Reviews: Student centred education

4 reviews found for "Student centred education"
Book review : Child-centred education : reviving the creative tradition
This is a book review of Child-centred education : reviving the creative tradition, by Christine Doddington, Mary Hilton, published by Sage in 2007, ISBN 9781412945882. It was reviewed for ESCalate by Emese Hall of the University of Exeter. This book really does delve into the past to make sense of what child-centred education is all about. By drawing on a range of sources Doddington and Hilton make their book not only interesting but also, in...
Book review : Meeting the needs of gifted and talented students
This is a book review of Meeting the needs of gifted and talented students by Gwen Goodhew, published by Network Continuum Education in 2009, ISBN 9781855394650. It was reviewed by Suzanne Lowe of the University of Cumbria on behalf of ESCalate. This book is intended to meet the introductory needs of many education user groups, teachers, teaching assistants, governors, Leading Teachers for Gifted and Talented education. It is a text which...
Book review : Perspectives on participation and inclusion : engaging education
This is a book review of Perspectives on participation and inclusion : engaging education edited by Suanne Gibson and Joanna Haynes, published by Continuum in 2009, ISBN 9781847060204. It was reviewed by Susan Wilkinson of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff on behalf of ESCalate. This book would be useful and of interest to students on Education Studies programmes, both undergraduate and postgraduate, and also students and professionals...
Book review: Teaching primary Special Educational Needs
This is a book review of Teaching primary Special Educational Needs by Jonathan Glazzard et al., published by Learning Matters in 2010, ISBN 9781844453672. It was reviewed by Anita Devi of the University of Northampton on behalf of ESCalate. The book is part of the ‘Achieving QTS’ series, designed to support trainees through their initial teacher training and provide readers with knowledge of special educational needs and an understanding of...