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  1. Stepping Into STEM Year 4: A Guided-to-Independent Approach to STEM-Based Learning

    In Stepping into STEM: Year 4, students will build a pendulum, harness the power of wind, learn about force and motion by building a roller-coaster, and much, much more!

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    A$49.95
  2. Stepping Into STEM Year 3: A Guided-to-Independent Approach to STEM-Based Learning

    In Stepping into STEM: Year 3, Year 3 students will learn about sound by designing megaphones and guitars, understand the properties of air by building and working with helicopters, examine the applications of machines in school and real life, and explore chemistry practices with capillary action and invisible ink.

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  3. Growing Global Digital Citizens: Better Practices that Build Better Learners

    Growing Global Digital Citizens: Better Practices That Build Better Learners explore show teachers and administrators can transform education through the essential concept of global digital citizenship (GDC). Embraced by thousands of schools worldwide, GDC practices empower students to effectively and ethically participate in their online and offline communities. Authors Lee Watanabe Crockett and Andrew Churches provide F-12 teachers and administrators with a clear path for establishing a GDC program in their school, ensuring that their students grow into considerate, respectful and responsible global citizens.

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    A$42.95
  4. The Power of Unstoppable Momentum: Key Drivers to Revolutionize Your District

    School districts can revolutionise their culture to improve student learning. In The Power of Unstoppable Momentum, Michael Fullan and Mark A. Edwards detail a simple but powerful research-based process for integrating technology, pedagogy and deep learning that leads to lasting change. Readers will learn why modern technology resources alone won't lead to deep learning; examine why human capital, social capital and decisional capital are essential or deep learning to occur; study pervasive and fundamental districtwide changes necessary to form a strong cultural foundation that fosters student growth; survey encouraging cases of lasting, deep, whole-system change; and gather eight core lessons from MGSD's journey that are essential to effect cultural change efforts.

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    A$29.95
  5. The Future-Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks

    Incorporating digital age skills into curriculum can be daunting for educators, and getting started can be the hardest part. In this book, author and education leader L. Robert Furman breaks down the process into 18 easy-to-follow challenges so that teachers can improve student outcomes based on digital skills and future-minded progress in a single semester. With this accessible guide, teachers will learn how to promote teamwork and collaboration, helping students stay motivated and inspired to develop the skills they'll need for the future. This book includes weekly step-by-step challenges designed to fill one semester, case studies by leaders in the field and examples of how to implement the challenges for each year level and coverage of key topics.

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    A$32.95
  6. Learning First, Technology Second: The Educator's Guide to Designing Authentic Lessons

    Learning First, Technology Second provides teachers the professional learning they need to move from arbitrary uses of technology in their classrooms to thoughtful ways of adding value to student learning. This book includes an introduction to the Triple E Framework that helps teachers engage students in time-on-task learning, enhance learning experiences beyond traditional means and extend learning opportunities to bridge classroom learning with students' everyday lives; effective strategies for using technology to create authentic learning experiences for their students; case studies to guide appropriate tech integration; and a lesson planning template to show teachers how to effectively frame technology choices and apply them in instruction.

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    A$44.95
  7. The Technology Coordinator’s Handbook, Third Edition: Revised and Expanded

    The technology coordinator can be seen as the orchestrator in the school or district, able to balance technology policies and procedures with device-specific requirements, locate funding and support, and facilitate ongoing training and support. In a time when technology is constantly changing, the technology coordinator adapts and stays abreast of the latest developments. Readers of this book - whether they are technology coordinators, teacher educators or administrators - will come away with a 360-degree view of the technology coordinator's role and a new appreciation for teaching and learning with technology.

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    A$39.95
  8. Mobile Learning Mindset: The IT Professional’s Guide to Implementation

    No mobile learning program would be possible without proper technical support. The IT Professional's Guide to Implementation addresses the technology components necessary to support a mobile device initiative, along with advice on how to work with leaders, teachers, trainers and parents on making the initiative a success. This book will help IT professionals resolve technical problems and facilitate students access to technology; support school staff and establish a digital learning task force; and strike a balance among IT, curriculum and instruction. The role of IT professionals within a school is constantly evolving. Staying informed and having systems and responses in place can improve outcomes and raise job satisfaction.

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    A$27.95
  9. Mobile Learning Mindset: The Parent’s Guide to Supporting Digital Age Learners

    The Parent's Guide to Supporting Digital Age Learners offers insight and guidance for parents facing some of the new challenges that mobile devices can bring into the household, including concerns about screen time, cyberbullying and digital footprints. The book offers advice, tools and scenarios parents can use with their children to maintain digital wellness, understand how to use social media safely and respectfully, and establish household guidelines. When parents are informed and given resources to support the initiative from home, there's a momentous shift in perception of how the device should be used, transforming it from a dangerous device that needs to be monitored or taken away to a tool that can be leveraged to improve learning.

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    A$27.95
  10. No Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum

    With No Fear Coding, author Heidi Williams shows K - 5 educators how to embed computational thinking skills into activities for every content area, helping students learn to code and preparing them for the middle grades as they build their knowledge.

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    A$49.95
  11. Teaching the iGeneration (Second Edition): Five Easy Ways to Introduce Essential Skills With Web 2.0 Tools

    In this second edition, authors William M. Ferriter and Adam Garry address enduring skills necessary for success in a digital world - information fluency, verbal persuasion, visual persuasion, collaborative dialogue, and problem solving - as well as digital solutions that teachers can use to enhance, not replace, traditional skill-based instruction practices.

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    A$48.40
  12. Picture-Perfect STEM Lessons, F–2: Using Children’s Books to Inspire STEM Learning

    For teachers who are eager to integrate STEM into their school day, Picture-Perfect STEM Lessons is an exciting development. This book's 15 kid-friendly lessons convey how science, technology, engineering and mathematics intersect in the real world. They embed reading-comprehension strategies that integrate the STEM subjects, as well as English, through high-quality picture books. You'll help your F - 2 students engage in STEM activities while they learn to read and read to learn.

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    A$55.00

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