All together now [electronic resource].

by Alexander Street Press [supplier.]Looking glass; Libra Television [producer.].

Series: Ease the load: Publisher: [England] : Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2005.Description: 1 online resource (14 min.).Subject(s): Bullying in the workplaceLooking glass | Interpersonal relationsLooking glass | Teams in the workplaceLooking glass | Instructional television programs | Nonfiction television programsLooking glassPreviously released as DVD.Note: Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).Language: This edition in English. Summary: Relationships matter and can make the difference between a good day in school and a bad one. Presenter Emma Wilkinson meets a teacher who reveals how unhappy she has been over the past two years because she was bullied by another staff member. Lynn Witheridge from The Andrea Adams Trust, the only UK charity dedicated to tackling workplace bullying, offers some general advice. At Park Hill Junior School in Croydon an African music and dance workshop was booked through Sewa-Education. The drummers and dancers worked with the pupils during the day and then stayed on for an after-school teambuilding session with staff. Discover how Dawn McCormack and Michael Tidd found romance thanks to a website especially for teachers, hosted by the TES. It was created by Dawn Cox when she realised teachers needed somewhere to go to meet other people who understand their profession. It certainly worked for Dawn and Michael who met, fell in love and moved in together in the space of three months.Online access: Watch this video from Alexander Street Press
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Title from resource description page (viewed Mar. 5, 2012).

Relationships matter and can make the difference between a good day in school and a bad one. Presenter Emma Wilkinson meets a teacher who reveals how unhappy she has been over the past two years because she was bullied by another staff member. Lynn Witheridge from The Andrea Adams Trust, the only UK charity dedicated to tackling workplace bullying, offers some general advice. At Park Hill Junior School in Croydon an African music and dance workshop was booked through Sewa-Education. The drummers and dancers worked with the pupils during the day and then stayed on for an after-school teambuilding session with staff. Discover how Dawn McCormack and Michael Tidd found romance thanks to a website especially for teachers, hosted by the TES. It was created by Dawn Cox when she realised teachers needed somewhere to go to meet other people who understand their profession. It certainly worked for Dawn and Michael who met, fell in love and moved in together in the space of three months.

Previously released as DVD.

Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2012. (VAST: Academic video online). Available via World Wide Web.

This edition in English.

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