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    Publisher: Swan & Horn

    The Impact of Mental Health and Wellbeing on Effective Learning and Teaching: A Practical Guide for those Responsible for Learners: 2: Book 2

    £19.99
    The second book in this series aimed at anyone teaching or training children or adult learners who have learning issues related to their mental health.
    ISBN: 9781909675063
    AuthorHugh Smith and Amanda McGrandles (eds)
    Pub Date28/03/2018
    Pages178
    Availability: In Stock

    This is one of a set of two books - compact practical guides that are "must reads" for anyone who teaches learners of any age. The practice-focused content is applicable to any setting. Both books are accessible and straightforward, with minimal clinical jargon. Richly illustrated throughout, they also contain reflective tasks and case studies.

    They are written by an interdisciplinary team of educators with extensive learning and teaching, clinical, education and professional learning expertise, who deliver evidence-based commentaries on a wide-range of mental health topics of increasing relevance in learning environments, with both learners and colleagues in the workplace.

    The books are suitable for a wide professional readership, including:
    * Teachers and teaching assistants * Further education college and university lecturers * Trainers in the emergency services, health settings, business and industry * Voluntary and third-sector workers

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    This is one of a set of two books - compact practical guides that are "must reads" for anyone who teaches learners of any age. The practice-focused content is applicable to any setting. Both books are accessible and straightforward, with minimal clinical jargon. Richly illustrated throughout, they also contain reflective tasks and case studies.

    They are written by an interdisciplinary team of educators with extensive learning and teaching, clinical, education and professional learning expertise, who deliver evidence-based commentaries on a wide-range of mental health topics of increasing relevance in learning environments, with both learners and colleagues in the workplace.

    The books are suitable for a wide professional readership, including:
    * Teachers and teaching assistants * Further education college and university lecturers * Trainers in the emergency services, health settings, business and industry * Voluntary and third-sector workers