This accessible guide advises teachers on creating classroom environments that promote healing and growth for all students, particularly the most vulnerable. Grounded not only in trauma-informed education but in positive psychology.
Everything educators need to know about developing trauma-informed restorative practices in their education settings. Includes the theory and philosophy of restorative approaches and being trauma-informed, the five restorative skills, and how these can be put into practice. All strategies are appropriate for those who have experienced trauma.
Meet Harry. Harry likes to play football, climb trees, and hang out with friends, but Harry doesnt like reading. That is until his teacher explains that Harry has dyslexia, which makes things like reading and writing particularly hard for him.
The latest book in the unofficial series by Julie Causton, this book is a quick how-to guide for general and special educators that provides practical strategies and planning tools for the inclusive classroom.
A collection of mathematical games, activities and curiosities to surprise and amuse children aged 7+, whilst providing learners with a grasp of fundamental concepts and techniques. This book can be used by anyone wanting to improve their maths, as well as those with dyscalculia or maths anxiety or other SLDs.