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  1. Decoding Autism and Leading the Way to Successful Inclusion

    With warmth and wisdom informed by her experience as a school administrator, autism educator, clinician and a parent of a son on the spectrum, Barbara Boroson provides a holistic look at the challenges students on the spectrum face in the areas of anxiety, executive function, sensation, communication, socialisation, engagement and cognitive acquisition. You’ll learn to decode the functional and behavioural manifestations of the challenges and you’ll gain practical and research-based pre-emptive, supportive and responsive strategies.

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    A$43.95
  2. Co-Teaching Do’s, Don’ts, and Do Betters

    Co-teaching has been increasingly adopted to support students in the general education classroom. After twenty years of field testing, we know what works – and what doesn’t. In this practical guide, co-teaching and inclusion experts Toby J Karten and Wendy W Murawski detail the best practices for successful co-teaching and ways to troubleshoot common pitfalls.

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    A$49.95
  3. Training Supplement for Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities, Third Edition with New Features

    Bridges out of poverty is a uniquely powerful tool designed for social, health and legal services professionals. Based in part on Dr Ruby K Payne’s myth-shattering A framework for understanding poverty, Bridges reaches out to millions of service providers and businesses whose daily work connects them with people in poverty.

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    A$32.95
  4. The Autism Lens: Everything Teachers Need to Connect with Students, Build Confidence, and Promote Classroom Learning

    The autism lens helps teachers connect to students with autism and support them confidently within inclusive classrooms. Exploring communication difficulties that affect socialisation and learning, this book removes the guesswork by offering practical solutions.

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    A$35.95
  5. From Behaving to Belonging: The Inclusive Art of Supporting Students Who Challenge Us

    Challenging behaviour is one of the most significant issues educators face. Though it may seem radical to use words like love, compassion and heart when we talk about behaviour and discipline, the compassionate and heartfelt words, actions and strategies teachers employ in the classroom directly shape who students are and will become. But how can teaching from the heart translate into effective supports and practices for students who exhibit challenging behaviour? Julie Causton and Kate MacLeod detail how teachers can shift from a ‘behaviour management’ mindset (that punishes students for ‘bad’ behaviour or rewards students for ‘good’ or ‘compliant’ behaviour) to an approach that supports all students - even the most challenging ones - with kindness, creativity, acceptance and love.

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    A$38.95
  6. Building Bridges: Engaging Students at Risk Through the Power of Relationships

    Building Bridges: Engaging Students at Risk Through the Power of Relationships features evidence-based strategies to create positive relationships with students at risk to help them succeed in school and life. Based on his own experience teaching and leading students at risk, author Don Parker explains how zero-tolerance policies are not effective and, instead, how building trusting teacher-student relationships improves students' behaviour and leads to academic achievement. Parker provides the guidance necessary for F-12 teachers and leaders to create a school culture that promotes student success. Readers will understand how to effectively reach students at risk, read and learn from the author's firsthand experience leading and teaching students at risk, and more.

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    A$40.95
  7. Engage the Brain: How to Design for Learning That Taps into the Power of Education

    Research on the brain shows that emotion plays a key role in learning, but how can educators apply that research in their day-to-day interactions with students? What are some teaching strategies that take advantage of what we know about the brain? Engage the Brain answers these questions with easy-to-understand explanations of the brain's emotion networks and how they affect learning, paired with specific suggestions for classroom strategies that can make a real difference in how and what students learn. Real-world classroom examples, along with reflection and discussion questions, add to the usefulness of Engage the Brain as a practical, informative guide for understanding how to capture the brain’s incredible power and achieve better results at all year levels, in all learning areas.

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    A$41.95
  8. If You Can’t Manage Them, You Can’t Teach Them: Advice for Running a Chaos-Free Classroom Where Middle and High School Students Can Really Learn

    You may be able to design creative, compelling lessons. But if your classroom is chaotic or its inhabitants are disrespectful, your students will not be learning well. And you will be anywhere from dissatisfied to miserable! Kim Campbell knows the ins and outs of classroom management. She's a real, live, practising middle years teacher with a great gift of humour, a straight-talking approach and a parade of 12- to 15-year-old culturally mixed students to keep her honest. This is her story of what works, what doesn’t and what she’s learned from her students, parents and colleagues. In the manner of a teacher having a chat with another teacher, Kim shares strategies, stories and ideas for how to stop creating behaviour and management problems yourself, and more.

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    A$32.95
  9. Great Teaching Made Easy: How to Manage Behaviour in the Classroom
    A one-stop shop for classroom teachers looking to improve the quality of their classroom interactions, solve nagging behavioural issues, and create a positive, can-do culture every time they teach. Learn More
    A$27.95
  10. Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners

    In Every Student, Every Day: A No-Nonsense Nurturer Approach to Reaching All Learners, Kristyn Klei Borrero explains how educators can establish an effective classroom management style to produce a strong classroom culture where students perform at high levels. This book rectifies teachers' lack of classroom management training by presenting the techniques and mindsets of No-Nonsense Nurturers - high-performing educators who create positive, orderly classroom environments and build life-altering relationships with students. Through the No-Nonsense Nurturer four-step model, Borrero offers strategies, mindsets and reflection activities to help educators create a caring environment where students can achieve their full potential.

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    A$47.95
  11. Managing Unstoppable Learning

    In Managing Unstoppable Learning, Tom Hierck joins the four principles of systems thinking with guidance on how educators can manage student behaviour. This book expands on the managing element introduced in Unstoppable Learning to illustrate how establishing a culture grounded in positive learning environments will lead to successful behaviour management. This resource outlines a collective approach to behaviour management strategies and student engagement that minimises the impact of negative behaviours and maximises the potential of each student. Through this book, F-12 teachers and administrators will learn how to create a positive learning environment by building relationships, addressing problem behaviours and using new tools and strategies to maintain positivity in the classroom.

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    A$47.95

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