This comprehensive book is designed to help health professionals of all disciplines who work with children gain understanding and skill in how to approach and treat children's pain, and help children understand and cope with their own pain.
Packed with practical teaching strategies, Making Every Lesson Count bridges the gap between research findings and classroom practice. Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby examine the evidence behind what makes great teaching and explore how to implement this in the classroom to make a difference to learning.
Written by Louise Hutton and Dawn Cox, Making Every RE Lesson Count: Six principles to support religious education teaching brings together the latest curriculum developments with evidence-informed practice and shares practical strategies for use in the RE classroom.
Don't Doubt the Rainbow is a new contemporary detective series with a difference - to solve each mystery, 13-year-old Edie Marble must harness the Three Principles, a new approach to understanding how the mind works that is currently proving invaluable in improving mental health and well-being in children internationally.
This book details strategies designed to improve your eyesight by literally exercising your ability to see. Leo's approach is very specific and targets each degree of vision problem. He explains how you can tone your eye muscles, release tension and build up energy in order to regain your natural eyesight.
Leo Angart runs workshops all over the world, helping people to regain their natural vision and throw away their glasses for good. He regularly encounters children whose eyesight is being adversely affected by their glasses or who don't really need glasses at all.