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  1. Learn to Think

    Basic Exercises in the Core Thinking Skills for Ages 6-11

    By John Langrehr

    Classroom questions have traditionally focussed on testing the recall, understanding and application of content and methods. Research suggests that pupils require activities that encourage them to think flexibly about possibilities and to make independent judgements about information. Learn to...

    Published May 15th 2008 by Routledge

  2. Handbook of Moral and Character Education

    Edited by Larry Nucci, Tobias Krettenauer, Larry P. Nucci, Darcia Narvaez, Darcia Narvaez

    Series: Educational Psychology Handbook

    There is widespread agreement that schools should contribute to students’ moral development and character formation. Currently 80% of states have mandates regarding character education. This apparent support for moral education, however, masks a high degree of controversy surrounding the meaning...

    Published February 29th 2008 by Routledge

  3. Helping Your Pupils to be Resilient

    By Jen Allen, Michele Murray, Kelli Simmons

    Series: Little books of life skills

    For many children, school life is hard. They may have a learning difficulty or problems at home. They may feel left out or have trouble making friends. Other children may be stealing from them or bullying them. However, the good news is that children can form a protective understanding of...

    Published November 29th 2007 by David Fulton Publishers

  4. Helping Your Pupils to Communicate Effectively and Manage Conflict

    By Lynette Longaretti, Robyn English

    Series: Little books of life skills

    ‘Why can’t you just get along?’ This is a question children are commonly asked. But they will usually have a very ‘good’ reason for their conflict – ‘Because he’s always telling me what to do!’; ‘She stole my lunch!’. The fact is that any in social situation there is a potential for conflict. What...

    Published November 29th 2007 by David Fulton Publishers

  5. Helping your Pupils to Work Cooperatively

    By Kath Murdoch, Jeni Wilson

    Series: Little books of life skills

    The classroom is one of the few places where pupils are regularly required to share, wait, take turns, compromise and work in pairs or groups. And when they are involved in the same project or task, not only are they expected to get along with others, but to get along well – well enough to...

    Published November 29th 2007 by Routledge

  6. Helping Your Pupils to Ask Questions

    By Sally Godinho, Jeni Wilson

    Series: Little books of life skills

    Who? What? When? Where? Why? How? Asking questions has always been fundamental to making sense of the world. Unless we are able to critically question what we see, hear and read, we can’t solve problems, create solutions, make informed decisions or enact change. And in our information-laden age, it...

    Published November 29th 2007 by Routledge

  7. Helping your Pupils to Think for Themselves

    By Jeni Wilson, Kath Murdoch

    Series: Little books of life skills

    Possibly the biggest challenge teachers face in the classroom is getting their pupils to think for themselves. When children learn to think independently, they are able to take control of their own learning. What’s more, they become good at dealing with the many problems that life will inevitably...

    Published November 29th 2007 by Routledge

  8. Empowering Your Pupils Through Role-Play

    Exploring Emotions and Building Resilience

    By Rosanna Morales

    It can be hard to get children to talk about their feelings… Empowering Your Pupils through Role-play reveals the power of role-play in creating a safe space for students to explore emotions and build resilience through performance, discussion and the sharing of ideas, whilst enabling teachers to...

    Published November 22nd 2007 by Routledge

  9. Understanding Spelling

    By Olivia O'Sullivan, Anne Thomas

    How do children learn to spell and what kinds of teaching support them most effectively? Based on a three-year longitudinal study of children's spelling in different primary classrooms, Olivia O'Sullivan, Assistant Director of the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education and Anne Thomas, the former...

    Published April 20th 2007 by Routledge

  10. Science Education for Gifted Learners

    Edited by Keith S. Taber

    Science is central to our modern technological society, yet many of the most able pupils who could become the scientists of tomorrow turn away from science as soon as they have a choice in their studies. Science is often seen to be difficult or boring, and fails to engage or challenge those who are...

    Published April 12th 2007 by Routledge