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The Special School's Handbook: Key Issues for All

The Special School's Handbook: Key Issues for All

1st Edition

Michael Farrell
July 12, 2007

Giving an up-to-date picture of the work of special schools, this practical and informative book provides an invaluable and timely companion for anyone teaching or planning to teach in special schools in the United Kingdom. Using case studies of good practice to provide clear suggestions on how...

Social Inclusion in Schools: Improving Outcomes, Raising Standards

Social Inclusion in Schools: Improving Outcomes, Raising Standards

1st Edition

Ben Whitney
April 26, 2007

This book provides the busy teacher with all the information they need to make social inclusion a reality within schools. By demonstrating how teachers and schools must work together to promote the wider welfare of all children, the book focuses particularly on the welfare of children on the...

The New nasen A-Z of Reading Resources

The New nasen A-Z of Reading Resources

1st Edition

Suzanne Baker, Lorraine Petersen
June 30, 2006

The New nasen A-Z of Reading Resources is a graded list of all current reading schemes complete with guidance on the books’ suitability for readers at different levels of experience and competence. It will: enable teachers, SENCos and support services to choose books that are appropriate yet...

Word Play: Language Activities for Young Children

Word Play: Language Activities for Young Children

1st Edition

Sheila Wolfendale, Trevor Bryans
June 30, 2006

Strong basic language skills are the foundation on which successful future learning is built. Written by veteran SEN authors Sheila Wolfendale and Trevor Bryans, Word Play provides practitioners and parents with a range of fun activities, word games, story and drama exercises that can be used to...

Supporting Mathematical Thinking

Supporting Mathematical Thinking

1st Edition

Anne Watson, Jenny Houssart, Caroline Roaf
January 24, 2006

To what extent do curriculum subjects, particularly highly abstract ones such as Mathematics, have their own unique special needs? This book celebrates the work done by subject specialists in mainstream classrooms to promote inclusive practice. It describes new and creative ways of developing...

Working with Groups

Working with Groups

1st Edition

Rob Long
August 17, 2005

Many children with emotional and behavioral difficulties behave well in a one-to-one situation with an adult. It is when they are in a group with their peers that their behavior deteriorates dramatically. The more teachers understand about group dynamics, the better equipped they will be to support...

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

1st Edition

Rob Long
August 17, 2005

Schools are often faced with dealing with children who have mild forms of obsessive compulsive disorder. Through increased understanding, staff can support children with minimum stress. This book answers questions including: What is obsessive compulsive disorder? What are the causes? How can...

Loss and Separation

Loss and Separation

1st Edition

Rob Long
August 17, 2005

A sense of loss can have a very disturbing affect on children and can come about not only as a result of bereavement, but also after divorce/seperation, moving away from friends, moving between foster homes etc. This book looks at: understanding loss how different children react to loss listening...

Children's Thoughts and Feelings

Children's Thoughts and Feelings

1st Edition

Rob Long
August 17, 2005

Understanding how children think and feel is the key to buiding good relationships in the classroom. This book looks at: underlying causes of emotional conflicts the nature of maladaptive coping mechanisms why boys tend to "act out" and girls ten to "act in" interventions to promote the use of...

Motivation

Motivation

1st Edition

Rob Long
July 27, 2005

If teachers can motivate pupils, their job is more than half done! Knowing how to interest and motivate pupils is a skill, which separates the "great" teacheres from the mediocre, This book will inform and inspire staff and give them confidence in dealing with pupils who are not naurally "teacher...

Yeah Right! Adolescents in the Classroom

Yeah Right! Adolescents in the Classroom

1st Edition

Rob Long
June 29, 2005

Is there more disruptive behavior in schools today? The simple answer to this often asked question is probably yes. But the reasons lie more outside teenagers than inside. For too many teachers there can be an attitude of: "I was a teenager once, therefor I know what it is like." But we all develop...

Special Needs and Drug Education

Special Needs and Drug Education

1st Edition

Richard Ives
June 29, 2005

Taking drugs is complex and there are concerns about the best ways of addressing drugs issues in schools - particularly for pupils with special educational needs. Many teachers are worried about discussing drugs with their pupils. They fear that they know too little and that some of their pupils...

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