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Hopscotch 4 Interactive Whiteboard Software

Author : CENGAGE Learning
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Hopscotch is a six-level primary series that follows an accessible, traditional, easy-to-teach methodology with a speaking and listening focus in the early levels and reading and writing introduced explicitly from Level 3 onwards. Filled with engaging National Geographic photographs and content that captures the imagination of young learner, Hopscotch introduces language and skills through a fun and friendly cast of main characters - a boy, girl, crocodile, parrot and bear!

Remote Learning Strategies for Students with IEPs

Author : Kathryn A Welby
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This succinct guidebook provides educators with the essentials they need to navigate remote learning for students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Filled with practical tools and excerpts from teachers in the field, this book explores tips to share with parents, alongside synchronous and asynchronous strategies that can help make IEPs possible in a remote environment. Ideal for special educators, coaches, service providers, and leaders, this is the go-to resource for supporting IEPs outside the traditional classroom.

Behavioral and Cognitive Impairments Across the Life Span

Author : Beatrice Arosio
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Technology and the Gendering of Music Education

Author : Victoria Armstrong
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Critical of technologically determinist assumptions underpinning current educational policy, Victoria Armstrong argues that this growing technicism has grave implications for the music classroom where composition is often synonymous with the music technology suite. The use of computers and associated compositional software in music education is frequently decontextualized from cultural and social relationships, thereby ignoring the fact that new technologies are used and developed within existing social spaces that are always already delineated along gender lines. Armstrong suggests these gender-technology relations have a profound effect on the ways adolescents compose music as well as how gendered identities in the technologized music classroom are constructed. Drawing together perspectives from the sociology of science and technology studies (STS) and the sociology of music, Armstrong examines the gendered processes and practices that contribute to how students learn about technology, the repertoire of teacher and student talk, its effect on student confidence and the issue of male control of technological knowledge. Even though girls and female teachers have technological knowledge and skill, the continuing material and symbolic associations of technology with men and masculinity contribute to the perception of women as less able and less interested in all things technological. In light of the fact that music technology is now central to many music-making practices across all sectors of education from primary, secondary through to higher education, this book provides a timely critical analysis that powerfully demonstrates why the relationship between gender and music technology should remain an important empirical consideration.

The British National Bibliography

Author : Arthur James Wells
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Neue Blickwinkel

Author : Cynthia Chalupa
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Neue Blickwinkel is designed to help AP German students gain communicative competence, build vocabulary and explore historic and contemporary German culture and language. Content is structured around the six themes of the AP German Language and Culture course and focuses on authentic texts as well as new media - easy to navigate, theme-related and flexible. Excellent German language instruction, with a view toward both the rich history and exciting advances of today's German speaking cultures. Neue Blickwinkel: Wege zur Kommunikation und Kultur is a new textbook that offers an excellent foundation for AP exam preparation and the intermediate college German classroom. The Standards for Foreign Language Learning and the Modes of Communication serve as the foundation for this text, which guides the learner through authentic texts, real-life learning scenarios, and critical thinking tasks. It meets the needs of AP and college-level students as they progress through the curriculum and from one level to the next. The text's scaffolded design, which begins with more basic concepts, such as school and university life, and advances to more sophisticated topics, such as art and identity, provides the learner with a wide variety of historically and culturally relevant topics Its content is interdisciplinary in nature, and spans a wide variety of subject areas that address the interests of the student majoring or double majoring in German. Topics link to art, literature, technology, science, history, and political science. Its tasks, which are Standards-based, offer a variety of approaches for addressing the modes of communication and the learning styles of a diverse student audience. Comprehensible and accessible, the text helps steer intermediate students to the next proficiency level. Relevant yet fun exercises encourage students to increase their ability to communicate in German outside the classroom with confidence and competence. Designed with source material ranging from podcasts to poetry and film, Neue Blickwinkel immediately draws students' attention. The text emphasizes interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational tasks that are linked

Schreiben Lernen

Author : Pennylyn Dykstra-Pruim
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This text offers a unique approach to assisting German learners at various levels of proficiency in developing their writing skills in eight different genres. The guide includes information and activities for structuring sentences, paragraphs, and entire texts; building vocabulary; and raising awareness of cultural issues related to writing for specific audiences and purposes. By providing writing activities targeted at beginning, intermediate, and advanced learners, the guide will offer instructors a concrete means of unifying their German curricula across individual levels and courses. As a supplementary writing guide, Schreiben lernen fills a need that exists in German curricula at all levels.