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Secondary SEAL: Background

Background of the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) project, its impact and its links to key aspects such as attendance and behaviour during all phases of education. This article is based on the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning for secondary schools (SEAL) Guidance booklet.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Session 15 Using a dictionary

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Effective practice in relation to Respecting Each Other

Understanding feelingsTalk about your own feelings when you respond to situations and stories.Accept children's feelings and reassure them that they can express them.

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Language and thought

Vygotsky (1978: 24) suggested that ‘the most significant moment in the course of intellectual development, which gives birth to the purely human forms of practical and abstract intelligence, occurs when speech and practical activity, two previously ...

Understanding poor behaviour

Find out about the basic needs of learners and possible reasons for poor behaviour, and find suggestions about how to address any issues identified. Establishing a positive whole-school ethos can help to improve behaviour.

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A nurture group at a Fulham Secondary School

Case study on creating a nurture group to bolster support for learners, which includes what was done, the impact and next steps. Part of Behaviour: Meeting individual needs.

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What

The intention was to engage early years practitioners, advisers and educational psychologists. Approaches included collaborative group work, first-hand learning, classroom enquiry and demonstration. This a part of a user-generated case study: The ...

Stage 2 – Developing learning

This activity is the second step in the Key Stage 3 teaching sequence ‘Identifying and solving problems to overcome challenges of an adventurous nature’, where pupils attempt group challenges, drawing on the previous activity’s outcomes to improve ...

Research that supports ECaT

Read about the reasons behind Every Child a Talker (ECaT) with research summaries on early intervention, language opportunities and children's background, and lack of conversation, practitioners and parent involvement. This is part of Early Years ...

Summary

There were several crucial things that made a difference. They included enthusiasm combined with sheer determination to make things happen and make a difference to babies and families. This a part of a user-generated case study: The Northamptonshire ...