TESpro links and references - 300312

All the weblinks and references from the March 30 2012 edition of TESpro in one place

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Homework

References

* Sammons, P., Sylva, K., Melhuish, E., Siraj-Blatchford, I., Taggart, B., Toth, K., Draghici, D. and Smees, R. (2011a). Effective Pre-School, Primary and Secondary Education Project (EPPSE 3-14): Influences on students' attainment and progress in Key Stage 3: Academic outcomes in English, maths and science in Year 9. London: Institute of Education, University of London Department for Education. http:eppe.ioe.ac.uk

* Kralovec, Etta (2007) A brief history of homework. Published in Encounter. Vol 20, Number 4.

http:people.hofstra.eduEsther_FuscoENC204view.pdf#page=8

* Hallam, S. (2004) Homework: the evidence. Institute of Education. London

* Cooper, H. (2006) The Battle over Homework (3rd edition). Corwin. California.

* Gill, B and Schlossman, S. (2003) A Nation at Rest: The American Way of Homework. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. Vol 25. No 3. pp 319-337

* MacBeath, J. Kirwan, T, Myers, K, McCall, J, Smith I, McKay, E with Sharp C, Bhabra, S, Weindling D and Pocklington, K (2001) The impact of study support: a report of a longitudinal study into the impact of participation in out-of-school-hours learning on academic attainment, attitudes and school attendance of secondary school students. (DfES Research Report 273) London. DfES.

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Crying wolf on call-outs

Paul Dix is touring the UK with his one-man behaviour show, keynote speeches and seminars. To book visit www.pivotaleducation.com

Tom Bennett's blog

http:behaviourguru.blogspot.com

To pose your questions to our behaviour experts, add a new thread here: www.tes.co.ukbehaviour

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Education's answer to a holodeck

http:4diplay.blogspot.com2010104di-futuristic-solution-for-canberra.html

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To pose questions to the TESpro Career Clinic, visit: www.tes.co.ukcareerclinic

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The impact of parental discipline

How is parenting style related to child antisocial behaviour? Preliminary findings from the Helping Children Achieve study

https:www.education.gov.ukpublicationseOrderingDownloadDFE-RR185a.pdf

Helping Children Achieve, King's College, London and Institute of Psychiatry at The Maudsley

http:www.iop.kcl.ac.ukdepartments?locator=1121

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