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  1. Text Sets in Action: Pathways Through Content Area Literacy

    In Text sets in action: Pathways through content area literacy, Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Thulin Dawes reveal how text sets can prompt serious thinking far more effectively than a textbook or any single text. As the authors explain, exploring many texts leads teachers and learners to ‘think more deeply, empathise more fully, and take action more deliberately’. Teachers who adopt this approach find that the texts’ various lenses enable students not only to meet curriculum standards but also to experience lasting engagement and a spirit of inquiry across the disciplines.

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    A$65.95
  2. Finnish Lessons 3.0: What Can the World Learn from Educational Change in Finland?, Third Edition

    Finnish lessons 3.0 encourages readers to think big and bold to find new solutions for improving their schools and entire education systems. This third edition of the Grawemeyer Award Winner includes important new material about teaching children with special needs, the role of play in high-quality education, and Finland’s responses to growing inequality, slipping international test scores and the global pandemic.

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    A$39.95
  3. Everybody's Classroom: Differentiating for the Shared and Unique Needs of Diverse Students

    This book offers F–12 teachers both the foundations for differentiating their instruction and the means to maximise learning opportunities by getting to know students beyond the labels and stereotypes that often accompany them into the classroom. Tomlinson shows how to use ‘highways and exit ramps’ to reach the whole class, with ‘highway’ content and ‘exit ramps’ to specialise needs. Chapters offer numerous recommendations for modifying environments, activities and assessments; for helping teachers move forward in their instructional planning; and for helping each learner grow academically. Everybody’s classroom extends Tomlinson’s previous work by looking more deeply at specific student populations to help educators create classrooms that are more inclusive than ever before.

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    A$49.95
  4. Effecting Change for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners, 2nd Edition

    Learn how to close the provision gap for culturally and linguistically diverse learners with this essential resource. In this completely revised second edition, Dr Berry introduces a new five-step framework that focuses on academic equity for all students. 

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    A$60.95
  5. Increasing Engagement in Online Learning (Quick Reference Guide)

    Educational technology and online instruction experts Stephanie Smith Budhai and Laura McLaughlin offer advice on how best to keep students engaged, participating and learning in a digital or hybrid space. Whether the instruction is synchronous, asynchronous or dual audience, Increasing engagement in online learning will help F–12 teachers create a better experience for learners and teachers alike.

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    A$21.95
  6. Well-Being in Schools: Three Forces That Will Uplift Your Students in a Volatile World

    What, exactly, is wellbeing? What does it look like, why is it so important and what can school systems do to promote it? How does it relate to student achievement and social and emotional learning? World-renowned education experts Andy Hargreaves and Dennis Shirley answer these questions and more in this in-depth exploration of the underlying ideas and research findings related to wellbeing, coupled with examples of policies and implementations from around the globe. The authors make the case for putting wellbeing ahead of other priorities, such as scores on high-stakes assessments and explain the three powerful forces that educators can leverage to set up effective wellbeing policy and practice: prosperity for all, ethical technology use and restorative nature.

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    A$54.95
  7. Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work®, Second Edition: Proven Insights for Sustained, Substantive School Improvement

    Merging research and practice, this second edition of Revisiting Professional Learning Communities at Work®: Proven insights for sustained, substantive school improvement offers F–12 leaders and educators specific, practical recommendations for transforming their schools into Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) so students learn at higher levels.

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    A$65.95
  8. 101 Tips for Teaching Online: Helping Students Think, Learn, and Grow – No Matter Where They Are!

    When schools around the world announced plans to shut down and switch to remote learning, many teachers were left scrambling. A move to virtual learning meant teachers had to implement new online platforms, new workspaces and new ways of communicating and connecting with students no longer in front of them. Author Alex Kajitani’s 101 tips for teaching online: helping students think, learn, and grow – no where they are! features succinct, practical tips to help any teacher make the most of online teaching. With research-based advice relating to student engagement, classroom management, assessment, self-care and more, this book provides accessible strategies that will help educators streamline the virtual education process and create a healthier learning environment for both students and teachers.

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    A$49.95
  9. Wired for Wellbeing: Student Book C

    Young people face ever-increasing challenges and demands as they grow into adulthood. There is a vital need to equip them with the skills and strategies that will help them to flourish and thrive despite these challenges. The Wired for wellbeing program aims to introduce young people to skills and strategies from the fields of positive psychology and neuroscience to empower them to become active participants in understanding, creating and maintaining their wellbeing and resilience. In doing so, it aims to help young people to reach their potential, to flourish and to become thriving citizens.

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    A$9.95
  10. EdTech Essentials: The Top 10 Technology Strategies for All Learning Environments

    In a world awash in technology, what EdTech skills and strategies should educators focus on to ensure they are making the best use of online spaces for classroom learning? How can they navigate through the overwhelming number of options in digital tools and spaces? How can they guide students in learning best practices? EdTech consultant Monica Burns answers these and other questions in this powerful and reader-friendly guide to incorporating EdTech across all grade levels and subject areas, and in both distance-learning and face-to-face environments. Each chapter explains why the skill or strategy is essential, including supporting research, classroom examples, guiding questions for planning and reflection, and suggested websites and digital tools for classroom use. The book also includes access to downloadable forms to help you set goals, assess your progress, and build you EdTech tool belt.

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    A$38.95
  11. Compassionate Coaching: How to Help Educators Navigate Barriers to Professional Growth

    In Compassionate coaching, Kathy Perret and Kenny McKee identify the six most vexing challenges teachers face – lack of confidence, failure, overload, disruption, isolation and school culture challenges – and the six corresponding ways that coaches can help teachers surmount them, dubbed the compassionate coaching focus areas. Coaching with compassion is a process focused on partnership, empowerment, prioritisation, routine, connection and openness. Done well, it can result in transformational improvements to student achievement and teacher work satisfaction. In some cases, it can even shift the trajectory of whole schools.

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    A$43.95
  12. Improve Every Lesson Plan with SEL

    Jeffrey Benson draws from his 40-plus years of experience as a teacher and an administrator to provide explicit, step-by-step guidance on how to incorporate social and emotional learning (SEL) into F–12 lesson planning – without imposing a separate SEL curriculum. The book identifies SEL skills in three broad categories: skills for self, interpersonal skills and skills as a community member. It offers research-based strategies for seamlessly integrating these skills into every section of lesson plans, from introducing a topic in a way that sparks students’ interest to accessing prior knowledge, providing direct instruction, allowing time for experimentation and discovery, using formative assessment, and closing a lesson in a purposeful rather than haphazard manner.

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    A$49.95

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