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Strategic Planning for Private Higher Education

by Robert E Stevens, David L Loudon & Kenneth W Oosting

With Strategic Planning for Private Higher Education you will improve your effectiveness in strategic planning to ensure the growth, success, and viability of your institution. The book's emphasis on tested...

Teaching Reading to Every Child

by Diane Lapp, James Flood & Cynthia H. Brock

This book introduces pre-service&in-service teachers to the most current theories& methods for teaching reading to children in elementary schools.The methods presented are based on scientific findings that have...

International Schools and International Education: Improving Teaching, Management and Quality

by Mary (Director of Studies, Centr Hayden & Jeff (Professor and Director, Thompson

This work tackles the issues that staff and management of international schools need to address in order to ensure that their teaching and organization is of a high standard and quality. It contains a wide range...

Extra Learning: Out of School Learning and Study Support in Practice

by Kay, Andrews

A discussion of out-of-school learning (OSHL), study support and extra-curricular activities. It describes why out-of-school learning is essential in helping to develop learning, and how to go about establishing...

An Inspector Calls: Ofsted and Its Effect on School Standards

by Cedric (Professor, School o Cullingford

The UK government's education policy is based on the setting of targets, yet the fear and loathing that an Ofsted inspection can generate is widely known. This text critically assesses the role, impact and effect...

Modern Educational Myths

by Bob, O'Hagan

Focusing on some of the fallacies in the education system in the UK, the contributors to this text dissect controversial topics including: are higher pass rates the key to success?; is school really a community?;...

Mentoring and Tutoring by Students

by Sinclair (Director, Humanities Goodlad

Schemes involving students as tutors are in place in many countries. This work aims to stimulate and encourage the use of an educational technique through which teachers in tertiary and secondary education can...

A Practical Guide to Staff Development and Appraisal in Schools

by Helen, Horne & Anthony, Pierce

This guide contains an overview of existing successful appraisal practices and practical suggestions for both those managing and undertaking appraisal. The book takes into account up-to-date policies and changes...

Managing Teachers as Professionals in Schools

by Hugh (Lecturer in Education, Lou Busher & Rene (Honorary Visiting Fellow, I Saran

This text examines the challenges facing education managers as the introduction of the National Curriculum, a number of Education Acts and the reorganization of management, have altered the concepts of teacher...

Simulations: a Handbook for Teachers and Trainers

by Ken, Jones

This text provides practical advice and guidance on all aspects of choosing, using, designing, running and assessing simulations. This edition has been updated to include new simulations, references and practical...

The Management of Mentoring: Policy Issues

by Derek (Associate, School of Educ Glover & George (Lecturer, School of Educ Mardle

As initial teacher education moves increasingly to the school, mentoring is becoming an ever more crucial part of the training process. This book examines the policy issues surrounding mentoring, at both the...

Gender, Colonialism and Education: An International Perspective

by Joyce Goodman & Jane Martin

An examination of the ways in which gender intersects with informal and formal education in England, Germany, Indonesia, South Africa, USA and the Netherlands. The book looks at various issues including: citizenship;...

Versions of Primary Education

by Robin Alexander

Getting to the heart of primary education: six contrasting studies of teachers, teaching, learning and classroom discourse, all set in a historical frame. Contains extended lesson transcripts for re-analysis....

Learning to Teach in Higher Education

by Paul Ramsden

This bestselling book is a unique introduction to the practice of university teaching and its underlying theory. This new edition has been fully revised and updated in view of the extensive changes which have...

Introducing Apel

by Maggie Challis

The fact that learning accumulates and exists outside an education or training environment cannot be disputed. Yet traditionally, it is only institutional, certificated learning that carries any status. Accreditation...

Mathematics in the Early Years

by David Clemson & Wendy Clemson

This clearly written book from two well-known and prominent authors, looks at how children learn, and discusses how to manage, assess and evaluate maths in the school and classroom.

Science 7-11: Developing Primary Teaching Skills

by Clive Carre & Carrie Ovens

As one of the core areas of the curriculum, science provides particular challenges, especially to teachers working at the top end of the elementary school range. Science 7-11 invites science teachers working...

Managing Special Needs in the Primary School

by Mrs Joan Dean

The Code of Practice on the Identification and Assessment of Special Educational Needs has significantly changed the way in which schools assess and provide for pupils with special needs.

The various chapters...

History 7-11: Developing Primary Teaching Skills

by Jacqui Dean & Jon Nichol

Learning history is remembered by many teachers as a passive process involving 'learning dates'. In this book, the emphasis is on 'doing history' - making sense of the past through the process of investigation...

Differentiation and Diversity in the Primary School

by Eve Bearne

Differentiation is a key part of effective teaching; structuring learning experiences to suit the needs of the individual child plays a major part in the quality of the education that child receives. However,...