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. There are, however, countless way of addressing the issue which will help teachers support the boys in their class to reach their full potential.
In his new book, established writer on boys' underachievement Gary Wilson, gives teachers a way to tap into what is going on inside boys' heads, their experiences and their way of looking at the world around them, and how to value and build upon this in their practice to ensure they get the most of out their male students.
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.
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|Size: ||639 KB|
|Publisher: ||Bloomsbury Education|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781472934475 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|