Fiona Shelton Publications - College of Education Publications - University of Derby

Fiona Shelton

Fiona Shelton

Fiona is Deputy Head of Department PGS and ITE: Head of ITE (core).

Fiona Shelton: 101 Essential Lists on Managing Behavior in the Early Years

101 Essential Lists on Managing Behavior in the Early Years

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Based on a best-selling title 100 Essential Lists for Teachers, this title contains lists for early years’ practitioners on how to manage behaviour. Lists range from the practical and thoughtful to the wacky and innovative, and cover a wide range of topics.

‘If you're losing the battle for control in the classroom this book can help you to restore order. It contains a wealth of information concisely packaged.’ Primary Choice

Fiona Shelton: Effective Behaviour Management in the Primary Classroom

Effective Behaviour Management in the Primary Classroom

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‘Successful teaching and learning requires a thorough understanding of how to implement a range of effective behaviour management approaches, strategies and philosophies. It is not only essential to put be able to put these approaches into practice, but also have an understanding of the reasoning behind the behaviour and the underlying theoretical perspectives to maintain an effective working environment. Through the use of case studies, reflective tasks, and examples from the classroom, this book generates a new approach to the 'hows' and 'whys' of behaviour management in the primary school.’

Fiona Shelton: Education & Gender: Gender-specific education in different countries. Historical aspects - current trends

Education & Gender: Gender-specific education in different countries. Historical aspects - current trends

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’A study funded by the European Commission, relating to gender specific differences in learning achievements, shows among other things that whilst gender equality is a hot topic in many countries a general equality policy is not always advocated. More importantly, Measures to reduce gender differences in achievement seem to focus primarily on the underachievement of boys. In this publication, historical aspects and current trends within 12 European countries, regarding gender equality in education are presented and compared. The country studies and comparative analysis will inform and inspire everybody who is interested in gender issues in education.’