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Exciting or turmoil: the highs and lows of teaching practice
journal contributionposted on 2012-08-20, 12:16 authored by Sarah Turner, Nigel Zanker, Maggie Braine
For those taking the Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE), the teaching practice environment can be a daunting one. Trainee teachers need to adjust to the demands of a new workplace and a complex professional role. They are faced with a range of potentially challenging interactions with pupils, parents and staff colleagues. The profession requires a rapid mastery of multiple roles such as delivering subject knowledge in well-planned lessons, preparing schemes of work and pastoral duties.
CitationTURNER, S., ZANKER, N. and BRAINE, M., 2009. Exciting or turmoil: the highs and lows of teaching practice. Science Teacher Education, 56, pp. 27 - 37
Publisher© Association for Science Education
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NotesThis article was published in the journal Science Teacher Education [© Association for Science Education].