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by Lucy Calkins
In <b><em>One to One</em></b> Calkins and her colleagues Amanda Hartman and Zoë White show you the practices and principles that create effective conferences. They dispel the myth that master teachers have a magic touch and show you that ...
Cultivating Emotional Resilience in Educators
by Elena Aguilar
by Steve Springer
by Kimberly Persiani
by Steve Springer
Cultural Conflict in the Classroom
by Lisa Delpit
Presenting an analysis of contemporary classrooms, this book develops ideas about the ways teachers can be better cultural transmitters in the classroom. It suggests that many academic problems attributed to children of colour are actually the ...
Spaces for exploration, discovery and risk-taking in the early years
by Helen Little
An early childhood undergraduate text explaining the importance of outdoor play in the early years. ...
An Evidence-Based Approach
by Geoff Petty
by Dummy author
Meet Panda Claus! He's a friendly panda who loves to dress up just like Santa Claus. <br>In this exciting new sticker activity book you can help Panda Claus decorate his Christmas tree with lots of colourful Christmas objects. Find two twinkling
by Tracey English
Meet Panda Claus! He's a friendly panda who loves to dress up just like Santa Claus. <br>In this exciting new sticker activity book you can help Panda gather something special for every letter of the alphabet on his Christmas list. For A you'll ...
by Patrick Sherratt
<b>Release your potential and get better exam results</b> <p>Do you panic at the thought of exams? Do you think you're just not the academic type? No matter how old you are, exams can be stressful?but they don't need to be. This essential guide
by Monisha;Hantzopoulos, Maria Bajaj
Over the past four decades, peace education has emerged as a global field of scholarship and practice. Promoted through efforts of the United Nations, international civil society networks and a diverse cluster of grassroots educators, peace ...
by Paulo Freire
<i>Pedagogy of the Heart</i> represents some of the last writings by Paulo Freire. In this work, perhaps more so than any other, Freire presents a coherent set of principles for education and politics. For those who have read Freire's other ...
by Andy Griffiths
Mr Brainfright says: It's important to keep a sense of humour at all times, especially when you're being ripped apart by a lion. Mr Brainfright is a teacher at Northwest Southeast Central School. He teaches Grade Five and in his class is a ...Audio Book
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 John McLeod
by Ilona Boniwell