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Top Books for Teachers

At Routledge we are passionate about education and committed to providing high quality practical books (David Fulton Books) for all those involved in the profession. Here is a recent selection of books that you, teachers and practitioners have selected as key to delivering teaching success in the classroom and beyond.

If you would like to know why these books have been selected or discuss your favorite David Fulton Book why not ask fellow colleagues on twitter via @davidfultonbook alternatively email us your own reviews.
 

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  1. Why Do I Need a Teacher When I've got Google?

    The Essential Guide to the Big Issues for Every 21st Century Teacher

    By Ian Gilbert

    ‘The future of the world is in your hands’ I know that might seem a bit steep considering you’ve got that Year Ten coursework to sort out and the lesson observation on that nervous looking NQT, but that’s the way it is I’m afraid. You chose to be a teacher, you mould young minds on a daily basis...

    Published July 13th 2010 by Routledge

  2. The Trouble with Maths

    A Practical Guide to Helping Learners with Numeracy Difficulties, 2nd Edition

    By Steve Chinn

    Now in a second edition, the award-winning The Trouble with Maths offers important insights into the often confusing world of numeracy. By looking at learning difficulties in maths from several perspectives, including the language of mathematics, thinking styles and the demands of individual topics...

    Published August 15th 2011 by Routledge

  3. Making Dyslexia Work for You

    2nd Edition

    By Vicki Goodwin, Bonita Thomson

    Written for dyslexic adults or anyone who thinks they might be dyslexic, this bold and imaginative book is deliberately concise and easy to dip into. User-friendly, essential guide to the world of study and work for anyone with dyslexia; Identifies the key needs of adults and young people who...

    Published November 20th 2011 by Routledge

  4. What's the Buzz?

    A Social Skills Enrichment Programme for Primary Students

    By Mark Le Messurier, Madhavi Nawana Parker

    Some children, for all manner of reasons, struggle to make friends and fit in socially. What’s the Buzz? is a unique sixteen-lesson social skills enrichment programme designed to explicitly teach children how to think and relate to others in social situations. This lively, highly practical...

    Published March 22nd 2011 by Routledge

  5. Developing Play for the Under 3s

    The Treasure Basket and Heuristic Play, 2nd Edition

    By Anita M. Hughes

    The treasure basket and heuristic play approach is astoundingly simple; by offering natural and household objects to babies and toddlers you can make a profound impact on their learning capabilities, encouraging concentration, exploration and intellectual development. Based on a wealth of research...

    Published February 25th 2010 by Routledge

  6. Brilliant Ideas for Using ICT in the Inclusive Classroom

    By Sally McKeown, Angela McGlashon

    Series: David Fulton / Nasen

    Shortisted as ERA Finalist 2013 How can you use ICT to boost the achievement of all your pupils? This practical teachers’ guide will help you to unlock the enormous potential of new technology in order to enhance pupils’ learning, particularly for young people with additional needs. Written by two...

    Published January 11th 2012 by Routledge

  7. How to Teach Writing Across the Curriculum: Ages 8-14

    2nd Edition

    By Sue Palmer

    Series: Writers' Workshop

    Now in an updated second edition How to Teach Writing Across the Curriculum: Ages 8-14 provides a range of practical suggestions for teaching non-fiction writing skills and linking them to children’s learning across the curriculum. Emphasising creative approaches to teaching children’s writing in...

    Published August 19th 2010 by Routledge