5 edition of Raising boys" achievement in primary schools found in the catalog.
Raising boys" achievement in primary schools
Molly J Warrington
Includes bibliographical references (p. -217) and index
|Statement||Molly Warrington and Mike Younger with Eve Bearne|
|Contributions||Younger, Mike, 1948-, Bearne, Eve, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||LC1393 .W37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 224 p. :|
|Number of Pages||224|
|ISBN 10||0335216072, 0335216064|
|ISBN 10||9780335216079, 9780335216062|
Gary Wilson is author of Using the National Healthy School Standard to Raise Boys' Achievement, and speaker at Small Change, Big Impact - Raising Boys' Achievement, on Fri Guardian Author: Guardian Staff. This practical course examines useful and simple strategies to raise the achievement of boys. It focuses on ways to improve boys’ behaviour, attitudes and performance, while offering successful methods to ensure meaningful group work, successful target setting, and .
In the s a panic started about boys’ ‘underachievement’ in North America, Australia, the UK and some other parts of Western Europe. In , the UK’s Chief Inspector of Schools called it “one of the most disturbing problems facing the education system” and it remains prominent in recent policy reports and media coverage.. Researchers in the Gender and Education . About Ideas for Primary Teachers: Raising Boys' Achievement. The educational underachievement of boys is a concern for educational professionals throughout the UK, and so is consistently at the top of most schools' agendas. There is no quick fix to tackle this issue and absolve it completely.
Raising boys' achievement in schools. Bleach, Kevan. Book. Published Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham, Available at Main Library. This item is not reservable because: There are no reservable copies for this title. Please contact a member of library staff for further information. Debbie stressed the importance of involving the community beyond the school gates in raising achievement in school. Debbie's former school had 6% 5 .
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This book explores the whole aspect of boys' achievement, and look at how primary schools are addressing the issue, and the processes involved in schools working collaboratively and voluntarily to share good practice.
Raising Boys’ Achievement Mike Younger and Molly Warrington with John Gray, Jean Rudduck, Ros McLellan, Eva Bearne, Ruth Kershner and Pat Bricheno University of Cambridge Faculty of Education The views expressed in this report are the authors’ and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department for Education and Size: 1MB.
Raising Boys’ Achievement in Primary Schools Mollie Warrington, Mike Younger McGraw-Hill Education, ISBN: This book focuses on successful approaches to raising achievement for boys and the reasons for that success. Eve Bearne (M.A., Ph.D.) is Associate Director of Research at Homerton College, Cambridge, and has been a member of the Raising Boys' Achievement Project team.
She has written extensively on literacy issues in primary and secondary schools and has edited many books, the most recent being Classroom Interactions in Literacy/5(2).
Research project to develop whole school and cross curricular strategies for raising boys’ achievement, with particular focus on lesson planning, and teaching and learning materials and approaches. Sara Stroet. Farlingaye High School. July Contents. Summary. Review of Current Educational Research and Information.
The Picture at Farlingaye. The boys visit the local library once a week and participate in a book club where they read to senior citizens. The boys also take on unique responsibilities within the confines of the school, such as raising the school and New Zealand flags.
The Raising Boys' Achievement Project The Raising Boys' Achievement project is a ten-term project funded by the DfES which seeks to address issues of underachievement and raising achievement of boys and girls in primary, secondary and special schools.
It is a research and intervention project which seeks to identify. There is increasing acknowledgement that differences exist in the levels of achievement of boys and girls in English primary schools, as evidenced by performances in National Curriculum tests at Key Stages 1 and by: "Boysâ¬" achievement has attracted great attention in recent years in many countries.
This comprehensive book based on sound research in schools provides practical insights into how the achievement of boysand girls can be raised. It reminds us that it is not all boys or no girlswho underachieve. It demonstrates the respective roles of teaching andlearning, school culture. Raising Boys' Achievement Packed with practical lesson plans, activities and strategies, plus suggestions of how to take these ideas further, this book is ideal for all primary teachers who are looking to motivate boys in the classroom and move a step closer to closing the gap between male and female achievement in school.
Offers readers an insight into the range of strategies and good practice being used to raise boy's achievement in schools. The contributors are school-biased practitioners with expertise in various aspects of this topic, such as helping boys do better in primary schools Reviews: 1.
Description - Raising Boys' Achievement in Primary Schools by Molly Warrington Within the context of empirical research undertaken by the authors during the course of a 4-year research and intervention project on Raising Boys' Achievement, the book will focus on approaches that are successful in raising achievement for boys, and the reasons for that success.
Within the context of empirical research undertaken by the authors during the course of a 4-year research and intervention project on Raising Boys’ Achievement, the book will focus on approaches that are successful in raising achievement for boys, and the reasons for that success.
It will explore the whole aspect of boys’ achievement, and look at how primary schools. This book offers insights into the range of strategies and good practice being used to raise the achievement of boys.
Case studies by school-based practitioners suggest ideas and measures to address the issue of achievement by boys. The contributions are: (1) "Why the Likely Lads Lag Behind" (Kevan Bleach); (2) "Helping Boys Do Better in Their Primary Schools" (Colin Cited by: Within the context of empirical research undertaken by the authors during the course of a 4-year research and intervention project on Raising Boys Achievement, the book will focus on approaches that are successful in raising achievement for boys, and the reasons for that success.
It will explore the whole aspect of boys achievement, and look at how primary schools. Raising boys attainment and engagement in secondary schools.
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Get this from a library. Raising boys ̓achievement in schools. [Kevan Bleach;] -- Based on case studies and observations in the school setting, the contributors to this study examine ways in which boys can be guided towards better achievement academically. They offer a range of. Get this from a library.
Raising boys' achievement in primary schools: towards an holistic approach. [Molly J Warrington; Mike Younger; Eve Bearne] -- "This book examines the issue of boys' apparent under-achievement at primary school level.
It draws upon the research and intervention project Raising Boys' Achievement commissioned by the DfES. One of the country’s leading authorities on raising boys’ achievement, Gary Wilson is currently a freelance consultant and author of several books including "Raising Boys’ Achievement” and, for parents, "How to Help Your Boy Succeed".
A teacher for twenty-seven years, he began work on raising boys' achievement in his own cluster of schools in West Yorkshire in Alan has delivered over 1, courses to roug teachers. With over 30 years of teaching experience - including seven as an assistant headteacher responsible for teaching, learning and assessment - Alan has extensive experience of employing new teaching and learning strategies.Based on a DfES research project in primary schools, this book uses case studies to incorporate boys'/girls' own perspectives on their educational experiences.
It examines approaches that are successful in raising achievement for boys and reasons for success, as well as examining new approaches to literacy teaching.