Rosenshine’s Principles in Action, these seminal teaching principles swiftly become a practical support for teachers looking to develop their classroom practice. This Workbook by Claire Grimes provides a thought-provoking and reflective guide designed for educators to read and share Barak Rosenshine's original work and learn just why it's so important.
Completed alongside a series of video masterclasses delivered by Sherrington, teachers will be led through a range of questions and activities devised to secure pedagogical understanding. With that, educators at every level are left with clear actions to support their teaching practice and insure positive impacts on student learning.
The five-session structure of the workbook explores the fundamentals of classroom practice, finishing with a guided reflection on Rosenshine’s Principles in Action. Author Claire Grimes provides the reader with a stimulating companion to Sherrington’s excellent work.
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About the author
Claire Grimes is an English teacher and Assistant Headteacher at Thamesview School in Kent, where she leads Teaching and Learning, Assessment and CPD. She is passionate about improving the life chances of young people and supporting teachers to develop their research-informed classroom practice.
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