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The House on Paradise Street
The House on Paradise Street
Price: £4.19

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5.0 out of 5 stars The House on Paradise Street, 26 Sep 2012
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The story of a family whose lives have been torn apart by Greek politics. This made an uncomfortable read, on holiday in Greece, when I realised that maybe the English hadn't been as supportive to the Greeks, at I'd always imagined!By the end of the book I felt I had a better understanding of modern Greek culture.


How to be a Successful Teacher: Strategies for Personal and Professional Development
How to be a Successful Teacher: Strategies for Personal and Professional Development
by Paul Castle
Edition: Paperback
Price: £22.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars How to be a Successful Teacher: Strategies for Personal and Professional Development, 7 Jun 2010
This book should be in every staff room. Teachers find themselves put under pressure by government strategies, management, pupils, parents, and their own families, not to mention self-imposed pressures! This book guides the user to identify problems through targeted reflection and suggests strategies to suit the individual. It can be used to be dipped into, or could be worked through, depending on what areas you felt were problematical.
Final outcomes will have a common thread, that of a happier, healthier, sef-confident and therefore more motivated and effective teacher. Mentors through to NQTs will find this book helps to empower teachers to understand how they think and work and how to control and use these traits to improve their lives and careers. The activities and reflections are thought provoking and lead the individual to solutions.
While reading this book I identified specific problems that colleagues have had over the years; I wanted to show them they weren't alone and that there are strategies out there. Castle and Buckler have taken a holistic view of the teacher, one that can be forgotten by an emphasis on final outcome targets.


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