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- Education Professionals
What makes an outstanding teacher is the subject of pedagogy this lecture to final-year trainee teachers, by Russell Grigg, quality assurance officer at Trinity University College
Russell asks his audience to consider what constitutes best practice, in relation to their own teaching and to the profession as a whole.
Russell gives examples of outstanding teaching from the perspectives of children, inspectors and research.
Members of the audience then relay what they've learned from the lectures. This lecture may also be of interest to newly qualified teachers (NQTs).
Part of the series: The Teachers TV ITE Lectures