"An intimate look at America's historically rooted struggle to adequately educate vulnerable children, and a call to action to those in positions of power who are able to open doors of opportunity. You wouldn't guess it by listening to our elected officials, but education is the civil rights issue of ...
Co-authored by Gen Z social media mavens Jasmine Shao of @studyquill and Alyssa Jagan of @craftyslimecreator, Study with Me presents practical strategies for studying smarter and staying focused and motivated drawn from bullet journaling, hand lettering, and organizational techniques.
Drawing and writing exercises, maps and Venn diagrams, match-ups and mazes, and other engaging activities explain photosynthesis, evaporation, erosion, tree rings, and more fascinating aspects of nature.
These classic poems will help introduce children to phonics and spelling concepts through rhyming words — each story promotes reading fluency as well. Also includes letter tracing, simple Sudoku problems, and other entertaining exercises.
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
In 1990 the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching published a classic report on the loss of a meaningful, stable basis for true community on college campuses--and in the nation. Now this expanded edition of Campus Life reintroduces educational leaders to the report's proposals while offering ...
Thirty safety pictures provide youngsters with hours of coloring fun while they're learning important "no-no's" — "Don't skate on thin ice," "Never talk to strangers," "Don't chase balls into the street," and more. Free Teacher's Manual available. Grades: Pre-K to K.
This new single-author collection features 45 primary school assemblies from the Revd Alan M. Barker. The content covers all major Christian festivals including assemblies for more difficult festivals to present to children such as Ascension Day.
Two things are urgently needed in the teaching profession today: an understanding of real children, not theoretical ones, and intelligent humour. The Bitter Root offers readers a beautifully concise and readable book, as well as a mixture of nonsense and wisdom, frivolity and sound sense. It is written ...
Helping students find the right course and uni for them, Choosing Your Degree Course includes advice from a leading careers advisor, covering what questions to ask the universities and key differences between courses.
Collins Citizenship and PSHE Teacher Guide C (previously from Folens) accompanies Big Book C: The Young Citizen. With clear teaching guidance, background information for each topic, ideas for introducing and developing each area, and photocopiable activity sheets, the Teacher Guide provides full support for planning, teaching and assessment.
Luc brings his cards to school to show to his friends. Sophie wants to join them, but Luc tells her to go away. She pushes the boys and they drop the cards. Will they be able to pick them all up before the end of break?
Luc is excited. His birthday is on Sunday. He checks on the calendar to find out how many days are left. Does Papa agree with him? Dimanche c'est mon anniversaire is one of the stories in Learn French with Luc et Sophie, a story-based scheme for teaching French in primary schools. Written entirely in ...
It's the end of break time. Luc wants to finish counting his cards. Daniel and Henri don't want to get in trouble, so they go inside. Luc has nearly finished counting up all the cards when who should come out but Monsieur Lebrun.