354 books (18 pages) in this category
by Ryoko Tsuneyoshi
by Robert Infantino
by Jonathan Cole
Positive Strategies to Engage All Students and Promote a Psychology of Success
by John Shindler
by Pallavi Amitava Banerjee
Lessons in Freedom from Young Children at School
by Carla Shalaby
<p><b>A radical educator’s paradigm-shifting inquiry into the accepted, normal demands of school, as illuminated by moving portraits of four young “problem children” </b><br><br>In this dazzling debut, Carla Shalaby, a former elementary ...
Implications for Teaching
by Michael Nagel
Practices and perspectives
by Joanne Ailwood
A foundational text for pre-service teachers explaining the theories, policies and pedagogies that shape the provision of early childhood education and care in Australia. ...
by Shirley Clarke
Australia's Global University
by Mick Le Moignan
<p> <p>From the early days of the Colombo Plan to today’s ambitious international student programs, the University of New South Wales has always looked not just at home but abroad to give its students the opportunity to experience the wider ...
by Jennifer Klein
by Carrie Hong
Promoting Reggio-Inspired Approaches in All Schools
by Mara Krechevsky
<b>A progressive, research-based approach for making learning visible</b> <p>Based on the Reggio Emilia approach to learning, <i>Visible Learners</i> highlights learning through interpreting objects and artifacts, group learning, and ...
by Andrew Jennings
Vocabulary has to be the single most important aspect of a modern curriculum. Explicit and engaging vocabulary teaching has the power to promote independence in learners, ignite imaginations, deliver understanding and raise education standards ...
by John Miller
<p>Known for their prominent tusks and distinctive whiskers, the walrus has often cropped up in contemporary culture: from its role as the majestic protagonist walking along the briny beach in Lewis Carroll's poem "The Walrus and the Carpenter,"
by Marie Howe
<p>Informed by the death of a beloved brother, here are the stories of childhood, its thicket of sex and sorrow and joy, boys and girls growing into men and women, stories of a brother who in his dying could teach how to be most alive. What the ...
by Genevieve Siegel-Hawley
by Yoko Tawada
<p>Where Europe Begins presents a collection of startling new stories by Japanese writer Yoko Tawada. Moving through landscapes of fairy tales, family history, strange words and letters, dreams, and every-day reality, Tawada\'s work blurs ...
A Cognitive Scientist Answers Questions About How the Mind Works and What It Means for the Classroom
by Daniel T. Willingham
<b>Easy-to-apply, scientifically-based approaches for engaging students in the classroom</b> <p>Cognitive scientist Dan Willingham focuses his acclaimed research on the biological and cognitive basis of learning. His book will help teachers ...