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  1. 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$31.95
  2. Writing, Redefined: Broadening Our Ideas of What It Means to Compose

    Writing, redefined gives teachers the power to change what ‘counts’ as writing in schools and classrooms, opening the doorway to students who may not consider themselves to be writers, but should and can. Shawna Coppola offers alternative, engaging writing assignments that are visual, aural and multimodal that will involve all students.

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    A$34.95
  3. Reading and Writing Instruction for Second- and Third-Grade Classrooms in a PLC at Work®: Every Teacher is a Literacy Teacher Series

    With Reading and writing instruction for second- and third-grade classrooms in a PLC at Work®, Year 2 and 3 teachers will equip their students with the foundational literacy skills they will need throughout their lives.

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    A$54.95
  4. Best Practices at Tier 3: Intensive Interventions for Remediation, Elementary

    In Best practices at Tier 3, the authors provide Years F–5 educators with research-based response to intervention (RTI) strategies to meet the needs of students who have fallen the furthest behind in the classroom. Using this guide, educators will ascertain how to improve their school’s Tier 3 intensive interventions so that they give these students the support they need to learn at the highest levels.

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    A$49.95
  5. Learning That Sticks: A Brain-Based Model for K–12 Instructional Design and Delivery

    In many classrooms, the emphasis is on instructional strategies that teachers employ rather than on what students should be doing or thinking about as part of their learning. What’s more, students’ minds are something of a mysterious ‘black box’ for most teachers, so when learning breaks down, they’re not sure what went wrong or what to do differently. It doesn’t have to be this way. Learning that sticks helps you look inside that black box. Bryan Goodwin and his coauthors unpack the cognitive science underlying research-supported learning strategies so you can sequence them into experiences that challenge, inspire and engage your students. As a result, you’ll learn to teach with more intentionality - understanding not just what to do but also when and why to do it.

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    A$39.95
  6. Probability for Kids: Using Model-Eliciting Activities to Investigate Probability Concepts

    Probability for Kids features real-world probability scenarios for students in Years 4-6. Students will encounter problems in which they read about students their age selling magazines for a school fund raiser, concerned about their homeroom assignments, and trying to decode the combination to a safe that their grandfather abandoned, among others, all of which maximise learning so students gain a deep understanding of concepts in probability.

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    A$31.95
  7. Ready-to-Use Differentiation Strategies, Grades 6–8

    Ready-to-use differentiation strategies introduces various low-preparation, low-stress differentiation activities and strategies that can be implemented immediately in any content area in Grades 6-8. Each differentiation strategy encourages higher level thinking and intellectual risk taking while accommodating different learning styles.

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    A$39.95
  8. Instructional Models: How to Choose One and How to Use One

    The research leaves little doubt: instructional models work. Join Elizabeth Ross Hubbell and Bryan Goodwin as they explore the variety of instructional models available to today’s educators and explain how they can unite the faculty and students in identifying - and achieving - classroom goals.

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    A$29.95
  9. Early Childhood Math Routines: Empowering Young Minds to Think

    One of the central challenges facing early childhood teachers is how to meet academic standards while creating learning environments that honour young children’s mathematical ideas, curiosity and playfulness. In Early childhood math routines, Toni Cameron introduces us to a set of short whole-group and partner routines designed to engage young children in meaningful math thinking and build problem-solving communities. Toni reimagines traditional math routines and introduces brand new routines that focus on the important mathematical ideas of early childhood. Through stories, classroom examples and resources, Toni offers you the tools to get started right away with these routines to help you connect children to mathematics in a way that is exciting and powerful.

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    A$39.95
  10. Assessing Differentiated Student Products: A Protocol for Development and Evaluation, Second Edition

    Looking for a ready guide for developing and assessing a variety of authentic products in your classroom? If so, then the Developing and Assessing Products (DAP) Tool is for you! The DAP Tool is a protocol that simplifies the assessment process, encourages differentiation and takes the ceiling off of learning. This book provides teachers with everything needed to develop and assess products developed by students. The book includes a list of suggested products; more than 100 DAP Tools that assess content, presentation, creativity and reflection at three tier levels using a multilevel performance scale for a variety of products; and detailed information on how to use these tools in the classroom.

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    A$49.95
  11. Teaching Students to Become Self-Determined Learners

    Children are born learning machines who want to learn and can organise and manage their own learning. Unfortunately, today children have little choice over what they do in school and how and when they do it. Children prepared in this ‘other-determined’ manner will be poorly equipped to navigate an adult world requiring that they act autonomously and self-direct learning to acquire skills in rapidly changing environments. In Teaching students to become self-determined learners, Michael Wehmeyer and Yong Zhao explore the how and why of self-determined learning - which emphasises autonomy and choice, turning over ownership for learning to students by supporting them in engaging in activities that are of personal value to them, thus enabling them to act volitionally.

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    A$34.95
  12. Teaching to Empower: Taking Action to Foster Student Agency, Self-Confidence, and Collaboration

    In Teaching to empower, Debbie Zacarian and Michael Silverstone explore what an empowered student looks like in our increasingly diverse contemporary schools and prompt educators to examine their own relationship to empowerment.

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    A$39.95

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