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The Resource Effect Intervention in Primary School

Effect Intervention in Primary School

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Effect Intervention in Primary School
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Effect Intervention in Primary School
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eng
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First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Effect Intervention in Primary School
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Effect Intervention in Primary School
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online resource
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cr
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Children at Risk of Failure in Primary Schools -- emotional and behavioural difficulties as a special educational need -- early identification -- impact of the 1988 Education Act -- children's moral standards -- 1993 Education Act -- nurture groups in Inner London -- Fish Report and integration -- nurture groups in Enfield -- 1994 Code of Practice -- Chapter 2 The Nurture Group in The Primary School -- The deprived child at home and in school -- rationale of nurture groups -- recreating the processes of adequate parenting -- the constraints of early childhood -- attachment and earliest learning -- developing autonomy -- selection of children -- organization of group -- food -- infantile needs and interests -- stages of play -- learning self-control -- becoming independent -- adults as role model -- parental involvement -- measuring progress -- return to ordinary class -- Diagnostic Developmental Profile -- Chapter 3 Nurture Groups in the 1990s -- Nurture groups in Enfield -- group structure and routines -- the National Curriculum -- working through relationship difficulties -- working with parents -- identification, assessment and monitoring -- reintegration -- children for whom nurture group is not enough -- nurture groups in residential special schools -- The Newcastle Experience -- nurture groups as an area resource -- changes after LMS -- change in demand for places -- referral criteria -- responsibilities of host school -- Assessment of special needs -- school ethos -- Chapter 4 Responding to Children's Needs -- language development -- play -- developing mathematical concepts -- children's needs and adult response -- school morale -- OFSTED Reports -- Chapter 5 Preventing Educational Failure -- social deprivation
  • influence of experts -- mystique of special schools -- listening to children -- action in the classroom, instrumental enrichment, High/Scope -- feeling and thinking -- a developmental view -- nurture groups - the message -- References
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1 online resource (134 pages)
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9781134093540
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