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Mission: Explore Food (Mission Explore)
Mission: Explore Food (Mission Explore)

8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful book, 4 Aug. 2012
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Wow, this series gets better as it goes on... Continuing with its mission to encourage all ages to engage with, and explore, the wider world, this time the focus moves to food. Cookbook, guerrilla gardener's manual, sustainability handbook... the missions will provide hours of fun whilst illustrating that geography permeates every aspect of life. Engaging and quirky text supported by beautiful illustrations, it would be a brilliant gift for any age. Just don't leave it gathering dust on the bookshelf... remember 'it's good to play with your food!'

Young, Gifted, and Bored (Independent Thinking Series)
Young, Gifted, and Bored (Independent Thinking Series)
by David George
Edition: Paperback
Price: £18.99

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good starting point..., 20 Mar. 2011
The author's book is an accessible and practical guide, for new entrants to the profession, those who have just started managing gifted and talented students, or experienced colleagues who need a quick refresher. The author encourages practitioners to step out of their comfort zone when identifying gifted students, focusing on a holistic approach rather than one based upon data analysis and academic output. The author tackles clearly some of the misnomers regarding gifted and talented provision, highlighting how an effective whole-school approach enhances the learning of all students. The book is peppered with a range of simple and creative strategies that can be utilised by both classroom practitioner and gifted co-ordinator with ease. The author encourages the reader to challenge all aspects of the learner, emotional, spiritual, practical and academic. This is a book well worth putting within your professional development library.

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