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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

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Traumatic Brain Injury: Informed Accommodation In The Classroom, Trent J. Martin, Stuart Campbell, Marion Shields Aug 2018

Traumatic Brain Injury: Informed Accommodation In The Classroom, Trent J. Martin, Stuart Campbell, Marion Shields

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

This paper discusses traumatic brain injury (TBI) and the symptoms that affect a student emotionally, cognitively and socially after experiencing a TBI. Traumatic brain injuries can have a profoundly negative impact on a child’s ability to learn at school and interact with peers in social situations. Recent research shows how TBI affects brain function and the impacts that this can have on education. However, research also suggests effective strategies that teachers can use in their classroom when teaching a student who has experienced a TBI.


Promoting Visible Learning Through Using Graphic Organisers, Sarah Hanley Aug 2018

Promoting Visible Learning Through Using Graphic Organisers, Sarah Hanley

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

“Your life as a teacher begins the day you realise

that you are always a learner”

Robert John Meeham

This quote has provoked much thought throughout

my eight years in the teaching profession. It has

stimulated my curiosity to try new initiatives in the

classroom and has challenged the way I view my

role as an educator. As a teacher at Gilson College,

I have been given the opportunity to participate

and reflect upon my teaching practices through

annual Action Research projects.


Establishing Goals For A Personal Learning Strategy: Coaching Learning, John Lewis Nov 2016

Establishing Goals For A Personal Learning Strategy: Coaching Learning, John Lewis

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.