Crown House authors and publications feature in Teach Secondary.

19 April 2017

‹This issue of Teach Secondary includes school of thought articles from both David Didau and Vic Goddard.

Advice and behaviour management is discussed throughout an article with Rob Plevin, author of ˜Take Control Of The Noisy Class™.

A book review of ˜Best of the Best - Progress™ by Isabella Wallace and Leah Kirkman is also within this issue.

And Sue Cowley features regarding her CPD session on vocal care and techniques that could enhance staff wellbeing, improve teaching, and even reduce sickness - what™s not to like?


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