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Effective Learning

by Gavin Reid, Shannon Green

Part of the Ideas in Action Series

Effective Learning Synopsis

This book provides practical strategies for teachers on how to develop and encourage learning in the classroom and in the wider school context. For a young person to have a successful career at school and become a lifelong learner it is essential that they develop the skills to learn effectively. This timely book looks at ways in which teachers can identify and deal with barriers to learning and suggests strategies which motivate young people to develop an interest in their own learning. This highly practical series contains a wide range of books of importance to teachers, trainees and NQTs. Each book is packed with ready-to-use activities to be used in the classroom. They are quick and easy to dip into: each technique is presented on the left-hand page, and the facing right-hand page shows a practical activity to put that technique into practice.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847065322
Publication date: 12th July 2009
Author: Gavin Reid, Shannon Green
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 112 pages
Categories: Teaching skills & techniques,

About Gavin Reid, Shannon Green

A teacher and university lecturer for many years, Dr Gavin Reid is Educational Psychologist at REACH Learning Center in Vancouver, Canada and a Director of the Red Rose School for Children with Dyslexia in Lancashire, UK. He is an international author, consultant and trainer. Shannon Green is a practicing Orton-Gillingham Trainer and a co-founder and director of REACH (Remedial Education for Adults and Children) Learning Center in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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