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Social and emotional aspects of learning (SEAL) for secondary schools: national strategies secondary

Social and emotional aspects of learning (SEAL) is a comprehensive, whole-school approach to promoting the social and emotional skills that underpin effective learning, positive behaviour, regular attendance, staff effectiveness and the emotional health and well-being of all who learn and work in schools.


Embedded formative assessment

In this book Dylan Wiliam argues that quality of teachers is the single most important factor in the education system. He outlines the many possible ways in...

Running a prep room: L248a

Everything a technician needs to run a successful prep room. Includes what should be in a prep room, how to work and manage safely, how to plan for work, including preparing for lessons, servicing laboratories, and managing resources. Is accompanied by a companion booklet (L248b) which contains a range of useful...

Nuffield STEM games/futures: 11-14 cross-curricular projects

Cross-curricular skills-based project work for 11-14-year-olds based on the theme of sustainability

Making meaning: learning through logovisual thinking

Making Meaning provides unique guidance for teachers and other professionals in education, equipping them to use many practical and creative thinking methodologies. It deals with the teaching and use of thinking skills through the perspective of making meaning. It introduces logovisual thinking as a generic method...

Learning to learn: making learning work for all students

User-friendly, interactive, accessible and practical, "Learning to Learn" brings science and brain theory to the arena of teaching and learning. Garry Burnett leads us through a compelling process to find the best learning strategies for each individual - using both sides of the brain and every aspect of the...

Key stage 3 national strategy: maximising progress: ensuring the attainment of pupils with SEN

One of the major barriers to achievement for pupils with SEN or a disability is being rendered dependent on adults to help them learn. Many pupils with cognitive and learning difficulties lack self-confidence. This results in an over-reliance on an adult to support them with their work. SENCOs should be alert to...

James May's 20th century

'Top Gear' presenter James May takes a look at some of the most interesting and innovative 20th Century inventions and explores how they have shaped the world we live in. Over the course of these six episodes, James looks at advances in aviation, warfare, medicine, and much more.

Inspiration: version 8

For visual mapping, outlining, writing and making presentations, use Inspiration® 9, the ultimate thinking and learning tool. Brainstorm ideas, structure your thoughts and visually communicate concepts to strengthen understanding with the Diagram and Map Views. To take notes, organize information, and structure...

Inside the black box: raising standards through classroom assessment

Practical, concise and easily absorbed in one sitting by busy teachers Offers evidence-based ideas and advice on the improvement of classroom assessment Can lead to significant gains in student education and achievement Edited and written by the leading authorities on assessment for learning.


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