Jayne Prior, Senior Teaching Fellow and PGCE Programme Director, University of Bristol
When the original Lazy Teacher's Handbook first catapulted onto our shelves in 2010, the ideas quickly took hold and the concept of -˜lazy teaching' entered teachers' vernacular, becoming shorthand for an effective, learning-centred approach to classroom practice. At the heart of the book's success lies Jim Smith's ability to demystify the complexity of the teaching and learning process, supported by usable approaches that actually work for today's generation of learners. In this fully updated edition, key ideas have been expanded and new teaching and learning approaches added, while aspects such as the use of IT in the classroom have been brought up to date. The Lazy Teacher's Handbook is essential reading for all trainee teachers and NQTs, and is a welcome tonic for experienced teachers looking for fresh approaches.
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