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Creating Music - What Children from Around the World Can Teach Us (Paperback): Patricia Elaine Riley Creating Music - What Children from Around the World Can Teach Us (Paperback)
Patricia Elaine Riley
R764 Discovery Miles 7 640 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Children create music in individually unique ways, but also using common processes. Each creating process component stated in the United States' National Music Standards (imagine, plan and make, evaluate and refine, and present; NCCAS, 2014) is explored in this text using children's creations from China, India, Ireland, Mexico, and the United States as examples. What can the characteristics of music created by children from five diverse locations teach us about creating music? How do the sounds surrounding children in their schools, homes, and communities affect the music they create and what can be learned from this? How do children's similar creating processes inform how we teach music? These questions are investigated as the children's music compositions and improvisations are shared and examined. As this narrative unfolds, readers will become acquainted with the children, their original music, and what the children say about their music and its creation. What we learn from this exploration leads to teaching strategies, projects, lesson plans, and mentoring recommendations that will help music educators benefit from these particular children's creations.

Parents and Textbooks - Answers that Reveal Essential Steps for Improvement (Hardcover): Gerard Giordano Parents and Textbooks - Answers that Reveal Essential Steps for Improvement (Hardcover)
Gerard Giordano
R1,104 Discovery Miles 11 040 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Parents wondered exactly what was transpiring in classrooms. Although they asked their children, they did not have complete confidence in their responses. When they quizzed teachers, school administrators, school board members, and politicians, they realized that they sometimes had conflicting interests. They resolved to get the information they wanted on their own: they would examine classroom textbooks. This book recounts the common sense questions that parents posed about these materials.

Parents and Teachers Working Together - Addressing School's Most Vital Stakeholders (Hardcover): Brett Novick Parents and Teachers Working Together - Addressing School's Most Vital Stakeholders (Hardcover)
Brett Novick
R845 Discovery Miles 8 450 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Whether you're an educator, CST member, administrator, or other educational professional, you share one thing in common: dealing with difficult parents and families. Every educator has experienced problematic, unproductive, and/or uncomfortable interactions with parents or families. Whether it be issues of defensiveness, noncompliance, the belief that his or her child "does no wrong," or just plain hostility, it can place an incredible stress on your job duties. Utilize this book to equip yourself with effective, practical tools geared to help productively tailor your interventions around the most common types of challenging parents and families.

African Immigrants' Experiences in American Schools - Complicating the Race Discourse (Hardcover): Shirley... African Immigrants' Experiences in American Schools - Complicating the Race Discourse (Hardcover)
Shirley Mthethwa-Sommers, Immaculee Harushimana
R1,622 Discovery Miles 16 220 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

As the number of African-born students in American schools increases, it is important that schools enlarge the circle of diversity to include African-born students who are rendered invisible by their skin color and continent of origin.. African Immigrants' Experiences in American Schools: Complicating the Race Discourse is aimed at filling the gap in the literature about African-born students in American schools. This book will not only assist teachers and administrators in understanding the nuanced cultural, sociological, and socio-cognitive differences between American-born and African-born students; it will also equip them with effective interpersonal teaching strategies adapted to the distinct needs of African-born students and others like them. The book explores in depth salient African-rooted factors that come into play in the social and academic integration of African immigrant students, such as gender, spirituality, colonization, religious affiliation, etc. The authors examine American-rooted factors that complicate the adaptation of these students in the US educational school system, such as institutional racism, Afrophobia, Islamophobia, cultural discontinuities, curricular mismatches, and western media mis-portrayals. They also proffer pedagogical tools and frameworks that may help minimize these deleterious factors.

A Guide to Uni Life - The One Stop Guide to What University is Really Like (Paperback, Revised Ed): Lucy Tobin A Guide to Uni Life - The One Stop Guide to What University is Really Like (Paperback, Revised Ed)
Lucy Tobin
R256 R197 Discovery Miles 1 970 Save R59 (23%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A Guide to Uni Life is an upbeat and engaging guide book to all aspects of university life. It covers everything from surviving freshers' week to studying for your finals and includes tips and advice on how to have fun and stay healthy throughout your university life. Lucy Tobin - a graduate herself - gives new or potential students a real insight into what uni life will be like and how to make it the best experience you can and achieve a brilliant degree as well. The author guides new students through the university experience in a friendly way without being condescending or pretending that all you are there for is to lock yourself in the library! Students can really get the best out of their time in higher education with this helpful and entertaining book. New to this edition is additional info on money management to reflect further changes in student fees, as well as further advice on eating right, mental health issues and using technology to help ace your work.

Highly Effective Teachers of Vulnerable Students - Practice Transcending Theory (Hardcover, New edition): Mary Poplin, Claudia... Highly Effective Teachers of Vulnerable Students - Practice Transcending Theory (Hardcover, New edition)
Mary Poplin, Claudia Bermudez
R1,803 Discovery Miles 18 030 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Highly Effective Teachers of Vulnerable Students contains the quintessential details of highly effective teachers working with students who live in poverty inside our public schools and community colleges. This book features the words and actions of the teachers that can inspire and direct any current or future teacher who wants to be great and be a part of inspiring young people to fulfill their potential. This is the grist we need to spark a reinvigorated critical national conversation about what it takes to really have highly effective teachers in low-income public schools and whether we have the moral courage to work as hard as they do to make educational equity a reality in our nation.

Creating Calm Classrooms - Teacher Behavior and Management Practices that Work (Paperback): Andrew Kulemeka Creating Calm Classrooms - Teacher Behavior and Management Practices that Work (Paperback)
Andrew Kulemeka
R485 Discovery Miles 4 850 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Creating Calm Classrooms presents easy-to-follow and guaranteed to succeed strategies, teacher behaviors and class management practices that the author successfully deployed to create oases of peace and tranquility in his classrooms in more than twenty years of teaching in urban schools. The methods contained in this book can enable any teacher, regardless of lack of experience, to create calm classroom environments in which teaching and learning flourish without the strenuous stresses of students' misbehavior. Unlike most books on classroom management, Creating Calm Classrooms is not espousing a narrow academic theory on classroom management arrived at through a narrowly focused study carried over a year or two. This book is a rich distillation of knowledge gathered, examined and refined in more than two decades of teaching. The teacher behaviors, management practices and students' reactions described here yielded classrooms for the author where he was always able to teach and the students were also always ready to learn. It is not an exaggeration that this is the kind of knowledge that every teacher in the USA should have before he or she steps into a classroom to teach.

Quiet Riot - The Culture of Teaching and Learning in Schools (Hardcover): Diane Hoffman Quiet Riot - The Culture of Teaching and Learning in Schools (Hardcover)
Diane Hoffman
R952 Discovery Miles 9 520 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Quiet Riot offers an anthropological critique of teaching and learning in two U.S. high schools over a twenty-seven year period. Based on the author's experiences shadowing two average students in 1983 and 2009, it presents detailed observations that powerfully capture the reality of student experiences in school. Despite many changes in schools over this near thirty year period, observations show a remarkable continuity in what goes on in classrooms. This is because the culture of teaching and learning in classrooms has remained relatively unchanged. While teachers are sincere, they also undermine their own efforts in a variety of ways. Students are disengaged not because they do not care, but because the instruction they receive systematically prevents them from engaging at a deep intellectual level with subject matter. Observations in high schools are supplemented with elementary school observations that demonstrate the early trajectories of disengagement that capture many students. The book illustrates the powerful patterning of the culture of teaching and learning in schooling that undermines the true goals of an authentic education.

Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective (Hardcover): Alfred Lewis, Natalia Stanusch Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective (Hardcover)
Alfred Lewis, Natalia Stanusch
R1,852 Discovery Miles 18 520 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective is authored by a range of international experts with a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives and provides a collection of ideas, examples and solutions on Humanistic Values in Academia, implementation and problems that occur in this area of consideration. This volume is a result of numerous discussions within the academic members to incorporate humanistic values like dignity, integrity, care, human rights etc. into our conduct composed of all the academic levels, beginning with students through staff, faculty and administration. Authors and contributors of this book assume the importance and crucial role of values in managing contemporary organizations emphasizing the fact that the oldest organizations managed by core values are not the globally known and acknowledged business corporation but the institutions like churches, armies and the universities. Numerous institutions of higher education are proud of their core values and present them to their employees, students, and stakeholders. The book is divided into four parts: I Introduction, II Humanistic values from academic perspective, III Humanistic values from student / faculty perspective and part IV Humanistic values from educational administrative perspective. We sincerely hope that the chapters presented in this volume will open new horizons for the understanding of humanistic values in academia and simultaneously it will provide inspiration and encouragement for further research in this area of study.

Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective (Paperback): Alfred Lewis, Natalia Stanusch Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective (Paperback)
Alfred Lewis, Natalia Stanusch
R1,029 Discovery Miles 10 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Humanistic Values from Academic Community Perspective is authored by a range of international experts with a diversity of backgrounds and perspectives and provides a collection of ideas, examples and solutions on Humanistic Values in Academia, implementation and problems that occur in this area of consideration. This volume is a result of numerous discussions within the academic members to incorporate humanistic values like dignity, integrity, care, human rights etc. into our conduct composed of all the academic levels, beginning with students through staff, faculty and administration. Authors and contributors of this book assume the importance and crucial role of values in managing contemporary organizations emphasizing the fact that the oldest organizations managed by core values are not the globally known and acknowledged business corporation but the institutions like churches, armies and the universities. Numerous institutions of higher education are proud of their core values and present them to their employees, students, and stakeholders. The book is divided into four parts: I Introduction, II Humanistic values from academic perspective, III Humanistic values from student / faculty perspective and part IV Humanistic values from educational administrative perspective. We sincerely hope that the chapters presented in this volume will open new horizons for the understanding of humanistic values in academia and simultaneously it will provide inspiration and encouragement for further research in this area of study.

Student Radicalism and the Formation of Postwar Japan (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019): Kenji Hasegawa Student Radicalism and the Formation of Postwar Japan (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019)
Kenji Hasegawa
R1,719 R1,437 Discovery Miles 14 370 Save R282 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book offers a timely and multifaceted reanalysis of student radicalism in postwar Japan. It considers how students actively engaged the early postwar debates over subjectivity, and how the emergence of a new generation of students in the mid-1950s influenced the nation's embrace of the idea that 'the postwar' had ended. Attentive to the shifting spatial and temporal boundaries of 'postwar Japan,' it elucidates previously neglected histories of student and zainichi Korean activism and their interactions with the Japanese Communist Party. This book is a key read for scholars in the field of Japanese history, social movements and postcolonial studies, as well as the history of student radicalism.

Campus Life - In Search of Community (Paperback, Expanded Edition): Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Campus Life - In Search of Community (Paperback, Expanded Edition)
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; Edited by Drew Moser, Todd C. Ream; Foreword by David Brooks; Contributions by Ernest Boyer
R601 R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Save R122 (20%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In 1990, under the direction of Ernest Boyer, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published a classic report on the loss of a meaningful basis for true community on college campuses-and in the nation. Now this expanded edition of Campus Life: In Search of Community reintroduces educational leaders to the Boyer report's proposals while offering up-to-date analysis and recommendations for Christian campuses today. Editors Drew Moser and Todd C. Ream have assembled pairs of academic and student-development leaders from top Christian colleges to offer a hopeful update on the practical contributions of Christian higher education to the practice of community. This volume includes new chapters, the long out-of-print Boyer report in its entirety, and a discussion guide to facilitate team conversations. Higher education now stands at a critical point, yet the contributors to this expanded edition of Campus Life see current challenges as an opportunity to revive Boyer's commitment to its formative power. Contributors include: Mark L. Sargent and Edee Schulze of Westmont College Randall Basinger and Kris Hansen-Kieffer of Messiah College Brad Lau and Linda Samek of George Fox University Stephen T. Beers and Edward Ericson III of John Brown University Paul O. Chelsen and Margaret Diddams of Wheaton College Doretha O'Quinn and Tim Young of Vanguard University Christian higher education now stands at a critical point, yet the contributors to this expanded edition of Campus Life see current challenges as an opportunity to revive Boyer's commitment to understanding the formative power of Christian higher education.

The Seven Steps to Help Boys Love School - Teaching to Their Passion for Less Frustration (Paperback): Linda Marie Gilliam The Seven Steps to Help Boys Love School - Teaching to Their Passion for Less Frustration (Paperback)
Linda Marie Gilliam
R845 Discovery Miles 8 450 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The 7 Steps to Help Boys Love School: Teaching to their Passion for Less Frustration is an easy to follow, humorous book with practical, researched strategies for ensuring boys success in school, home, and in their future pursuits. This book is built upon the 7 Es of Excellent Education with step-by-step exciting lessons for both struggling and bright boys. Girls love them too! More children are being misdiagnosed with ADHD, academics are required earlier in school, recess is being cut out, and many frustrated boys drop out by high school. This prevalent frustration can lead to a child's lack of self-confidence and self-worth, but worse yet, aggression. People are now realizing the increasing crisis facing us today with children slipping further and further behind other nations in Reading, Writing, Math, and Science. The many years of brain research proves over and over that boys and girls need different techniques in the classroom for their best learning environment. This book will guide teachers and parents in activities that are appropriate for boys to excel in learning.

A 360 Degree - Amplify the Cause and Effect (Paperback): Sudha Mahesh A 360 Degree - Amplify the Cause and Effect (Paperback)
Sudha Mahesh
R228 Discovery Miles 2 280 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Yoga Enrichment for Adolescent Healing - Curriculum Manual a User Guide for Educators (Paperback): Nicole Bevilacqua Yoga Enrichment for Adolescent Healing - Curriculum Manual a User Guide for Educators (Paperback)
Nicole Bevilacqua; Illustrated by Hernan Ulloa; Diana D Day
R596 Discovery Miles 5 960 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Sight - Unveiling Black Student Achievement and the Meaning of Hope (Paperback): Amanishakete Ani Sight - Unveiling Black Student Achievement and the Meaning of Hope (Paperback)
Amanishakete Ani; Foreword by Molefi Asante
R581 R462 Discovery Miles 4 620 Save R119 (20%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Revealing the methods successful black students employ to achieve greatness, this study gives positive perspectives from a markedly difficult environment. Many questions are explored, including How do black students become successful leaders if teachers have low expectations? When faced with a boring curriculum, what can be done to foster enthusiasm and interest in the subject matter? How can black students excel if lesson plans are not congruent with their learning style? If the school is headed by an ineffective principal, what can be done? and How can black students perform to their utmost in a demoralising school culture? The answers in this examination replace despondence with optimism and provide educators, parents, and students with strategies of hope.

The Global Student Experience - An International and Comparative Analysis (Paperback): Camille B. Kandiko, Mark Weyers The Global Student Experience - An International and Comparative Analysis (Paperback)
Camille B. Kandiko, Mark Weyers
R1,205 Discovery Miles 12 050 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

There are 100 million students in higher education throughout the world today. This collection provides some indication of what are they are learning and of their wider experiences. It also outlines the changing global context of provision for undergraduate students as countries and universities respond to what they anticipate will be new demands for virtual and more traditional learning in and across subjects of study. It brings together contributions from a range of authors to focus on common themes combined with descriptions of the student experience in national higher education systems. This affords insight into what students can expect from emerging patterns of provision worldwide. It also informs institutional decision makers as they attempt to meet changing international student demand within their own national circumstances of retrenchment or expansion in competition with private, public, and for-profit rivals at home and abroad.

The editors present this panorama of provision through a team of expert contributors who relate their experience and knowledge to shared global concerns. Thus, they combine the big picture of economic and political globalisation with examination of its various aspects, such as

  • cultural differences in learning,
  • distance provision
  • quality in the context of competition
  • the globally connected undergraduate curriculum
  • the predominance of business amongst other subjects of study, and
  • the assessment and employability of graduates.

At the same time, in an increasingly open market there are also restrictions upon student travel and residence in many polities, and increasingly variable fees for home and international students. These pan-global themes are combined with an overview of Western higher education, including the US, English and UK, and Australian systems of higher education contrasted with systems in different cultural contexts, such as the Middle East, Africa and South America, as well as the new giants China and India. "

Humanizing the Classroom - Using Role-Plays to Teach Social and Emotional Skills in Middle School and High School (Hardcover):... Humanizing the Classroom - Using Role-Plays to Teach Social and Emotional Skills in Middle School and High School (Hardcover)
Kristin Stuart Valdes
R1,109 Discovery Miles 11 090 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

There is a growing trend in education for educators to support students in the development of social and emotional skills. SEL mandates are now part of many state assessments and national initiatives, and there are countless curriculum from which principals and teachers may choose. However, many of these curricular materials fail to address the question of pedagogy, or what is the best method for teaching social and emotional skills? Humanizing the Classroom: Using Role Plays to Teach Social and Emotional Skills in Middle and High School answers this question by presenting the pedagogical basis for using role plays to teach social and emotional skills, creating a clear link between SEL and the need for culturally relevant teaching, and providing over 45 model lessons that can be delivered in middle and high school classrooms. A rich resource for principals, classroom teachers, and educational theater and drama teachers, addresses the how, why and what of teaching social and emotional skills in our diverse society.

The Stress-Free Guide to Studying at University (Hardcover, New): Gordon Rugg, Sue Gerrard, Susie Hooper The Stress-Free Guide to Studying at University (Hardcover, New)
Gordon Rugg, Sue Gerrard, Susie Hooper
R1,671 R1,480 Discovery Miles 14 800 Save R191 (11%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Providing a positive and supportive guide to understanding, preventing and managing the stress that can be associated with student life, this book is structured around the main stressors that are likely to be encountered as a student, such as the initial adjustment to university life, financial difficulties and the pressure of examinations. Throughout, the emphasis is on achieving well-being, by minimizing the disruption caused by stress and learning from difficult experiences. Three main strategies are investigated for handling stress: reducing the likelihood of encountering stressful situations learning how to handle stressful situations when they cannot be avoided moving on from stressful experiences and achieving positive well-being. This guide will be a great help to any student troubled by the pressures of university. The highly practical stragtegies provided here will help to ensure that the reader gets the most from their time as a student, without the interference of unnecessary stress. SAGE Study Skills are essential study guides for students of all levels. From how to write great essays and succeeding at university, to writing your undergraduate dissertation and doing postgraduate research, SAGE Study Skills help you get the best from your time at university. Visit the SAGE Study Skills hub for tips, resources and videos on study success!

The Stress-Free Guide to Studying at University (Paperback, New): Gordon Rugg, Sue Gerrard, Susie Hooper The Stress-Free Guide to Studying at University (Paperback, New)
Gordon Rugg, Sue Gerrard, Susie Hooper
R526 R497 Discovery Miles 4 970 Save R29 (6%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Providing a positive and supportive guide to understanding, preventing and managing the stress that can be associated with student life, this book is structured around the main stressors that are likely to be encountered as a student, such as the initial adjustment to university life, financial difficulties and the pressure of examinations. Throughout, the emphasis is on achieving well-being, by minimizing the disruption caused by stress and learning from difficult experiences. Three main strategies are investigated for handling stress: reducing the likelihood of encountering stressful situations learning how to handle stressful situations when they cannot be avoided moving on from stressful experiences and achieving positive well-being. This guide will be a great help to any student troubled by the pressures of university. The highly practical stragtegies provided here will help to ensure that the reader gets the most from their time as a student, without the interference of unnecessary stress. SAGE Study Skills are essential study guides for students of all levels. From how to write great essays and succeeding at university, to writing your undergraduate dissertation and doing postgraduate research, SAGE Study Skills help you get the best from your time at university. Visit the SAGE Study Skills hub for tips, resources and videos on study success!

The Black Campus Movement - Black Students and the Racial Reconstitution of Higher Education, 1965-1972 (Paperback): Ibram X.... The Black Campus Movement - Black Students and the Racial Reconstitution of Higher Education, 1965-1972 (Paperback)
Ibram X. Kendi
R1,354 R716 Discovery Miles 7 160 Save R638 (47%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Between 1965 and 1972, African American students at upwards of a thousand historically black and white American colleges and universities organized, demanded, and protested for Black Studies, Black Universities, new faces, new ideas--a relevant, diverse higher education. Black power inspired these black students, who were supported by white, Latino, Chicana, Asian American, and Native American students. The Black Campus Movement provides the first national illumination of this intense and challenging struggle that disrupted and refashioned institutions in almost every state. This monumental book also provides the complex context for this movement through a history of black higher education and black student activism before 1965. After forty years, Ibram H. Rogers finally tells the story of one of the most creative and transformative educational movements in American history.

My Best Toddler Activity Book - Fun with Letters and Numbers - Early Learning Practice Big Activity Workbook for Kids... My Best Toddler Activity Book - Fun with Letters and Numbers - Early Learning Practice Big Activity Workbook for Kids (Paperback)
Kidsakos Press
R141 Discovery Miles 1 410 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Assessment Education - Bridging Research, Theory, and Practice to Promote Equity and Student Learning (Paperback): Beth... Assessment Education - Bridging Research, Theory, and Practice to Promote Equity and Student Learning (Paperback)
Beth Tarasawa, Amelia Gotwals, Cara Jackson
R605 Discovery Miles 6 050 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Using assessment systems to improve student outcomes requires shared understanding and collaboration among education stakeholders at multiple levels. Assessment Education: Bridging Research, Theory, and Practice to Promote Equity and Student Learning presents a powerful call to action for an assessment system that advances equity and offers educators practical applications that promote sound instructional decision making. Each section outlines a research-based approach that supports classroom teaching and student learning. We then draw on the expertise of various education leaders (most notably members of the National Taskforce on Assessment Education) to provide case studies of on-the-ground examples of what these strategies look like in different settings. Every chapter includes stories from the field from various perspectives-teachers, principals, district administrators, and other educational leaders. We conclude with reflection questions that provide an opportunity for readers to examine how the chapter connects to their own context.

10 Wrong Reasons to Go to School - Why i Hate School but Love Education (Paperback): Joshua Amatare 10 Wrong Reasons to Go to School - Why i Hate School but Love Education (Paperback)
Joshua Amatare; Franck Mbedja
R289 Discovery Miles 2 890 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Power of Student Agency - Looking Beyond Grit to Close the Opportunity Gap (Hardcover): Anindya Kundu The Power of Student Agency - Looking Beyond Grit to Close the Opportunity Gap (Hardcover)
Anindya Kundu
R1,903 Discovery Miles 19 030 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

How can we promote the learning and well-being of all students, especially those who come from some of the most disadvantaged backgrounds? Anindya Kundu argues that we can fight against deeply rooted inequalities in the American educational system by harnessing student agency-each person's unique capacity for positive change. To make his case, Kundu draws powerful narratives from a population of individuals who beat the odds to become academically and professionally successful. These strivers have overcome challenges such as broken families, homelessness, unexpected pregnancies, forms of abuse, incarceration, and more, to make it in the world. But it wasn't simply individualism, tenacity, resilience, or grit that helped them. Rather, as Kundu illustrates, it was a combination of social and cultural supports that paved the path towards their dreams, harnessing the inherent power of their agency.Book Features: A counter-narrative to the popular misconception that all students need is "grit." A strengths-based approach to education that is sensitive to students' communities and cultures. Rich, first-person quotes from individuals who have overcome immense odds. Useful diagrams for educational stakeholders on the relationship between grit and agency. Descriptions of dense sociological concepts presented in plain terms. Inclusion of fundamental and new waves in psychology.

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