Targeted Teaching: Strategies for Secondary Teaching


Tremaine Baker, Gareth Evers & Richard Brock

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    About the Authors

    Tremaine Baker Tremaine Baker is a Senior Lecturer (Practice) in Secondary Teacher Education at Middlesex University, having previously been a teacher in a mainstream secondary school since September 2002. During this time he led a series of whole-school initiatives and supported the development of educational excellence across Essex in his roles as an Advanced Skills Teacher and a Specialist Leader of Education. Central to this was the provision of teacher training and the development of a blended learning approach to initial teacher education which utilised online training modules and open-source learning platforms, alongside the traditional and personal support given to support School Direct trainees on employment-based teacher training routes.

    Gareth Evers Gareth Evers is Programme Leader for Secondary English PGCE and Professional Studies at Middlesex University. Prior to this, he was a Professional Coordinating Mentor at a North London comprehensive school. As a teacher, he has taught English for twelve years. These diverse and challenging experiences have provided him with the knowledge of what makes an effective mentor and, more importantly for the future of the profession, how trainees can develop into effective classroom teachers.

    Richard Brock Richard Brock is a Ph.D. student at the University of Cambridge. Prior to this, he taught secondary physics at a comprehensive school in Essex. He acted as an associate tutor on a school-based M.Ed. course certified by Middlesex University. He has published research on the role of insight and intuition in science education and on students' perceptions of the boundaries between the science and RE classrooms.

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