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Mira 1

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The UPSILONMira 1 Renewed Framework Edition Teacher's Guide has been updated for the Renewed Framework (2009), as well as covering the Programme of Study (2008).

Mira Express 1 Teacher s Guide Revised Edition

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The New Edition Teacher's Guide has been written for the revised Programme of Study (2008) and provides complete support including: * clear concise teaching notes including lessons starters, thinking skills and plenaries for every unit * full cross-referencing to the National Curriculum and the renewed Framework for Modern Foreign Languages * overview grids for each chapter highlighting grammar content and skill objectives * answers to all of the audio * audio scripts for all of the listening activities, including CD track numbers * guidance on using the course with the full ability range * suggestions for using ICT in the classroom. The accompanying CD-ROM contains a customisable Scheme of Work showing how the course covers the Framework for Modern Foreign Languages and the National Curriculum Programme of Study.

Mira 1 Pupil Book

Author : Anneli McLachlan
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Boosts your pupils' enthusiasm - fun features such as photo stories and songs capture and maintain your pupils' interest. Helps pupils become more independent language learners - regular language-learning tops help pupils to learn and recall new language, while each module provides an Estrategia to help pupils memorise vocabulary. Increases pupils' confidence in speaking Spanish - with confidence-boosting exercises and regular pronunciation tips to help pupils sound more Spanish! Gives pupils a solid understanding of grammar - with grammar boxes on every spread, plus a dedicated grammar section at the back of the book to help pupils understand how language works. Uses Assessment for Learning to maximise pupils' progression - as well as regular opportunities for peer-and self-assessment, pupils have clear goals and can check on progress regularly.

Mira Express 1 Pupil Book

Author : Anneli McLachlan
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More and more pupils are learning Spanish, starting in the second year of Secondary school (Year 8). This book is designed specifically for Year 8 starters.

Mira 2 Pupil Book

Author : Anneli McLachlan
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A 2nd book in a 3-year course for schools who are starting to learn Spanish in their 1st year of Secondary school. It covers the Year 8 objectives of the Framework for Modern Foreign Languages. It aims to build pupils' confidence through activities at the right level. It maximises success through grammatical progression and language-learning tips.

Resources in Education

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Handbook of Early Childhood Teacher Education

Author : Leslie J. Couse
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This handbook synthesizes both contemporary research and best practices in early childhood teacher education, a unique segment of teacher education defined by its focus on child development, the role of the family, and support for all learners. The first volume of its kind, the Handbook of Early Childhood Teacher Education provides comprehensive coverage on key topics in the field, including the history of early childhood teacher education programs, models for preparing early childhood educators, pedagogical approaches to supporting diverse learners, and contemporary influences on this quickly expanding area of study. Appropriate for early childhood teacher educators as well as both pre- and in-service teachers working with children from birth through 8, this handbook articulates the unique features of early childhood teacher education, highlighting the strengths and limitations of current practice as based in empirical research. It concludes by charting future directions for research with an aim to improve the preparation of early childhood educators.

The Museum Manager s Compendium

Author : John W. Jacobsen
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The Museum Manager’s Compendium: 101 Essential Tools and Resources helps you make and implement your decisions as a museum manager and strategic planner. This book’s 101 sections present a treasure trove of definitions, diagrams, processes, choices, and worksheets, in major areas of museum management. Collectively, they reflect the literature and contributions of some of the field’s best thinkers. The resources distill half a century of museum experience over hundreds of projects done by scores of talents and experts internationally for all types of museums. The Museum Manager’s Compendium can be used as: A frequent reference book to consult when facing decisions or planning for the future A source of examples and templates of common museum reports A source of answers and options for strategic planning questions A crib book to extract text when drafting internal proposals and plans A primer when welcoming new partners and Board members A quick study and refresher of key aspects of museum practice An orientation to new staff A glossary for building shared definition among team members The Museum Manager’s Compendium is for museum professionals—leaders, managers, coordinators, professional counsel, contractors, evaluators, supporters, and policy makers— to use often. It is a must-own reference book for every museum professional responsible for decisions and implementation.

Research in Education

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Social Science Learning in Schools

Author : Poonam Batra
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Social Science Learning in Schools: Perspective and Challenges locates the teaching and learning of social science within the larger perspective and aims of education. It emphasizes the need to take the teaching of social science beyond the confines of contemporary ideological debates, into the realm of pedagogical theory. It presents critical perspectives on curriculum design, textbook development and social science pedagogy. Discussions on pedagogy are situated in analyses of Eklayva's social science textbooks which were in use for over 15 years in government schools in Madhya Pradesh. The book explores the integral role of the teacher, importance of textbooks, and methods of social science enquiry in school teaching-learning. It interrogates integrated approaches to social science education, and notions of nationalism and identity. The book will serve as a seminal social science text for Indian elementary teacher education programmes. University departments of education, research institutions, NGOs and development organisations working in education, literacy and child development will find it an invaluable elementary education resource.

ENC Focus

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Agency Through Teacher Education

Author : Ryan Flessner
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Agency through Teacher Education: Reflection, Community, and Learning addresses the ways that agency functions for those involved in twenty-first-century teacher education. This book, commissioned by the Association of Teacher Educators, relies on the voices of teacher education candidates, in-service teachers, school leaders, and university-based educators to illustrate what agency looks like, sounds like, and feels like for people trying to act as agents of change. These examples take the form of narratives, theoretical explorations, formal research studies, and reflective essays. Agency through Teacher Education does not seek to establish one definition for agency, but rather to conceptualize it from three perspectives: reflective practice, community engagement/activism, and organizational learning. The book seeks to explore ways stakeholders in- and outside the classroom become agents of change, as well as the traditional and non-traditional roles played out in teacher education programs across the United States.

The Active Teacher

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Master proactive teaching skills that motivate students to learn! Written by a nationally known teacher coach, this thought-provoking book helps educators bring their teaching skills to a new level of excellence and build a partnership with their students. With a focus on the “three Rs”—routines, rules, and relationships—the author helps readers: Create and sustain a classroom community that promotes respect and achievement Fully involve students in learning while addressing a wide range of cognitive styles Strengthen collaboration with students, colleagues, and parents Use feedback and assessment to develop professionally and improve students’ academic performance

The Handbook of Technology and Second Language Teaching and Learning

Author : Carol A. Chapelle
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The Handbook of Technology and Second Language Teaching and Learning presents a comprehensive exploration of the impact of technology on the field of second language learning. The rapidly evolving language-technology interface has propelled dramatic changes in, and increased opportunities for, second language teaching and learning. Its influence has been felt no less keenly in the approaches and methods of assessing learners' language and researching language teaching and learning. Contributions from a team of international scholars make up the Handbook consisting of four parts: language teaching and learning through technology; the technology-pedagogy interface; technology for L2 assessment; and research and development of technology for language learning. It considers how technology assists in all areas of language development, the emergence of pedagogy at the intersection of language and technology, technology in language assessment, and major research issues in research and development of technologies for language learning. It covers all aspects of language including grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing, listening, speaking, pragmatics, and intercultural learning, as well as new pedagogical and assessment approaches, and new ways of conceiving and conducting research and development. The Handbook of Technology and Second Language Teaching and Learning demonstrates the extensive, multifaceted implications of technology for language teachers, learners, materials-developers, and researchers.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
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Handbook of Research on Inequities in Online Education During Global Crises

Author : Kyei-Blankson, Lydia
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In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many educational institutions implemented social distancing interventions such as initiating closure, developing plans for employees to work remotely, and transitioning teaching and learning from face-to-face classrooms to online environments. The abrupt switch to online teaching and learning, for the most part, has been a massive change for administration, faculty, and students at traditional brick-and-mortar universities and colleges as concerns regarding the pedagogical soundness of this mode of delivery remain among some stakeholders. Not only that, but the switch has also revealed the inequities in the system when it comes to the types of students universities serve. It is important as institutions move forward with online instruction that consideration be made about all students and what policies and strategies need to be put into place to help support and meet the needs of all constituents now or when unprecedented situations arise. The only way this can be done is by documenting the experiences through the eyes of faculty who were at the frontline of providing instruction and advising services to students. The Handbook of Research on Inequities in Online Education During Global Crises brings to light the struggles faculty and students faced as they were required to switch to online education during the global COVID-19 health crisis. This crisis has revealed inequities in the educational system as well as the specific effects of inequities when it comes to learning online, and the chapters in this book provide information to help institutions be better prepared for online education or remote learning in the future. While highlighting topics such as new educational trends, remote instruction, diversity in education, and teaching and learning in a pandemic, this book is ideal for in-service and preservice teachers, administrators, teacher educators, practitioners, stakeholders, researchers, academicians, and students interested in the inequalities within the educational systems and the new policies and strategies put in place with online education to combat these issues and support the needs of all diverse student populations.

The Data Coach s Guide to Improving Learning for All Students

Author : Nancy Love
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The authors illustrate how to use data as a catalyst for significant, systematic, and continuous improvement in instruction and learning. Includes a CD-ROM with slides and reproducibles.

The Manual of Museum Learning

Author : Barry Lord
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Museum learning is a vital component of the lifelong learning process that increasingly shapes the development of twenty-first century individuals. In The Manual of Museum Learning, seasoned museum professionals offer practical advice for creating successful learning experiences in museums and related institutions, including galleries, zoos, and botanic gardens, that can attract and intrigue diverse audiences. Based on an understanding of museum learning as an experience that occurs within a personal, social, and physical context, it explores why, for whom, and how these contexts can be orchestrated in museum galleries with optimal results.

The School Counselor s Guide to Special Education

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This hands-on guide clarifies the school counselor's role in special education and answers questions about meeting the academic, social, and career needs of students with disabilities.

Guide to Nonsexist Teaching Activities K 12

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Designed to offset the effect of sexually biased texts and materials, this annotated bibliography lists available nonsexist instructional resource material for students in kindergarten through twelfth grades. The majority of items focus on activities teachers can use in classroom settings. The guide is organized into the following eight subject areas: general awareness, counseling and career guidance, fine arts, health and physical education, language arts, math and science, social studies, and sex equity organizations. Materials listed include lesson plans, course outlines, supplementary texts, periodicals, games, photographs, multimedia programs, audiovisual materials, and bibliographies. Six appendices respectively detail subject definitions, offer footnote sources, explain how to obtain the materials listed, describe a model for developing nonsexist lesson plans, give an example of a lesson planning activity sheet, and offer guidelines for developing nonbiased materials. (BJD)