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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: Book 1

    £19.99
    Compact practical guides covering mental health topics of relevance to anyone who teaches, presented professionally in an easily digestible, accessible manner, including advice on personal and colleague mental "wellness" within learning and teaching workplaces.
    ISBN: 9781909675056
    AuthorHugh Smith
    Pub Date28/03/2018
    Pages178
    Availability: In Stock

    A "must read" for anyone who works in today's increasingly challenging teaching settings. This book is one of two compact practical guides for teachers, teaching assistants, lecturers, trainers and anyone who leads the learning of children, young people or adults
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    With sound evidence-based guidance and advice, the books focus on effective learning within a wide range of teaching contexts, and the text is supplemented by dozens of illustrations, case studies and reflective exercises, and details of hundreds of vital resources. Specialist jargon has been minimised, to make the books accessible and straightforward.

    There is also advice for leaders of learning to maintain their personal mental "wellness" and that of their and colleagues in the workplace - in the classroom, the lecture hall, the emergency services, various health settings, businesses and industry, and voluntary and third-sector settings.

    They are written by an interdisciplinary team with extensive learning and teaching, clinical, education and professional learning expertise, and the chapters have a consistent streamlined structure and approach to tie the themes together effectively.

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    A "must read" for anyone who works in today's increasingly challenging teaching settings. This book is one of two compact practical guides for teachers, teaching assistants, lecturers, trainers and anyone who leads the learning of children, young people or adults
    .
    With sound evidence-based guidance and advice, the books focus on effective learning within a wide range of teaching contexts, and the text is supplemented by dozens of illustrations, case studies and reflective exercises, and details of hundreds of vital resources. Specialist jargon has been minimised, to make the books accessible and straightforward.

    There is also advice for leaders of learning to maintain their personal mental "wellness" and that of their and colleagues in the workplace - in the classroom, the lecture hall, the emergency services, various health settings, businesses and industry, and voluntary and third-sector settings.

    They are written by an interdisciplinary team with extensive learning and teaching, clinical, education and professional learning expertise, and the chapters have a consistent streamlined structure and approach to tie the themes together effectively.