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Effective Resources For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 9781855396401
Genre : Education
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Effective Resources for Able and Talented Children has been written to meet the massive demand for practical resources designed to stimulate and inspire more able pupils. It can be seen as a practical sequel to Barry Teare's Effective Provision for Able and Talented Children (published by Network Educational Press), but also stands entirely alone as the activities can be used quite independently. What the Book Covers: Contains a wealth of attractive and exciting photocopiable resources for able and talented pupils in both the primary and secondary sectors; Provides activities designed to inspire, motivate, challenge and stretch able children, encouraging them to enjoy their true potential; Begins with sections designed to help teachers build provision for able and talented children into the curriculum; The large bank of resources is organised according to areas of the National Curriculum and Scottish 5 - 14 Guidelines, such as English, Science and Mathematics, each preceded by a commentary outlining key principles and giving general guidance for teachers.

Problem Solving And Thinking Skills Resources For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 9781855396265
Genre : Education
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This treasure trove of resources is divided into ten themed sections, each preceded by an outline giving the key principles, links with curriculum guidelines and an explanation about the importance of the particular skill. Charts at the beginning of the book summarize curriculum links and skills involved. Each photocopiable activity is accompanied by teachers' notes, and fully explained solutions are given where appropriate.

Pocket Pal Successful Provision For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 1855391546
Genre : Education
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Challenging Resources For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 1855391228
Genre : Education
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Challenging Resources for Able and Talented Children is Barry Teare's fourth book for Network Educational Press, providing attractive and exciting resources for schools. It has been written in response to the continuing phenomenal demand for practical materials that inspire, motivate, challenge and stretch able children. What the book covers Delivers thinking skills and curriculum content in exciting and stimulating activities, to engage able children and encourage them to develop their full potential. All activities are brand new - most are based around entirely new topics, while some take a fresh approach to revisited topics from previous books. Resources can be used with children of all ages, from Key Stage 1 to post-16, in situations both within and beyond normal classroom lessons - for example, as differentiated homework tasks, in summer schools and clubs, and for competitions. Resources are divided into nine themes: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Young Children, Logical Thought, Detective Work and Codes, Lateral Thinking and Competitions.

Educating The Gifted And Talented Second Edition

Author : Catherine Clark
ISBN : 9781136634482
Genre : Education
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Following the publication of the House of Commons Education Select Committee Report in 1999, the Department of Education and Employment has set up a number of initiatives, including Excellence in Cities, to address the problematic issues relating to provision for gifted and talented pupils in primary and secondary schools. This book rehearses and develops further the central idea put forward by the authors in the first edition titled Educating Able Children that teachers remain the essential resource to ensure appropriate provision for gifted and talented pupils. They suggest ways in which teachers may become an effective and efficient resource; consider how teachers might take advantage of current initiatives to facilitate their own professional development; provide ideas at classroom, departmental and school level to facilitate appropriate provision, and include a comprehensive and up to date list of resources.

Teaching Able Gifted And Talented Children

Author : Clive Tunnicliffe
ISBN : 9781412947671
Genre : Education
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Clive Tunnicliffe offers a vision of provision for able, gifted and talented (AG&T) learners within the context of Every Child Matters (ECM) legislation and the drive to achieve personalised learning. Providing a clear and concise summary of an increasingly important area of educational provision, this book offers the right balance of theory and practical strategies. There is advice on: - developing a whole school policy for AG&T provision - defining and identifying AG&T learners - strategies to use in the classroom - developing critical and creative thinking - out-of-school enrichment activities - supporting AG&T learners - working with parents Each chapter contains a summary of key points, case studies of good practice, great ideas to use with students and Professional Development Activities for staff. This book is short enough to be a quick read, but there is much to whet your appetite for finding out more about this fascinating area of teaching and learning. It is a useful and interesting resource for busy managers, project leaders, classroom practitioners and learning support staff across the primary and secondary age range. Clive Tunnicliffe is an education consultant currently based in China; he had a long career in the UK as a teacher, Local Authority Advisor, National Strategy Manager and Director of Publications for NACE.

Learning Styles In Action

Author : Barbara Prashnig
ISBN : 1855392089
Genre : Education
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The sequel to Barbara Prashnig's influential book The Power of Diversity

Parents And Carers Guide For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 9781855396449
Genre : Education
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sound strategies for identifying and supporting highly able children advice on how to develop a meaningful dialogue with school extensive lists of recommended fiction information on where to find additional help, and what activities are available a wealth of practical advice under separate subject headings Able and Talented specialist Barry Teare brings parents and carers right up to date with new developments on the thinking and provision for gifted children. He advises how you can provide able children with the very best opportunities by working in partnership with schools and specialist organizations. There are masses of imaginative activities to challenge and stimulate able and talented children - fans of Barry Teare's resources will not be disappointed! Brilliant for teachers too helps you to see the issues from a parents' viewpoint enables you to advise parents and carers provides extensive advice on subject provision helps you to strengthen home-school partnerships.

Enrichment Activities For Able And Talented Children

Author : Barry Teare
ISBN : 1855390655
Genre : Education
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Teaching The Very Able Child

Author : Belle Wallace
ISBN : 9781136627200
Genre : Education
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This introduction to the field of teaching the very able child provides practical help on meeting their needs within the mainstream school, and advice on formulating and developing effective whole-school policy. This book examines strategies for identification and provision which are in line with current government policy. It questions the definitions of the terms 'gifted' and 'very able'. The author encourages heads, teachers and governors to discuss and adopt principles which suit the very able pupils' specific needs. The book demonstrates how the whole-school policy can be put into effective practice. It also provides guidelines for checking that day-to-day lessons have sufficient challenge for the very able child. The author, who is highly experienced in this area of education, has carefully selected relevant information which schools can use as a basis for their decision making, and offers an extended reading list for those wishing to read the topic in greater depth. The book offers a comprehensive and reliable overview of educating very able children.

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