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Dyspraxia 2nd Edition

Author : Geoff Brookes
ISBN : 9781441171818
Genre : Education
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Up to ten per cent of the population is believed to suffer from some form of dyspraxia. Accessible and engaging, this practical guide provides teachers with tips and techniques for teaching students with dyspraxia. "There are symptoms, there are problems, there are frustrations, there are tears. But there are strategies that can lead to positive outcomes. And while it is important to understand where it comes from, providing support and guidance is what this book is all about." From the introduction This book will prove invaluable reading for everyone who works with young people. This new edition contains new chapters on cures and adolescence.

Dyspraxia

Author : Geoff Brookes
ISBN : 0826475817
Genre : Education
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Since the publication of the ground-breaking report "All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture and Education" in 1999, creativity has been the buzzword in education. However, despite various initiatives to encourage teachers to incorporate creativity into their teaching, teachers still bemoan the fact that this is virtually impossible given the dominance of the three Ts (testing, targets and (league) tables).

Dyspraxia 5 14

Author : Christine Macintyre
ISBN : 9781136034947
Genre : Education
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Dyspraxia is increasingly common in young children. This fully revised and updated edition of Christine Macintyre’s invaluable companion explains the difficulties faced by children with dyspraxia in growing up and offers suggestions as to how these might be alleviated. In this book the children themselves, along with their parents and teachers, talk about how the difficulties change as the transition is made from primary to secondary school. Children with dyspraxia are frequently beset by frustrations as a result of their differences, can be misunderstood both at home and at school, and are very often bullied. This practical guide considers: the issue of giving children labels strategies to reduce stress the value of movement programmes raising self-esteem the transition to secondary school particular challenges faced during Puberty/adolescence handwriting as an indicator of dyspraxia. Including practical activities with additional material for secondary pupils this book shows children how to articulate their differences using individualised explanations, and then go on to succeed having recognised where their talents lie. Dyspraxia 5-14 is essential reading for teachers, parents, SENCos, teaching assistants and trainee teachers who want to improve their understanding of dyspraxia and its implications for children in Key stages 1-3.

Beating Dyspraxia With A Hop Skip And A Jump

Author : Geoffrey Platt
ISBN : 9780857009487
Genre : Education
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Geoff Platt's exercise program, tailored to help children with dyspraxia to overcome their symptoms, enjoy physical activities, and become as active as their friends and classmates, is now proven to be even more effective. This revised edition outlines the fun and easy-to-teach program, which focuses on familiar activities such as running, jumping and ball play, and explains how regular exercise routines can reduce weakness and improve motor skills, such as balance, timing and coordination. It includes extra session plans, incorporates new research, and adds a secondary stage to the exercise program, teaching the skills of praxis, planning movement and improving skills. This practical guide will be an essential resource for Physical Education teachers and non-specialist teachers of recreation and games classes who are looking to help children with dyspraxia to reduce weakness and improve motor skills, as well as parents.

Adhd 2nd Edition

Author : Fintan J. O'Regan
ISBN : 0826492347
Genre : Education
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ADHD is a term used to classify extreme symptoms of inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity. It is one of the most challenging and controversial areas of special education facing teachers in schools today. This informative guide equips teachers with a wide variety of strategies for teaching and managing pupils who are diagnosed with ADHD. Fintan O'Regan also provides guidance on medication such as Ritalin, and suggests a number of ways to get parents more involved. All in all, an indispensible guide for every teacher! This new edition contains a new chapter on the range of assessment procedures available and details of the impact of ADHD throughout the world.

At A Glance 2nd Edition

Author : Viv East
ISBN : 9780826491510
Genre : Education
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Everyone working with children should be aware of different special needs and how they can impact on learning. There is no shortage of information out there but there is a shortage of time in which to research and read up on what teachers need to know! This concise guide provides a wealth of information and advice in an easy-to-read, quick-to-dip-into format.

Understanding Dyspraxia

Author : Maureen Boon
ISBN : 0857002597
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This fully-updated second edition of Helping Children with Dyspraxia has been revised to reflect current practice and developments, providing clear and positive answers to questions commonly asked by parents and teachers about dyspraxia. Maureen Boon draws on her considerable experience of working with children with movement disorders to identify the characteristics of dyspraxia, explaining assessment procedures and identifying what can be done to help. New reflections appear on concepts such as physical literacy and whether or not incidence of dyspraxia has increased, and in an overview of the characteristics and causes of the condition, a comprehensive update on how it is identified and assessed is provided. Terminology is reviewed, and the full range of therapeutic interventions that are available are outlined. New case studies and photographs are used to illustrate successful interventions in practice, and a helpful appendix with up-to-date details of useful publications, programmes, equipment and organisations is also included. Understanding Dyspraxia is a concise yet comprehensive handbook for parents and teachers. Its clear structure and practical, positive advice will make it an invaluable resource for anyone involved with a dyspraxic child.

Special Educational Needs Into The Classroom

Author : Marie Delaney
ISBN : 9780194200141
Genre : Study Aids
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Into the Classroom is a series of short, practical guides that help teachers who work in the primary and secondary school setting to make sense of new teaching tools, techniques, and educational policy, with ideas for implementing them in the classroom. Special Educational Needs provides teachers with strategies and practical teaching ideas for including students with special educational needs in mainstream language classrooms. Gives clear practical tips on planning and classroom management which will benefit all students, not only those with SEN. Helps teachers recognise the main types of SEN and address the three key problem areas which affect learning. Emphasises the importance of working collaboratively with parents and carers, providing strategies to do this effectively. Guides teachers through the use of assistive technology to support SEN learning. Extra resources are available from: www.oup.com/elt/teacher/itc Marie Delaney is a teacher, trainer and educational psychotherapist who has worked extensively with students who have special educational needs and with those teachers who teach them. Her main areas of interest are teacher and student well-being, creating inclusive classroom environments and engaging all students in meaningful learning. Sally Farley is a teacher and teacher trainer specialising in Special Needs and Inclusive Learning in ELT, a trained counsellor and a special needs support tutor at The University of Kent. Her main areas of interest are teacher and student well-being, creating inclusive classroom environments and engaging all students in meaningful learning.

Play For Children With Special Needs

Author : Christine MacIntyre
ISBN : 9780415558846
Genre : Education
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Includes research findings about children with special needs and explains their implications for practice.

Dyslexia 2nd Edition

Author : Gavin Reid
ISBN : 9781441136541
Genre : Education
File Size : 79. 63 MB
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Dyslexia is a specific learning difficulty that affects the ability to read and spell. Affecting about ten per cent of children, it is the special educational need that teachers are most likely to encounter. This lively and interesting book provides advice on the most effective teaching and learning strategies that can be used in the classroom. Highly readable, practical and informative, Gavin Reid's book will prove invaluable for teachers, trainees, SENCOs and teaching assistants. This new edition contains new chapters on learning and study skills, specific learning difficulties and the role of parents.

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