Develop self-directed and resilient learners with ‘Social Skills for Effective Learning’! This practical manual is the perfect companion for teachers and parents who want to promote emotional intelligence, empathy, conflict resolution and diversity in children. Written by former teacher and training consultant Annie Greef, the book features six units with an overview, guidelines and photocopiable activity sheets. Suitable for a variety of ages and abilities, this resource book includes a glossary of terms and an appendix linking the units to the National Curriculum. Inspire personal development and become a role model for your students with ‘Social Skills for Effective Learning’!
Both books are excellent. They are very relevant to what we teach in relation to ”social, personal and health education”. For undergraduate students, the theory/context of each area is properly presented. The range and selection of activities is excellent and extremely applicable to experiential learning methodology. Both books have a wide range of activities that deal with emotional and social intelligence and excellent introductory reading material to the field of SPHE. I will recommend them as a basic text for our first and second year students.
Mairead Barry, Department of Health, Sport and Exercise Sciences, School of Health Sciences
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