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A practical resource that utilises the SEBS philosophy (Teaching Social, Emotional and Behavioural Skills) By Dave Stott.
Activities to Help Young People Build Character by Stephanie George – Practical Character- Building activities for all professionals working with young people.
Activities to Help Young People Deal with Decisions & Choices By Stephanie George.
Activities to Help Young People to deal with Stress & Anxiety by Stephanie George.
Creating an Effective Learning Environment by Karen Boyes
Developing Your Portfolio – Enhancing Your Learning and Showing Your Stuff – A Guide for the Early Childhood Student or Professional, 2nd Edition by Marianne Jones & Marilyn Shelton
Written by experts in the field, this third edition of the best-selling A Guide to Co-Teaching highlights the benefits and challenges of co-teaching, addressing the No Child Left Behind requirement that all students have access to highly qualified teachers and the IDEA requirement that students with disabilities have access to the general education curriculum.
How to Create and Develop a Thinking Classroom shows how to integrate such tools as ‘individual learning styles’, ‘multiple intelligences’, ‘thinking skills’, ‘accelerated learning’ and ‘VAK’ with the finest traditional classroom practice.
Written by an experienced UK dyslexia adviser, this practical book offers help and advice to those providing and supporting the learning of dyslexic children within the primary classroom.
This is the revised 2nd edition of the hugely popular ‘Identifying Children with Special Needs'(9781412915953 / SG-5953). Drawing from her experience as an educational psychologist, and special education teacher, author Glynis Hannell offers guidelines to help teachers quickly recognise and categorise the specific characteristics of developmental disorders, autism spectrum disorders, emotional-behavioural disorders, specific learning disorders, sensory impairments and other forms of special need.