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Tin Whistle Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Tin Whistle (Free Audio Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play tin whistle with our easy tin whistle lessons for beginners. Covers the important techniques required to learn to play the tin whistle including tonguing, playing staccato and legato...


Open Tuning Guitar Lessons: Teach Yourself How to Play Guitar (Free Video Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com, Brett Duncan & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play guitar with our easy open tuning guitar lessons. Covers popular alternative tunings including dropped-D, dropped-G and many open chord tunings. Also covers the important techniques...


Progressive Guitar Method - Theory: Teach Yourself How to Play Guitar (Free Audio Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play guitar with our easy guitar theory lessons for beginners. Includes 70 guitar exercises geared towards learning music theory, guitar solos and popular easy guitar songs for beginners...


Jazz Bass Guitar Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Bass (Free Audio Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Stephan Richter

Teach yourself how to play bass guitar with our easy jazz bass lessons for beginners. Covers the important techniques required to learn to play the jazz bass including how to play intervals, chord arpeggios...


Violin Lessons: Teach Yourself How to Play Violin (Free Audio Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play violin with our easy violin lessons for beginners. Covers all essential techniques including how to hold the violin, various bowing techniques and how to play pizzicato. Shows how...


Slap Bass Guitar Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Bass Guitar (Free Video Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com & Peter Gelling

Teach yourself how to play bass guitar with our easy slap bass lessons for beginners. Covers the important techniques required to learn to play the slap bass including thumb slapping, popping, left hand hammers,...


Jazz Guitar Lessons for Beginners: Teach Yourself How to Play Guitar (Free Audio Available)

by LearnToPlayMusic.com, Gary Turner & Steve Sutton

Teach yourself how to play guitar with our easy jazz guitar lessons for beginners. Covers the important techniques required to learn to play the jazz guitar including jazz guitar chords for beginners, jazz blues...


Applied Linguists Needed: Cross-Disciplinary Networking in Endangered Language Contexts

by Lida Cope

It is a fact that the world's languages are dying at an alarming rate. This comprehensive volume aspires to raise awareness among applied linguists and language practitioners about the needs and concerns of...


Thinking and Learning Skills: Volume 1: Relating Instruction to Research

by J. W Segal, S. F. Chipman & R. Glaser

First Published in 1985. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


How to Stop Bullying in Your School

by George Varnava

By providing teachers with a practical intervention program to prevent bullying in their schools, this book gives the reader tried and tested strategies to tackle a very challenging problem.

Creating a safe...


Help in the Classroom

by Margaret H Balshaw

First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Yeah Right! Adolescents in the Classroom

by Rob Long

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...


Loss and Separation

by Rob Long

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...


Better Behaviour

by Rob Long

Many children have all sorts of difficulties in their lives, which set up barriers to learning; this book explains how teacheres can help them to face personal challenges. This book includes:

  • ideas for "stress-proofing"...


Ict for Young People with Sen: A Handbook for Tutors

by Nicole Taylor & John Chacksfield

Learning about ICT has all sorts of benefits for young people with SEN but for anyone planning a course, knowing where to start can be difficult. This manual is packed full of practical know-how. It includes:...


Displays and Interest Tables

by Jayne Olpin

Conveying how collections and displays can become the focus for much discussion and debate in circle time, and how they can be linked to other play areas and themes running throughout the nursery, Displays and...


Siblings: Brothers and Sisters of Children with Special Needs

by Kate Strohm

The siblings of children with special needs are often the overlooked ones in families struggling to cope.

Kate Strohm is an experienced health professional and journalist who has sister with cerebral palsy....


The Health Handbook for Schools

by Adrian Brooke & Steve Welton

This handbook allows rapid reference to conditions commonly encountered in school-aged children, and to rare diseases as well. It focuses particularly on the impact of the condition on the child's ability to...


Epilepsy: A Practical Guide

by Mike Johnson & Gill Parkinson

This book looks at epilepsy in children. How is it classified, managed and treated? What is the impact on the family and the child involved? How does this affect progress in school and access to the curriculum?...


Curriculum and the Teacher: 35 years of the Cambridge Journal of Education

by Nigel Norris

Even though the curriculum can be tightly specified and controlled by strong accountability mechanisms, it is teachers who decisively shape the educational experiences of children and young people at school....