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Teaching in the Primary School: A Learning Relationship

by Neil Kitson

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It is now widely recognized that learners are more successful when they are active participants in the learning relationship. This book offers a general introduction to primary education and child development, using the learning relationship between teachers and children as its focus. Divided into two parts, the first looks at the child's contribution to the learning relationship, and the second examines that of the teacher.

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It is now widely recognized that learners are more successful when they are active participants in the learning relationship. This book offers general introduction to primary education and child development.

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