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Teaching Gifted Learners Book B

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£13.40
Teaching Gifted Learners Book C

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£13.40
Teaching Gifted Learners Book D

by Frances HillGifted and talented individuals possess the attributes and abilities to enrich their own lives and to make a valuable contribution to the knowledge society. This potential can be maximised by the provision of a tailored education which provides the scope and balance which gifted students crave. The perception that gifted students will achieve, regardless of the educational provision, because of their innate abilities, still lingers. International research, however, points to the...

£13.40
Teaching Students with ADHD

by Paula GaleyThis comprehensive 100-page photocopiable book provides support materials for teachers working with students who have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It takes an inclusive approach and is based on the belief that all students are equal members of the school community and that schools have a responsibility to enhance the learning opportunities of all students, including those with special educational needs. The book is divided into ten sections that support work in...

£20.60
The Mentoring Toolkit

The essential guide for mentors working in any setting

by Stephanie George


As one of the UK’s leading practitioners in mentoring and a popular trainer on the topic, Stephanie George shares her vast experience in this practical resource book for learning mentors, intervention workers, behaviour mentors and pastoral support teams. Whether used within a school, pupil or student referral unit, exclusion/inclusion unit or any other educational establishment the resources in this toolkit will...

£40.00
The Resiliency Skills Handbook

How to develop lifelong skills in social and emotional resilience
Ages 11-18

By Steve Burns


This mammoth collection of quick, engaging and effective resources brings together techniques adapted from NLP, Life-Coaching and Positive Psychology to provide an essential and flexible classroom resource for teachers working with students to promote the key skills of social and emotional resilience.

Comprehensive, accessible and tried-and-tested classroom lessons are provided and cross-referenced...

£65.00
The Zones of Regulation

By Leah Kuypers, MA, OT, Autism SpecialistThe Zones of Regulation is a curriculum geared toward helping students gain skills in consciously regulating their actions, which in turn leads to increased control and problem solving abilities. Using a cognitive behaviour approach, the curriculum’s learning activities are designed to help students recognise when they are in different states called “zones,” with each of four zones represented by a different colour. In the activities, students also learn...

£43.00
Think it Through Anger Game

A discussion board game to explore the triggers and outcomes of anger

By Hilary Whates


This engaging and colourful board game will encourage players to consider ways to deal with situations that may make them angry and reconsider ways to deal with situations that may make them angry and to recognise their personal anger 'triggers'.

Players move around the board and when they land on a Situation Square they take a Solve it! card which describes an anger trigger and offers several ways to deal...

£47.50
Think Social! A Social Thinking Curriculum

for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills to students with High Functioning Autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger Syndrome, Nonverbal Learning Disability, ADHD by Michelle Garcia Winner This book builds on the basic philosophy offered in THINKING ABOUT YOU THINKING ABOUT ME. Created at the request of educators, therapists and parents to learn more about how to teach students with weak social cognition and related social skills (Asperger's Syndrome, PDD-NOS, High Functioning Autism, ADHD, NLD,...

£70.40
Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck

The Thinkables & Unthinkables Double Deck is the superflexible teaching tool you asked for to use with individuals who are learning about or have already been introduced to Superflex, the 14 original Unthinkables, and the newer characters, the Thinkables (first mentioned in our book, Social Town Citizens Discover 82 New Unthinkables for Superflex to Outsmart). You take the lead in using the cards — they’re a blank canvas of possibilities! Create games such as “Go Fish” with the cards Use the...

£18.96
Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME, 2nd Edition
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Thinking About YOU Thinking About ME is designed for people who live with or teach children or adults who struggle to consider the point of view or motives of others. This is a crucial skill and is needed to develop effective interpersonal relations but it is a hugely complex task to achieve for anyone with a social cognition disability. Following up on her first book, Inside Out: What Makes a Person with Social Cognitive Disorders Tick? Social Thinking expert Michelle Garcia Winner illuminates...

£39.20
Thinking Shakespeare – Macbeth

Using Higher Order Thinking Skills by Jeff Lilly The Thinking Shakespeare series is a collection of learning activities that encourages understanding through a logical progression of thinking skills - from remembering who, what, and when, to knowing how and why. This progression is based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. This photocopiable series is designed to help make Shakespeare accessible, simply that. Studying the bard is not always an easy exercise and his plays still excite...

£16.40
Thinking Shakespeare – Romeo & Juliet

Using Higher Order Thinking Skills by Jeff Lilly The Thinking Shakespeare series is a collection of learning activities that encourages understanding through a logical progression of thinking skills - from remembering who, what, and when, to knowing how and why. This progression is based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. This photocopiable series is designed to help make Shakespeare accessible, simply that. Studying the bard is not always an easy exercise and his plays still excite...

£16.40
Thinking Shakespeare – The Merchant of Venice

Using Higher Order Thinking Skills by Jeff Lilly The Thinking Shakespeare series is a collection of learning activities that encourages understanding through a logical progression of thinking skills - from remembering who, what, and when, to knowing how and why. This progression is based on Bloom's Taxonomy of Educational Objectives. This photocopiable series is designed to help make Shakespeare accessible, simply that. Studying the bard is not always an easy exercise and his plays still excite...

£16.40
Thinking Themes Book A

Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Classroom by Cathie Currie and Sally Robertson Thinking Themes Books A and B provides flexible, theme-based activities that support the development of thinking skills. In particular, the series provides structured opportunities for students to: Engage in a variety of analytical, creative and critical thinking activities Choose an area of study that interests them, from within a broad theme Develop, practice, and improve their thinking skills Develop research...

£17.20
Thinking Themes Book B

Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Classroom by Cathie Currie and Sally Robertson Thinking Themes Books A and B provides flexible, theme-based activities that support the development of thinking skills. In particular, the series provides structured opportunities for students to: Engage in a variety of analytical, creative and critical thinking activities Choose an area of study that interests them, from within a broad theme Develop, practice, and improve their thinking skills Develop research...

£17.20
Thinksheets for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills

(formerly titled Worksheets!) by Michelle Garcia Winner Mini-lesson plans for higher-functioning individuals with autism spectrum disorder, social (pragmatic) communication disorder, ADHD, or other related social-emotional learning challenges. One of Social Thinking's best-selling books, Worksheets!, now has a new name: Thinksheets. Same great content, now with a new title and cover. THINKSHEETS for Teaching Social Thinking and Related Skills provides parents and educators with concrete ways to...

£29.00
Visual Supports for 10 Key Social Thinking Vocabulary Concepts

These visual supports encourage the active use of 10 Social Thinking Vocabulary concepts that lay the foundation for social learning, which are fundamental to the social experience and are relevant across languages, cultures, and ages (starting at age 4). While they are a small set of our broader teaching platform, they are an important place to begin an individual’s discovery into their own social-emotional learning as well as discovering the social world that surrounds them, regardless of...

£21.60
Why Teach Social Thinking?

Questioning Our Assumptions About What It Means To Learn Social SkillsToday's children (both neurotypical and those with social learning challenges) are entering school with declining abilities to learn in a group, attend to a lesson, be considerate toward others, or self-regulate their own behaviour. Teachers are increasingly finding themselves ill-equipped with the know-how, tools, and strategies to teach students about social awareness, emotional intelligence, and self-regulation of...

£19.60
Worry & Anxiety Toolkit in a Tin

A programme teaching young people aged 9 and over to manage their own anxiety and worry.


Lots of techniques to use on their own when they begin to feel worried printed onto a fan to keep in their pocket or bag. CD-rom with printable resources. Instruction book and over 80 question petals on 6 fans to initiate conversations about the individual is feeling.

Anxiety is common in young people and without support can lead to illness and depression.

This anxiety and worry kit uses the principles...

£39.99

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