Teaching is a rewarding, yet demanding profession, one in which a person needs to be fully prepared. This book focuses on the applied psychological skills, strategies, and resources, which will help to ensure teachers are equipped with personal and professional expertise to survive in the classroom. Readily accessible to a wide audience, including internationally, the book assumes no prior knowledge of psychology. The authors give specific examples taken from a diverse range of professional situations with relevant theoretical underpinnings.  

Flexibility for Action! Adapting to Change

Flexibility for action! Adapting to change


‘It is not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones who are most responsive to change.’ (Although this is usually attributed to Charles Darwin, the actual origin remains debatable.)

Since it came into existence, the National Curriculum has been revised on ...

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