Consulting pupils

what"s in it for schools? by Julia Flutter

Publisher: RoutledgeFalmer in London, New York, NY

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Places:

  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Teacher-student relationships -- Great Britain -- Case studies.,
  • Student participation in administration -- Great Britain -- Case studies.,
  • Communication in education -- Great Britain -- Case studies.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementJulia Flutter & Jean Rudduck.
GenreCase studies.
SeriesWhat"s in it for schools?
ContributionsRudduck, Jean.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1033 .F58 2004
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3678151M
ISBN 100415263042, 0415263050
LC Control Number2003018472

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'For any school that is examining its practice of consulting pupils, this book will provide a wealth of guidance. For those schools that have not yet considered consulting pupils then this book makes essential reading.' - Special Children. About the by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A publication from the TLRP/ESRC Project, Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning.".

Consulting Pupils What’s in it for schools. The What’s in it for schools. series aims to make educational policy issues relevant to practitioners. Each book in the series focuses on a major. Consulting Pupils considers the potential benefits and implications of talking to students about teaching and learning in school, exploring its impact at different issues included are: * the importance of engaging young learners in a focused dialogue about learning * the role of pupil consultation in helping schools to develop new directions for improvementAuthor: Julia Flutter.

Consulting Pupils considers the potential benefits and implications of talking to students about teaching and learning in school, exploring its impact at different levels. Key issues included are: * the importance of engaging young learners in a focused dialogue about learning* the role of pupil consultation in helping schools to develop new directions for improvement* the wider implications.

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Get this from a library. Consulting pupils: what's in it for schools?. [Julia Flutter; Jean Rudduck] -- 'Consulting Pupils' is designed to help teachers to think through the possibilities and protocols of consulting students about teaching and learning, and to consider how to do this within the context.

Consulting Pupils considers the potential benefits and implications of talking to students about teaching and learning in school, exploring its impact at different levels. Key issues included are: * the importance of engaging young learners in a focused dialogue about learning* the role of pupil consultation in helping schools to develop new directions for improvement* the wider implications Author: Bethan Morgan.

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Consulting Pupils considers the potential benefits and implications of talking to students about teaching and learning in school, exploring its impact at different levels.

Key issues included are: * the importance of engaging young learners in a f. Consulting Pupils: A Toolkit for Teachers Volume 1 of Consulting pupils about teaching and learning TLRP/ESRC project: Authors: John E. MacBeath, Jean Rudduck: Contributors: Economic and Social Research Council (Great Britain), Teaching and Learning Research Programme (Great Britain) Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Pearson, ISBN.

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The ASKAIDS Project involved a research project in Sub-Saharan Africa, focused on understanding how primary age pupils acquire sexual knowledge, in what contexts and how this relates to the HIV education received in schools (phase 1). The second phase produced a set of curriculum development materials in dialogue with local stakeholders.

The Toolkit is available from the ASKAIDS Project. Consulting Pupils – What’s in it for schools. Julia Flutter and Jean Rudduck.

Routledge Falmer, Taylor and Francis Group. ISBN £ Star Rating: 3/5. This book is aimed at practising teachers in schools and combines both details of apparently sound educational research into the benefits of student consultation and.

This book explores these insights in the two core domains of schooling, the academic program and the culture of schools. In the final chapter we spend considerable time exploring the relationship between what we see through the eyes of students and the work of scholars exploring the dimensions of effective educational practices.

Requirements for RSE are changing from September If you're updating your curriculum or policy, you should start your consultation process as soon as possible.

The below information might be helpful when consulting with pupils and staff. In next week’s blog post, we’ll take a look at the tools needed to consult with parents. We worked with education experts Malcolm Groves ./ Consulting with our SEN Pupils, Parents & Carers.

Consulting with our SEN Pupils, Parents & Carers This may be done through phonecalls, meetings or a home-school communication book which ensures that we can work together and that there is a constant line of communication.The researcher delimited the study to the analysis of causes of indiscipline amongst secondary school pupils in Nyanga District of Manicaland Province in Eastern Zimbabwe.

Views from teachers were used in the research. Perceptions from other stakeholders like heads, parents, education inspectors and pupils themselves were not used for this File Size: KB.