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The goal of this book is to provide teachers, early childhood professionals and others in education settings with accurate and timely information about a wide range of disabilities and special or additional needs which can exist in childhood.
Advancing Numeracy in Science makes the link between these two key curriculum areas explicit. It outlines basic numeracy principles as they apply to real scientific examples, assuming that students have little prior knowledge of them. The differentiated activities cover the four major areas of science with many relating to practical experimental work or real-world applications of scientific principles, clearly demonstrating why learning numeracy will help students in their everyday lives, as well as in their scientific studies.
Each book in this series has been designed to supplement the classroom programme with activities to follow up each key concept after it has been introduced. The learning is transparent, by showing where the student is at and what their next step in learning should be.
Building the foundation
How often do you find a resource that can meet the needs of all spellers, whether they are requiring high levels of support or vocabulary enrichment and extension?
Bring Spelling Alive is that rare resource able to cater to both these ends of the spectrum and the needs in between.
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Educational researchers, management think tanks, motivational gurus and happiness advisers regularly affirm the essence of what former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson once observed:
“The guts of teaching is simple – it is the relationship between a teacher and a group of kids.”
These books cover many aspects of relevant health education. They ground each topic in realistic scenarios that adolescents relate and respond to, and they offer thought-provoking activities from interviews and surveys to role plays, pamphlet design and planning and budgeting. Click on Choose an Option below to LOOK INSIDE.
This series offers a maths programme through to age 9 that can help students with dyscalculia because it is grounded in an understanding of their needs and best teaching practice with this group of children in particular.
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The English Language Essentials series offers a wide range of resources for ESOL teachers and teacher aides – it is especially helpful for teachers who are new to ESOL or don’t have time to plan a lesson. Teachers with English-speaking students who are less confident with English grammar will also find many of the activities helpful.