By Rebeca Mauleon
The main accomplished and authoritative e-book on Afro-Cuban piano enjoying ever released. Rebeca has performed and/or recorded with Tito Puente, Carlos Santana, Mickey Hart, and plenty of extra. The textual content is bilingual and the accompanying CDs convey you ways each one workout may still sound. It strains the entire historical past of Latin piano taking part in from its Cuban roots to its many present offshoots. Indispensible for any pianist desirous to examine this passionate song!
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No problem I shall begin this chapter with an examination of a crucial paradox. There are two groups of people to whom teaching appears relatively unproblematic. The first group are the highly experienced and successful teachers of English who are likely to be mentors, and the second group are student teachers at the beginning of their course. This second group has, after all, many years of school 'experience' as a pupil and has decided that becoming an English teacher will be a satisfying and valuable career.
A student teacher will need some protection from the casual comments of other staff and the uncomfortable feeling that they 'do not belong'. Other teachers are not being unprofessional, they are being human. Equally, teachers themselves will need some help when students make ill-judged and superficial criticisms about their truly profes- sional work with children. Much of this part of the pastoral role is about facilitating good relationships and a mentor is the key facilitator. For an example of this need, I well remember a school ringing the university to complain THE POTENTIAL OF PARTNERSHIP 21 about a student who had been in for a few days just to undertake some observation.
Information technology (IT) is always the most striking example. We know that the majority of current English teachers feel very under-trained in the use of IT,5 both personally and for classroom work with children. However, student teachers, in general, are very positive about IT and keen to use it in the classroom. For many there is almost no opportunity to do so because some departments rarely use it. The student might go to a job interview and be rejected for a lack of familiarity with IT had she not had some chance to explore its potential on the HE part of the course.