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The Times Index

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Release : 2008

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Indexes the Times and its supplements.

Teaching Character in the Primary Classroom

The primary National Curriculum for science states as an aim: 'The principal
focus of science teaching in key stage 1 is to enable pupils to experience and
observe phenomena, looking more closely ... They should be encouraged to be
curious and ask questions about what they notice. ... The Year 6 curriculum
specifies a study of the effects of lifestyle upon health. ... provide opportunities for
character education: • The KS2 curriculum specifies that children begin to keep
sketch books.

Author : Tom Harrison

Release : 2016-03-10

Publisher : Learning Matters

ISBN : 1473968003

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"Teaching Character in the Primary Classroom provides an excellent and very accessible overview of the emerging field of character education. It covers, in detail, the theory of character education as well as advice and guidance about how this should be applied in practice in primary schools." Professor James Arthur, University of Birmingham Character matters. As more and more schools are choosing to teach Character Education, trainee and beginning teachers need to know more. What is Character Education? Can it really be 'taught'? How does children's learning benefit from discussions around character in the classroom? How do I teach it? What does good teaching of Character Education look like in the classroom? Teaching Character Education in Primary schools tackles these questions, and many more. This is a practical guide to why and how we can teach character in primary schools. It begins by exploring why character matters and considers what 'character' is and (importantly) what it is not. It goes on to discuss the place for teaching character in primary education and includes practical guidance on how it can be taught. The text also looks at character beyond the classroom, how parents and the wider community can be included in the teaching of character and how outdoor learning and education can contribute. This book is written for all those who are new to teaching character.