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Title Author One Sentence Summary
Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics: Teaching Primary Computing @ICTmagic Everything you need to teach Primary Computing, including coding, e-safety, and using tech.
100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding @ICTmagic 100 different ideas to get you class coding and embedding programming across your curriculum.
Mastering Primary English Wendy Jolliffe & David Waugh Mastering Primary English introduces the primary English curriculum and helps trainees and teachers learn how to plan and teach inspiring lessons that make English learning irresistible.
Leadership Dialogues II: Leadership in times of change John West-Burnham & @bravehead 'Leadership Dialogues II' is not a book containing all the answers; rather it is a book containing many of the questions that will help school leaders work with their colleagues to find the answers for their own schools within the communities in which they work.
Mastering Primary Science Kenna Worthington & Amanda McCrory In their book Mastering Primary Science, Amanda McCrory and Kenna Worthington explore some crucial information to help understand the issues, problems and opportunities that teaching the subject can provide you as a developing practitioner in the subject
The Dyslexia Assessment @DysGuiseUK & @DrGavinReid In their important ‘The Dyslexia Assessment’ book, Dr Gavin Reid and Dr Jennie Guise succinctly share seven main idiosyncrasies that may be identifiable in a working definition of dyslexia.
How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant Emma Davie How to be an Outstanding Primary Teaching Assistant, provides numerous practical ideas and resources; from creating stimulating, interactive displays to supporting children with special needs and working with outside agencies.
Uncharted Territories @Hywel_Roberts & @DebraKidd In their book, Debra Kidd and Hywel Roberts firmly place teachers, and ultimately their students, in a range of different locations, where the learning inhabits, offering a fantastically imagined context with prompts, ideas and illustrations helping exploration and discovery
How to be an Outstanding Primary School Teacher @HeadTeachDunn In “How to be an Outstanding Primary School Teacher”, primary headteacher David Dunn offers a selection of classroom activities, ideas and inspiration to help teachers become consistently outstanding in their practice.
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