The highly popular and innovative Essential Planner has been written for Australian primary teachers. Packed with over 250 pages including a spacious weekly planning diary, monthly and yearly overviews, 100+ pages of practical teaching ideas, weekly tips using SOLO Taxonomy for the classroom plus many handy templates for professional practice. Be organised and order your copy today!
Written by teachers who specialise in using technology in the classroom, Digital Technologies in the Classroom sets out engaging lessons with learning outcomes to build a strong foundation in digital technologies with a mix of both “plugged” and “unplugged” activities. It’s suitable for classroom teachers and specialist teachers with minimal experience in the subject.
Story Seekers is designed to lift reluctant readers’ literacy skills through easy-reading, high-interest texts and engage learners with a background other than English. Written at an approximately 7-year-old reading level, the books have a strong appeal to 10- to 12-year old readers. The Activity Book offers teaching ideas and cross-curricular activities. Contact us to access this great discount deal.
SOLO Taxonomy allows teachers and students to develop a common language for learning. For students it also offers a means of confidently assessing their own and peers’ progress and identifying the next steps in their own learning; and for teachers it provides support in differentiating questioning, resources and planning in the short and medium term. Check out our latest title, Using SOLO Taxonomy in Student Inquiry.
It’s an exciting goal to combine flexible learning spaces with self-directed learning, use of digital technology and collaborative teaching and learning – and it requires a reimagining of curriculum delivery. With Digital Fluency – Innovative Learning you can open the layers of learning and look at fresh and fabulous strategies and ideas to enrich the lives of both students and teachers.
Applying mathematical knowledge to everyday situations and identifying the process needed to solve a given problem are skills that must be consolidated and refined through ongoing practice. Solving Real-world Maths Problems has been specifically designed to put those skills to work in a variety of ways across a wide range of experiences. Check out the two new books in the series.
As students work through the units in this Thinking About Me and Us series they develop and strengthen key higher order processes, especially creative, reflective and critical thinking. The inquiry-based, independent activities prompt them to explore a range of issues concerning their personal identity, goals and direction, and how they can relate to others in healthy, positive ways.