Brett Larson saw a need. He assembled a team. The toll he was called to bear would challenge any man but he could not fail; he would not fail. Imagine the world's biggest construction project and experience intrigue as a bevy of unlikelies embrace individual responsibility and abiding goodness.
The Truly Alive Child: For Those Who Seek a Grander Vision for Our Children provides powerful tools and techniques for all adults to support children in re-connecting with child-like wonder, love for learning and natural creativity. The tools include honoring uniqueness, developing deep relationships with nature, embracing the “real” child and many more. A visionary and life changing book.
Discover nine fundamental and simple changes all teachers can make to how they educate young people. These building blocks can all work within the current system while providing the real world skills that the curriculum and subject based learning deny students.
This is a book about report writing in Science. It does not dwell on the structure but presents a skeleton for teachers to help and encourage their students to write better. It touches on grammar, expressions and planning of a science report.
TEACH FOR LIFE, the new book by Irie Glajar, a math professor, provides many easy, fun, effective and practical ways for us to fulfill our dual duties as teachers and students. We all have the responsibility to learn and teach forever. Irie's book can help us enjoy and effectively handle our double duties and opportunities in those two most important capacities.
Putting your kids through high school? How do you and your kids survive these tempestuous years - and how do you keep your sanity during this difficult time? Our e-book, written by parents for parents, will help you through these terror years.
We understand what you're going though. You are not alone! This lively read will help you with your strategies as you and your kids move forward.
This ebook is a teaching method and a comprehensive guide to fingers, hands, forearms, arms, shoulders therapy and development for anyone interested in learning piano or any other musical instrument. You can use these exercises as warm ups before the actual piano lesson. The exercises are great for children and adults of all professions because they improve coordination and agility of upper limbs
A must-have survival guide for new high school teachers. Topics range from landing the job to managing the classroom, the paperwork, the students, the administration, and the parents. Tips and shortcuts that take educators years to learn are spelled out in a simple, easy to read format, without all of the educational fluff. Read customer reviews at http://teachlikeaduck.com
This dissertation (2002) examines Montana State University's research activity and its effects on graduate education just prior to the university's being recognized as a Tier I Research University by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The study found that prominent research faculty at MSU place a high priority on the university's educational mission.
This new book, by leading international literacy expert Alan Peat, covers all punctuation marks in common English usage with a wealth of concrete, practical strategies for teaching five to sixteen year-olds.
The book also includes Alan’s unique visual and physical reminders approach.
Ideal for the busy classroom teacher.