Managing Teachers’ Time in Primary Schools

  • R.J. Campbell
This paper examines evidence about the nature of primary teaching and work after the Education Reform Act, and discusses policy issues concerning teachers’ workloads, staffing levels, the broad and balanced curriculum, and assessment and recording. Implications for heads and governors are explored.
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  • R.J. Campbell
This paper examines evidence about the nature of primary teaching and work after the Education Reform Act, and discusses policy issues concerning teachers’ workloads, staffing levels, the broad and balanced curriculum, and assessment and recording. Implications for heads and governors are explored.

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Managing Learning in the Primary Classroom

  • Neville Bennett
This paper examines evidence about how teachers might organise their pupils’ learning and discusses the support needed from headteachers and governors.
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  • Neville Bennett
This paper examines evidence about how teachers might organise their pupils’ learning and discusses the support needed from headteachers and governors.

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Listening Figures

Listening to Learners of Mathematics at Secondary School and Above

  • John Mason
  • Jenny Houssart
  • Alan Graham
Reports on what is gained by listening to school students, undergraduates and adult learners. Suitable for secondary teachers, classroom assistants, adult numeracy tutors and lecturers, and for people preparing for these roles, this book considers the place of learners’ voices in their own future teaching.
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Listening to Learners of Mathematics at Secondary School and Above

  • John Mason
  • Jenny Houssart
  • Alan Graham
Reports on what is gained by listening to school students, undergraduates and adult learners. Suitable for secondary teachers, classroom assistants, adult numeracy tutors and lecturers, and for people preparing for these roles, this book considers the place of learners’ voices in their own future teaching.

Price: £17.99

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Insights from the Playgroup Movement

Equality and Autonomy in Voluntary Organisation

  • Ann Henderson
The playgroup movement reached 50 in 2011, yet the Pre-school Playgroups Association which founded it failed after 30 years. The reasons for its failure, explored here, are crucial because PPA embodied many qualities that government and policy makers to achieve right now, tapping reserves of learning potential in children and whole communities.
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Equality and Autonomy in Voluntary Organisation

  • Ann Henderson
The playgroup movement reached 50 in 2011, yet the Pre-school Playgroups Association which founded it failed after 30 years. The reasons for its failure, explored here, are crucial because PPA embodied many qualities that government and policy makers to achieve right now, tapping reserves of learning potential in children and whole communities.

Price: £21.99

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Improving Primary Schools, Improving Communities

  • Tony Cotton
  • Jasbir Mann
  • Anna Hassen
  • Stella Nickolay
The authors show how a multi-ethnic primary school can meet the rigorous targets set by the government when policy and practice are underpinned by observing the norms of social justice. The book offers a realistic model of inclusive practice.
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  • Tony Cotton
  • Jasbir Mann
  • Anna Hassen
  • Stella Nickolay
The authors show how a multi-ethnic primary school can meet the rigorous targets set by the government when policy and practice are underpinned by observing the norms of social justice. The book offers a realistic model of inclusive practice.

Price: £19.99

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Eco-Literacy for Primary Schools

  • Alan Peacock
Written in non-academic language, this work demystifies concepts relating to ecology and sustainable development at a time when these ideas are being introduced into the curriculum. It provides a range of examples which reflect the everyday experiences of teachers and children.
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  • Alan Peacock
Written in non-academic language, this work demystifies concepts relating to ecology and sustainable development at a time when these ideas are being introduced into the curriculum. It provides a range of examples which reflect the everyday experiences of teachers and children.

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The Early Years

Laying the Foundations for Racial Equality

  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
Sets out the knowledge and understanding required to provide an education and care service for young children that is free of racial discrimination. The book addresses the central concepts in racial inequality and the ways that these occur in the early years.
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Laying the Foundations for Racial Equality

  • Iram Siraj-Blatchford
Sets out the knowledge and understanding required to provide an education and care service for young children that is free of racial discrimination. The book addresses the central concepts in racial inequality and the ways that these occur in the early years.

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The Early Impact and Long Term Implications of the Grant-maintained Schools Policy: No. 4

  • David Halpin
  • John Fitz
  • Sally Power
An exploration of the process and likely consequences of the British Government’s introduction of grant-maintained schools as an instrument for restructuring the education service of England and Wales.
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  • David Halpin
  • John Fitz
  • Sally Power
An exploration of the process and likely consequences of the British Government’s introduction of grant-maintained schools as an instrument for restructuring the education service of England and Wales.

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Early Childhoods in a Changing World

  • Margaret M. Clark
  • Stanley Tucker
How is the nature of childhood changing? What challenges do children face as they grow up? This book examines: the impact of new technologies, policy, and early education; poverty, changing family circumstances and living in care; and case studies of childhood in certain African countries, the UK, US, Australia, and, Western and Eastern Europe.
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  • Margaret M. Clark
  • Stanley Tucker
How is the nature of childhood changing? What challenges do children face as they grow up? This book examines: the impact of new technologies, policy, and early education; poverty, changing family circumstances and living in care; and case studies of childhood in certain African countries, the UK, US, Australia, and, Western and Eastern Europe.

Price: £20.99

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Early Childhood Education: No. 7

A New Era?

  • Angela Anning
In the past decade both government and opposition have recognised the crucial national importance of early childhood education. But, the result has been a confusion of promises and plans and a lack of coherent policy. This is a review of the complex history and an outline of a coherent strategy.
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A New Era?

  • Angela Anning
In the past decade both government and opposition have recognised the crucial national importance of early childhood education. But, the result has been a confusion of promises and plans and a lack of coherent policy. This is a review of the complex history and an outline of a coherent strategy.

Price: £4.95

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