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The Beginner’s Guide to Cooperative Learning: Make Your Learners Your Main...

The authors describe ‘collaborative’ or ‘cooperative’ learning as a term that refers to structured shared activities which can stimulate thought and conversation about a...

Me? An Author

Judith Carter makes the case that the publication of a book is the ideal way to share your observations and practical experiences. Writing a book...

World Book Day celebrates its 25th anniversary

Committed to promote reading for pleasure and offer every child a book of their own World Book Day celebrates its 25th birthday on 3rd March...

Happy School 365

Action Jackson is an inspirational keynote speaker and the founder of Fix Up Seminars, a company that has worked with thousands of students and...

Tails From the Classroom

There is a growing interest in bringing animals into the classroom, as well as in therapeutic interventions. In this book, the authors bring together...

How to Get Kids Offline, Outdoors and Connecting With Nature

Bonnie Thomas is a Child and Family Counselor based in the U.S. who incorporates creative expression, art and nature based activities into the work...

A Practical Guide For All Providers of early Years Education Caring...

This colourful guide to SEND has been written by an experienced early years teacher and writer, in collaboration with a parent of a child...

The Ultimate Guide to SLCN

This ebook is designed to help SENCOs, school staff and others supporting pupils with SLCN in schools. In the introduction the authors point out...

Teaching Rebooted

Jon Tait is Director of School Improvement and Deputy CEO at a multi-academy trust. He is also the author of four books on teaching...

Turning a page

Mary Mountstephen examines current trends in SEN publishing and asks how print is faring in the digital age

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