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by Andrew Brodie
This new series provides all the practice a child needs to build confidence in multiplication and division. More than 400 questions offer great revision of essential multiplication tables facts and guide every child through the processes of ...
A Ready-to-Use Activities Program for Learners with Special Needs
by Cynthia M. Stowe
For all educators grades 3 and up, here is a proven ready-to-use resource that tailors writing experiences to the needs of any student having difficulty writing - even the most reluctant writer. <br /> <br /> Starting with simple words and ...
by Rainer Maria Rilke
Drawn by some sympathetic note in his poems, young people often wrote to Rilke with their problems and hopes. From 1903 to 1908 Rilke wrote a series of remarkable responses to a young would-be poet, on poetry and on surviving as a sensitive ...
by Melissa Benn
It is time for a radical shake up of the purposes and practices of our education system. <br>Melissa Benn is one of the most clear sighted and vocal campaigners for improving our schools. She shows here how we need to rethink education for life.
Top Tips from the Country's Most Acclaimed Guidance Counselors
by Eric Yaverbaum
Compiled in real time as one family went through the college search. "Life s Little College Admission Insights" best selling author and his college bound daughter have compiled an easy to read, ingest and act on insider best in class tips to ...
by Michael F Opitz
Have you ever asked your students "Are you listening?" and felt uneasy that their response didn't distinguish listening from hearing? We expect children to spend fifty percent or more of their school day engaged in ...
Reading, Writing and Children?s Literature
by Gordon Winch
Literacy: Reading, Writing and Children’s Literature fifth edition is the most comprehensive text in English Education for pre-service teachers. It covers the whole literacy curriculum: reading, writing, speaking, listening and ...
by Adele Devine
by Amy Seely Flint
by Amy Seely Flint
by Clare Connors
Rescuing the subject from dry abstractions, Clare Connors focuses on the real questions that emerge when we read and study literature - such as how we find meaning and how literature relates to its historical context - before exploring the ...Audio Book
Teaching Reading and Writing in Elementary Classrooms
by Amy Seely Flint
An excellent resource for elementary teachers, this book will help them learn how to organize for literary instruction in their classroom. It is written in a way that turns the reader into a problem solver as they find solutions for numerous ...
An American Boy, a Chinese School and the Global Race to Achieve
by Lenora Chu
A Story Of Cosmology, Ambition, And The Perils Of Science's Highest Honor
by Brian Keating
Helping Behaviorally Challenging Students (and, While You're At It, All the Others)
by Ross W. Greene
<b>Implement a more constructive approach to difficult students</b> <p><i>Lost and Found</i> is a follow-up to Dr. Ross Greene's landmark works, <i>The Explosive Child</i> and <i>Lost at School</i>, providing educators with highly practical, ...
by Robert Macfarlane
Once upon a time, words began to vanish from the language of children. They disappeared so quietly that at first almost no one noticed - until one day, they were gone. <BR><BR>But there is an old kind of magic for finding what is missing, and ...
by Lisa Zimmer Hatch
<b>Increase your score on the LSAT</b> <p>If you're preparing for law school, your single biggest hurdle is the Law School Admission Test or LSAT. This three and a half hour exam consisting of five multiple choice sections and one timed writing
<p><b>No Fear Shakespeare</b> gives you the complete text of<i> Macbeth</i> on the left-hand page, side-by-side with an easy-to-understand translation on the right.</p><p>Each <b>No Fear ...