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Practical Pedagogy: 40 New Ways to Teach and Learn by Mike Sharples

Practical Pedagogy provides an accessible guide to new and emerging innovations in education. The book may be considered particularly relevant given the high degree of innovation and adaptability demonstrated by teachers throughout the past year. Each section provides a comprehensive overview of innovative teaching and learning pedagogies, such as translanguaging, crossover learning, teachback, bricolage and rhizomatic learning. The book is a compilation of the 40 most relevant pedagogies, covering: innovative ways to teach and learn; how pedagogies are adopted in new ways for a digital age; evidence on how and why different methods of teaching work, including case studies set in classrooms, informal settings, and online learning spaces; practical implications of the latest research into the science of learning, from the fields of psychology, education, social sciences and neuroscience. Organised around six themes – Personalisation, Connectivity, Reflection, Extension, Embodiment and Scale – Practical Pedagogy will be of interest to teachers, policy makers, educational researchers and anyone interested in new ways to teach and learn. 

* The eBook which this recommendation relates to is freely available to all registered teachers via the eBook collection in the Teaching Council’s online library. Readers of this ezine who are not registered teachers will not have access to this eBook, as they are not covered by the Teaching Council’s licence for the Education Source collection.
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