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  1. ASCD Arias Series

    ASCD Arias publications provide concise answers to challenging questions that you need to solve today—in a convenient format that you can read in one sitting and immediately put into practice. They’re the next-generation, immediate-need resources for everyone committed to the success of each learner.

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    Starting at A$15.00

  2. Interactive Whiteboards in the Primary Classroom

    After years of helping others teach with a variety of interactive whiteboards (IWBs), Tony DeMonte found that, without a doubt, whiteboards can increase student engagement and motivation. But too often he encountered teachers who were unsure of how best to incorporate their IWBs in teaching and who ended up using them as glorified chalkboards, or worse, not at all. DeMonte wrote this book to help those educators grasp the full potential of this powerful tool. No matter what kind of IWB you have, interactive projector included, you will benefit from DeMonte’s classroom-tested insight and advice.

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    A$19.95
  3. Digital Shapeshifter: Classroom Document Camera

    Few technologies have spread to classrooms as quickly and pervasively as the document camera. Rapidly and single-handedly, this device has forced antiquated overhead projectors into back room cupboards and surplus sales. In addition, few technologies are this easy to use. Still, few educators employ the true power, flexibility and potential of this richly visual tool for powerfully and creatively transforming classroom instruction ... until now. This book is your all-you-need resource to getting the best out of this exciting new leap in classroom technology.

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    A$42.95
  4. Differentiating by Student Learning Preferences: Strategies and Lesson Plans

    The purpose of this book is to present practical ways to recognise and celebrate difference and to provide a variety of experiences that can positively influence students. It recognises that students are different, and that we can use their strengths for personal development and to accomplish meaningful learning. Targeted at primary teachers, the book shows how to differentiate instruction based on students' individual learning preferences. It includes strategies and lesson plans for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners; analytical, practical and creative learners (known as the triarchic model); and the multiple intelligences.

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    A$35.95
  5. Essentials for Principals: The School Leaders Guide to Special Education, Third Edition

    Special education is often a confusing and expensive consideration of running a school. You have IEPs and BIPs in place, but are they really working? Find a refresher on the key legal rights of students with disabilities along with methods for designing and implementing IEPs and BIPs that work, approaches to creating effective instruction and assessment practices, and opportunities for inclusion in the general education classroom.

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    A$21.95
  6. Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom

    When students take ownership of learning, they achieve at high levels. Filled with practical examples and step-by-step guidelines, Students Taking Charge shows educators how to design innovative learning environments that engage students, build greater responsibility in the classroom, use technology to aid learning and raise academic rigour.

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    A$42.95
  7. Intelligence Quest: Project-Based Learning And Multiple Intelligences

    Today’s classrooms should support multiple learning styles while incorporating technology use in an authentic, real-world manner. To help you grow this digital age learning environment, Walter McKenzie brings together ideas from multiple intelligences and project-based learning to develop a new instructional model, the Intelligence Quest (IQuest). This flexible, self-directed learning journey approach provides educators with a clear structure and specific goals for a technology-infused classroom. Intelligence Quest provides an in-depth overview of the IQuest – what it is and how you can adapt it for use in any subject or any classroom.

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    A$27.95
  8. Natural Learning for a Connected World: Education, Technology, and the Human Brain

    Why do video games fascinate kids so much that they will spend hours pursuing a difficult skill? Why don’t they apply this kind of intensity to their schoolwork? These questions are answered by the authors who pioneered brain/mind learning with the publication of Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain. Caine and Caine build a bridge to the future of education with a dynamic model of teaching that works for all year levels and all cultural and ethnic groups.

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    A$29.95
  9. Crossing the Vocabulary Bridge: Differentiated Strategies for Diverse Secondary Classrooms

    Knowing how the brain works is integral to the modern teaching environment, and is the main focus of Crossing the Vocabulary Bridge: Differentiated Strategies for Diverse Secondary Classrooms. By knowing how students retain what they learn, teachers can alter their methods to ensure maximum retention and recall. Resources include filled-in samples of student work that provide evidence of what is possible, teacher-to-teacher voices highlighting successful applications in secondary classrooms, teaching tips to accompany every strategy and templates for vocabulary-building student artefacts. By using the strategies contained within Crossing the Vocabulary Bridge, teachers can use what students already know to enhance their base of knowledge and maximise learning potential.

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    A$32.95
  10. Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Video Games & Virtual Worlds

    Video games and virtual worlds offer varying degrees of interactivity and community. These allow players to consider existing societal norms, civic participation and power structures, and experimenting with new models. This book asks students to consider the possibilities that video games offer, as well as some of the problems. Students are already thinking about video games. This book asks students to think about video games in a critical and articulate fashion; considering the attitudes and beliefs they generate; how they affect how we perceive others and ourselves; and what they mean to different people.

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    A$29.95
  11. Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Visual Culture

    This book, the sixth in a series on media literacy, focuses on visual culture. The effort here is to help students understand the complex social, economic, political, and personal foundations of visual culture. Each unit introduces students to the different contexts in which visual culture exists and functions. The activity sheets require students to recognise these contexts and demonstrate their understanding of the role that visual culture plays in each. The central principle of this book is that visual culture can be used to help students improve their critical-thinking skills.

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    A$29.95
  12. Media Literacy: Thinking Critically About Movies

    This book encourages students to use critical-thinking skills to analyse movies and the movie industry. The units in this book provide students with information about movies as an art form, as a business and as a source of social and cultural transmission. The activities require students to evaluate this information and apply it in varied exercises. Students will be asked to reflect on both the Australian and American movie industries (and audiences) when developing answers to the questions in this book. Each lesson contains activities, quizzes, a glossary of terms and ‘Teacher Buzz’ sections to prepare for classroom discussions. 

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    A$29.95

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