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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. 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$49.95
  3. 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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    A$35.00
  4. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: Primary Literature

    Expand your youngsters’ minds with higher-level thinking questions on their favourite literature. You will find hundreds of questions on classic primary literature selections such as: The three little pigs, Cinderella, Goldilocks and the three bears, Little red riding hood and Pinocchio, plus eleven others! Questions are provided in convenient reproducible question card format, perfect for the engaging cooperative questioning activities provided. This book also includes reproducible prompts for journal writing and activities for student-generated questions.

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    A$35.00
  5. 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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    A$35.00
  6. 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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  7. Higher-Level Thinking Questions: Mathematics

    How do we foster 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, patterns, place value and numeration, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, money, time, fractions and decimals, linear measurement, capacity, weight, geometry, data and graphing, and probability.

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    A$35.00
  8. Distance Learning for Elementary STEM: Creative Projects for Teachers and Families

    When it comes to STEM subjects, integration across multiple subject areas, a range of settings and play-based versus traditional learning present opportunities for young learners to engage in age-appropriate online and distance learning. This book features eight creative, integrated STEM lessons, including ideas for designing a zoo, learning to garden, exploring the night sky and more.

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    A$39.95
  9. Science in a Garden: Activities and Projects for the Outdoor Classroom, Years F–6

    Permaculture expert and educator Ross Mars is back with another collection of hands-on projects and investigations that provide students with opportunities to observe, understand and contribute to a thriving garden ecosystem. Students will follow the journey from theory to final product through the book’s six parts: understanding science in the garden, growth in the garden, changes in the garden, animals in the garden, human use of the garden and products from the garden. Each activity is aligned to the Australian Curriculum: Science and the Australian Curriculum: Technologies as well as the cross-curriculum priority of sustainability. Plus, teachers can use the handy index of curriculum links to assist with their planning.

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    A$44.95

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