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Pocket Pal Multiple Intelligences

Author : Mike Fleetham
ISBN : 9781472909657
Genre : Education
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Packed with ready-to-use activities to get you started, this fully updated book provides a pocket-sized selection of ideas that will help you to infuse Multiple Intelligences into everyday teaching. The practical teaching strategies covered have been tailored to encourage awareness and use of MI in the classroom at both primary and secondary level.
Category: Education

Multiple Intelligences

Author : Mike Fleetham
ISBN : UVA:X030255461
Genre : Education
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Part of the major new Pocket PAL series, this book explains all about Multiple Intelligence theory and how to use it
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Pocket Pal Making Learning Fun

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ISBN : 1855391066
Genre : Education
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Enjoyable learning makes for effective learning>
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Ways Of Learning

Author : Alan Pritchard
ISBN : 9781315460598
Genre : Education
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While most teachers are skilled in providing opportunities for the progression of children’s learning, it is sometimes without fully understanding the theory behind it. With greater insight into what is currently known about the processes of learning and about individual learners, teachers are better equipped to provide experiences and situations that are more likely to lead to effective acquisition of knowledge, concepts and skills. Ways of Learning has been widely used and now, fully updated, it seeks to provide further insight into the ways in which learning takes place, which teachers can make use of in their planning and teaching, including: ? an overview of learning ? behaviourism and the beginning of theory ? cognitive and constructivist learning ? multiple intelligences and learning styles ? difficulties with learning ? the influence of neuropsychology ? other theories, philosophies and names ? relating theory to practice. The fourth edition of this book includes developments in areas covered in the preceding editions, as well as expanding on certain topics to bring about a wider perspective; most notably, a new consideration of learning styles and a new chapter detailing important thinkers and writers from the history of education and their continuing influence along with other theories, ideas and thoughts not included in the rest of the book. The book also reflects changes in government policy and is closely related to new developments in practice. Written for trainee teachers, serving teachers and others interested in learning for various reasons, Ways of Learning serves as a valuable introduction for students setting out on higher degree work who are in need of an introduction to the topic.
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Multiple Intelligences In Practice

Author : Mike Fleetham
ISBN : 1855391414
Genre : Education
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The theory of multiple intelligences (MI) shows that there is much more to intelligence than high IQ, good spelling or quick mental maths. This guide gives an introduction to MI and provides examples of how you can use it in your teaching. It also includes activities to explore MI, and suggests ways to build MI into everyday teaching.
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Pocket Pal Building Learning In Mathematics

Author : Stephanie Prestage
ISBN : UCSC:32106018914009
Genre : Education
File Size : 83.74 MB
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Building Learning in Mathematics is about generating deep progress in mathematics so that students who struggle with this subject learn more mathematics, get better at learning mathematics and feel better about themselves as mathematics students. This means that they gain in confidence and self-esteem, and can remember and transfer their knowledge.
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Creating Extra Ordinary Teachers

Author : Branton Shearer
ISBN : 1855393905
Genre : Education
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Creating ExtraOrdinary Teachers helps teachers identify and evaluate their unique profile of leadership skills and demonstrates the strategic use and development of those gifts both in and out of the classroom. Inspired by the stories of extraordinarily effective leaders around the world, it provides a framework for understanding how even "ordinary" teachers can identify, value and maximize the potential of their unique intellectual gifts. This book is focused on developing the leadership capabilities of educators, but the ideas and strategies apply equally well to corporate trainers, management developers and even parents, who are their children's first and most influential "teachers."
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Pocket Pal Building Learning In Mathematics

Author : Stephanie Prestage
ISBN : UCSC:32106018914009
Genre : Education
File Size : 45.36 MB
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Building Learning in Mathematics is about generating deep progress in mathematics so that students who struggle with this subject learn more mathematics, get better at learning mathematics and feel better about themselves as mathematics students. This means that they gain in confidence and self-esteem, and can remember and transfer their knowledge.
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Moving To Secondary School

Author : Lynda Measor
ISBN : 1855392003
Genre : Education
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Transfer from primary to secondary school is one of the most significant and difficult steps in a child?s life. This educational transition coincides with physical and emotional changes, as well as significant ?rewiring? within the brain. Evidence suggests that this time is one of both profound anxiety and optimistic expectation.Such strong feelings and daunting changes inevitably affect children?s emotional well-being and sense of self. Successful transition is crucial to a child?s secondary school career. Pupils who fail to settle are more likely to become alienated and disruptive and suffer the well-known academic ?dip?.Moving to Secondary School helps teachers to understand and ease children?s anxieties and to focus on the positive. The book tackles worries about organizational aspects of secondary school life, such as school size, timetable and workload, and personal concerns about making friends, being bullied and getting on with teachers. It also considers how teaching differs between primary and secondary, and how special programmes can offer continuity in students? learning, while allowing for the discontinuity that signals children becoming more grown up.Working from careful background research and case studies, the book suggests short activities and longer-term programmes including:otaster day and fun day visits to secondary schoolsoteacher exchanges between primary and secondary schoolsospecial parents? eveningsosummer holiday projects and induction activitiesoutilizing peer mentorsocreative writing, role play, discussion and gamesotransition passports and diariesolearning style and multiple intelligence profilesothinking skills activities for inductionoexercises to promote self-confidence and improve social skills.
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