1248 books (63 pages) in this category
by Gregory J. Nash
by Craig Campbell
A social history of school education in Australia, from dame schools and one teacher classrooms in the bush, to the growth of private schools under public funding in recent years. The first systematic history of education published in thirty ...
by Caroline Coffin
by Patricia A. Edwards with Heather M. Pleasants
The diverse and difficult needs of today's children far outstrip the ability of any one institution to meet them. Yet one of the richest resources for understanding a child's early learning experiences—parents—is quite often the most
by James A. Beane
A Reason to Teach is written for teachers who want to bring democratic teaching to their classrooms and schools. The book not only explains why teachers should choose this point of view, but tells how, offering a wide range of practical ...
by Joanne Yatvin
These days, ballooning class sizes make it harder and harder to meet students' individual educational needs without losing sight of the class's larger goals. Enter differentiated instruction, a flexible, smart way to teach a classroom of ...
by Bonnie S. Billingsley
What every special education teacher needs to know to survive and thrive A Survival Guide for New SpecialEducatorsprovides relevant, practical information for new special education teachers across a broad range of topic areas. Drawing on the ...
by Janet Moyles
by Jonathan Savage
by Karen Starr
Education is BIG BUSINESS! Stakeholders are many governments and governors, parents and students, employers and corporations, communities and nations all with their own agendas, demands and expectations. The business surrounding education is ...
The Art and Practice of a Client-Centered Approach to Performance Improvement
by PhD Laurie Voss
Providing the best tools for coaches. ...
What Students and Parents Need to Know About Getting Into College, 4th Edition
by Sally P. Springer
by Sue Cross
by Leslie;Thurlby-Campbell, Ian Bell
For many years, government policy has associated young people 'being NEET' (Not in Education, Employment or Training) with educational underachievement, worklessness, generational poverty, poor health, antisocial behaviour, and reduced life ...
by David Maher
Alive and Grinning has been written for the first year high school student who is a reluctant reader and who might be daunted by the commitment required to read the extended prose of a novel or even a novella. It follows a similar philosophy to ...
by Richard Yaxley
Alive and Kicking is a vibrant, eclectic collection that celebrates the short story in its many forms. It contains prose short stories, stories told in verse, short playscripts and stories told in comic-book form. Each story in the collection is
by David Maher
Alive and Winking follows a similar philosophy to its forerunners Alive and Kicking and Alive and Grinning. Alive and Winking contains a vibrant, eclectic collection of full colour illustrated short stories. A themes matrix assists teachers to ...