357 books (18 pages) in this category
Our Incredible Capacity to Learn and How We Can Harness It
by Alex Beard
by Stephen J. Chapman
Number and Algebra for Secondary Teachers
by Jemma Sherwood
An Evidence-Based Approach
by Geoff Petty
by Bas Aarts
by Dr Helen Drury
Building Connections and Supporting Families
by Elizabeth Rouse
Discover how to build meaningful connections and effectively support familiesPartnerships in the Early Years explores the connections that early years educators build with families and communities in the context of supporting children’s ...
by Martyn Ellis
by Martyn Ellis
Everything You Need to Maximize Financial Aid and Afford College
by Chany The Princeton Review
Featured in <i>USA Today,</i> the <i>WSJ, Money,</i> the <i>Los Angeles Times,</i> the <i>Washington Post</i>, and dozens more, <i>Paying for College</i> helps students and their families maximize financial aid eligibility. Packed with specific ...
It's More than Okay to be Different
by Roxy Jacenko
Penelope is different. She loves to dress up in fun clothing - polka dots, stripes, patterns of all sorts. The brighter and kookier the better! But not everyone 'gets' Penelope's unique style, and it only takes one new girl at school to bring ...
by Thomas E. Wartenberg
by Richard Bailey
by Richard Murphet
<span style="" >The Victorian College of the Arts was founded in 1972 to provide education and training in all the visual and performing arts within the one institution. It has remained unique in Australia in that charter. Since 2009, however, ...
by Chris Puplick
<span style="" >After 50 years of growth the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) has come to be recognised as the pre eminent theatre training school in Australia and one of the finest theatre schools in the world. Its graduates have been ...
Reclaiming a practice
by Jon Rose
<span style="" >‘How do you maintain live music in a culture that does not value it’ asks Jon Rose, acclaimed improvising violinist and instrument maker. ‘The practice of music has lost its key functions and roles in ...
Rethinking tertiary music education
by Peter Tregear
<span style="" >Tertiary music education is commonly understood as preparing students for a career as a performer. This, however, fails to address fundamental shifts in the ways most of us now typically encounter, and think about, music in our ...
Learning in Diverse Contexts
by Marjory Ebbeck
by The Poetry Center