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  1. CAMS & STAMS: Online Reporting Tool - Yearly Subscription (School) New
    CAMS & STAMS: Online Reporting Tool - Yearly Subscription (School)

    CAMS & STAMS Plus Online: Assessment and Reports is an online portal that allows you to produce detailed reports of how your students and class progress using the CAMS & STAMS mathematics strategies program – and in half the time!

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    A$200.00
  2. If the Shoe Fits - How to Develop Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom

    Learn how to put the theory of Multiple Intelligences into practice in your classroom! Carolyn Chapman translates Gardner's theory of Multiple Intelligences into practical methods for classroom use. She offers information and how-to advice for identifying and developing student strengths.

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    A$60.50
  3. Multiple Intelligences and Assessment - A Collection of Articles

    The first of this book's three sections reviews MI theory and the scope of Project Zero's alternative assessment search to help educators understand the need for intelligence-fair assessments. The three articles in Section II investigate the relationship of MI to project-based curricula and student portfolios.

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    A$61.55
  4. Every Body Can Learn: Engaging the Bodily-Kinesthetic Intelligence in the Everyday Classroom

    Make teaching easier and more effective by using kinesthetic activities in your classroom. Combine this approach with traditional methods of teaching to help high school students to get a more complete picture of subject matter, reduce inhibitions to learning, and produce long-term recall. A helpful chart shows you the range of subjects appropriate for each activity. Plus you will get a valuable resource guide. You will not only have well defined activities for getting started but also activities for English, ESL, social sciences, mathematics, science, study skills and self-management.

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    A$43.95
  5. Interdisciplinary Unit: Shakespeare

    These pages are filled with a wide variety of lesson ideas, as well as pages for use with intermediate and middle school students. The themes are connected to the curriculum with activities in reading, writing, oral language, science, SOSE, maths, art and life skills. This book looks at three famous plays written by Shakespeare - Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, and Richard III - and several sonnets and other writings. Lessons which cross curriculum boundaries are provided to widen students' grasp of life as it was for people of that time.

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    A$54.95
  6. Differentiated Programs for Primary Schools

    This book explains the rationale behind the provision of differentiatec programs designed to challenge and excite all students. Section 1 takes users through special program development, with chapters on the historical perspective, school organisation and types of differentiation. Section 2 has a Key Learning Area focus. Topics include: Media, Environment, Food, Technology, Research Skills, Sound, Waste, Work, Picture Story Books and much more. Section 3 briefly explains the well-known approaches of Bloom's taxonomy, Multiple Intelligences, Creative Problem Solving and SCAMPER.

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    A$47.95
  7. Differentiated Programs for Secondary Schools

    This book explains the rationale behind the provision of differentiated programs designed to challenge and excite all students. Section 1 takes users through special program development, with chapters on the historical perspective, school organisation and types of differentiation. Section 2 has a Key Learning Area focus. Topics such as Leadership, Food for Thought, Furniture Design and Production, Meal Times in other cultures, Music with a Message, Right and Wrong, Matrices and Vectors, Disabilities, and Work are covered. Section 3 briefly explains the well-known approaches of Bloom's taxonomy, Multiple Intelligences, the Renzulli Approach, Creative Problem Solving and SCAMPER.

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    A$41.95
  8. Mapping Inner Space

    You can learn the techniques of mind mapping for yourself and to teach to your students. You'll be able to use mind mapping for personal note taking, in curriculum planning, in group process in the classroom and as a teaching strategy in daily lessons. Mind mapping helps you nurture thinking skills and creativity in your students.

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    A$35.95
  9. Figure It Out: Thinking Like a Maths Problem-Solver Grade 5 Student (Set of 5)

    Open-ended questions that go beyond the usual word problems provide practice for students. Non-routine problems will challenge your students. Each strategy lesson begins with a problem modelled and directed by the teacher and followed by thought-provoking questions. As students progress, fewer clues are given. They learn to apply the strategy independently. 'Think about' questions may be teacher-directed or completed independently. Mixed practice lesson follows every four strategy units. Review lessons for each strategy and a final review are at the end of each student book. The student books provide application and practice in the following problem-solving strategies: look for a pattern; experiment; work backwards; use logical reasoning; solve a simpler problem; guess and check.

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    A$30.00
  10. Figure It Out: Thinking Like a Maths Problem-Solver Grade 4 Student (Set of 5)

    Open-ended questions that go beyond the usual word problems provide practice for students. Non-routine problems will challenge your students. Each strategy lesson begins with a problem modelled and directed by the teacher and followed by thought-provoking questions. As students progress, fewer clues are given. They learn to apply the strategy independently. 'Think about' questions may be teacher-directed or completed independently. Mixed practice lesson follows every four strategy units. Review lessons for each strategy and a final review are at the end of each student book. The student books provide application and practice in the following problem-solving strategies: look for a pattern; experiment; work backwards; use logical reasoning; solve a simpler problem; guess and check.

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    A$30.00

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