In this abridged audiobook version of his bestselling title, Paul Dix talks you through how teachers and school leaders can move beyond the behaviour management revolution and maintain a school culture rooted in relational practice.
The Five Clues, is a real-time murder-mystery thriller and family drama, combining an exciting race against time with a heart-rending story about a teenager learning to live with the loss of a beloved parent.
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A practical, wide-ranging compendium of enquiries and case studies that helps history teachers diversify, reimagine and decolonise the history curriculum.
A head teacher’s insightful account of how to go about developing a shared vision and blending it into a school’s culture and day-to-day running.
Links together the golden threads which run through Shakespeare’s work and highlights how teachers can best explore these with students and include them in the wider English curriculum.
"We all learned at school Churchill’s comment that ‘democracy is the worst form of government except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time’ (quoted in Langworth, 2008, p. 583). So when somebody gave us both Jacques Rancière’s Hatred of Democracy (2006), despite the warning that we would find it ‘hard going’, we couldn’t resist."
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