Teaching for Realists is a funny and honest guide to surviving and thriving as a newly qualified teacher, despite the challenges of the education system. We all know the education system has its flaws, but they shouldn't stand in the way of providing the very best learning experiences for your pupils. This book presents a ground-up approach to help you manage the obstacles you might encounter and implement day-to-day methods to maintain your love for the profession, teach effective lessons and ensure pupil progress. Omar Akbar, author of The (Un)official Teacher's Manual, offers a wealth of hard-won practical advice for avoiding frustration and developing teaching techniques that have a real impact in the classroom. Full of hilarious anecdotes and exploring hot topics such as pupil apathy, enriching the curriculum, Ofsted, data and behaviour, this book is a refreshing and uplifting take on what NQTs can do to have a happy, healthy and successful career in education - starting now. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Why teaching is the best job in the world 3. How to make the curriculum work 4. How to overcome pupil apathy 5. How to make paper work 6. How to manage all things data 7. How to survive against the Ofsted odds 8. How to manage behaviour policies 9. How to use rewards effectively 10. How to build positive relationships with your pupils 11. How to get the support you need 12. How to be a happy teacher
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Date of Publication: 02/07/2021