An essential and concise read for all those involved in teaching and learning in higher education, looking at best practice to support student transition to university.
52 Ideas, tools and models for great coaching conversations
A clear and intelligent guide for anyone who wants to engage in effective coaching conversations.
A new and updated fourth edition of this essential text for the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training that takes into account the refreshed ETF standards and the changing direction of teaching and learning.
A collection of (fictitious) stories told from the residential child care worker role to help demonstrate how they work with dilemmas, weigh up options and make decisions in the moment.
Principal Social Workers, from both adults' and children's services, talk about key areas of their practice.
An essential guide for student police officers to support them throughout their PCDA programme and enable them to pass the EPA first time.
This book presents ideas and approaches to support people living with dementia, and their families, to live a good life.
Another essential guide for early career teachers that provides guidance and support in relation to building subject knowledge and confidence across primary foundation subjects.
How to develop young people's leadership potential and ambitions though a three-stage coaching model that is simple, effective and measurable.
Intelligence-led Policing is essential reading for all pre-join policing qualifications and is matched to the national policing curriculum. Suitable for all trainee and student police officers as well as those on criminology courses.
An essential and up to date companion for trainee and current police officers examining the key and complex topic of policing mental health, vulnerability and risk.
Essential Guides for Early Career Teachers: Understanding Your Role in Curriculum Design and Implementation
A key text to help early career teachers understand the important role they can play in school curriculum design and implementation.
A critical introduction to key concepts underpinning problem-solving models and theories seen in everyday policing, encouraging critical thinking and ethical decision making for students and officers of the future.
Helps social workers and health professionals recognise potential risks in situations, when to avoid involvement, and how best to manage the risks.
Focuses on using a strength-based approach when working with children and families; based on the belief that there are always strengths in the most challenging of situations.
Explores how to evidence teaching achievements, and the implications of this for the status of HE teaching, as well as individual careers, before suggesting practical and demonstrable ways forward for individuals and institutions.