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UKLA Book Award Winners 2021!

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Our Class Loves This Book Award Winners!

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UKLA Academic Book Award Winner 2021!

How and Why to Read and Create Children’s Digital Books: A Guide for Primary Practitioners by Natalia Kucirkova.

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#UKLAResearchLives @LaurelSmith78 has chosen Sachs, J. (2011). Chapter 11: Skilling or Emancipating? Metaphors for Continuing Teacher Professional Development. In Mockler, N. and Sachs, J. (Eds.). Rethinking Educational Practice Through Reflexive Inquiry. Volume 7 (pp. 153-167).

In this week’s shout-out for #UKLAPublications @ecawemma recommends Children’s Writing Journals - 'Full of insightful & practical tips on introducing a class to writing journals - this is a minibook I recommend to all primary teachers, & student teachers’. http://ow.ly/cgxE50FFo8O

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