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What Works by Lee Elliot Major

Title What Works
Author Lee Elliot Major
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2019-10-03
Category Education
Total Pages 192
ISBN 1472965612
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the authors of the Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit comes What Works?, a must-read guide that summarises the research and hard evidence of what works and what doesn't in primary and secondary classrooms, and provides practical strategies for transforming pupils' progress. Lee Elliot Major and Steve Higgins look at common teaching approaches, including raising aspirations, improving behaviour, outdoor learning and parental engagement. They present the research and evidence behind each approach and provide practical steps for best practice in the classroom to boost the learning and life outcomes of all pupils. Explored in a concise, accessible manner, the research and evidence is distilled into clear, precise guidance that can be used immediately, ideal for any busy teacher. What Works? makes it easy for all primary and secondary teachers to become research-informed practitioners in every aspect of their teaching. From debunking enduring education myths to providing practical next steps and strategies that really make a difference, this is the essential guide to evidence-based teaching and a must-have for every teacher looking to increase their impact in the classroom.

What Works by D. Scott Slocombe

Title What Works
Author D. Scott Slocombe
Publisher California Inst of Public
Release 1993
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 55
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What Works by Lindsay Allen

Title What Works
Author Lindsay Allen
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Food relief
Total Pages 123
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Includes statistics.

What Works for Whom by Chris Hasluck

Title What Works for Whom
Author Chris Hasluck
Publisher
Release 2007
Category Employment agencies
Total Pages 149
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What Works by Iris Bohnet

Title What Works
Author Iris Bohnet
Publisher Belknap Press
Release 2018-10-15
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9780674986565
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shortlisted for the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award A Financial Times Best Business Book of the Year A Times Higher Education Book of the Week Best Business Book of the Year, 800-CEO-READ Gender equality is a moral and a business imperative. But unconscious bias holds us back, and de-biasing people's minds has proven to be difficult and expensive. By de-biasing organizations instead of individuals, we can make smart changes that have big impacts. Presenting research-based solutions, Iris Bohnet hands us the tools we need to move the needle in classrooms and boardrooms, in hiring and promotion, benefiting businesses, governments, and the lives of millions. "Bohnet assembles an impressive assortment of studies that demonstrate how organizations can achieve gender equity in practice...What Works is stuffed with good ideas, many equally simple to implement." --Carol Tavris, Wall Street Journal "A practical guide for any employer seeking to offset the unconscious bias holding back women in organizations, from orchestras to internet companies." --Andrew Hill, Financial Times

What Works for Me by Thomas R. Horton

Title What Works for Me
Author Thomas R. Horton
Publisher Random House Incorporated
Release 1986
Category Directores de compañías
Total Pages 436
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Interviews with 16 top executives reveal their backgrounds, strengths, weaknesses, management strategies, secrets of success, and thoughts on the future

Knowing what Works by Christoph M. Schmidt

Title Knowing what Works
Author Christoph M. Schmidt
Publisher
Release 2001
Category Expenditures, Public
Total Pages 42
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title What Works in Reducing Domestic Violence
Author Julie Taylor-Browne
Publisher Lawrence & Wishart Limited
Release 2001
Category Social Science
Total Pages 396
ISBN 9781861770370
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is probably one of the most important book on domestic violence to be published in Britain in the last several years. What Works in Reducing Domestic Violence? presents a wealth of information on domestic violence and the strategies which have proved effective for dealing with it. The book is outstanding for in the quality and number of its contributors, all of whom are well-known and respected in the field. The book is written to be accessible to practitioners, academics and any one engaged in multi-agency work in this area.Focusing on how to improve agency responses to women's needs, the chapters draw on a wide range of evaluations carried out internationally and on feedback from women themselves. Subjects covered include: ? housing needs; ?health services; the criminal justice response; ?children's needs; multi-agency working; perpetrators;? civil remedies; ?outreach and advocacy. The book also examines what is known about the risks of domestic violence and its costs, and makes the case for targeted interventions which will ultimately save both lives and money. The bibliography offers a most helpful listing of recent work in this field. This book has its origins in work commissioned in 1999 by the Home Office of England and Wales under its Crime Reduction Programme Violence against Women Initiative. Summaries of the work in each area were published as a Crime Reduction Programme Briefing Note which proved to be one of the most popular collections that the Home Office ever issued. The reports, now available in this book, represent the views of the authors, and should not be taken to be Home Office or Government policy. However, they amount to a comprehensive guide- which any professional in this field will want to have always to hand. Contents Women survivors? views on domestic violence services Audrey Mullender and Gill Hague Meeting the needs of children who live with domestic violence Audrey Mullender Dealing with perpetrators Audrey Mullender and Sheila Burton What role can the Health services play? Leslie L Davidson, Valerie King, Jo Garcia, Sally Marchant Effective policing of domestic violence Jalna Hanmer and Sue Griffiths Accommodation provision for households experiencing domestic violence Debra Levison & Nicola HarwinDomestic violence and harassment: An assessment of the civil remedies Susan Edwards New directions in prosecuting domestic violence Susan Edwards Supporting women and children in their communities: Outreach and advocacy approaches to domestic violence Liz Kelly and Cathy Humphreys Multi-agency initiatives as a response to domestic violence Gill Hague Assessing and managing the risk of domestic violence Sylvia Walby and Andrew Myhill Monitoring costs and evaluating needs Debbie Crisp and Betsy Stanko Julie Taylor-Browne was a Principal Research Officer the Home Office, responsible for the Crime Reduction Programme's Violence against Women Initiative.

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