Glue Ear is a common condition among young children but until recently its long-term effects on learning and achievement weren't fully understood. Lindsay Peer's research has found significant links between the condition and literacy difficulties - including dyslexia. As well as helping teachers to understand the potential consequences of temporary hearing loss, this book will be useful for health professionals who may be aware of the medical implications of Glue Ear but not the educational reverberations. Similarly, parents of chi... read more
A collection of modern and traditional folk stories that includes stories for challenging behaviours such as dishonesty, stealing, bullying and fighting; and stories for challenging situations such as moving house, a new baby, nightmares, illness or grieving.
Supporting students to be confident, enthusiastic and effective learners is a central purpose of education. We want students who have high expectations of themselves as learners - students who set goals for their learning and who work with their teachers to construct enjoyable, challenging learning pathways. We also want teachers who have the skills to help their students achieve those goals. Clarity in the Classroom is designed to help teachers create the relationships and processes that lead to effective teaching and learning. Us... read more
Much research has focused on dyslexia and co-ordination. This book examines the literature and provides a framework to support pupils with dyslexia, not only during PE lessons but in less structured environments, for example during break time when pupils are likely to be involved in physical activities.