Education

Comprised of 129 hours and 450 videos, this collection offers a practical view into a full range of teaching settings and situations, from early years to educational leadership, to support students needing to understand theory or how to apply it in practice. Contributors include leading authors Peter Smith on Bullying, Wendy W. Murawski on Co-Teaching, Julia Link Roberts on Gifted and Talented Education, and many more. View the full title list here.

  • Severe and Multiple Needs

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    Severe and Multiple Needs

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    Ifield School Teacher Sheryl Bunyard discusses the the wide range of children with complex physical needs, medical needs and communication difficulties. Bunyard explains classroom management, specialized language for teaching and adaptations for teaching children with disabilities.

  • Idea Generation

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    Idea Generation

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    This film defines idea generation, and includes commentary on writing processes.

  • Anger Management

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    Anger Management

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    In this tutorial, Dr. Tina Rae, Senior Lecturer at the University of East London, discusses anger, how it is manifested and why it can be problematic in the classroom. She offers strategies that teachers can use to support students who present with anger management issues.

  • Family involvement: learning sign language

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    Family involvement: learning sign language

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    It is important for parents and families of deaf children to learn to communicate, in sign language, with their children. One of the biggest reasons a family member of a deaf child should learn sign language is to help build a more meaningful relationship with the child. And, as in any child's home, language exposure during the developmental stages of learning is critical for deaf children. This film follows family members of deaf children in the American Sign Language classroom as they begin to learn to sign.

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