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  1. Nurturing the Naturalist Intelligence: Years 3–8

    Whether you’re looking for a complete natural science curriculum or want to supplement your curriculum to nurture students’ budding naturalist intelligences, Nurturing the naturalist intelligence: Years 3–8 is your source.

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    A$44.95
  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. Ethics in a Digital World: Guiding Students Through Society's Biggest Questions

    Ethics in a digital world is designed to help students consider the systems and structures in which they spend so much of their time, guiding them in looking at the technology around them through a critical lens.

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    A$39.95
  4. Let’s Get This Day Started: Maths, Year 2

    Start your day off right with quick, high-interest mathematics activities that provide students with purposeful and accessible mathematical-content practice. These activities enhance students’ mathematical understanding throughout the school year.

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    A$29.95
  5. Coding and the Arts: Connecting CS to Drawing, Music, Animation and More

    While there are books that discuss the intersection of the arts and computer science (CS), there are none written for K–12 teachers that cover the content overlaps between CS and the arts beyond a single programming environment, and that feature approaches and examples of practising artists. Coding and the arts fills that gap.

    CS sometimes gets a bad rap as dry, isolated and uninteresting work – the pursuit of analytically minded techies working alone – but programming is deeply creative. Explore how to apply computation to stretch the possibilities in many art forms, as well as how to pave the way for entirely new ones. By approaching programming tools as artistic media, you’ll connect the dots between programming, creativity and artistic expression.

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    A$39.95
  6. Quiz-Quiz-Trade: Mathematics Years 6–8 (Level 2)

    Quiz-Quiz-Trade is a student favourite! This Kagan structure turns need-to-know numeracy curriculum into a fun and interactive quizzing game. The repeated practice boosts retention of the content.

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    A$35.00
  7. 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
  8. Cooperative Learning & Science: Primary Activities, Grades F-2

    Inspire the next generation of scientists! The science standards inform us what key concepts we should teach our students across four science domains. Cooperative learning and science has ready-to-use activities and ideas focusing on those core ideas in life science, earth science, physical science and engineering and technology. But the standards do more than tell us what students should learn: they call for scientific practices including communication, collaboration, inquiry and problem-solving. The activities in this book are all based on cooperative, interactive structures that have students work in pairs and in teams to build, deepen and apply their science knowledge. Through interaction, students explore science at a deeper level and have more fun doing it! 

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    A$31.95
  9. No Fear Coding, Second Edition: Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum

    Coding has become an essential skill for finding solutions to everyday problems, while computational thinking (CT) teaches reasoning and creativity and offers an innovative approach to demonstrating content knowledge and seeing mathematical processes in action. No fear coding introduced many K–5 educators to ways to bring coding into their curriculum by embedding computational thinking skills into activities for different content areas. This second edition features updated tools – including programmable robots and other physical computing devices – as well as new activities aligned to the ISTE standards for students and computational thinking competencies. No fear coding, second edition will help build students’ coding and CT knowledge to prepare them for the middle grades and beyond.

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    A$39.95
  10. Cooperative Learning & Science: Elementary Activities, Grades 3-5

    Inspire the next generation of scientists! This book has ready-to-use activities and ideas focusing on those core ideas in life science, earth science, physical science and engineering and technology. But the standards do more than tell us what students should learn, they call for scientific practices including communication, collaboration, inquiry and problem-solving. The activities in this book are all based on cooperative, interactive structures that have students work in pairs and in teams to build, deepen and apply their science knowledge. Through interaction, students explore science at a deeper level and have more fun doing it! Stimulate students’ interest in science with these ready-to-go, engaging activities.

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    A$31.95
  11. STEM: Engaging Hands-On Challenges Using Everyday Materials, Foundation

    STEM: Engaging hands-on challenges using everyday materials, Foundation was designed to walk you through exciting STEM challenges step-by-step! This series provides grade-level appropriate student challenges guaranteed to stimulate students as they ask, imagine, plan, create (build), test and improve. Each exploration in this book provides students with meaningful experiences to help them to understand particular concepts by using three sequential steps: a set of introductory and cross-curricular activities, two small-group centres and a science or engineering challenge. This progression of activities is designed to introduce students to new concepts, to give them hands-on experience with those concepts and to challenge them to use what they learned to solve a related problem.

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    A$29.95
  12. Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work®, Grades 6–8

    Mathematics unit planning in a PLC at Work® provides a seven-step framework for collectively planning units of study, helping teams identify what students need to know by the end of each unit and how teachers can build student self-efficacy.

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    A$31.95

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