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  • Using Data to Focus Instructional Improvement

    Using Data to Focus Instructional Improvement

    Experienced educators and authors offer simple instructions that can help focus school improvement efforts and result in increasing teacher expertise. Accepting responsibility for such far-reaching influence requires educators to adopt instructional improvement as a standard by which a school needs to operate and as a means to collaborate and interact with one another. More than that, though, instructional improvement is an important component of successful schools. The challenge is to understand that data - not intuition or anecdotal reports - are tools to be used in getting better at teaching students. And teaching students effectively is what schools are all about.

    $26.95
    113003 | 12th Jun, 2014
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  • Engaging Minds in the Classroom: The Surprising Power of Joy

    Engaging Minds in the Classroom: The Surprising Power of Joy

    In Engaging Minds in the Classroom: The Surprising Power of Joy, you'll explore what Michael F. Opitz and Michael P. Ford have discovered about planning lessons that engage students and enable them to truly enjoy learning. The authors outline key findings from research on motivation and engagement and offer real-life teaching examples from various year levels. They show how to systematically propel students to enjoy using their minds every day - and to view themselves as confident learners ready to take on the challenges of the world. Engaging Minds in the Classroom is a must-read for any educator who understands that developing students' love of learning is the catalyst for achievement at every level.

    $19.95
    113020 | 12th Jun, 2014
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  • Engaging Minds in English Language Arts Classrooms: The Surprising Power of Joy

    Engaging Minds in English Language Arts Classrooms: The Surprising Power of Joy

    In this book, Mary Jo Fresch shows how you can use the joyful learning framework introduced in Engaging Minds in the Classroom to better engage students in reading, writing, speaking, listening and other elements of English learning. She provides innovative instructional approaches for diverse students at all year levels, linking the strategies to the research that demonstrates the effects of motivation and engagement on student success. Educators aiming to meet the multiple challenges of standards, assessments, EAL/D instruction and achievement gaps have more reasons than ever before to attend to this crucial aspect of learning. This resource will inspire you to make the kinds of changes in your classroom that will truly engage students - minds - by helping them experience joy in learning.

    $16.95
    113021 | 12th Jun, 2014
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  • How Teachers Can Turn Data into Action

    How Teachers Can Turn Data into Action

    Reviewing data can be time-consuming, and the work of translating data into real change can seem overwhelming. Tapping more than 30 years' experience as an award-winning teacher and a trainer of PLC coaches, Daniel R. Venables, soothes the trepidation of even the biggest "dataphobes" in this essential resource. Field-tested and fine-tuned with professional learning communities, the Data-Action Model is a teacher-friendly, systematic process for reviewing and responding to data in cycles of two to nine weeks. With easy-to-use templates and protocols to focus and deepen data conversations, this indispensable guide delineates exactly what should be accomplished in each team meeting to translate data into practice. In the modern sea of data, this book is your life preserver.

    $27.95
    114007 | 12th Jun, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Kit

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Kit

    The BRIGANCE Inventory of Early Development III Standardised, or IED III Standardised, is a selection of 55 key assessments that span the crucial domains of child development and learning. The valid, reliable and well-researched developmental assessments of the IED III Standardised have been standardised and validated on a normative sample of children from birth up to seven years of age. The IED III Standardised produces a complete range of information about a child's early developmental and academic skill mastery. The Brigance Inventory of Early Development III: Standardised Kit includes the IED III Standardised Inventory, the IED III Standardisation and Validation Manual, twenty IED III Standardised Record Books and the IED III Accessories Kit, all collected in a durable canvas tote bag.

    $385.00
    CA14291 | 11th Jun, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Inventory

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Inventory

    BRIGANCE IED III Standardised consists of 55 key assessments covering the crucial domains of child development and learning. The assessments have been standardised and validated on a normative sample of children from birth to 7 yrs. It helps determine: PLOP, areas of strength and need, instructional objectives; derive a range of standardised (normative) scores; communicate scores; support referrals; confirm diagnoses; and monitor progress.

    $200.00
    CA14288 | 11th Jun, 2014
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  • Captivate, Activate, and Invigorate the Student Brain in Science and Math, Grades 6-12

    Captivate, Activate, and Invigorate the Student Brain in Science and Math, Grades 6-12

    If your STEM lessons are falling on disinterested ears, it's time to mix things up. Blending current research on the student brain with practical methods for teaching science and maths, John Almarode and Ann M. Miller identify six essential ingredients in a recipe for student success. In their book you'll discover a customisable framework you can use right away; classroom-ready, content-specific attention grabbers; overt and covert strategies to boost behavioural, emotional and cognitive engagement; and techniques for making relevant connections that maximise retention. With this new approach to captivating STEM lessons, you'll energise classroom time and keep your students on task and engaged - every day.

    $32.95
    CO1000 | 11th Jun, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Record Book (Set of 100)

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Record Book (Set of 100)

    The BRIGANCE Inventory of Early Development III Standardised is a selection of 55 key assessments spanning the critical domains of child development and learning. The valid, reliable and well-researched developmental assessments have been standardised and validated on a normative sample of children from birth to seven years of age. The Standardised Record Book provides a specific and easily communicated system for recording a child's performance for each assessment. The Standardised Scoring Sheet gives a concise review of the child's performance for all assessments. The Total Developmental Score reflects the child's overall performance in all skill areas, while the Developmental Profile provides an easy-to-interpret visual representation of a child's strengths and needs across skill areas.

    $390.00
    CA14290 | 11th Jun, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Record Book (Set of 10)

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Standardised Record Book (Set of 10)

    The Standardised Record Book provides a specific and easily communicated system for recording a child's performance for each assessment. The Standardised Scoring Sheet gives a concise review of the child's performance for all assessments. The Total Developmental Score reflects the child's overall performance in all skill areas, while the Developmental Profile provides an easy-to-interpret visual representation of a child's strengths and needs across skill areas.

    $42.00
    CA14289 | 11th Jun, 2014
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  • Google Series

    Google Series

    As a company, Google is constantly changing and adapting to suit the needs of its users, and this does not exclude those who use it to teach. Google offers many tools for enhancing the classroom environment, all of which are simple to access and utilise. Google offers a multitude of terrific tools that can be used to enhance both teaching and learning. The tools are powerful, user-friendly and FREE! This series highlights many of these tools and provides clever ideas for using them in the classroom.

    | 10th Jun, 2014
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  • Google Earth & GPS Primary Classroom Activities

    Google Earth & GPS Primary Classroom Activities

    Based on Google Earth and Geocaching, the innovative activities in this book introduce and reinforce concepts taught in the four major primary school subjects. The lessons cover concepts such as interpreting graphs/charts and using fractions (maths), reading thermometers and labelling landforms (science), practising cardinal directions and labelling earth (social sciences), differentiating between fact and opinion and finding the main idea (English), and many more. Lessons include teaching procedures, student activity sheets, product samples, answer keys and lesson extensions. Each lesson is customisable by modifying the files available for download go.hbe.com.au. These lessons are sure to motivate students and invigorate your lessons!

    $39.95
    VIS7373 | 10th Jun, 2014
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  • Engaging Minds in Social Studies Classrooms: The Surprising Power of Joy

    Engaging Minds in Social Studies Classrooms: The Surprising Power of Joy

    Politcal intrigue. Environmental issues. Ethical dilemmas. Critical thinking. Problem solving. Social studies content is directly connected to real life and is filled with built-in hooks to transform tuned-out students into engaged and enthusiastic learners. Building on the insights and research in Engaging Minds in the Classroom: The Surprising Power of Joy, Erekson explains how to integrate the joyful learning approach with social studies standards. In addition to discussing how to create a student-centred classroom and develop activities that generate authentic products and meaningful outcomes, Erekson provides specific strategies that will enhance your own joy in teaching and learning.

    $16.95
    113022 | 10th Jun, 2014
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  • Improving Achievement With Digital Age Best Practices

    Improving Achievement With Digital Age Best Practices

    While technology ushers in exciting and innovative educational opportunities, finding best practices for its complete integration remains a challenge. In this revised Australian edition, Christopher M. Moersch, founder of the internationally recognised and research-based LoTi (Levels of Teaching Innovation) Framework, provides a concrete tool for implementing digital age best practices, featuring discussions on how to promote networked collaboration, bolster purposeful inquiry, and anchor student decision making and learning with technology tools and resources. Digital Age Best Practices provide instructional strategies that contain empirically validated results relating to student academic achievement to promote the tenets of digital age learning.

    $39.95
    CO2434 | 5th Jun, 2014
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  • Memory at Work in the Classroom: Strategies to Help Underachieving Students

    Memory at Work in the Classroom: Strategies to Help Underachieving Students

    In Memory at Work in the Classroom, the authors expertly guide you through the aspects of the human memory most relevant to classroom teachers. Real classroom examples help to deepen your understanding of how memory systems play a central role in the learning process, as well as how culture plays a sometimes surprising role in memory formation and use. Although the technique described apple to all students, the authors concentrate on explaining the source of struggling students' academic challenges and provide effective strategies for helping students become better learners. This book offers fresh insights into your students' learning difficulties and move you to explore classroom practices that align with the functioning of memory and the ways students learn.

    $30.95
    114005 | 3rd Jun, 2014
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  • Instructional Coaches and the Instructional Leadership Team: A Guide for School-Building Improvement

    Instructional Coaches and the Instructional Leadership Team: A Guide for School-Building Improvement

    For instructional coaches, no two days are ever the same. This unique book melds theory and practice to show how coaches seamlessly integrate themselves into the fabric of the school and help teachers improve their practice from day one. Journal entries based on real-life experiences give an inside look at the day-to-day work of an instructional coach and the power of coaching to improve teacher effectiveness. The book also includes field-tested activities, materials, and forms for collecting data, navigating busy days and organising information. Instructional Coaches and the Instructional Leadership Team is ideal for those wanting to learn best practices to engage educators and support teacher evaluation reform.

    $35.95
    CO7069 | 2nd Jun, 2014
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  • The Data Coach's Guide to Improving Learning for All Students: Unleashing the Power of Collaborative Inquiry

    The Data Coach's Guide to Improving Learning for All Students: Unleashing the Power of Collaborative Inquiry

    How can data coaches create a collaborative culture in which data is used continuously and effectively to improve teaching and learning? The Data Coach's Guide to Improving Learning for All Students provides detailed guidance for helping schools move away from unproductive data practices and toward examining data as a catalyst for systematic and continuous improvement in instruction and student learning. This culturally responsive resource benefits staff developers, teachers and administrators interested in creating change through effective data practices, and includes a CD-ROM keyed to the book, with templates, handouts, PowerPoint slides, resources, and sample goals and agendas.

    $55.00
    CO7007 | 2nd Jun, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Special Education Classroom Kit

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Special Education Classroom Kit

    The BRIGANCE Inventory of Early Development III is a comprehensive collection of valid, reliable and well-researched developmental assessments for students from birth up to the developmental age of seven. The IED III offers a complete range of information on a student's developmental skill levels as demonstrated under real-life, everyday conditions. Because skills within assessments are developmentally sequenced from the easiest items (earliest mastered skills) to more difficult ones, a student's present level of performance can be pinpointed along the skill continuum. The Brigance IED III: Special Education Classroom Kit includes the Brigance IED III: Special Education, twenty Brigance IED III Record Books, and the Brigance IED III Accessories Kit, all collected in a durable Brigance bag.

    $385.00
    CA14285 | 30th May, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Inventory Early Childhood Edition

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Inventory Early Childhood Edition

    The BRIGANCE Inventory of Early Development III, or IED III, is a comprehensive collection of valid, reliable, well-researched developmental assessments for children from birth to seven years of age. The IED III produces a complete range of information on a child's developmental progress through distinct developmental skill sequences performed in authentic, everyday conditions.

    $250.00
    CA14278 | 30th May, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Early Childhood Classroom Kit

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Early Childhood Classroom Kit

    The BRIGANCE Inventory of Early Development III is a comprehensive collection of developmental assessments. The IED III Early Childhood Edition helps early childhood educators: address ongoing developmental assessment requirements; provide appropriate child assessment; determine a child's specific strengths and needs to support individualised instructional planning; gather valid data on progress; evaluate school readiness by tapping predictors of school success; communicate a child's development; and support referrals for further evaluations or special services. The Brigance IED III: Early Childhood Classroom Kit includes the Brigance IED III: Early Childhood, twenty Brigance IED III Record Books and the Brigance IED III Accessories Kit, all collected in a durable canvas Brigance tote bag.

    $385.00
    CA14286 | 30th May, 2014
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  • Brigance: IED III 2014: Inventory Special Education Edition

    Brigance: IED III 2014: Inventory Special Education Edition

    The IED III Special Education helps special education teachers: provide ongoing developmental assessment, determine PLOP and functional performance (PLAAFP); identify IEP goals and objectives and target instruction; gather valid data on progress; provide information from multiple sources; support referrals for further evaluation or special services; and monitor progress using the Online Management System.

    $250.00
    CA14274 | 30th May, 2014
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  • The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching: A Checklist for Staying Focused Every Day

    The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching: A Checklist for Staying Focused Every Day

    Checklists help us work better. They help us manage complex tasks more effectively and ensure we apply what we know correctly and consistently. This book presents 12 daily touchstones – simple and specific things any teacher can do every day – to keep classroom practice focused on the hallmarks of effective instruction and in line with three essential imperatives for teaching: be demanding, be supportive and be intentional. If there were one thing you could do each day to help one student succeed, you'd do it, wouldn't you? What about three things to help three students? What if there were 12 things you could do every day to help all of your students succeed? There are, and you'll find them in this book.

    $32.95
    113009 | 29th May, 2014
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  • Science Fair Warm-Up, Teachers Guide: Learning the Practice of Scientists

    Science Fair Warm-Up, Teachers Guide: Learning the Practice of Scientists

    The Science Fair Warm-Up series, which was originally designed as a three-year program for middle school students, now covers grades 5–12. The book for grades 5–8 introduces students to science fairs and invites them to investigate various scientific problems as they work on their projects. This book lays the foundation for the editions for grades 7–10 and 8–2, in which students encounter increasingly more challenging problems. Over the course of the series, the students are encouraged to become more independent.

    $19.95
    NST0966 | 29th May, 2014
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  • No Place for Bullying: Leadership for Schools That Care for Every Student

    No Place for Bullying: Leadership for Schools That Care for Every Student

    No Place for Bullying describes the paradigm shifts a school administrator needs to create in order to develop and lead a schoolwide bully prevention program. Preventing and counteracting bullying should be a top priority for every school leader, but anti-bullying efforts often fail because they do not have full support from all stakeholders, including parents.

    Filled with activities and examples, No Place for Bullying provides the tools to inspire the cultural shift necessary to combat bullying in schools. Ensure that bullying prevention becomes an ongoing and established part of your school’s culture and climate by becoming an instrument of change!

    $45.00
    CO7076 | 28th May, 2014
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  • Teaching Able, Gifted and Talented Children: Strategies, Activities & Resources

    Teaching Able, Gifted and Talented Children: Strategies, Activities & Resources

    Clive Tunnicliffe offers a vision of provision for able, gifted and talented (AG&T) learners within the context of the drive to achieve personalised learning. Providing a clear and concise summary of an increasingly important area of educational provision, this book offers the right balance of theory and practical strategies. There is advice on: developing a whole school policy for AG&T provision; defining and identifying AG&T learners; strategies to use in the classroom; developing critical and creative thinking; out-of-school enrichment activities; supporting AG&T learners; and working with parents. Each chapter contains a summary of key points, case studies of good practice, great ideas to use with students and Professional Development Activities for staff.

    $47.95
    CO1642 | 27th May, 2014
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  • Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking

    Teaching the Core Skills of Listening and Speaking

    In this lively and practical book, 20-year teaching veteran Erik Palmer presents an approach aligned to the six Common Core Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening but focused on preparing students for 21st century communication inside and beyond the classroom. You’ll get concrete guidance for teaching and assessing collaborative discussion, listening and media literacy, questioning and reasoning, speech presentation, effective multimedia use and adapting speech to different content and tasks.

    $29.95
    114012 | 25th May, 2014
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  • The Mindful Teacher

    The Mindful Teacher

    In The Mindful Teacher, authors MacDonald and Shirley begin by articulating the prevalent problem of “alienated teaching”—the kind of teaching that teachers perform when they must comply with external conditions that they feel do not serve their students well. As a solution, the authors propose “mindful teaching” —the kind of teaching that is informed by contemplative practices and teacher inquiry. They identify “seven synergies of mindful teaching” —strategies that teachers can use daily to integrate more reflection and attunement into their busy classroom life.

    $25.95
    TCP8936 | 23rd May, 2014
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  • A School Leaders Guide to Standards-Based Grading

    A School Leaders Guide to Standards-Based Grading

    A School Leader’s Guide to Standards-Based Grading, by Tammy Heflebower, Jan K. Hoegh, and Phil Warrick, with Mitzi Hoback, Margaret McInteer, and Bev Clemens, offers a reliable framework for analysing student learning and providing students and stakeholders with effective feedback on student progress. This guide not only articulates significant research supporting standards-based grading as an accurate, precise, and effective way to report academic strengths and weaknesses but also shares applicable anecdotes from educators implementing its components. The authors detail specific procedures, processes, and systems necessary for implementation.

    $27.95
    MRL2861 | 23rd May, 2014
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  • Identifying Critical Content

    Identifying Critical Content

    Academic standards call for increased rigour, but simply raising complexity is not enough. Students must also take responsibility for their own learning. They need to be able to determine which content is critical, why it is important, how it connects to their existing knowledge, and when it will inform their future learning. This book explores explicit techniques for mastering a crucial strategy of instructional practice: teaching students the skill of identifying critical content. It includes: Explicit steps for implementation; Recommendations for monitoring if students are able to identify critical content; Adaptations for students with specific needs; Examples and non-examples from classroom practice; and Common mistakes and ways to avoid them.

    $19.95
    LSM2786 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • Transformative Talk: Cognitive Coaches Share Their Stories

    Transformative Talk: Cognitive Coaches Share Their Stories

    Transformative Talk: Cognitive Coaches Share Their Stories is designed to assist aspirant Cognitive Coaches in developing their coaching capabilities. It draws upon the insights and experiences of Cognitive Coaching training associates and agency trainers who are 'walking the talk' their own lives and careers. With contributions from these coaching professionals as well as a foreword by Cognitive Coaching founders Arthur L Costa and Robert Garmston, Transformative Talk supports you in your ongoing goal to build both your identity and capacity as a mediator of thinking.

    In Transformative Talk, you will find information, insights and strategies to assist your growth from a variety of perspectives: classroom teachers, school leaders, and principals, support staff, coaches, systems leaders and researchers.

    $35.95
    HB1734 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • School Leader's Guide to Achieving Results Through Rigour and Relevance

    School Leader's Guide to Achieving Results Through Rigour and Relevance

    The Common Core State Standards have brought a new set of challenges into the school leader's world. Fortunately, School Leader's Guide to Achieving Results Through Rigor and Relevance confronts it head-on and guides school leaders as they implement the Common Core State Standards into their curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional development activities. Authors James A. Bellanca, Robin J. Fogarty, Brian M. Pete and Rebecca L. Stinson detail effective instructional leadership and innovative practices that will enable school leaders to make Common Core implementation a reality for their schools.

    $27.95
    SOT2854 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • 100 Commonly Asked Questions in Maths Class: Answers That Promote Mathematical Understanding, Years 6-12

    100 Commonly Asked Questions in Maths Class: Answers That Promote Mathematical Understanding, Years 6-12

    100 ways to get students hooked on maths! Al Postamentier and his co-authors to the rescue with this handy reference containing fun answers to students' 100 most frequently asked maths questions. Even if you already have the answers, Al's explanations are certain to keep kids hooked. You'll discover high interest ways to teach inquiry and process in mathematical thinking, encourage flexibility in problem solving, emphasise efficient test-taking strategies and more. Use this complete resource to save time, anticipate questions, promote process and thinking, and present yourself as the maths expert.

    $40.95
    CO2416 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • Leaders of Learning Leadership Bundle (Set of 5)

    Leaders of Learning Leadership Bundle (Set of 5)

    This bundle of five essential books was hand-selected specifically for school leaders who strive to maximise their leadership potential. Featuring renowned educational authors and researchers - including Robert J. Marzano, Richard DuFour, Anthony Muhammad and others - this bundle is full of powerful strategies and techniques to enhance leadership skills and support staff development. The Leaders of Learning Leadership Bundle is made up of five best-selling titles: The Collaborative Administrator, District Leadership that Works, Working With Difficult & Resistant Staff, Leaders of Learning and School Leader's Guide to Achieving Results Through Rigour and Relevance. The Leaders of Learning Leadership Bundles is the perfect resource for any educator seeking to improve their leadership skills.

    $130.00
    SOT1500 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • Designing Effective Science Instruction: What Works In Science Classrooms

    Designing Effective Science Instruction: What Works In Science Classrooms

    Improving student performance may be a matter of rethinking classroom instruction, but that's a tall order. This Designing Effective Science Instruction helps you reflect on what is working well with your current approach to designing lessons and provides recommendations for improving existing lessons or creating effective new ones, all while exploring the characteristics of high-quality science lessons. This revised Australian edition has been adapted by Anne Tweed with veteran Australian school principal Ken Harbottle. The book now aligns with the Australian Curriculum: Science, including sample unit outlines based on Australian Curriculum content descriptions, and it is intended to support the practice of Australian science teachers. 

    $39.95
    NST0782 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • Proficiency Scales for English and Mathematics Instruction

    Proficiency Scales for English and Mathematics Instruction

    From The Art & Science of Teaching to High Reliability Schools, proficiency scales are a core feature of leading educational researcher Dr Robert Marzano’s acclaimed school improvement frameworks. Whether you are actively engaged in implementing a Marzano Institute initiative in your school or simply need guidance when it comes to measuring student learning, Proficiency Scales for English and Mathematics Instruction can help. Designed to supplement your existing practice, it contains over 110 proficiency scales that will bring new rigour and focus to your teaching and assessment practice. This indispensable resource works on your behalf, making classroom implementation of Marzano’s proven strategy quicker and easier than ever before.

    $38.95
    SOT2878 | 22nd May, 2014
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  • The Handbook for SMART School Teams: Revitalizing Best Practices for Collaboration, Second Edition

    The Handbook for SMART School Teams: Revitalizing Best Practices for Collaboration, Second Edition

    In The Handbook for SMART School Teams: Revitalizing Best Practices for Collaboration, Second Edition, authors Anne E. Conzemius and Jan O'Neill offer a revamped edition of their groundbreaking resource to support educators as they create goals that are strategic bad specific, measureable, attainable, results oriented and time bound. Following a straightforward three-part format focusing on building effective teams, using tools and processes for effective teamwork, and implementing effective school improvement, this enhanced guide provides both theory and practical advice on how to create SMART teams in SMART schools.

    $38.95
    SOT2809 | 21st May, 2014
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  • The New Inclusion: Differentiated Strategies to Engage ALL Students

    The New Inclusion: Differentiated Strategies to Engage ALL Students

    How can today's educators rise to the challenges of teaching in the inclusive classroom, while at the same time making teaching more rewarding and beneficial for all students? The New Inclusion: Differentiated Strategies to Engage ALL Students encompasses a broader understanding of the inclusive classroom (F-8), embracing all the different needs that teachers face - from special education, to English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) learners, to a wide spectrum of student ability and readiness. Designed to be of practical and immediate use, all chapters include a focus on the needs of less-able readers. In addition, information for implementation and adaptation is provided to accommodate various year levels.

    $32.95
    TCP2069 | 20th May, 2014
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  • Friendly School Plus Complete Pack

    Friendly School Plus Complete Pack

    The complete Friendly Schools pack contains: 11 Resource Books, Evidence for Practice Guidebook, the Parent Booklet, 9 Posters, Cyber Leaders' Handbooks and the Online Resources.

    $500.00
    FSP2003 | 20th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools: Cyber Leaders Student Handbook (High School)

    Friendly Schools: Cyber Leaders Student Handbook (High School)

    The Friendly Schools Plus Student Cyber Leader resources are designed to skill young people to become leaders in their school to reduce cyberbullying and other cyber-related harms.

    The Cyber Leaders' Student Handbook was created to assist students with the role of leading the school community in the safe use of technology. This resource will help to build the self-efficacy of students to show leadership in their school and with their peers by encouraging and enabling other young people to use technology in positive ways.

    This resource was designed to be used in conjunction with other modules in the CyberStrong Schools website and the School Staff Handbook for Cyber Leaders.

    $10.00
    FSP1444 | 20th May, 2014
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  • Inquiry: A Districtwide Approach to Staff and Student Learning

    Inquiry: A Districtwide Approach to Staff and Student Learning

    Now that federal and state initiatives require school districts to provide job-embedded professional development, the next step is making it happen. Inquiry: A Districtwide Approach to Staff and Student Learning helps districts define, develop, and implement a systematic inquiry-based process with a laser-like focus on both adult and student learning. The authors' award-winning school improvement program, featured in the text, offers a fresh look at how to improve the quality of teaching and learning across a district. Administrators, teachers and students will find an invaluable road map for tackling real-world challenges and taking control of their own learning.

    $39.95
    CO7670 | 20th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Series

    Friendly Schools Series

    Friendly Schools PLUS draws on 13 years of extensive and rigorous research by the Child Health Promotion Research Centre (CHPRC) into best practice to build social skills and reduce bullying in school communities. The resource comprises over 75% new material than the original Friendly Schools Resource, presented in a blended online and print environment, and includes evidence from the latest cyberbullying research conducted by the CHPRC. The program provides schools with strategies and resources to achieve the vision and all nine elements of the newly-revised National Safe Schools Framework.

    | 20th May, 2014
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  • The Multigenerational Workplace

    The Multigenerational Workplace

    You might expect the occasional age-related misunderstanding to find its way into the classroom—after all, if today's kids aren't exactly from another planet, they're definitely from another generation. At least you and your colleagues are all on the same page...right? Not necessarily. In some schools, as many as four generations work side by side, and that means countless chances for crossed wires, miscommunication, and perhaps even mistrust.

    Authors Jennifer Abrams and Valerie von Frank are attuned to these generational differences. In this book, based on Abrams' popular workshop, the authors demonstrate how educators can look past their own generational filters to reap the benefits of seeing through a new lens.

    $35.95
    CO2045 | 20th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools: School Staff Handbook for Cyber Leaders

    Friendly Schools: School Staff Handbook for Cyber Leaders

    The Friendly Schools Plus Student Cyber Leader resources are designed to skill young people to become leaders in their school to reduce cyberbullying and other cyber-related harms. The aim is to establish an ethos and environment where all students feel empowered to use technology in positive ways.

    This guide is designed to assist you as you establish your student leadership program. The School Staff Handbook for Cyber Leaders can be used to help schools train student cyber leaders and to support staff who may work with these students.

    This resource was designed to be used in conjunction with other modules in the CyberStrong Schools website and the Cyber Leaders' Student Handbook.

    $19.00
    FSP2618 | 20th May, 2014
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  • A Handbook for High Reliability Schools

    A Handbook for High Reliability Schools

    Usher in the new era of school reform with A Handbook for High Reliability Schools. In this invaluable manual for whole-school improvement, Dr Robert Marzano and his co-authors help you to transform your school into an organisation that takes proactive steps to prevent failure and ensure student success. Using a research-based five-level hierarchy along with leading and lagging indicators, you’ll learn to assess, monitor and confirm the effectiveness of your school. This revised Australian edition of A Handbook for High Reliability Schools has been adapted by Dr Janelle Wills, director of the Marzano Institute Australia, to align with Australian educational policies and practices. Using this handbook, leaders can guide their schools to unprecedented levels of performance.
    $29.95
    MRL2779 | 19th May, 2014
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  • Identity Safe Classrooms: Places to Belong and Learn

    Identity Safe Classrooms: Places to Belong and Learn

    This book is focused on a set of strategies that have a positive effect on student learning and attachment to schooling, in spite of real and powerful social inequalities. This evidence-based book is drawn from research showing that students from all backgrounds in identity safe classrooms learn better and like school more than their peers in other classrooms.These strategies, rooted in social psychology research and child centered teaching practices, build communities of learners in diverse classrooms. Invaluable teacher vignettes, reflective exercises, and practical advice make this comprehensive guide a must for creating an inclusive, academically challenging classroom.

    $35.95
    CO2038 | 16th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 9 (14 Year Olds)

    Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 9 (14 Year Olds)

    The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This resource take on a strengths-based approach, designed to improve social and emotional development in areas such as social knowledge and social skills and promoting positive peer relationships and teacher-child relationships. This classroom resource for Year 9 students (14 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: mapping my life online, communication technology and bullying and the law's claw.

    $29.95
    FSP2601 | 15th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 7 (12 Year Olds)

    Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 7 (12 Year Olds)

    The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This classroom resource for Year 7 students (12 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: letting go and hanging on, trying new friendships, choices and consequences and the moral compass.

    $29.95
    FSP2588 | 15th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 4 (9 Year Olds)

    Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 4 (9 Year Olds)

    The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This classroom resource for Year 4 students (9 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: exploring my values, resolving conflict and solving social problems.

    $29.95
    FSP2557 | 15th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus: Primary Years (set of 4)

    Friendly Schools Plus: Primary Years (set of 4)

    This pack includes: Friendly Schools Plus: Year 3 (8 Year Old) (FSP2540), Friendly Schools Plus: Year 4 (9 Year Old) (FSP2557), Friendly Schools Plus: Year 5 (10 Year Old) (FSP2564) and Friendly Schools Plus: Year 6 (11 Year Old) (FSP2571).

    $110.00
    FSP2001 | 15th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 6 (11 Year Olds)

    Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 6 (11 Year Olds)

    The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This classroom resource for Year 6 students (11 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: getting what we want, challenging myself, responding to peer pressure and bystanders to bullying

    $29.95
    FSP2571 | 15th May, 2014
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  • Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 8 (13 Year Olds)

    Friendly Schools Plus Classroom Resource: Year 8 (13 Year Olds)

    The Friendly Schools series has been updated and separated into school years, with learning tasks and activities presented in a way that is developmentally appropriate to each particular year level. This revised edition provides evidence-based classroom materials to enhance social and emotional learning to reduce bullying. This resources take on a strengths-based approach, designed to improve social and emotional development in areas such as social knowledge and social skills and promoting positive peer relationships and teacher-child relationships. This classroom resource for Year 8 students (13 year olds) covers the following areas of social and emotional development: responding to bullying, bystanders to bullying, cyber etiquette and managing my mobile.

    $29.95
    FSP2595 | 15th May, 2014
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