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**BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE - LIMITED OFFER** This book is a limited compendium edition of 'A Teacher's Guide To...Outstanding Lessons' and 'A Teacher's Guide To...Behaviour Management'. Praise for the series: "A must buy" ... "A superbly practical guide to a successful lesson" ... "Creative and interesting suggestions" ABOUT THIS SERIES 'A Teacher's Guide To...' is a series o **BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE - LIMITED OFFER** This book is a limited compendium edition of 'A Teacher's Guide To...Outstanding Lessons' and 'A Teacher's Guide To...Behaviour Management'. Praise for the series: "A must buy" ... "A superbly practical guide to a successful lesson" ... "Creative and interesting suggestions" ABOUT THIS SERIES 'A Teacher's Guide To...' is a series of short books ideal for new teachers as well as those about to embark on teacher training programmes. Written in a friendly and fluent style, these books provide perfect synopses of the key ideas and issues affecting teachers today. All the books in this series are practical handbooks for busy teachers - books of ideas which can be put into practice and which can be dipped into when help and advice are needed most. The author is not a university professor; he is a teacher who has worked in schools for over a decade. He has worked at senior leader level in two secondary schools and has, at one time or another, managed every aspect of a school's organisation. ABOUT THIS BOOK 'A Teacher's Guide to Outstanding Lessons' contains: Introduction: What is outstanding? 1. The Ofsted context 2. What is outstanding teaching? 3. What is outstanding behaviour? 4. What is personalised learning? 5. What is learning to learn? 6. What is connected learning? 7. How do you engage students in their learning? Appendices: I. Assessment for Learning II. Learning to learn III. Social and emotional aspects of learning IV. Personal Learning and Thinking Skills V. Assessing Pupil Progress 'A Teacher's Guide to Behaviour Management' contains: 1. Practical strategies for managing behaviour 2. The three pillars of behaviour management 3. Behaviour management in practice 4. Differentiating behaviour management 5. Using EQ to improve behaviour 6. Rewards and sanctions 7. If they're learning, they're behaving


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**BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE - LIMITED OFFER** This book is a limited compendium edition of 'A Teacher's Guide To...Outstanding Lessons' and 'A Teacher's Guide To...Behaviour Management'. Praise for the series: "A must buy" ... "A superbly practical guide to a successful lesson" ... "Creative and interesting suggestions" ABOUT THIS SERIES 'A Teacher's Guide To...' is a series o **BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE - LIMITED OFFER** This book is a limited compendium edition of 'A Teacher's Guide To...Outstanding Lessons' and 'A Teacher's Guide To...Behaviour Management'. Praise for the series: "A must buy" ... "A superbly practical guide to a successful lesson" ... "Creative and interesting suggestions" ABOUT THIS SERIES 'A Teacher's Guide To...' is a series of short books ideal for new teachers as well as those about to embark on teacher training programmes. Written in a friendly and fluent style, these books provide perfect synopses of the key ideas and issues affecting teachers today. All the books in this series are practical handbooks for busy teachers - books of ideas which can be put into practice and which can be dipped into when help and advice are needed most. The author is not a university professor; he is a teacher who has worked in schools for over a decade. He has worked at senior leader level in two secondary schools and has, at one time or another, managed every aspect of a school's organisation. ABOUT THIS BOOK 'A Teacher's Guide to Outstanding Lessons' contains: Introduction: What is outstanding? 1. The Ofsted context 2. What is outstanding teaching? 3. What is outstanding behaviour? 4. What is personalised learning? 5. What is learning to learn? 6. What is connected learning? 7. How do you engage students in their learning? Appendices: I. Assessment for Learning II. Learning to learn III. Social and emotional aspects of learning IV. Personal Learning and Thinking Skills V. Assessing Pupil Progress 'A Teacher's Guide to Behaviour Management' contains: 1. Practical strategies for managing behaviour 2. The three pillars of behaviour management 3. Behaviour management in practice 4. Differentiating behaviour management 5. Using EQ to improve behaviour 6. Rewards and sanctions 7. If they're learning, they're behaving

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