Books

Items 37-48 of 3079

per page
Set Ascending Direction
  1. 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.

    Learn More
    A$35.95
  2. Closing the Gap: Digital Equity Strategies for the K–12 Classroom

    Closing the gap is an ISTE book series designed to reflect the contributions of multiple stakeholders seeking to ensure that digital equity is achieved on campuses, in classrooms and throughout education. In this series, authors Nicol R Howard, Sarah Thomas and Regina Schaffer offer historical and philosophical insights while exploring challenges and solutions unique to teacher preparation programs, pre-service and in-service teachers, and instructional coaches.

    Learn More
    A$32.95
  3. Connect to Lead: Power Up Your Learning Network to Move Your School Forward

    We’re in the midst of an exciting time in education as schools are adjusting their trajectories to ensure they’re future-ready. Educators are infusing creative programs and innovative teaching practices to move our schools forward. With a goal of pushing student thinking and advancing teaching and learning, this book provides school leaders the strategies they need to leverage innovation in their schools and drive meaningful professional learning through educational networks.

    Learn More
    A$38.95
  4. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book C – Feeling Good with Mo and Ko! Teacher Resource Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$32.95
  5. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book C – Feeling Good with Mo and Ko! Student Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$7.95
  6. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book B – Good to Be Me with Mo and Ko! Teacher Resource Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$32.95
  7. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book B – Good to Be Me with Mo and Ko! Student Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$7.95
  8. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book A – Meet Mo and Ko! Teacher Resource Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$32.95
  9. Welcome to Wellbeing: Book A – Meet Mo and Ko! Student Book

    As teachers we can do so much to nurture wellbeing from an early age by giving students the social, emotional and psychological skills they need to flourish. Welcome to wellbeing is a multi-year program for students in Kindergarten to Year 1. It is designed to enhance students’ wellbeing across all dimensions – social, emotional, spiritual, physical and mental. Enhancing student wellbeing can lead to a wide variety of other successful outcomes including including increased academic performance, better relationships and increased resilience (Waters, 2011; Park & Peterson, 2008).

    Learn More
    A$7.95
  10. Building Great Mental Health Professional–Teacher Teams: A Systematic Approach to Social-Emotional Learning for Students and Educators

    Social-emotional health and wellbeing are at the forefront of educators’ minds, and for good reason. Professional educators confront the realities of high poverty, pervasive trauma and mental health disorders daily. Building great mental health professional–teacher teams: A systematic approach to social-emotional learning for students and educators harnesses the power of teams so that teachers and school mental health professionals can combine their expertise to support complex student needs. Authors Tonya C Balch, Brandie M Oliver, Chavez Phelps and Bradley V Balch facilitate true team collaboration and examine how all educators, including school counsellors, psychologists and social workers, can work together for maximum positive impact.

    Learn More
    A$54.95
  11. Building Blocks for Social-Emotional Learning: Creating Safe, Secure, and Successful Elementary Schools

    Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a necessary and often overlooked aspect of students’ development. All primary students must have access to social-emotional education to acquire powerful skills that will help them excel in school and in life. In Building blocks for social-emotional learning: Creating safe, secure, and successful elementary schools, authors Tracey A Hulen and Ann-Bailey Lipsett provide primary educators with research-based guidance for teaching social-emotional competencies alongside academic content in their classrooms. This much-needed resource includes practical strategies for integrating social-emotional concepts into instruction, lesson planning and assessment, and maintaining a positive school culture and climate where social-emotional learning will occur.

    Learn More
    A$60.95
  12. The School Wellness Wheel: A Framework Addressing Trauma, Culture, and Mastery to Raise Student Achievement

    Trauma and stress among students are high. To effectively address the cognitive, social and emotional repercussions of these experiences, schools need a structure for building expertise in trauma and responsiveness among teachers. In The school wellness wheel: A framework addressing trauma, culture, and mastery to raise student achievement, authors Mike Ruyle, Libby Child and Nancy Dome provide a framework that enables F–12 educators to address student trauma and promote healing and resilience. Teachers and administrators can create a simultaneously safe, supportive and academically rigorous environment by incorporating into their educational practices and procedures the three points on which the school wellness wheel pivots.

    Learn More
    A$43.95

Items 37-48 of 3079

per page
Set Ascending Direction