1174 books (59 pages) in this category
by Geoff Platt
by Lucy Clark
Nothing will ever be as easy as your school years,' well-meaning adults told her, but I knew for my daughter, and for many kids who have struggled as square pegs trying to make themselves round, this was dead wrong. When Lucy Clark's daughter ...
The Ideal Dictionary for Beginning Studes - HSK Level 1-5
by Li Dong
<p><i>Beginner’s Mandarin Chinese Dictionary </i>is specifically designed for beginning students of Chinese. It covers the 2,500 basic vocabulary items, including all </p><p>vocabulary prescribed for Levels 1-5 of the standard test of ...
A balanced approach to literacy instruction in the first three years of school
by Yola Center
A systematic, research-based guide to teaching reading in the first three years of school. It is designed to ensure that teachers are able to work with at risk' or reluctant' readers as effectively as those children for whom reading seems to ...
Thinking, researching and writing for success
by Andrew Wallace
A handbook for university study skills. ...
Bringing theory and practice together
by Felicity McArdle
A practical guide for early childhood teachers on how to make the most of their practicum experience and successfully transition from student teacher to professional. ...
by Naomi Richards
How to Review Applications and Interview Candidates
by Jeffrey L. Buller
<b>The essential guidebook for effective faculty hiring committees</b> <p><i>Best Practices for Faculty Search Committees</i> presents a clear, direct action plan for faculty and administration involved in hiring. Written by a veteran university
Methods and Strategies for Gifted Professional Development
by Angela Novak
<p>Teacher preparation programs may not adequately train teachers in how to meet the needs of gifted and talented students in the regular classroom. Several states offer additional teacher preparation programs by providing either an endorsement ...
by Wendy Beckett
A Practical Guide to Improving Classroom Observations
by Jeff Archer
by Street Helen & Porter Neil
<i>If you could have just one wish for your children what would you wish for, over and beyond everything else? The answer is almost universal- 'Above all else, I want them to be happy. George W Burns </i> This is a book of up-to-date ...
The Essential Guide to Family/school Partnerships
by Anne T. Henderson
<i>Beyond the Bake Sale </i>deals with education, and is a practical hands-on guide to help schools and families work better together. ...
The Remarkable Life of Anne Sullivan Macy
by Kim E Nielsen
This is the first biography of Anne Sullivan Macy in over forty years—and the first to put Annie Sullivan—and not Helen Keller—at the center. It follows the accidental and unexpected path of an orphaned asylum child who becomes a world famous ...
Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools
by Michael B. Horn
<b>Navigate the transition to blended learning with this practical field guide</b> <p><i>Blended</i> is the practical field guide for implementing blended learning techniques in K-12 classrooms. A follow-up to the bestseller <i>Disrupting ...
Six Simple Beliefs for Leading Online and Off
by Stephen J. Valentine
<p><b>An organizational approach to more effective school leadership, online and off</b></p> <p>“Leadership, especially in a school setting, is too important to be merely intuitive. In this generous book, Steve and Reshan outline a new way
by John L.,CPD Library, Bloomsbury Taylor
Independent learning is an ideal which many teachers aspire to but find difficult to achieve. It is common for school inspectors to comment on the need for students to learn more independently, and from higher education admissions officers and ...
by Sarah Findlater
Brand new title to launch the Bloomsbury CPD Library, a new series of books that provides primary and secondary teachers with affordable, comprehensive and accessible 'do-it-yourself' continuing professional development (CPD).<br>Marking and ...
by Cherryl;Findlater, Sarah Drabble
According to the most recent SEND Code of Practice, every teacher is a teacher of children with special educational needs and disabilities, and yet teachers often receive little or no training in this area. Despite their best intentions they are