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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. Creating Writers in the Primary Classroom

    Practical Approaches to Inspire Teachers and their Pupils

    By Miles Tandy, Jo Howell

    Teachers in English schools have now had ten years of prescriptive national literacy strategies and it is time for a new approach. This book encourages children from their early years to think of themselves as writers who have something to write and know how to write it. Creating Writers in...

    Published May 8th 2008 by David Fulton Publishers

  3. Every Child Matters

    A Practical Guide for Teaching Assistants

    By Rita Cheminais

    This essential and ground-breaking resource for all practising and aspiring teaching assistants brings together all the crucial information necessary to support the full diversity of learners, from Early Years to Key Stage 4 in one comprehensive volume. Based on the revised National Occupational...

    Published April 14th 2008 by David Fulton Publishers

  4. Unlocking Assessment

    Understanding for Reflection and Application

    Edited by Sue Swaffield

    Series: Unlocking Series

    Assessment is inextricably linked with learning and teaching, and its profile in British schools has never been higher. Recently the value and importance of formative assessment in supporting learning and teaching has also become widely recognised. Although assessment is a prime concern of anyone...

    Published March 31st 2008 by David Fulton Publishers

  5. Using Circle Time for PHSE and Citizenship

    A Year’s Plan for Key Stage 2 Teachers

    By Daphne Gutteridge, Vivien Smith

    Imagine having a year’s worth of lesson plans at your fingertips… PHSE and Citizenship in Circle Time is an invaluable resource for teachers and classroom assistants. Covering the PHSE/citizenship national curriculum for key stage 2 this practical companion provides a year’s worth of circle time...

    Published January 17th 2008 by David Fulton Publishers

  6. Leading and Managing Teaching Assistants

    A Practical Guide for School Leaders, Managers, Teachers and Higher-Level Teaching Assistants

    By Anne Watkinson

    There are more than 200,000 teaching assistants(TAs) in the UK. This comprehensive, practical book deals with how to make use of them effectively. Written by a recognised authority on TAs the book investigates the roles of leadership and management the various roles of TAs and what...

    Published December 20th 2007 by David Fulton Publishers

  7. Inspirational – and Cautionary – Tales for Would-be School Leaders

    By Gerald Haigh

    Based upon Gerald Haigh’s acclaimed weekly column in the Times Educational Supplement, this book is a lively and refreshing look at what it takes to get on in teaching. Touching on everything from the legacy of Ted Wragg to the film Brokeback Mountain the author’s incise eye will give teachers...

    Published December 6th 2007 by Routledge

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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