First Published in 2006. Helping teachers to counter challenging behaviour, absenteeism and bullying, this book follows on from the successful Improving Behaviour and Raising Self-esteem ( 2001) and shows how Transactional Analysis can benefit the individual, class and whole school across the early years, primary and secondary phases. The book includes: An introduction to TA concepts and a map to direct readers around the book; Case studies that highlight how TA can be implemented in different educational settings; Time-saving photo coplable resources. For SEN Co-ordinators, LSU Managers, teachers, Lead Behaviour Professionals, Behaviour Education Support Teams, Learning Mentors, policy-makers in schools and LEAs, Educational Psychologists and Early Years Specialists.

chapter |4 pages

TA Terminology

ByGiles Barrow, Trudi Newton

chapter |12 pages

I Teaching TA in the Primary School

ByLinda Hellaby

chapter |13 pages

3 It Doesn't Matter What Age You Are — It's What Stage You Are At That Counts

ByGill Wong, Emma Bradshaw

chapter |7 pages

4 Keep Taking the TA: A Letter to Henri Matisse

ByPatricia Blake

chapter |11 pages

6 Am I In or Out? Using Imago Theory in Developing Effective Group Work

ByEmma Bradshaw, Gill Wong

chapter |8 pages

10 Conclusion

ByGiles Barrow, Trudi Newton