Courses Catalogue

School Practice I

COURSE CODE: EDF2204
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 2
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Arts (Primary), B.Ed
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  • Borich, G. (2011). Observation Skills for Effective Teaching. • Day, C. (2004). A passion for teaching (Chaps 6 & 7).
  • Kanchak, D., and Eggen, P. (2005). Introduction to teaching: Becoming a professional   (2nd ed.). Columbus, Ohio: Pearson Practice Hall.
  • Levine, M. (1994). Educational care: A system for understanding and helping children with learning differences at home and in school. Cambridge, MA: Educators Publishing Service.
  • Loughran, J. (2010). What Expert Teachers Do. Part 2 pp. 57 – 142, Part 3 pp. 161 – 219
  • McNergney, R. F., and Herbert, J. M. (2001). Foundations of education: The        challenges of professional practice. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
  • Mohan, R. (1995). Innovative Science teaching for Physical Science teachers. New         Delhi: Practice Hall of India. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Morris, L. L., Fitz – Gibbon, C. T., and Lindheim, E. (1987).How to measure performance and use tests. Newbury Park: Sage Publications.
  • Ornstein, A. C. (1995). Strategies for effective teaching. (2nd ed.). Madison: Brown &    Benchmark.
  • Sadker, M. P. and Sadker, D. M. (2000).Teachers, schools and society. (5th ed.). Boston: McGraw – Hill.
  • Thompson, J. G. (2002). First-year teacher’s survival kit. San Francisco, CA: Jossey –     Bass.
  • Tsui, A. B. (2009). Distinctive qualities of expert teachers. Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice, 15(4), 421-439.
  • Yadav, K. (2001). Teaching of life sciences. New Delhi: Anmol Publications Ltd.