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  1. The Dramatically Different Classroom: MI Activities Across the Curriculum

    Awaken the Einsteins, Hepburns and Shakespeares within your class! Multiple intelligences theory teaches us that students have different interests and different abilities, and learn differently. Spanning the intelligences, these one hundred activities are designed to release the hidden genius in students with all intelligences, especially those who learn through movement and music. You’ll love these innovative ways to present your everyday curriculum, including character monologues, wax museum, maths theatre, and soaring through the solar system. Your mathematics, English, science and humanities will come alive through creative dramatics. Learning is more engaging for all students and definitely more memorable. This book includes terrific classbuilders and energising brain breaks. Make a dramatic difference in your classroom! 

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    A$37.95
  2. Cooperative Learning & Algebra 1: Secondary Activities, Years 7–12

    Do you have students who struggle with algebra? Do they find the problems difficult to understand or of little real-world value? Do they find the repetitive practice boring? The problem may not be algebra. It may be the way students are learning algebra. In this book, master teacher, trainer and celebrated author Becky Bride will show you step-by-step, activity-by-activity and lesson-by-lesson how she used cooperative learning structures to help her students succeed with algebra year after year. When the power of student-to-student interaction is unleashed in algebra, students enjoy learning more and the abstract algebraic concepts become more concrete and understandable. Chapters cover working with rational numbers, expressions, equations and inequalities, linear functions and vertical lines, linear systems, polynomials, radicals, and quadratic functions. Transform struggling students into successful mathematicians with motivating teamwork activities. This book includes reproducible transparencies and activities. 

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    A$44.95
  3. Developing Digital Detectives: Essential Lessons for Discerning Fact From Fiction in the 'Fake News' Era

    Developing digital detectives offers easy-to-implement lessons for educators to support learners as they become digital detectives, looking for clues, questioning motives, uncovering patterns, developing theories and, ultimately, delivering a verdict.

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    A$54.95
  4. Multiple Intelligences: Structures & Activities

    Stretch your students’ many ways of being smart! If you want to make multiple intelligences theory a reality in your classroom, here’s your activity guidebook. This book will help you make multiple intelligences come alive in your classroom. It features 10 easy-to-use, use-again structures that engage and develop your students’ multiple intelligences. Each structure has numerous fun and creative reproducible blackline activities, nearly 200 in all! Your students will be sequencing, sharing, solving problems, singing, lining up, comparing, drawing, writing, cooperating, and taking imaginary guided trips. Also includes easy-to-understand descriptions and indicators for each intelligence to share with your students. A terrific resource for teachers to help students learn in many ways, and to make learning much more engaging.

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  5. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: Developing Character

    Respect! Responsibility! Integrity! Honesty! How do you develop these valued character traits? In this book, you will find hundreds of questions, quotations and dilemmas to explore and develop character. Use quotations from famous folks as a springboard for writing and discussing, such as the following by Anne Frank: ‘The final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands. Why is your character ultimately your own responsibility?’ Use dilemmas to have students evaluate their own values and behaviours: ‘If someone doesn’t treat you with the respect you deserve, would you treat them with the respect they don’t deserve? Why or why not?’

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  6. Write!: Cooperative Learning & The Writing Process, Years 3–8

    Integrate cooperative learning and the writing process. This book provides several ready-to-use writing lessons in each of the writing domains: imaginative, functional, communication, non-fiction, reporting and opinion-making. Use cooperative learning structures throughout the stages of the writing process: prewriting, writing, proofing and editing, conferring and rewriting, and publishing. Loaded with practical management tips, references, resources and ideas for evaluating students’ writing with: portfolios, holistic scoring, primary trait scoring, analytic, self evaluation and peer evaluation.

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  7. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: English

    Integrate higher-level thinking into your English curriculum with this powerful collection of ready-to-use questions. You will find hundreds of use-again questions to promote thinking, writing and discussion about: adventure stories, book reviews, poetry, story characters, story plots, story settings, story structures, vocabulary and much more! Questions are provided in convenient, reproducible, question card format, perfect for the engaging, cooperative questioning activities provided.

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  8. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: Secondary Mathematics

    How do we foster such a deep understanding of mathematics concepts? With deep-thinking maths questions, of course. You’ll find questions for sixteen mathematics topics to promote mathematical thinking and interaction in your class. Question topics include problem-solving; number patterns and relationships; whole numbers and decimal place value; decimal operations; fraction concepts; fraction addition and subtraction; fraction multiplication and division; percentages; relating fractions, decimals and percentages; ratios, rates and proportions; statistics, data analysis and graphing; integers and integer operations; solving equations and inequalities; geometry concepts; geometry and measurement; and probability.

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  9. Cooperative Learning Writing Activities: Years F–8

    Students love writing with these fun and exciting, step-by-step, cooperative learning writing activities. This book takes two dozen cooperative learning structures and provides over 100 proven, literature-based activities across the domains of writing.

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  10. Win-Win Discipline: Strategies for All Discipline Problems

    Never before has there been a more practical and powerful step-by-step approach to discipline. Win-win discipline provides proven strategies and structures to prevent disruptions for the moment-of-disruption and follow-ups.

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    A$55.00
  11. Quiz-Quiz-Trade: Mathematics Years 5-8 (Level 1)

    Does it ever feel impossible to get upper primary and high school students to stop interacting with classmates and focus on maths? So stop trying. Convert that natural impulse to interact into productive maths learning with Quiz-Quiz-Trade. Your students will be up, moving about the classroom, quizzing each other on essential maths skills and coaching and praising each other. Each set of cards focuses on a need-to-know maths concept. Students each receive a quiz card. They pair up and quiz both ways, then trade cards and find a new partner to quiz. Each time they have a new partner and a new quiz question. Great for practicing concepts, test preparation and for revisiting concepts throughout the year in a fun quizzing format. The book includes 15 card sets in each book. Quiz-Quiz-Trade is a student favourite! This Kagan structure turns need-to-know reading curriculum into a fun and interactive quizzing game. The repeated practice boosts retention of the content.

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  12. Cooperative Learning & English: Years F–8

    This is our bestselling book on cooperative learning and language arts. Jeanne Stone has radically revised and expanded her classic. These step-by-step cooperative learning lessons integrate listening, speaking, reading, and the writing process across a variety of genres such as fairy tales, fables, poetry, non-fiction and autobiography in four domains of writing:

    • sensory/descriptive
    • imaginative/narrative
    • practical/informative
    • analytical/expository.
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