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Teaching for Character free pdf Is it possible to teach for character and raise academic standards? This book - the first in the seven-part Invisible INK series - argues that character education is an essential tool for creating a positive learning environment and getting the best out of your students. It offers practical advice to help encourage grit, adaptability, optimism, self-control, empathy, discernment and trust in young learners important foundations in any future success in and out of school. With insights from the author s career as teacher and trainer, the Invisible INK series aims to shed light on this 'Invisible Curriculum' and the secret ingredients that really unlock a child s potential.

About Andrew Hammond

After some years in the legal profession, Andrew re-trained as a teacher and has been a Headmaster, Deputy Headmaster, Director of Studies, Housemaster and Head of English and Drama. He holds a BA (Hons) QTS from Bath and an MA in Creativity in Education from Kings College London. A prolific educational author, Andrew has written over thirty titles for several major publishers including Hodder, Harcourt, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Sage, Rising Stars and Galore Park Publishing. He has contributed articles to the Times Educational Supplement and other educational periodicals. Andrew is Lead Author of the Independent Curriculum (IC Programmes for Learning), a new curriculum launched in schools in September 2011, and published by Galore Park Publishing. Andrew has worked as an English Coordinator for the Independent Association of Prep Schools (IAPS) and as an English Common Entrance Setter for the Independent Schools Examination Board (ISEB). In addition to his teaching, Andrew is an educational consultant and motivational speaker, delivering INSET courses across the country and speaking regularly at conferences on creativity and independent thinking. See Educational Training and Authoring pages for Andrew's training and writing credits to date. Andrew is the founder of www.mymotivators.co.uk

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Author : Andrew Hammond
Publisher : John Catt Educational Ltd
Data Published : 18 May 2015
ISBN : 1909717347
EAN : 9781909717343
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 156 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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