607 books (31 pages) in this category
by Janet Gonzalez-Mena
by Glenda Mac Naughton
by Deborah Harcourt
by Brian Radcliffe
Drama-based activities encourage high levels of cognitive activity; they're fun, they get everyone involved, and they foster creativity across the curriculum. Maybe you recognise drama as a powerful tool for learning but don't see how it applies
A Practical Guide
by Pamela Macklin
<p><i>Driving School Improvement: A Practical Guide </i>is designed to support school leaders in meeting their improvement challenge in ways that can be contextualised to their circumstances. Its focus is implementation, and it therefore ...
by Gavin Reid
<i>The Dyslexia Assessment </i>is a complete assessment tool for investigating reading, writing and spelling difficulties in learners. Written by leading experts Gavin Reid and Jennie Guise, this practical guide aims to clarify the ambiguities ...
by J;Nicolson, R;Davis, A;Winch, C Elliott
Dyslexia is often presented as a clearly delineated condition that can be diagnosed on the basis of appropriate cognitive tests with corresponding forms on intervention. However, this approachable text explores the issues behind this assertion ...
by Alison Patrick
by Mine Conkbayir
<b>Highly Commended- Nursery World Awards 2017 Professional Book of the Year</b><br><b><br></b><i>Early Childhood and Neuroscience</i> is a practical guide to understanding the complex and challenging subject of neuroscience and its use (and ...
by Jane Johnston
Evidence-based approaches for effective practice
by Elizabeth Stamopoulos
The principles and practice of confident and creative leadership for early childhood pre-service teachers and educators ...
by Sandra Luna McCune
by Ann Longknife
by Pooky Knightsmith
This Pocketbook is suitable for anyone working in a school setting and will be of interest to parents, too. It contains ideas, information and practical advice for supporting pupils with eating disorders. ...
by Claire Cameron
by Helen Porter
Although the benefits of learning outside are well documented, outdoor activities often decline as children progress through their education. There are many reasons for this- lack of time in the curriculum, lack of training, lack of teacher ...
by Neil Selwyn
Will technology replace the school and university? Will technology replace the teacher? What do we really know about technology and learning? Does technology make education more individualized? What does the future hold for technology and ...
Evidence of equity and effectiveness
by Stephen Gorard
<p>Supported by 20 years of extensive, international research, this approachable text brings invaluable insights into the underlying problems within education policy, and proposes practical solutions for a brighter future.<br></p> ...
by Marianne Coleman