TES: New Teacher Supplement 2011 - (Page 4)
Career seminars, diary dates, TES Education North, best books and a TEFL update. Plus a glimpse of what helped last year’s NQTs through their induction
What’s new for teachers
Top 10 teaching books on Amazon 1. How to Survive Your First Year in Teaching 2nd Edition by Sue Cowley 2. Pimp Your Lesson!: Prepare, Innovate, Motivate and Perfect by Isabella Wallace and Leah Kirkman 3. Teaching Today: A Practical Guide Fourth Edition by Geoffrey Petty
Pick an expert’s brain online The TES New Teachers webchats begin their spring term on Monday 17 January with the first of six online expert chats. ‘How to find a job and succeed at interview: part 1’ will be hosted by TES career expert Professor John Howson and will be available on the TES New Teacher website from 5-6.30pm. Go to http://newteachers.tes.co.uk/advice for more information and to take part. Professor Howson’s popular career seminars will continue in 2011. For more information go to www.tes.co.uk/careerseminars
For your diary – spring term webchats 17 January How to find a job and succeed at interview: part 1 21 February Dealing with paperwork, marking and report writing 14 March Introducing creativity to your lessons 18 April How to find a job and succeed at interview: part 2
4. The Little Book of Inspirational Teaching Activities: Bringing NLP into the Classroom by David Hodgson and Ian Gilbert 5. Teaching Skills for Dummies by Sue Cowley 6. How to Survive Your First Year in Teaching by Sue Cowley 7. Teaching, Training and Learning: A Practical Guide by Ian Reece and Stephen Walker 8. Teaching, Tutoring and Training in the Lifelong Learning Sector by Susan Wallace 9. The Bluffer's Guide to Teaching by Nick Yapp 10. Reflective Teaching 3rd Edition: Evidenceinformed Professional Practice by Andrew Pollard Source: Amazon.co.uk (accessed 25 November 2010)
22 April 25 February Tackling your Dealing with parents worries about your and outside agencies teacher training
Go West. Or East The number of graduates training to teach English abroad is on the increase. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) course provider i-to-i has seen a 5 per cent increase in recent graduates and students enrolling on its courses. The company has now published a free eBook, The Graduate’s Guide to Teaching and Travelling Abroad, which can be downloaded from www.onlinetefl.com/ graduates
Get out of the classroom and get inspired at TES Education North Looking for some inspiration, or something with which to wow the class during your observed lesson at interview? T E S Education North has ideas and resources for everyone working in, or looking to work in, early years, SEN or mainstream education. Hundreds of suppliers will showcase resources and services for you to browse, with free samples and exclusive show discounts on offer. Free practical workshops with your favourite experts and great value, inspirational CPD seminars (early bird rate of £9+VAT for bookings before 28 February) are also available. The show is open 8-9 April, 10am-5pm, at Manchester Central. For more information, visit www.teachingexhibitions. co.uk and follow @TSLevents on Twitter for the latest news.
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