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The Independent Publishers Guild We were honoured to receive the Nick Robinson Newcomer Award at the recent IPG Independent Publishing Awards 2014! Many thanks to the IPG and all our friends in the business who have supported us through our start-up phase.

 

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and we're here to help people in education and social work become the best students and professionals they can be.

               

We (Di and Julia) founded Critical Publishing in 2012 after taking redundancy from our previous jobs at the same publishing company. We met up in the cafe in the British Library and hatched a plan.  We believed we could produce books and learning materials for education and social work students and professionals that were fresher and better than what was already around. Vist our Blog.

 

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Welcome, Taylor Cornes

We are pleased to be publishing a series of posts by Taylor Cornes who is currently in her first year studying Primary Initial Teacher Education at the University of Worcester. She has wanted to be a Primary School Teacher from as long as she can remember and in her posts she will give some insight into how her course progresses. You can read her first post here thecriticalblog.

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Introducing the Critical Focus Series
Now available on Kindle.
The Critical Focus Series contains key extracts from our best selling titles:

Voices Within Modern Mental Health. Based on key extracts from Modern Mental Health: Critical Perspectives on Psychiatric Practice.

An Introduction to Primary Inclusion. Based on key extracts from Inclusive Primary Teaching: A Critical Approach to Equality and Special Educational Needs.

Primary Inclusion and the National Priorities. Based on key extracts from Inclusive Primary Teaching: A Critical Approach to Equality and Special Educational Needs.

Social Policy and Drugs and Alcohol. Based on key extracts from Understanding Substance Use: Policy and Practice.

Teaching Phonics and Early Reading. Based on key extracts from from Teaching Systematic Synthetic Phonics and Early English.
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Digital Literacy for Primary Teachers Digital Literacy for Primary Teachers

Moira Savage (author), Anthony Barnett (author)

£14.40
A new book on digital literacy for primary trainees and teachers, completely up to date for the new primary curriculum and computing programmes of study.
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Moira Savage Moira Savage entered the education profession in 1994 as a primary school teacher and became increasingly involved in ICT staff development culminating in joining the University of Worcester in 2003. In 2011 she was awarded a University of Worcester Teaching Fellowship. Her current roles include Senior Lecturer in Initial Teacher Training, Primary ICT and Computing Subject Leader and Institute of Education eLearning Coordinator. She leads a team delivering ICT and Computing education to large cohorts of students on Primary PGCE and BA QTS courses.
Psychosocial and Relationship-based Practice Psychosocial and Relationship-based Practice

Claudia Megele (author)

£22.00
This book offers a critical interdisciplinary analysis of case studies of social work interventions from a psychosocial and relationship-based perspective.
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Claudia Megele Claudia Megele is a Senior Lecturer and PQ/CPD Programme Leader at Middlesex University, she is also the Head of Practice Learning at Enfield Council. Claudia’s psychosocial and interdisciplinary approach is shaped by her studies which include psychology, sociology, social work, and psychotherapy, and her professional experience ranging from play therapy with terminally ill children at Red Cross Children’s Hospital to psychotherapy with adults at the NHS, and from frontline social work with children and families to research on identity, mentalization, empathy and relationships. Claudia has also served in a number of public and third sector posts and organisations including: member of the advisory board of the National Children’s Bureau (NCB), Trustee at Mind, and the Chair and Vice-Chair of Tower Hamlets Police and Community Safety Board.