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by Paul Blum

ePub Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Classrooms download
Author:
Paul Blum
ISBN13:
978-1420043587
ISBN:
0415397200
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Publisher:
Routledge; 2 edition (October 18, 2006)
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Schools & Teaching
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1984 kb
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Surviving and Succeeding. has been added to your Cart. is a treatise offering a coherent, thoughtful and convincing argument bemoaning aspects of our education system that gets in the way of good teaching and giving sound advice about working in that system

Surviving and Succeeding. is a treatise offering a coherent, thoughtful and convincing argument bemoaning aspects of our education system that gets in the way of good teaching and giving sound advice about working in that system. It is also a handy reference text which can be dipped into. Used like this, it will become a key and much used component of a teacher's survival kit that will ensure survival and success.

Here, Paul Blum explores the impact and consequences of the changes made in the intervening years

Here, Paul Blum explores the impact and consequences of the changes made in the intervening years.

Home Browse Books Book details, Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Classrooms. This book is meant to help classroom teachers with practical tips for handling difficult groups of students and difficult situations in their schools

Home Browse Books Book details, Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Classrooms. Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Classrooms. This book is meant to help classroom teachers with practical tips for handling difficult groups of students and difficult situations in their schools. There will often be situations in which they are faced with defiance, aggression and verbal and physical abuse. the advice will also include dealing with low-level energy-sapping daily routines in which they struggle to get the pupils to stop talking and actually listen to what they are saying.

Here, Paul Blum explores the impact and consequences of the changes made in the intervening years.

Paul Blum is a secondary school manager with 20 years’ teaching experience and three senior management posts in different schools. This has given him a wide view of being a member of senior management teams and applying for jobs in them. He has written three other books for Routledge: Surviving and Succeeding in Difficult Schools; Teacher's Guide to Anger Management; Improving Low Reading Ages in the Secondary School. He also contributes articles on School Leadership to the Times Educational Supplement.

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Contrary to the other books and articles I’ve been reading, he calls students nutters and angels on page 15. Even more extreme, on page 27, he says, the really crazy ones will climb out of windows . He describes some atrocious situations: students who tell teachers to fuck off, parents who can’t afford phones, families who live in poverty and squalor, and classes with unexplained 20% absence rates.

Автор: Blum, Paul Название: Surviving and succeeding in senior school .

Описание: This is a resource pack for teachers to use in classrooms to help students combat stress. As well as the theory, it presents photocopiable worksheets.

Following the success of the first edition, this revised second edition, brings the reader up-to-date with what it is like to be a teacher in a difficult class, and regularly faced with apathy, defiance and aggression.

Sadly, numerous government initiatives since the 1998 publication of the first edition have not transformed the situation for teachers in difficult classrooms. Here, Paul Blum explores the impact and consequences of the changes made in the intervening years.

Like its predecessor it offers sensible, practical advice, for all classroom teachers, on how to survive and succeed in the face of tremendous difficulty, and this updated edition includes new sections on teaching pupils with low reading ages, and on making the most effective use of teaching assistants.