Browsing by publisher "Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA)"

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  • Active Learning 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2014-06)
    Let me do the Cooking Mama; The Open Day Drama; The Town Meeting; Cast the Spell; The Maths Game; Seven Rivers in Africa;

  • Being a Professional 

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    Teachers are the largest professionally trained group in the world numbering over 59 million. But what does being a professional mean for teachers? Florence wants to take her pupils to a local festival, but one parent ...

  • Dealing with Sensitive Issues 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2014-06)
    Tunde is always fighting, the teacher has given up on him but Madam Fati talks to Tunde's mother and persuades her to take more interest in her son. Teachers' responsibilities extend to dealing with a number of sensitive ...

  • Equal Opportunities for Pupils 

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    Providing equal opportunities for all pupils, particularly with large classes, can be challenging. These tracks portray fictional classroom incidents. Kwame tries to ensure that Ejike will not ruin his appraisal, but Ejike ...

  • Life Skills: Community Issues and Citizenship 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Exploring good citizenship>> 2. Ways to investigate gender issues>> 3. Looking at work and employment>> 4. Exploring the environment>> 5. Sensitive ways to raise HIV and AIDS>>

  • Life Skills: Exploring Social Development 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Ways to explore who pupils are>> 2. Planning physical growth and development sessions>> 3. Exploring pupils’ ideas about healthy living>> 4. Activities to support emotional well-being>> 5. Ways to promote spiritual ...

  • Life Skills: Personal Development – How Self-Esteem Impacts on Learning 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Ways to explore who pupils are>> 2. Planning physical growth and development sessions>> 3. Exploring pupils’ ideas about healthy living>> 4. Activities to support emotional well-being>> 5. Ways to promote spiritual ...

  • Listening to Pupils 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2014-06)
    Children are naturally curious and observant about the world around them. How can teachers support pupils in exploring and developing their ideas about the world? Ibrahim learns the importance of water and oxygen from a ...

  • Literacy: Promoting Communication in an Additional Language 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Providing natural contexts for language practice. 2. Ways towards fluency and accuracy. 3. Creating opportunities for communication. 4. Ways to build on home language knowledge. 5. Supporting additional language learning.

  • Literacy: Reading and Writing for a Range of Purposes 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Supporting and assessing reading and writing. 2. Stimulating interest in reading stories. 3. Ways of reading and responding to information texts. 4. Ways of presenting your point of view. 5. Ways of becoming a ...

  • Literacy: Using Community Voices in Your Classroom 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Investigating stories. 2. Ways to collect and perform stories. 3. Using local games for learning. 4. Using story and poetry. 5. Turning oral stories, poems and games into books.

  • Motivating Pupils 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2014-06)
    Effective teachers use a variety of strategies and activities to engage their pupils with learning in school. These short dramas show three teachers' attempts to make learning more relevant and motivating for their pupils; ...

  • Numeracy: Exploring Shape and Space 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Learning through games 2. Patterns in number charts 3. Ways to solve number problems 4. Seeing multiplication visually 5. Practical work with fractions

  • Numeracy: Investigating Measurement and Data Handling 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    Introducing measurement Measuring and handling time Discussing data Working with weight Investigating distance

  • Numeracy: Investigating Number and Pattern 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Learning through games. 2. Patterns in number charts. 3. Ways to solve number problems. 4. Seeing multiplication visually. 5. Practical work with fractions.

  • Science: Energy and Movement 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Everyday forces - investigating movement>> 2. Exploring sounds and music>> 3. Investigating electricity>> 4. Looking at light and shade>> 5. From Earth to the stars – using models>>

  • Science: Investigating Materials 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Investigating and classifying materials 2. Exploring solids 3. Looking at liquids 4. Investigating air 5. Wise use and reuse of materials

  • Science: Looking at Life 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Classifying living things 2. A closer look at plants>> 3. Investigating animals: hunters and the hunted 4. Plants and animals adapting to survive 5. Developing attitudes about our environmental impact

  • Social Studies / Arts: Developing an Understanding of Place 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Mapping the local environment>> 2. Human settlements and resources>> 3. Investigating weather>> 4. Investigating the changing environment>> 5. Investigating other people and places>>

  • Social Studies / Arts: Investigating History 

    Not available (Teaching Education in Sub Saharan Africa (TESSA), 2012)
    1. Investigating family histories>> 2. Investigating how we used to live>> 3. Using different forms of evidence in history>> 4. Understanding timelines>> 5. Using artefacts to explore the past>>