Other reviews in this week's TES Friday Magazine

5th January 2001 at 00:00

Television
to pre-school youngsters - this time from Channel 4 Learning.

The Term Ahead
BBC2 asksnbsp;children can overcome shyness and confidence problems in The Confidence Lab while Grange Hill makes a return to BBC1.


Radio
The Term Ahead
Special reports on children's mental health from the BBC's flagship children's current affairs programme, Newsround.


Book of the Week
How to Use your Eyes
James Elkins
Routledge, pound;16.99


Education Books
Lifelong Learning
Getting a Life
Ed. Michael Simmons
Peter Owen, pound;9.99

Education Theory
Schools in the Learning Age
Ed. Bill Lucas and Toby Greany
Southgate Publishers, pound;12.95

The Caring Classroom: Towards a learning environment
Henry Pluckrose
Education Now Books, pound;9.95

The Sharp Edge of Educational Change
Ed. Nina Bascia, Andy Hargreaves
RoutledgeFalmer, pound;17.99

Citizenship
Prejudice: From individual identity to nationalism in young people
Cedric Cullingford
Kogan Page, pound;18.99


Children's Books
The Birdman
Melvin Burgess
Andersen Press, pound;9.99


Books for Primary Pupils
Citizenship
Children as Partners in Planning
Save the Children
Plymbridge Distributors, pound;15

The Junior Citizenship Videos (plus handbook)
Team Video Productions, pound;37.74


Books for Secondary Pupils
International
Seeds for Life
Christian Aid, pound;12.99

Food for our Future
Food and Drink Federation, Free

Social Literacy
Social Literacy, Citizenship Education and the National Curriculum
James Arthur, Jon Davidson and William Stow
RoutledgeFalmer, pound;16.99

Europe
Speak Out on European Citizenship
Institute for Citizenship, Free


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