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The authors take the reader through the background theory of NLP before providing practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. Elston and Sphorer take the reader through the background theory of NLP and provide a wealth of practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. ...
Using NLP to Enhance Behaviour and Learning: A Handbook for Teachers
The authors take the reader through the background theory of NLP before providing practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. Elston and Sphorer take the reader through the background theory of NLP and provide a wealth of practical guidance on how to incorporate it into classroom practice. It will help all teachers to improve the lives of their students they teach or support as well as their own. NLP offers a ground-breaking method of communication that helps people master the way they think and feel. Many problems arise in classrooms because of inadequate rapport between student and teacher, and between parent and teacher. NLP can assist all who work in classrooms to master ways of creating excellent rapport and understanding.
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37.18 USD

Using NLP to Enhance Behaviour and Learning: A Handbook for Teachers

by Kate E. Spohrer, Terry Elston
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This text explores the actual and potential role of Heads of Department in education. It includes analysis of such problematic areas as the management of resources and managing the curriculum.
Head of Department: Principles in Practice
This text explores the actual and potential role of Heads of Department in education. It includes analysis of such problematic areas as the management of resources and managing the curriculum.
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38.800000 USD

Head of Department: Principles in Practice

by Anne Gold
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An examination of literacy in relation to a wide range of new technology and media, especially talking books, email, video dating, interactive multimedia and on-line materials. In each case, the writers draw on state-of-the-art research to explain the implications for educational practice and policy. In the process, they show the ...
ICT and Literacy: Information and Communication Technology, Media, Reading and Writing
An examination of literacy in relation to a wide range of new technology and media, especially talking books, email, video dating, interactive multimedia and on-line materials. In each case, the writers draw on state-of-the-art research to explain the implications for educational practice and policy. In the process, they show the need for joined-up thinking on the part of all those who provide education, guidance and resources for young people: a key feature of the book is its explanation of the key role of library provision as well as teaching.
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31.450000 USD

ICT and Literacy: Information and Communication Technology, Media, Reading and Writing

by Nick Easingwood, Nikki Gamble
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This is an exciting new resource that tackles behaviour management in a fresh, accessible and imaginative way. This book contains dozens of unique drama exercises and games that can be used right across the primary age range to calm tempers, stop restlessness and regain the attention of unruly pupils. Exercises ...
Making a Drama Out of a Crisis: Drama Techniques for Improving Behaviour Management in the Classroom
This is an exciting new resource that tackles behaviour management in a fresh, accessible and imaginative way. This book contains dozens of unique drama exercises and games that can be used right across the primary age range to calm tempers, stop restlessness and regain the attention of unruly pupils. Exercises and games include The Hamster's Underpants, which is designed to stop fidgeting instantly among primary school pupils, and The Bottle Ale Rascal, which puts an end to rudeness and bad language in the classroom once and for all.Focusing on everyday areas of classroom conduct such as fighting, jealousy, concentration, bad language and lapses of attention, this book is packed with tried and tested theatre based games and exercises. Teachers are able to use these with little or no preparation time. The outcome will help modify students' behaviour using exercises which readily fit with the new UK Primary Strategy and the revised literacy strategy which has a particular focus on speaking and listening. This resource offers sound advice about where to turn for help is teachers suspect more serious behavioural issues, such as ADHD.Since staging a play encourages teamwork and cooperation as well as a host of other skills, the book includes a play script for a class production of Aladdin, together with all the information and support teachers might need. Whether teachers need to manage unruly pupils or just work more effectively with their class as a whole, the exercises presented here will give them plenty of scope to work drama into their lessons. If your students misbehave, don't make a mountain out of a molehill - make a drama out of a crisis!
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20.26 USD
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If the phrase NO NOTICE INSPECTION strikes fear into your heart, don't panic! In her new book, Sarah Findlater covers everything you need to know to survive an Ofsted inspection. This book is an invaluable guide for every teacher who wants to ensure they are fully prepared for their first ...
How to Survive an Ofsted Inspection
If the phrase NO NOTICE INSPECTION strikes fear into your heart, don't panic! In her new book, Sarah Findlater covers everything you need to know to survive an Ofsted inspection. This book is an invaluable guide for every teacher who wants to ensure they are fully prepared for their first Ofsted inspection, perform in an outstanding manner and get as much out of the process as possible. The chapters are split into four phases, making it relevant whether you want to set up systems and improve day-to-day teaching well in advance, you need quick-fix 'night before' advice, last minute 'on the day' strategies, or you need help making the most of Ofsted feedback once the inspection is over. Everything you need to consider to make all areas of your teaching ready for observation are included in this guide, as well as: - practical strategies for improving key areas inspected by Ofsted including closing the achievement gap and literacy and numeracy provision - 'inspection connection' boxes comprising analysis of key areas of the Ofsted school inspection handbook - logistical details of everything that will happen before, during and after the inspection - from the moment the phone call is received to the submission of the inspector's final report - extracts from outstanding inspection reports - printable templates and checklists - 'remaining cool, calm and collected tips' to help reduce (or hide!) your stress levels on the day. All written from Sarah's first hand experience of supporting teachers through inspections (and surviving quite a few of her own!), How to survive an Ofsted inspection is a practical and very accessible guide for every primary and secondary school teacher preparing for Ofsted.
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27.040000 USD
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This practically-focused, evidence-informed, perceptive book by James Ogunleye will be essential reading for teachers of 14-19 year olds in FE for a long time to come, and I thoroughly commend it to you. - Dr Jill Jameson, Series Editor. This is a delightfully practical guide for lecturers on how to ...
Guide to Teaching 14-19
This practically-focused, evidence-informed, perceptive book by James Ogunleye will be essential reading for teachers of 14-19 year olds in FE for a long time to come, and I thoroughly commend it to you. - Dr Jill Jameson, Series Editor. This is a delightfully practical guide for lecturers on how to teach students aged 14 to 19 effectively. James Ogunleye's fascinating book provides readers with: a summary of the full range of academic and vocational qualifications available to 14 to 19 year olds; an overview of the current and recent national agenda for 14-19 education and training; illuminating insights into 14-19 year olds' views about teaching and learning; a full range of practical teaching techniques for lecturers which have been tried and tested at the chalk-face; an extensive list of useful publications and resources. This book should prove invaluable reading for all those working in 14-19 education.
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31.59 USD
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