Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Raising Boys' Achievement by Gary Wilson:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Raising Boys' Achievement written by Gary Wilson and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2016-08-25 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The educational underachievement of boys is a concern for educational professionals throughout the UK, and so is consistently at the top of most schools' agendas. There is no quick fix to tackle this issue and absolve it completely. There are, however, countless ways of addressing the issue which will help teachers support the boys in their class to reach their full potential. In his new book, established writer on boys' underachievement Gary Wilson gives teachers a way to tap into what is going on inside boys' heads, their experiences and their way of looking at the world around them, and how to value and build upon this in their practice to ensure they get the most of out their male students. Packed with practical lesson plans, activities and strategies, plus suggestions of how to take these ideas further, this book is ideal for all primary teachers who are looking to motivate boys in the classroom and move a step closer to closing the gap between male and female achievement in school.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Writing by Adam Bushnell:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Writing written by Adam Bushnell and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2020-06-11 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Experienced trio Adam Bushnell, Rob Smith (founder of The Literacy Shed) and David Waugh present 100 quick, exciting and inspiring writing activities for the primary classroom. Focusing on the underpinnings of literacy, including grammar, spelling and syntax, this must-have book provides ideas for '30-minute writes' – fun and engaging writing activities that can be completed within 30 minutes. The ideas can be completed in a standalone literacy session focusing on a particular writing skill, or incorporated into a longer session relating to literacy or even other subjects. With cross-curriculum links to blend writing and other subject areas such as history, art, PE, music and more, 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Writing is ideal for all teachers looking for fresh, invigorating ideas that have been tried and tested in primary classrooms.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding by Martin Burrett:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding written by Martin Burrett and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2018-08-09 with total page 144 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Coding comprises half of the National Curriculum strands for computing, and 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding is packed with resources that will give every teacher the confidence to deliver it. The easy-to-follow and practical activities in this book will be invaluable for all teachers, whether they are new to coding and just getting to grips with the basics, or are more experienced and wish to expand their repertoire. All the ideas have been carefully selected and written to be appropriate for the widest range of pupils' ages and abilities, and to be used with most coding platforms and devices – making them compatible with any existing scheme. Readers can also access and download additional free resources and templates online – 100 ideas is just the start!
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Maths by Shannen Doherty:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Maths written by Shannen Doherty and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2021-05-13 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Offering 100 fun, practical ideas for teaching primary maths, this is the perfect resource for teachers looking for creative ways to vary their practice. The activities cover the entire maths National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, from number and place value to fractions, measurement, geometry and algebra. The ideas are rooted in a mastery approach and are designed to support both struggling and able learners, but they can easily be embedded into any teaching method and work brilliantly in all classrooms. Whether you're looking to grow your confidence, find new inspiration or simply need one-off ideas, this is a must-have toolkit for you. From teaching proportion using playing cards to setting up a classroom shop to practise currency calculations, this book includes games, starters and open-ended investigations as well as tips for stretch and challenge. These ideas are designed to save teachers time, keep all children engaged and put the magic back into maths. Written by experts in their field, the 100 Ideas books offer practical ideas for busy teachers. They include step-by-step instructions, teaching tips and taking it further ideas. Follow the conversation on Twitter using #100Ideas.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Outdoor Learning by Adam Bushnell:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Outdoor Learning written by Adam Bushnell and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2020-04-02 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Outdoor Learning is packed with inspiring ideas to generate enthusiasm and engage pupils in learning through positive outdoor experiences. These can then be used as a stimulus for further learning back in the primary classroom. Suitable for any outdoor environment, Adam Bushnell and Sc.out.ed present tried-and-tested ideas that are not only learner-led but also promote hands-on, real-life learning. Covering a range of National Curriculum areas including literacy, design and technology, maths, science, history, art and geography, the activities involve learning through experimentation and problem solving. All ideas can be used as standalone lessons as well as to complement topic-based work. The activities ensure that pupils can experience a variety of practical learning lessons, helping them to build relationships with peers, reduce behaviour problems and encourage independence.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Engaging Parents by Janet Goodall:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Engaging Parents written by Janet Goodall and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2018-11-29 with total page 144 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Parental engagement with children's learning is the best lever we have to raise achievement in schools. However, there is a gap between what is known from the research and actual practice at the chalkface in schools. Parents are still often seen as 'helping' the school, rather than having a direct role in their children's learning. Bringing together one of the main researchers in the field and an educational consultant, this book utilises their experience to present 100 evidence-based ideas to help primary teachers engage parents in their children's learning. 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Engaging Parents presents ideas for supporting the most effective forms of parental engagement, which are grounded in both the literature in the field and practical experience of working with schools and families. This book offers a clear, concise and easy-to-use format that takes into account how busy schools and teachers truly are!
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Supporting EAL Learners by Chris Pim:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Supporting EAL Learners written by Chris Pim and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2018-04-19 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book is a brand new title in the bestselling 100 Ideas series, providing primary teachers with strategies and activities to support the induction, assessment and learning of pupils with English as an additional language (EAL). According to data collected by the Department for Education in 2016, over 20% of pupils in primary schools are exposed to a language other than English in their home, making this an essential resource for every teacher. EAL expert Chris Pim offers a range of ideas for use both in the classroom and to adopt as a whole-school approach. There is an emphasis on using ICT throughout the book, featuring advice on where to find the best software, resources and websites. Ideas include: setting up the classroom, parent conferences, cross-cultural maths, effective questioning techniques and running a 'Young Interpreter Scheme.' 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Supporting EAL Learners is a treasure trove of adaptable ideas to use for pupils who are beginners and advanced learners of EAL.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Sensory Processing Differences by Kim Griffin:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Sensory Processing Differences written by Kim Griffin and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2021-08-19 with total page 144 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This is a must-have book for all teachers wanting to understand sensory processing differences, identify them in the primary classroom and implement effective strategies to support their pupils. With 100 ideas for recognising common sensory differences, using sensory equipment, aiding pupils' learning and involving parents, this is the perfect book for primary teachers looking for strategies to create a fully inclusive learning environment for all. Occupational therapist Kim Griffin imparts her expertise with 100 informative, easy-to-use ideas to help improve learning experiences for both pupils and teachers. Between five and 16 per cent of the population is believed to be affected by sensory processing differences, and they are often linked to autism, ADHD, dyspraxia and other special educational needs. Ideal for teachers, teaching assistants and SENDCos in both mainstream and special schools, this book offers ideas such as how to use multi-sensory approaches to improve handwriting and how to use specific sensory equipment such as wobble cushions, chew toys and ear defenders. Written by experts in their field, 100 Ideas books offer practical ideas for busy teachers. They include step-by-step instructions, teaching tips, taking it further ideas and online resources. Follow the conversation on Twitter using #100Ideas
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Literacy by Rob Smith:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Literacy written by Rob Smith and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2018-01-11 with total page 128 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: From the creator of The Literacy Shed, 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Literacy is packed with new, interesting and practical ideas for new teachers as well as those whose classroom practice needs reinvigorating. The book covers all aspects of literacy in primary school, with sections on grammar, reading comprehension and writing skills. These sections take teachers from the basics through to some more complicated skills within literacy plus ideas for using fiction and non-fiction, the classics and Shakespeare. There is an emphasis on visual literacy and film literacy as it has so many benefits for students, in particular boys, who may be reluctant readers and writers.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Mindfulness in the Classroom by Tammie Prince:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Mindfulness in the Classroom written by Tammie Prince and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2017-10-19 with total page 176 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The development of mindfulness in the classroom arms children with life-long skills that support their current and future mental health and well-being. However, with an ever-growing curriculum, planning for yet another aspect within a school day can feel like an overwhelming task. This book provides teachers with quick, easy and simple ideas to support the development of mindfulness as an integrated part of the school day without compromising the everyday demands of the primary curriculum and the classroom. 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Mindfulness in the Classroom is filled with simple tried and tested activities that, when used in conjunction with each other in everyday practice, develop positive mental health skills for all children, including those with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Summary Book Review 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Numeracy Difficulties and Dyscalculia by Patricia Babtie:
Download or read book 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Numeracy Difficulties and Dyscalculia written by Patricia Babtie and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2017-04-20 with total page 192 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: 100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Numeracy Difficulties and Dyscalculia provides specially-designed games and activities to help build firm foundations in basic number concepts. All the ideas have been tried-and-tested in specialist and mainstream schools and are designed to encourage children to talk about numbers in a natural way using everyday contexts. The book begins with a focus on counting skills, before moving on to place value structure, multiplication and division. As well as teaching key facts, the ideas in this book will develop pupils' understanding so that they become flexible thinkers who can use numbers to solve a variety of mathematical problems. The ideas require minimum preparation and resources, and are perfect for use in mainstream and specialist classrooms, individual tuition sessions or as homework assignments.
Summary Book Review Raising Boys' Achievement in Primary Schools by Molly Warrington:
Download or read book Raising Boys' Achievement in Primary Schools written by Molly Warrington and published by Open University Press. This book was released on 2006-06 with total page 248 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Within the context of empirical research undertaken by the authors during the course of a 4-year research and intervention project on Raising Boysâ€™ Achievement, the book will focus on approaches that are successful in raising achievement for boys, and the reasons for that success. It will explore the whole aspect of boysâ€™ achievement, and look at how primary schools are addressing the issue, and the processes involved in schools working collaboratively and voluntarily to share good practice. Case study material will be used to illustrate the different contexts in which the strategies have been studied, and of great importance is the incorporation of boysâ€™ and girlsâ€™ own perspectives on their educational experiences.
Summary Book Review Preparing to Teach in Secondary Schools by Val Brooks:
Download or read book Preparing to Teach in Secondary Schools written by Val Brooks and published by . This book was released on 2004 with total page 384 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: â¬SA â¬ ̃must readâ¬" not only for trainees but for all those concerned about the development of teaching as a profession.â¬ Journal of Inservice Education"The contributors to this volume â¬" all experienced and highly regarded educators in their own right â¬" have produced a wide-ranging, up-to-date and research-based introduction to the whole gamut of professional topics and issues with which beginning teachers need to be familiar if they are to develop into accomplished practitioners. This is a â¬ ̃must readâ¬" for all who are serious about learning to teach in secondary schools and aspire to become informed professionals equipped to make a difference through enhancing the life chances of young people." - Professor Michael S. Totterdell, Director, Institute of Education, Manchester Metropolitan Universityâ¬SAn excellent introduction to all of the core professional issues that trainee teachers need to address during their trainingâ¬¦ a first port of call for all student teachers keen to understand the challenges involved in becoming a professional teacher in today's schools.â¬ Professor John Furlong, Director, Department of Educational Studies, Oxford UniversityPreparing to Teach in Secondary Schools is key reading for all trainee secondary school teachers. It covers the range of core professional skills that student teachers need to acquire irrespective of their subject specialism or their training route. It also considers recent developments in teaching, exploring the opportunities and challenges they present for those about to enter the profession. Topics covered include: Relationships with paraprofessionals and other adults in the classroomNew opportunities created by technological advances New thinking on teachersâ¬" professionalism and teacher leadership Data-rich approaches to managing school and pupil performance Assessment for learningGovernment reforms and initiatives.Preparing to Teach in Secondary Schools is also suitable for use by newly qualified teachers to support their early professional development.The book encourages readers to engage with ideas presented in the book, and offers students:An interactive approach â¬" Chapters start with a set of objectives and contain a mix of tasks and activities, case studies and scenarios to which readers are invited to respond. Practical examples and illustrations make abstract or unfamiliar ideas easier to grasp.Self-contained tasks â¬" Most tasks can be completed there and then. For instance, if a task requires readers to analyse pupil performance data, a suitable example is provided. Contributors: Ian Abbott, Chris Bills, Liz Bills, Val Brooks, Jo Crozier, Paul Elliott, Judith Everington, Mick Hammond, Alma Harris, Dimitra Hartas, Sandra Howard, Prue Huddleston, Chris Husbands, Alison Kitson, Peter Lang, Daniel Muijs, Susan Orlik, Kate Shilvock, Emma Westcott
Summary Book Review Reassessing Gender and Achievement by Becky Francis:
Download or read book Reassessing Gender and Achievement written by Becky Francis and published by Psychology Press. This book was released on 2005 with total page 200 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This text draws together the findings and arguments from the vast array of material available on this topic, in order to provide a comprehensive and clear overview of the various debates about, and explanations for gender and achievement.