Using Insight Into Social and Emotional Factors in Children's Learning Gerda Hanko ... Accepting the above problems as real, a consultatively collaborative problem-solving approach is geared to addressing them.
Author: Gerda Hanko
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
In L. Barton and S. Walker ( eds ) Social Crisis and Educational Research . London : Croon Helm . Hanko , G. ( 1999 ) Increasing Competence Through Collaborative Problem - solving . London : David Fulton Publishers .
Author: Angela Creese
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
This volume looks at the interactions of collaborating teachers in multilingual classrooms and how these impact on what counts as knowledge in the secondary school classroom. It also looks at how policy statements and ideologies around multilingualism position teachers and learners in particular ways. A linguistic ethnographic approach is taken in the study, which considers the discourses of whole class and small group teaching and learning. Chapters consider the relation between different languages, different pedagogues and different teacher identities in the secondary school classroom. The book documents how a policy of inclusion is played out in practice.
Gronn, P. (2003) The New Work of Educational Leaders: Changing Leadership Practice in an Era of School Reform. London: Sage. ... Hanko, G. (1999) Increasing Competence through Collaborative Problem Solving. London: Fulton.
Author: Anne Massey
In the busy world that schools inhabit, this book provides clear guidance on how to implement a simple and user-friendly system that will ensure all pupil progress is forensically examined and any inadequacies swiftly addressed. Provision Mapping and the SEND Code of Practice describes a tried and tested system that helps schools to successfully identify, implement and track provision for all pupils, irrespective of whether they have a special educational need or not. This new edition: demonstrates how schools can implement the requirements of the new SEND Code of Practice provides achievable solutions to the problems that schools face in trying to evidence the impact of the additional support they provide provides photocopiable templates of tables that can be used to track progress of all pupils contains easy to use tools that will allow a school to clearly evidence that additional funding is used efficiently. This second edition has been fully updated to reflect the recent changes to SEN legislation, the new SEND Code of Practice (2015), the new National Curriculum and new assessment requirements and the new Common Inspection Framework. Additional material has been added to provide a resource for secondary and special schools. Headteachers, senior managers, leadership teams, SENCOs and other educational professionals will find the guidance and support provided by this book invaluable.
Improving Outcomes in Primary Schools Anne Massey ... DfES (2006) Effective Leadership: Ensuring the Progress of Pupils with SEN and/or Disabilities. ... Hanko, G. (1999) Increasing Competence through Collaborative Problem Solving.
Author: Anne Massey
Written by an experienced practitioner who has a very current understanding of the school context, this book gives a fantastically clear, detailed and realistic strategy for primary schools with regards to raising attainment and inclusive practice. Anne Massey has provided a cogent and manageable system of provision mapping for whole-school improvement. – Pippa Whittaker, SENCO, Hans Price Academy, UK. 'This very detailed book will enable schools to develop whole school approaches which improve outcomes and ensure that they are removing barriers to participation and achievement for all children.' – Dr Peter Grimes, Principal Lecturer in Inclusive School Development, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. This highly practical book contains all the guidance and resources a school will need in order to implement an efficient and effective system of pupil progress tracking and evaluative Provision Mapping. It is a tried and tested system that has been shown to improve outcomes for all pupils, including those with SEN, and sits at the very heart of school self-evaluation. Throughout this book, teachers will find achievable solutions to the problems schools face in trying to ensure that their practice results in all pupils making good progress. Anne Massey has adapted the original version of Provision Mapping and developed it into a more evaluative framework that links a number of school improvement actions together. All the recommendations in this book have been tried and tested in Primary schools, and have been proven to: bring about better progress and engagement for all pupils; provide an enhanced understanding of inclusion by teachers; improve communication between the school, parents and the Local Authority; reduce bureaucracy and paperwork for SENCOs; foster an improved understanding of 'value for money'. Headteachers, senior managers, leadership teams, SENCOs and other educational professionals will find the guidance and support provided by this toolkit invaluable. Provision Mapping will also be of value to those studying the more SEN-specific postgraduate diplomas or Masters level qualifications.
Bain, A. & Barnett, L. (1986) 'The Design of a Day Care System in a Nursery Setting for Children under Five'. ... Hanko, G. (1999) Increasing Competence through Collaborative Problem Solving: Using Insight into Social and Emotional ...
Author: Stella Louis
How to Use Work Group Supervision to Improve Early Years Practice presents a new model for supervision as a collaborative process, and explores how this process can benefit practitioners at all stages in their career to reflect on and improve their own practice. Supported by detailed case studies which contextualise Work Group Supervision, Louis offers practical support which will help practitioners develop their knowledge and skills, and to work together to develop a shared understanding and more successful practice. Louis covers a range of insightful topics to help practitioners utilise the Work Group Supervision method to improve their practice, including: What Work Group Supervision is and how it can help practitioners How to develop self-understanding and professional practice Theories on child observation, and using observation to tune into children The importance of respectful interactions as a leader and among peers How to Use Work Group Supervision to Improve Early Years Practice is ideal for Early Years practitioners and teachers, managers of Early Years settings and students on courses for leadership in Early Childhood settings.
Elias, M. J. and Clabby, J. F. (1989) Social Decision Making Skills: A curriculum guide for elementary grades. ... G. (1999) Increasing Competence through Collaborative Problem-solving: Using insights into social and emotionalfactors in ...
Author: John Alban-Metcalfe
This book provides commonsense information and insights into the condition, and considers the: · key features of AD/HD and which warning signs to watch out for · educational implications for children diagnosed · pros and cons of using medication · case studies which demonstrate the successful and effective inclusion of children with AD/HD into mainstream classrooms · ways in which parents, teachers and schools can co-operate with other agencies to ensure best provision for the child The authors also provide guidance on writing Individual Education Plans, clear explanations of the statementing process and a discussion on the implications of whole school planning and multi-agency working.
Research, Practice, and Contemporary Issues Carolyn M. Evertson, Carol S. Weinstein ... Increasing competence through collaborative problem solving: Using insight into social and emotional factors in children's learning.
Author: Carolyn M. Evertson
Classroom management is a topic of enduring concern for teachers, administrators, and the public. It consistently ranks as the first or second most serious educational problem in the eyes of the general public, and beginning teachers consistently rank it as their most pressing concern during their early teaching years. Management problems continue to be a major cause of teacher burnout and job dissatisfaction. Strangely, despite this enduring concern on the part of educators and the public, few researchers have chosen to focus on classroom management or to identify themselves with this critical field. The Handbook of Classroom Management has four primary goals: 1) to clarify the term classroom management; 2) to demonstrate to scholars and practitioners that there is a distinct body of knowledge that directly addresses teachers’ managerial tasks; 3) to bring together disparate lines of research and encourage conversations across different areas of inquiry; and 4) to promote a vigorous agenda for future research in this area. To this end, 47 chapters have been organized into 10 sections, each chapter written by a recognized expert in that area. Cutting across the sections and chapters are the following themes: *First, positive teacher-student relationships are seen as the very core of effective classroom management. *Second, classroom management is viewed as a social and moral curriculum. *Third, external reward and punishment strategies are not seen as optimal for promoting academic and social-emotional growth and self-regulated behavior. *Fourth, to create orderly, productive environments teachers must take into account student characteristics such as age, developmental level, race, ethnicity, cultural background, socioeconomic status, and ableness. Like other research handbooks, the Handbook of Classroom Management provides an indispensable reference volume for scholars, teacher educators, in-service practitioners, and the academic libraries serving these audiences. It is also appropriate for graduate courses wholly or partly devoted to the study of classroom management.
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Education CommitteePublish On: 2011-02-03
The effect of school culture on adolescent behavioural problems : self - esteem , attachment to learning , and peer ... Increasing competence through collaborative problem solving : using insight into social and emotional factors in ...
Author: Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Education Committee
Publisher: The Stationery Office
Category: Political Science
Additional written evidence is contained in volume 3, available on the Committee website at www.parliament.uk/education-committee
Egan, G. (1990) Exercises in Helping Skills: a Training Manual to Accompany The Skilled Helper. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company. ... Hanko, G. (1999) Increasing Competence through Collaborative Problem-solving.
Author: Helen Cowie
`It would be of use to adults and teachers who are starting to research peer support and the logistics of adopting such a scheme in their school. It would also be of use to saff who are currently operating a peer support scheme. I personally will use this book and keep a copy in the counselling service library, recommending it to counsellors/trainers and teachers interested or already facilitating peer support in their schools' - British Journal of Guidance and Counselling `It is to read, comprehensive in its structure and advice and through examples of first-hand experiences, makes the reader feel enthusiastic about trying out different ideas.... An excellent handbook for the manager of a peer support system for any organization' - Anne Woodhouse, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry Peer support systems are increasingly being used in schools and other youth settings to tackle problems such as bullying, rejection, social exclusion, sexual identity, self-esteem and loneliness. Peer Support in Action is a practical guide which gives adults who work with children and young people the knowledge, understanding and practical tools to provide effective and appropriate systems of peer support. Helen Cowie and Patti Wallace combine insights drawn from practice with up-to-date research findings, to give a sound basis for peer-based interventions. They encourage readers to build on the potential for offering help which many young people have and give practical guidance on how to train, guide and supervise them in supporting their peers. Peer Support in Action is for teachers, educational psychologists, social workers, education welfare officers, counsellors and counselling psychologists and all professionals involved in the pastoral care and guidance of children and young people.