Library hosts a considerable number of publications on topics ranging
from trade unionism to education. A multitude of dissertations are
also available. MUT members can borrow books from the library as their
library membership is free. Non MUT members can become library members
for €10 per annum.
Library opens every Tuesday between 2.30pm and 5pm, and every Thursday
between 9.00am and noon. For further information please contact the
librarian, Doris Camilleri on firstname.lastname@example.org.
List of Available Publications
- The Dyslexia Handbook
2011 and 2012 (British Dyslexia Association) -
A compendium of articles and resources for dyslexic people, their
families and the professionals who deal with them.
- Winning with Dyslexia
(published by the British Dyslexia Assocation) -
A guide for Secondary Schools
- Dyslexia and Drama
by Helen Eadon -
helping teachers to guarantee that dyslexic students get the
most from drama inside and outside the classroom.
- Gramsci, Freire
and Adult Education: Possibilities for Transformative Action
Prof. Peter J. Mayo
- The Administrative
A Practical Guide to Improved Administrative Performance and Personal
Decisions - Peter Seldin & Mary Lou Higgerson
- The Economics of
the Trade Union -
Alison L. Booth
- 1001 Great Ideas
for Teaching and Raising Children with Autism or Asperger's -
Ellen Notbohm & Veronica Zysk
- Why Join a Trade
Union? - Jo Phillips & David Seymour
OF DYSLEXIA AND INTERVENTION:
A practical guide to understanding, assessing, and helping individuals
who have dyslexia. Addressing the components that need to be considered
in the assessment of dyslexia - both cognitive and academic.
PERF0RMANCE PRINCIPLES FOR HIGH ACHIEVERS:
Do you have what it takes to become a high achiever? Read about
the six essential attitudes of a high achiever.
IDEAS - DRAMA:
This book provides teachers with unique, easy to use activities
that are fun to teach and fun to do. Included in this book are lively
warm up activities, full session drama activities and also a humorous
play, perfect for a class or group performance.
TO TEACH DRAMA 11 - 18:
This book is aimed at all aspiring secondary drama teachers, and
combined English and Drama Teachers. It provides comprehensive guidance
on how to begin training, develop subject knowledge, plan lessons,
manage classrooms, assess work, meet professional responsibilities
and work in partnership with others.
LIKE A CHAMPION:
A comprehensive resource filled with the techniques that have proven
it is possible to close the achievement gap. In this book, the author
Doug Lemov offers essential tools of the teaching craft so that
you can unlock the talent and skill waiting in your students, no
matter how many previous classrooms, schools, or teachers have been
are invited to participate in the Union's consultation processes
which are held regularly. These consultation processes assist the
Union to devise policies, strategies and procedures.
here for details.