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  1. 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
  2. Teach Them Thinking

    Teach Them Thinking Mental Menus for 24 Thinking Skills. If you are convinced of the importance of teaching thinking skills in the classroom, this is a must have resource. Twenty-four skills are presented along with ready to use sample lessons.

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    A$42.85
  3. Block Scheduling: A Collection of Articles

     The reform movement that ignited emphasis on learner-centred schools is also sparking serious interest in timetable innovation. This collection of research-based articles examines the blocked timetable model which is designed to optimise student learning. Discover a variety of implementation models, understand the impact on staffing and programming, and review student performance within a block scheduling environment. At the very least, this resource will generate productive discussion and additional investigation of a new way to organise the school day.

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    A$40.65
  4. Best Practices for the Learner-Centred Classroom

    This collection features a decade of articles, essays, and book excerpts written by Robin Fogarty, renowned author, consultant, and leading proponent of the thoughtful classroom. Organised into five topics essential to the learner-centred classroom, this sampling of Fogarty's finest work focuses on best practices in integrated curricula, thoughtful instruction, active learning, reflective transfer, and assessment.

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    A$46.15
  5. SPELT: A Cognitive and Metacognitive Approach

    The SPELT approach attempts to balance context with process and represents an opportunity to develop self-directed learners in the context of regular classroom instruction. This approach incorporates strategic and affective domains in the development of students in generating, monitoring and evaluating their use of strategies in seeking solutions.

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  6. Think Rather of Zebra: Dealing with Aspects of Poverty Through Story

    Think Rather of Zebra is a collection of insightful short stories adapted from more than 40 classic and modern folktales, reset in an urban neighbourhood. Stailey's two main characters, Pete and Carlos, tell stories and adventures from their poor neighbourhood through which the reader learns about the "hidden rules" of economic class. Each chapter relates to a section in A Framework for Understanding Poverty by Dr Ruby Payne, along with her questions to be used for discussion. The books is useful for understanding people from different economic classes, and builds mutual respect for the skills that arise naturally from each economic environment.

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    A$20.00
  7. Student Planner and Study Guide for Civics and Citizenship

    This student planner and study guide is a great resource for working homework problems, planning projects and studying for tests. Full of important facts about Australia and the world. This guide will serve as a quick reference when you do your homework. The chart of Bloom's taxonomy will teach you to recognise different types of questions to improve your performance. The end result will help insure a first class Social Studies project.

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    A$15.95
  8. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words

    Parents don't get an owner's manual with each child. There are no instructions to read or customer service technicians to call. Teachers, while trained professionals, have to deal with a new group of students each year. Many students are coming from backgrounds increasingly different from their own, making it difficult to establish a long-term bond. Matthew S. Seebaum, a veteran educator with years of early-childhood teaching experience, wrote A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words for those parents and educators who could benefit from practical tools to help deal with young children. A Picture IS Worth a Thousand Words is an instruction book for teachers and parents about how to use images to explain abstract concepts to young children.

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  9. Bloom's Multiple Intelligences: Themes and Activities

    Designed for primary students, this resource incorporates the ideas of blooms taxonomy and multiple intelligences in a practical and fun way. The activities cover themes such as seasons, measuring time and cycles in our world and can be used by teachers to supplement their own classroom ideas. Each interdisciplinary unit of work includes activities that are individually coded for multiple intelligences. The activities have defined learning outcomes, promote creative thinking, draw out students' intellectual capabilities.

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    A$21.95
  10. Quizzles: 200 Puzzles With a Purpose

    Quizzles are puzzles in a quiz format. Whether you just love the challenge of solving puzzles or wish to seriously stretch your thinking capabilities, Quizzles provide a satisfying challenge. Working through the 200 puzzles will provide plenty of opportunities to understand how the puzzles are constructed and give you lots of clues that will help you in creating your own if you wish.

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    A$12.95
  11. Thematic Unit: Clothing

    Each thematic unit integrates activities across the curriculum in English, maths, science, social studies, art, music and life skills. Many of these activities encourage co-operative learning and suggestions and patterns for display boards are provided. Culminating activities enable students to synthesise their knowledge in order to create products that can be shared beyond the classroom. The activities are based on the following books: Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers (adapted and illustrated by Merle Peek) and The Emperor's New Clothes (Hans Christian Andersen).

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  12. A 'Book Box' of Ideas

    The activities in this book have been designed to enable lower primary school students to work in small groups with a minimum of instruction. The activities have been graded according to the developmental stages of reading in the early years. These recommendations are fluid and can be altered depending on the needs and strengths of the students. The cards can be used with the children's take-home books or any book appropriate to their reading level.

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    A$21.95

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