Disability and Social Media Global Perspectives
500 ICT Tips for Primary Teachers
500 Tips for Primary School Teachers
500 Tips on Group Learning
500 Computing Tips for Teachers and Lecturers
500 Tips for School Improvement
500 Tips for Open and Online Learning
500 Tips for Teachers
Differentiation and Integration
Measurement of Executive Function in Early Childhood A Special Issue of Developmental Neuropsychology
500 Tips for Research Students
By Katie Ellis, Mike Kent
January 22, 2018
Social media is popularly seen as an important media for people with disability in terms of communication, exchange and activism. These sites potentially increase both employment and leisure opportunities for one of the most traditionally isolated groups in society. However, the offline ...
By Higgins, Steve, Pickard, Nick, Race, Phil
February 01, 1999
Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has been the focus of much debate and development within education, especially in the primary sector. This text offers tried and tested ideas for using IT effectively across the whole primary curriculum....
By Sally Brown, Phil Race
April 01, 2000
Including sections on creative thinking, problems in groups, feedback mechanisms, dealing with conflict, and gender issues within groups, this volume is designed to aid educators and trainers to create more effective group learning situations....
By McDowell, Steven, Race, Phil, McDowell, Steve
December 01, 1999
This text provides user friendly advice and support for school teachers and lecturers in further and higher education who need to know what information technology and computers can do for their work....
By Brown, Sally (Educational Development Advisor, University of Northumbria), Horne, Helen
April 01, 1997
Schools now have to prove that they are effective learning organizations. To achieve this, management competences must evolve at the same time as staff development and training. This text provides useful tips covering all aspects of school management and individual effectiveness....
By Phil Race
January 13, 2005
All types of organisations have recognised the growing demand for open and flexible learning programmes. With the increased emphasis on new ways of learning, and the rapid move towards open and online courses, this practical guide will help those involved overcome the challenges they face. This ...
By Brown, Sally, Race, Phil, Smith, Brenda
August 01, 1997
This handbook seeks to provide practical, realistic suggestions about how quality can be measured, maintained and improved in institutions. It is addressed to a cross-section of staff who make up colleges and universities, not just those responsible for quality audit....
By Brown, Sally, Earlam, Carolyn, Race, Phil
September 01, 1998
This updated text takes account of the changes that have occurred through technological advances, and has sections to cover ICT in the classroom. It is suitable for both new and experienced teachers in primary, further and higher education....
By W. Bolton
January 13, 2017
This book is concerned with the principles of differentiation and integration. The principles are then applied to solve engineering problems. A familiarity with basic algebra and a basic knowledge of common functions, such as polynomials, trigonometric, exponential, logarithmic and hyperbolic is ...
By Clancy Blair, Philip D. Zelazo, Mark T. Greenberg
January 13, 2017
During the past decade, a rising interest has emerged in aspects of the broad construct of executive function (EF) in childhood. This has transpired as research has discovered that the development of EF is particularly rapid during early childhood, and that the healthy development of EF appears to ...
By Brown, Sally, McDowell, Liz, Race, Phil
November 01, 1995
This text offers researchers practical hints and advice as well as support/guidance in planning, carrying out, writing up and publishing research findings. Topics covered include: information handling; time and self-management; writing; dealing with others; and publishing and profile....