Andrew Fuller

Andrew Fuller has recently been described as an ”interesting mixture of Billy Connolly, Tim Winton and Frasier Crane” and as someone who “puts the heart back into psychology”. As a clinical psychologist, Andrew Fuller works with many schools and communities in Australia and internationally, specialising in the wellbeing of young people and their families. He is a Fellow of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Learning and Educational Development at the University of Melbourne.

Andrew Fuller

Guerrilla Tactics for Teachers
Guerrilla Tactics for Teachers $39.95
Guerrilla Tactics for Teachers is a life-saving, career-preserving, sanity-building guide for teachers. Based on over 30 years of research, it is an essential collection of behaviour management and learning enhancement strategies that will help educators at any stage of their career. These are the methods that will help educators create and maintain calm classrooms that enable students to learn effectively, achieve great results, and still have a life. It provides the secret knowledge of survival in a sector that loses many great teachers to other careers when they decide it is too hard and walk away.
Tricky Conversations
Tricky Conversations $39.95
In a world where tricky conversations can feel like navigating a minefield, Andrew Fuller serves as your guide, offering strategies to resolve conflicts and manage the dynamite sticks of humanity that are tricky people. From workplace politics to family dramas and romantic entanglements, learn how to wield the power of RESOLVE – Respond with respect, Engage, Seek understanding, Observe feelings, Lower the Tone, Value add, and Empower – to emerge victorious from the battleground of interpersonal interactions. Whether you're facing off against Genghis Khan or your next-door neighbour, this book equips you with the tools to turn confrontation into connection and chaos into calm.
Work Smarter, Not Harder
Work Smarter, Not Harder $19.95
Discover the updated edition of Work Smarter, Not Harder, now with the latest research insights on achieving academic success effortlessly. Perfect for students who seek effective study strategies tailored to their preferences.
Neurodevelopmental Differentiation
Neurodevelopmental Differentiation $49.95
As classroom teachers know firsthand, it is critical for K–12 students to be able to extend their learning. But expecting all students to attain the same performance via generalized instruction is unrealistic. Educators must honor and leverage students’ unique learning strengths to support students and expand their possibilities for success. In Neurodevelopmental Differentiation: Optimizing Brain Systems to Maximize Learning, authors Andrew Fuller and Lucy Fuller explain that by understanding the brain’s eight information-processing systems—(1) spatial reasoning, (2) perceptual and motor skills, (3) concentration and memory, (4) planning and sequencing, (5) thinking and logic, (6) people smarts, (7) language and word smarts, and (8) number smarts—educators can help students apply their processing strengths to areas that challenge them using individualized learning plans. With this approach, learners’ growth is limitless. Readers will: Study the eight brain information-processing systems and understand how developing strengths in these areas increases academic success Discover how to identify students’ learning strengths and blockages Learn how to develop individualized learning plans to fit the needs of all students Review templates for recording and tracking student progress Contemplate reflective questions on the eight brain areas to determine next steps in their classrooms

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