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Becoming A Wiz At Brain Based Teaching

Author : Marilee Sprenger
ISBN : 0761978607
Genre : Education
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This user-friendly guide effectively discusses expert findings about brain growth, structure, and functions to help teachers and administrators foster a love of learning in all students.
Category: Education

Practical Ideas To Wrap Up The Year Grades K 3

Author : Colleen Politano
ISBN : 1553790324
Genre : Education
File Size : 71.17 MB
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The third book in the Voices of Experience series grades K-3 is for the end of the year when you are wrapping things up.
Category: Education

Practical Ideas To Start Up The Year Grades K 3

Author : Colleen Politano
ISBN : 1553790286
Genre : Education
File Size : 45.94 MB
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"Each book in the series is organized around four activitiy-based sections: Relationships, Organization, Assessment, and Reliables (R.O.A.R.). The authors show how to build successful and respectful relationships, establish a safe and organized environment, involve students in their own assessment, and use tried-and-true activities (reliables) to keep students engaged in the classroom. The authors' best ideas are presented in two 3-book sets - three for primary teachers and three for intermediate teachers: * Practical Ideas to Start Up the Year: for when you are just getting to know your students * Practical Ideas to Spark Up the Year: for the middle of the year when you need to get yourselves and your students "fired up" * Practical Ideas to Wrap Up the Year: for the end of the year when you are wrapping things up."--Publisher's website (
Category: Education

Quantum Learning Instructional Leadership In Practice

Author : John Parks Le Tellier
ISBN : 9781483360058
Genre : Education
File Size : 42.85 MB
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Using evidence-based strategies, this inspiring handbook provides principals and teachers with a catalog of practiced "moves," or actions that upgrade performance, create durable motivation, and renew energy levels.
Category: Education

Spark Up The Year 4 8

Author : Caren Cameron
ISBN : 1553793285
Genre : Education
File Size : 20.33 MB
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Voices of Experience series is a collection of great activities for new teachers, teachers new to a grade level, teachers who want new ideas to re-energize their practice and new teacher mentors. Each book is organized around four activity based sections: relationships, organization, assessment and reliables. Practical Ideas to Spark Up the Year grades 4-8 is for the middle of the year when you need to get yourself and your students "fired up."
Category: Education

Science Scope

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ISBN : UVA:X006144487
Genre : Science
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Category: Science

Improving Teaching And Learning

Author : Rebecca Lynn Wilke
ISBN : 1578861950
Genre : Education
File Size : 53.18 MB
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Relationships have always been an integral component of teaching and learning. In today's diverse school settings, it is critical to build healthy connections with students, parents, coworkers, and community members. Improving Teaching and Learning provides educators with the necessary tools to meet this need. Developing a better "relationship quotient" will not only empower teachers to become exceptional educators, but it will also allow them to serve as positive role models for the next generation of culturally competent citizens. Features Include: .A balanced mix of current theory .Practical applicable tips and techniques .Stories about real educational situations .A "Classroom Conundrum" at the end of each chapter to aide in application of key concepts .A "Multicultural Matters" component for each chapter allowing readers to think about issues of diversity and apply them in their own school settings Teachers will quickly discover that young people can improve communication, cultivate cultural understanding, and connect within the diverse community that surrounds them. In addition, by honing the simple, yet strategic skills detailed in this book, educators will experience more successful and satisfying lives both personally and professionally "
Category: Education

The Woman Who Ate Chinatown

Author : Shirley Fong-Torres
ISBN : 9780595891917
Genre : Travel
File Size : 52.67 MB
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For nearly three decades Shirley Fong-Torres and her Wok Wiz Chinatown Tour staff guided 20,000 visitors a year through San Francisco's Chinatown. This book shows why so many keep coming back for more. It's Chinese-American history with a bottomless appetite for quirky anecdotes, respected traditions and exquisite dumplings. " I love Shirley Fong-Torres. Her effervescence and passion make her irresistible. If she writes a book I'll buy it, if she hosts a tour, I'll take it, if she recommends a restaurant I'll eat there." -Gene Burns, KGO, San Francisco " Shirley Fong-Torres knows San Francisco's Chinatown better than anyone She's downloaded a chunk of what she knows in this book, filled with great information and a touching account of her family history." -Michael Bauer, San Francisco Chronicle " I thought I knew San Francisco Chinatown, that is, until I met Shirley." -Martin Yan, YAN CAN COOK " Shirley Fong-Torres has a contagious love of life, people, place and food I am rapt by her stories, energized by her passion and touched by her spirit." -Joey Altman, BAY CAF " This is Shirley Fong-Torres, a very bossy woman. But if you want to do business in San Francisco Chinatown you have to deal with her. She knows everybody and everything." -Comedian Martin Clune
Category: Travel

Painting Without Permission

Author : Janice Rahn
ISBN : 0897898109
Genre : Art
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Examines the phenomenon of hip-hop graffiti, a youth subculture that has global proportions among youth struggling to construct personal identities, and how teachers can use it as a resource for motivating adolescents.
Category: Art