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  1. Environmental Science for Grades 6–12: A Project-Based Approach to Solving the Earth's Most Urgent Problems

    Environmental science education is essential to preparing today’s students for the future. We must create opportunities for hands-on investigations that explore complex environmental problems in order to find solutions and meet the challenges of our changing world.

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    A$38.95
  2. Clothesline Math: The Master Number Sense Maker

    Clothesline math: The master number sense maker provides teachers with the tools they need to facilitate classroom discourse and intentionally teach number sense at all grade levels.

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    A$60.95
  3. Raise Her Up: Stories and Lessons From Women in International Educational Leadership

    Women have historically struggled to enter the male-dominated upper echelons of educational leadership. Raise her up: Stories and lessons from women in international educational leadership aims to help F–12 leaders change that. This anthology presents powerful stories written by women who have held diverse leadership roles in international education systems. Alongside each personal narrative, authors Debra E Lane and Kimberly Cullen highlight the traits that these leaders used to break through traditional boundaries and successfully lead. Through this book’s practical advice and potential self-development exercises, leaders everywhere will discover how to transform their practice and influence more equitable leadership in education.

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    A$38.95
  4. Bridges Out of Poverty: Strategies for Professionals and Communities, Fifth Edition

    Bridges out of poverty champions alliances of support and helps individuals and communities that are ready to break free of poverty. Rather than create reliance, Bridges out of poverty communities create new understanding, skills, resources and motivation.

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    A$60.95
  5. The Edtech Coaching Primer: Supporting Teachers in the Digital Age Classroom

    F–12 schools worldwide are now evaluating how to better prepare for a disruption like the one caused by COVID-19. Schools were pushed into remote learning and many were not prepared for such a jump. The edtech coaching primer illustrates how, with effective implementation, edtech coaching provides a training and support structure that can help schools transition from what was to what could be. The role of the edtech coach is often misunderstood, which can cause funding to be diverted and leads to those who fill these roles being asked to perform tasks that pull them away from their most impactful work – supporting teachers and improving learning. This book proposes a model that’s both flexible in its implementation and clear in defining actionable steps so that the edtech coaching role has the greatest impact.

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    A$38.95
  6. Quiz-Quiz-Trade: English, Years 3-6

    Quiz-Quiz-Trade is a student favourite! This Kagan Structure turns need-to-know curriculum into a fun and interactive quizzing game. To play, every student receives a quiz card relating to the topic. Students then pair up with a classmate. Using their cards, they quiz each other. After coaching or praising, they trade cards and set off to quiz a new classmate with their new card. The repeated practice boosts retention of the content. Memorising important information and concepts has never been so fun! Each book is loaded with card sets on a variety of topics. Each card set includes enough ready-to-copy cards for your entire class to play.

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    A$34.95
  7. The Metacognitive Student: How to Teach Academic, Social, and Emotional Intelligence in Every Content Area

    With The metacognitive student, learn how a simple approach the authors call ‘structured SELf-questioning’ helps students step back and think about their thinking when solving any problem. By teaching this powerful, research-backed approach, educators develop students into thriving thinkers who are confident, healthy, adaptive and resilient.

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    A$54.95
  8. Building Vocabulary with Greek and Latin Roots: A Professional Guide to Word Knowledge and Vocabulary Development, Second Edition

    Effective vocabulary instruction is the key to students’ literacy development, content-area mastery and conceptual thinking. Yet how do teachers know which words to teach and how best to teach them? This F–12 resource focuses on how to teach the Greek and Latin roots that lie at the core of over 90 per cent of academic vocabulary

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    A$43.95
  9. Using and Analysing Data in Australian Schools, Second Edition

    In this expanded second edition of Using and analysing data in Australian schools, Dr Selena Fisk offers a practical guide for bringing data to life. Learn how data from a range of sources can empower everyone, from teachers to school leaders to students. This book will deepen your understanding of your students’ achievements and abilities and, in inviting students to take ownership of their data, transform how they see themselves as learners.

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    A$54.95
  10. The Maker Playbook: A Guide to Creating Inclusive Learning Experiences

    School leaders and classroom teachers are looking for ways to integrate maker learning into their work in meaningful ways, but they simply don’t have the time, capacity or resources to review, synthesise or adapt existing models into their own school systems. The maker playbook offers a vision and the tools needed to streamline the process, including high-impact strategies you can put directly into action to foster an inclusive maker learning environment.

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    A$49.95
  11. Moviemaking in the Classroom: Lifting Student Voices Through Digital Storytelling

    Our world hinges on storytelling, and the ways in which stories can be told are always evolving. Moviemaking in the classroom provides insight, inspiration and practical ideas to empower teachers in all content areas to implement moviemaking projects with their students.

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    A$38.95
  12. Digital Citizenship in Action: Empowering Students to Engage in Online Communities

    Increasingly, the conversation around digital citizenship has been shifting from a focus on ‘don’t’s’ to how students can positively brand themselves to stand out for future scholarships and job opportunities. However, both messages fail to address one of the most important aspects of citizenship: being in community with others. As citizens, we have a responsibility to give back to the community and to work toward social justice. In Digital citizenship in action, you’ll find practical ways to take digital citizenship lessons to the next level, creating opportunities for students to engage in multiple levels of community and develop relationships based on mutual trust and understanding with others in these spaces.

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    A$35.95

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