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  1. Catch Them Learning: A Handbook of Classroom Strategies

    Catch Them Learning is a superb resource for thinking skills within content areas. Part one covers six components of interaction in an easy-to-follow chapter format, and includes both teacher initiated activities and student-centred responsibilities. The first three chapters highlight teaching and the next three chapters highlight learning.

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    A$36.25
  2. A Multiple Intelligences Road to a Quality Classroom

    This lively, activity-based book comprises seventeen classroom-tested lessons to help students apply William Glasser's control theory and develop new learning behaviours, such as self evaluation and goal setting.

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    A$20.00
  3. More Than 50 Ways to Build Team Consensus

    With many facets of our work lives restructuring and changing, we are often required to facilitate and manage through teams. More Than 50 Ways to Build Team Consensus is an excellent resource for providing the tools and strategies necessary for working in teams and reaching agreement. A practical “how-to” resource, More Than 50 Ways To Build Team Consensus contains over fifty activities for generating agreement. It is organised into four elements: purposeful vision, participative processes, individual commitment, and collaborative teams. Each activity for building agreement includes a brief description, a detailed step-by-step guide for the facilitator, additional hints, and a concrete example. Author R. Bruce Williams has organised his book into varying levels of difficulty with simple, intermediate, and advanced tools and strategies for beginning teams as well as those that have worked together for an extended period of time.

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    A$40.65
  4. Cognitive Connections: Multiple Ways of Thinking with Maths

    Here’s a surefire way of stimulating students to learn. Cognitive Connections emphasises your students’ experiences and talents with maths activities. Teach students thinking skills while they are learning about: • Measurements, • Geometry, • Ratios and • Algebra. Robert E. Myers, Ed.D., has had an exceptionally varied career in education. He has been a primary, middle school, college, and university teacher as well as an educational filmmaker, researcher, and state curriculum specialist. These experiences in dealing with students, teachers, administrators, and parents give him a special perspective that has found voice in various publications, including the collaborative effort with Dr. E. Paul Torrance What Next? and Facing the Issues.

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    A$39.95
  5. An Integrated Unit: The Community

    The Community is a social studies book for primary to middle year students and is designed to raise children's awareness and interest in their local community. The book incorporates activity-based learning, problem solving, thinking skills and Multiple Intelligences.

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    A$29.95
  6. 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
  7. Learning Centre Activities: Science P-2

    Through the hands-on learning activities which are explained in this book, children will be able to fine tune and reinforce basic science skills, practise and apply these skills for proficiency and be provided with opportunities to extend and enrich their general knowledge and understanding. Learning Centre Activities: Science is designed to help set the stage for students to discover, solve, manipulate or otherwise actively engage in the learning experience of science. Students develop an understanding of the basic scientific principles involved, increase their powers of observation and become more aware of the world around them.

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    A$26.95
  8. Clever Kids: Language Skills Ages 8-10

    This is an excellent resource to support primary students natural desire to imagine and express thoughts. The activities assists with using verbal and visual symbols. The book is richly illustrated to make skill-building more fun. Students are provided with a range of writing tools and some fun Internet addresses, which will enable young writers to become published authors and poetry exercises designed to delight.

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    A$10.95
  9. Portfolios Through the Year

    Portfolios Through the Year contains a variety of unit projects to be completed throughout the year. The finished projects may be included as part of each student's total portfolio package. This book contains ideas for portfolio set up, different genres of writing, poetry units, elements of fiction, student evaluation/reflection sheets, mini-lessons and much more.

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    A$31.00
  10. Clever Kids: Language Skills Ages 5-7

    This is an excellent resource to support primary students natural desire to imagine and express thoughts. The activities assists with using verbal and visual symbols. The book is richly illustrated to make skill-building more fun. Students are provided with a range of writing tools and some fun Internet addresses, which will enable young writers to become published authors and poetry exercises designed to delight.

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    A$10.95

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