Preparing For The Teaching Profession

Mary Kavanagh, Michael Kavanagh

The teaching profession is multi-faceted, challenging and complex. *Preparing for the Teaching Profession* addresses the uncertainties and anxiety that pre-service teachers may feel about their preparedness to enter the profession. This practical handbook focuses on the key principles that pre-service teachers need to know to navigate the challenges they will encounter in the profession. Speaking directly to the student, it focuses on their transition from completing their degree to their first year of employment. This comprehensive, easy to read text will not only prepare your students for success in their profession, but also help them to shape their identity as a teacher.

Shortlist, Teaching and Learning Resource – Print (Wholly Australian)
Resource type
Teaching and Student Resource
Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
October 2020
Print only

Oxford University Press Australia & New Zealand

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