Now updated with coverage on babies and early reading, language acquisition and how children learn, this new edition continues to provide trainees and teachers with a broad understanding of teaching reading and phonics.
The book critically reviews a range of approaches to expansive learning and organizational research, establishing the bases and limitations of an Expansive Learning Index whose aim is to support collaborative provision in the context of work-based research.
A literary science fiction thriller in the vein of P. K. Dick. In 2023, Saskia Brandt has 12 hours to find a murderer and clear her name. The investigation will lead her do challenge her identity. David Proctor is on the run with a prototype AI, seeking justice for his dead wife. Whilst in the USA the testing of a time machine is nearly complete.
How do we know what works in primary schools? The answer lies in research. In understanding, conducting, disseminating and learning from research. This book is your guide to research in primary education.
When JB is served with an ASBO and sent to paint beach huts in Kent, it looks as if he has a chance to turn his life around. But then he encounters Moey and his gang. Only his attraction to Sal gives him a reason to keep going. But a storm is coming that threatens to shatter his hopes and destroy the relationship that could redeem him.
This progressive new text shows how professionals can work as a team to provide seamless treatment that puts the patient first. By exploring the concept of care from different perspectives and discussing the values and ethics each group brings, it links the goals of patient-centred practice and interprofessionalism for the first time.
A magical winter's tale about a very special friendship, just in time for Christmas. Lucy has a big secret ... Santa's left her a little reindeer in the garden shed! But Starlight is poorly, and Santa won't be able to deliver any presents if he's not well in time. Can Lucy make Starlight better and save Christmas?
Provides guidance on how to teach English to language students with drama. This book covers the sector of teaching English language students using drama, plays and with theatre techniques. It also covers various subjects including how to plan class work, choosing appropriate texts, and working with students with theatrical techniques.
With a strong focus on using less traditional forms of data the Third Edition provides a new perspective on issues such as the role of the researcher and the impact they have on data, and also considers the impact of social, cultural and political complexities across a range of disciplines.
In a post-apocalyptic world where no-one lives beyond their teenage years, the mysterious Roxanne arrives in Cyrus's village, fleeing the barbaric Zeds. She claims to be on a mission that can save them all, but can she be trusted? Cyrus joins her in her quest for the legendary Soterion, but the Zeds are determined to get there first.
The First Northern Ireland Peace Process covers the various attempts to end the 'Troubles' from 1972-76. These attempts included secret talks with the Provisional IRA and a parallel process to build a political consensus between the British and Irish Governments and the main constitutional parties in Northern Ireland.
With chapter sequencing following the new Curriculum, this book supports trainee teachers to make use of the opportunities presented in the National Curriculum for effective and engaging Primary Science teaching.
A short lived series created by Joss Whedon, Firefly nonetheless developed such a loyal following that Whedon was compelled to write and direct a big screen sequel in 2005. The show continues to generate a life of its own in books and comic books. This collection of twelve essays focuses on a number of themes including colonialism, race, gender, and politics.
Offers comprehensive recipes and meal plans to follow so the entire family can take part in making your child a happy and confident eater. This book also includes: simple advice on how to start; essential at-a-glance information on nutrition and food safety; and, ideas for quick snacks and lunch boxes as well as desserts and family dinners.
Breastfeeding is easy when you follow your baby's natural instincts. Forget stressful routines, painful breasts and problems with milk supply. With practical advice on interpreting your baby's needs, this title explains in simple terms how breastfeeding works and why staying in tune with your baby is the key to effortless feeding.
Encourages student and practising teachers to engage with and reflect on key topics, concepts and debates in subject teaching. This title is suitable for all students studying at Masters Level and Education Studies students considering subject teaching in depth.
Introduces parents to a fresh approach to feeding their child, allowing the baby to join in with family meals right from the start of the weaning process. This book offers fast, simple recipes so that the entire family can take part in making your baby a happy and confident eater, no matter what the pressures are on your time.
The Invention of Illusions: International Perspectives on Paul Auster is a collection of essays on Auster's recent novels and films. Following the example of Beyond the Red Notebook (1995), STEFANIA CIOCIA and JESUS A.
This book is largely a collection of the papers presented at the symposium Olympism, Olympic Education and Learning Legacies, organised by the Comite Internationale Pierre de Coubertin (CIPC). It was held during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, United Kingdom.