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2018 Education

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2018 CATALOGUE

EDUCATION

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CONTENTS

1 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
8 HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION
16 SPECIAL EDUCATION
22 TEACHING SKILLS
36 TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION
41 TEACHING OF SPECIFIC SUBJECTS
45 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING
47 LITERACY
51 MATHEMATICS
56 SCIENCE
58 WRITING SKILLS
62 EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
64 CARE & COUNSELLING
68 ORGANISATION & MANAGEMENT
OF EDUCATION
78 EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 1

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION HIGHLIGHT

HIGHLIGHT WHEN PRE-K
COMES
SPOTLIGHT ON TO SCHOOL
YOUNG
CHILDREN Policy,
Partnerships, and
Social and the Early Childhood
Emotional Education
Development Workforce
Edited by Bethany Wilinski
Rossella Procopio
Oct 2017 160pp
Dec 2017 116pp 9780807758236 Paperback
9781938113314 Paperback £33.95 / €38.00
£21.95 / €24.00 Early Childhood
Make the most of the Education Series
opportunities embedded Traces what happens - for institutions and teachers
in your classroom practices, routines, and lessons to help - when a school district and community ECE
children from birth through third grade develop the centres partner to provide public pre-K. The author
social and emotional skills essential to their future well- examines policy implementation across diverse sites,
being and success. This collection covers a wide range and demonstrates how pre-K partnerships create
of critical topics, from understanding diverse cultural opportunities but also considerable constraints for the
practices to addressing bullying behaviours. institutions and teachers involved.
National Association for the Education of Teachers College Press
Young Children
Brookes Publishing Co.

HIGHLIGHT EARLY SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
HIGH-QUALITY
EARLY Your Guide to Promoting Children’s
CHILDHOOD Positive Behavior
PROGRAMS Nicole Megan Edwards

The What, Why, Jun 2018 192pp
and How
Laura Colker & 9781681251929 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
Derry Koralek
Equips early childhood educators and service providers
Jan 2018 160pp with the tools to support emerging social-emotional
9781605545776 Paperback development and positive behaviour in the first five years of
£33.95 / €38.00 life. Guiding principles and specific, research-based strategies
for supporting children’s success are presented, with
Gives staff feedback numerous specific examples of how to foster healthy social-
that positively alters emotional development and adaptive behaviour.
their practice. It is equally useful in helping teachers, or
caregivers, take a thoughtful look at their own practices.
This book’s detailed descriptions of what one should
see in high quality programs (and why) gives readers a
strong foundation of child development knowledge and
of principles translated into practice.

Redleaf Press

2 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

MEANINGFUL DIFFERENCES IN THE Harvard Education Press
EVERYDAY EXPERIENCE OF YOUNG
AMERICAN CHILDREN INSIDE PREK CLASSROOMS

Second Edition A School Leader’s Guide to
Betty Hart & Todd Risley Effective Instruction
Foreword by Melissa Behm Judith A. Schickedanz & Catherine Marchant

Mar 2018 316pp Feb 2018 248pp
9781681252599 Hardback £35.95 / €40.00 9781682531273 Paperback £32.95 / €37.00
9781682531280 Hardback £63.95 / €71.00
More widely cited than ever before, this book presents
findings on the disparities in daily interactions between Provides school leaders with much needed guidance and
parents and children of different socio-economic knowledge to ensure quality instruction for their youngest
backgrounds and the effect of these disparities on children’s students. Based on their extensive experience working with
vocabulary and later intellect. children and educators, the authors bring readers inside real
classrooms, where teachers are grappling with the “big ideas”
TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR that lie at the core of quality preK instruction.
EFFECTIVELY ENGAGING DUAL
LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN VISUAL THINKING STRATEGIES
EARLY CHILDHOOD FOR PRESCHOOL

Shauna L. Tominey & Elisabeth C. O’Bryon Using Art to Enhance Literacy and
Dec 2017 216pp Social Skills
9781681250434 Paperback £38.50 / €43.00 Philip Yenawine

Shows teachers how to develop a toolbox of strategies Mar 2018 184pp
for effectively teaching and engaging dual language 9781682531570 Paperback £29.95 / €34.00
learners while also supporting their families from diverse 9781682531587 Hardback £57.95 / €64.00
backgrounds. The book is organised by outlining and
describing 45 teaching tips that educators can use to Shows how teachers can add visual thinking strategies (VTS)
implement best practices for effectively supporting dual to their existing curriculum to encourage language, critical
language learners in their classroom. thinking, and social skills for children ages three to five. In
this sequel to his popular book, Visual Thinking Strategies,
CAST Professional Publishing author Philip Yenawine describes using art and other visual
experiences to create engaging and powerful learner-centred
LET THEM THRIVE environments for young children just beginning their formal
school experience.
A Playbook for Helping
Your Child Succeed in IGI Global
School and in Life
Katie Novak K-12 STEM EDUCATION

Nov 2017 170pp Breakthroughs in Research and Practice
9781930583160 Paperback Edited by Information Resources Management
£14.50 / €16.00 Association

Provides parents with a Oct 2017 800pp, 2 Volumes
practical understanding of how 9781522538325 Hardback £398.00 / €441.00
education works - and how
it can work better - for their Presents the latest trends, techniques, technological tools,
children. In this highly readable and scholarly perspectives on STEM education in K-12
book (with unique cartoon illustrations), bestselling author, learning environments. Including a range of pertinent topics
educator, and parent Katie Novak introduces the research- such as instructional design, online learning, and educational
based framework Universal Design for Learning. technologies, this book is an ideal reference source for
teachers, teacher educators, professionals, students,
researchers, and practitioners.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3

MANAGING SELF-DIRECTED International Society for Technology in Education
LEARNING IN PRIMARY
SCHOOL EDUCATION NURTURING YOUNG INNOVATORS

Emerging Research and Opportunities Cultivating Creativity in the Classroom,
Penny Van Deur Home and Community
Laura McLaughlin Taddei & Stephanie Smith Budhai
Jul 2017 126pp
9781522526131 Hardback £116.00 / €129.00 Sep 2017 185pp
Advances in Early Childhood and K-12 Education 9781564843906 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
Explores how to engage families and communities in
An essential reference source on the examination, role, activities that create environments where creativity,
and function of independent learning at the elementary innovation and collaboration are fostered and valued, and
level. Featuring extensive coverage on a relevant range where technology is used to redefine learning and promote
of topics and perspectives such as learning assessment, responsible risk-taking.
constructivism, and student factors, this publication is ideal
for researchers and educators seeking the latest research on National Association for the Education of
student learning and instructional design. Young Children

A SIMPLEX APPROACH TO ETHICS AND THE EARLY
LEARNING, COGNITION, AND CHILDHOOD EDUCATOR
SPATIAL NAVIGATION
Using the NAEYC Code, Third Edition
Emerging Research and Opportunities Stephanie Feeney & Nancy K. Freeman
Pio Alfredo Di Tore
Feb 2018 160pp
Sep 2017 88pp 9781938113338 Paperback £26.50 / €30.00
9781522524557 Hardback £111.00 / €124.00 This updated third edition of the bestselling Ethics and the
Advances in Educational Technologies and Early Childhood Educator seeks to inform and guide those
Instructional Design who work with children and families through the tough
decisions they must confront. Feeney and Freeman provide
An innovative source of scholarly material that presents new, well-chosen examples and questions that not only
a unique perspective on the convergence of game-based clarify key points about ethical conduct and decision-making
learning, empathy, cognition, and spatial understanding. but also stimulate reflection and discussion on critical issues
Including a range of pertinent topics such as gender confronting early childhood educators.
considerations, space representation, and user interfaces,
this book is an ideal reference publication for academics, SPOTLIGHT ON YOUNG CHILDREN
researchers, students, and educators.
Social and Emotional Development
TEACHING COMPUTATIONAL Edited by Rossella Procopio
THINKING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION
Dec 2017 116pp
Edited by Huseyin Ozcinar, Gary Wong & H. Tugba Ozturk 9781938113314 Paperback £21.95 / €24.00
Oct 2017 356pp For more details see page 1.
9781522532002 Hardback £201.00 / €223.00
Advances in Early Childhood and K-12 Education

Examines the impact that instructing with a computational
focus can have on future learners. Highlighting relevant
topics that include multifaceted skillsets, coding,
programming methods, and digital games, this scholarly
publication is ideal for educators, academics, students, and
researchers who are interested in discovering how the future
of education is being shaped.

4 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Redleaf Press EMERGENT CURRICULUM IN EARLY
CHILDHOOD SETTINGS
ANTI-BIAS ACTIVITIES FOR THE
PRESCHOOL CLASSROOM From Theory to Practice, Second Edition
Susan Stacey
YMCA Minneapolis Early Childhood
Education Department Feb 2018 224pp
Jul 2018 224pp 9781605545837 Paperback £33.95 / €38.00
9781605545707 Paperback £27.95 / €31.00
Explores the components of emergent curriculum and
Activities developed by the successful YWCA Minneapolis how its practices can improve the educational culture of
Early Childhood Education program. All anti-bias, play- early childhood programs. This updated edition includes
based activities will be organized by theme, support at least new information on exploration of inquiry-based practice,
one of the six early learn domains, and include an anti-bias re-examination of circle time and scripts for routines,
conversation guide; supplying the teacher with open-ended and expansion of invitations, including invitations
questions to ask of the children in three categories: Self, for children learning a second language, new photos
Family, Neighbourhood/Community. and documentation.

ANTI-BIAS CURRICULUM FOR THE A FIGHTING
PRESCHOOL CLASSROOM CHANCE

YWCA Minneapolis Early Childhood Supporting Young
Education Department Children Experiencing
Jun 2018 160pp Disruptive Change
9781605545684 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00 Jane Humphries & Kari Rains

YWCA Minneapolis Early Childhood Education program’s Aug 2017 184pp
anti-biased and play-based curriculum uses practical and 9781605545066 Paperback
real-life experiences to support teacher learning and practice. £30.95 / €35.00
With thrilling success in 2016, 94% of infants through
pre-schoolers enrolled in this program were on track with Learn to embrace disruptive
age-appropriate development. change, address it with
professionalism, and utilize
BEHAVIORAL CHALLENGES IN EARLY proven strategies to affect the
CHILDHOOD SETTINGS direction of these children’s lives in a positive way and give
them a fighting chance to succeed.
Connie Jo Smith
Sep 2017 80pp FIVE ELEMENTS OF COLLECTIVE
9781605545240 Paperback £16.50 / €19.00 LEADERSHIP FOR EARLY
CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONALS
This Redleaf Quick Guide is filled with information on how to
respond to an array of 12 common behavioural challenges, Cassandra O’Neill & Monica Brinkerhoff
including aggression, defiance, and separation anxiety, and Dec 2017 160pp
offers prevention tips and developmental information that 9781605545462 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
may affect young children’s behaviour.
Current research shows that a collective approach to
BUILDING STRUCTURES WITH leadership is advantageous to organisations and this book
YOUNG CHILDREN will help early childhood leaders incorporate collective
leadership into their programs.
Complete Set with VHS
Ingrid Chalufour, Karen Worth & GUIDANCE FOR EVERY CHILD
Education Development Center Inc.
Teaching Young Children to Manage Conflict
Dec 2017 277pp Daniel Gartrell
9781929610617 Paperback + Video £52.50 / €59.00
Aug 2017 192pp
From playground equipment to skyscrapers, structures are 9781605545370 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
everywhere. The second topic in the Young Scientist series,
Building Structures with Young Children guides children’s Tying together the theory and practice of child guidance and
explorations to help deepen their understanding of the behaviour in accessible ways, this book provides educators
physical science of building block structures - including actionable and developmentally appropriate practices to
concepts such as gravity, stability, and balance. teach children healthy emotional and social development.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 5

HIGH-QUALITY EARLY MORE THAN MAGNETS,
CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS STANDARDS EDITION

The What, Why, and How Science Activities for Preschool
Derry Koralek & Laura Colker and Kindergarten
Sally Moomaw & Brenda Hieronymus
Jan 2018 160pp
9781605545776 Paperback £33.95 / €38.00 Aug 2017 368pp
9781605545165 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00
For more details see page 1.
Take the uncertainty out of teaching science to young
INFANT-TODDLER children with this comprehensive curriculum framework
SOCIAL STUDIES that aligns with early learning standards. Enjoy over 100
interactive activities guaranteed to encourage children to
Activities to Develop a explore the wonders of their world.
Sense of Self
Carla B. Goble RECIPES FOR MESSY PLAY

Dec 2017 176pp 40 Fun Sensory Experiences for
9781605545608 Paperback Young Learners
£25.95 / €29.00 Cathy Sheppard

As infants become toddlers, Sep 2017 44pp
their expanding sense of self, 9780908609659 Spiral bound £18.50 / €21.00
growing motor, language,
and cognitive skills provide Messy play is one of the great joys of early childhood.
opportunities for learning This book uses 40 fun, open-ended, and creative
more about the world around them. This book is a recipes for children to build literacy, numeracy, and
valuable resource for understanding and facilitating young social-emotional skills.
children’s development of healthy sense of self, positive
cultural identity, effective social relationships, and feelings ROBOTICS FOR
of connectedness. YOUNG CHILDREN

INSPIRING WONDER, AWE, STEM Activities and
AND EMPATHY Simple Coding
Ann Gadzikowski
Spiritual Development in Young Children
Deborah Schein Dec 2017 184pp
9781605545448 Paperback
Oct 2017 200pp £35.95 / €40.00
9781605544847 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
Many early childhood
Offers a series of best practices for child care providers so professionals are unfamiliar
they’re able to nurture a child’s spiritual development with computer science,
without religion or God. It helps educators and parents robotics, and engineering
support and strengthen children’s self-awareness through concepts. This user-friendly
deep connections, and increased social awareness. and accessible book gives teachers great ideas for engaging
young children with 100 exciting, hands-on computer
LEARNING TOGETHER WITH science and engineering activities.
YOUNG CHILDREN
SAVING PLAY
A Curriculum Framework for Reflective
Teachers, Second Edition Addressing Standards through Play-Based
Margie Carter & Deb Curtis Learning in Preschool and Kindergarten
Gaye Gronlund & Thomas Rendon
Jun 2017 304pp
9781605545226 Paperback £46.50 / €52.00 Jul 2017 288pp
9781605545301 Paperback £35.95 / €40.00
Offering an alternative approach to standardization and
data-driven mandates, this book puts children at the centre Take an active role in child-directed play to guide learning.
of planning. Using The Thinking Lens® protocol teachers can Become a strong advocate for saving play in early childhood
translate educational theories into concrete ideas for working education by learning how it addresses the seven domains
with children and families. and Common Core Standards. Restore play to its proper role
as both fun and educational.

6 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

TEACHING STEM LITERACY Teachers College Press

A Constructivist Approach for Ages 3 to 8 LEADING FOR CHANGE IN EARLY CARE
Juliana Texley & Ruth M. Ruud AND EDUCATION

Oct 2017 200pp Cultivating Leadership from Within
9781605545622 Paperback £41.50 / €46.00 Anne L. Douglass

Offers a collection of ready-made, open-ended lesson Oct 2017 144pp
plans reviewed and tested by teachers, that help educators 9780807758359 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
integrate STEM learning into the early childhood classroom. 9780807758366 Hardback £66.95 / €75.00
The lessons are written in the 5 E’s format, and are linked Early Childhood Education Series
to the Next Generation Science Standards. They encourage
young children to explore STEM connections and link to Featuring both research findings and practical
children’s books about STEM topics. recommendations, this book presents an innovative framework
for nurturing leadership in the care and education of young
A TO Z READY FOR K children. Douglass calls for a paradigm shift in thinking that
challenges many long-held stereotypes about the early care and
A Complete 35-Week Preschool Curriculum education workforce’s capacity to lead change.
Sharon Ehrhardt
WHEN PRE-K COMES TO SCHOOL
Dec 2017 256pp
9781605545417 Paperback £46.50 / €52.00 Policy, Partnerships, and the Early Childhood
Education Workforce
Each chapter begins with ideas for dramatic play, activities/ Bethany Wilinski
songs/poems, and books to read aloud, plans for Circle
Time, Table Work, and Free Choice Play, and ends with Oct 2017 160pp
an empty lesson plan template. The weekly topics are 9780807758236 Paperback £33.95 / €38.00
linked to early childhood standards, and includes ideas for Early Childhood Education Series
classroom setup, a sample daily schedule, and a CD full of
reproducible material. For more details see page 1.

TWELVE ESSENTIAL TOPICS IN THE YOUNG ARTIST AS SCIENTIST
EARLY CHILDHOOD
What Can Leonardo Teach Us?
A Year of Professional Development for Mary Jo Pollman
Staff Meetings
Nancy P. Alexander Sep 2017 208pp
9780807757956 Paperback £33.95 / €38.00
Feb 2018 200pp
9781605545523 Paperback + CD-ROM Provides the first in-depth look at the important connections
£51.50 / €57.00 between the arts and science specifically for early childhood
education (pre-K-3rd grade). Highlighting their many
A tool for program administrators to prepare successful commonalities such as the processes involved in creative
professional development experiences for their staff during problem solving, the author draws on what we can learn
monthly meetings. The book includes an agenda and outline from Leonardo da Vinci as the supreme artist-scientist.
for each topic along with a materials list, handouts, and
instructions for activities. Also included is a CD-ROM with
twelve PowerPoint presentations and reproducibles for
each topic.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 7

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE
BESTSELLERS PRACTICE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD
PROGRAMS SERVING CHILDREN
ACER Press FROM BIRTH THROUGH AGE 8

PLAY MATTERS Third Edition
Edited by Carol Copple & Sue Bredekamp
Investigative and Exploratory Learning for
Preschool to Grade 2, Second Edition 2010 368pp
Kathy Walker 9781928896647 Paperback £42.50 / €47.00

2011 160pp Based on what the research says about development,
9781742860060 Paperback £51.50 / €57.00 learning, and effective practices, as well as what experience
Provides information, examples and practical strategies tells us about teaching intentionally, Developmentally
for classroom teachers wishing to explore and implement Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs articulates the
the Developmental Curriculum (play and project based principles that should guide our decision making.
curriculum) into the learning environment.
Teachers College Press
Brookes Publishing Co.
INFANT / TODDLER ENVIRONMENT
THE EARLY CHILDHOOD RATING SCALE
COACHING HANDBOOK
Revised Edition
Dathan D. Rush & M’Lisa L. Shelden Thelma Harms, Debby Cryer & Richard M. Clifford
2011 240pp
9781598570670 Paperback £41.50 / €46.00 2006 80pp
Evidence-based and highly effective, coaching helps early 9780807746400 Spiral bound £24.95 / €28.00
childhood practitioners support other professionals and
families as they enhance existing knowledge, develop new Designed for use in centre-based child care programs
skills, and promote healthy development of young children. for infants and toddlers up to 30 months of age, the
This hands-on guide shows professionals how to conduct ITERS-R can be used by program directors for supervision
skilful coaching in any setting – home, school, or community. and program improvement, by teaching staff for self-
assessment, by agency staff for monitoring, and in teacher
National Association for the Education of training programs.
Young Children
WHAT LEARNING LOOKS LIKE
ANTI-BIAS EDUCATION FOR YOUNG
CHILDREN AND OURSELVES Mediated Learning in Theory
and Practice, K-6
Second Edition Reuven Feuerstein & Ann Lewin-Benham
Louise Derman-Sparks & Julie Olsen Edwards
2012 240pp
2010 184pp, 33 illustrations 9780807753262 Paperback £39.50 / €44.00
9781928896678 Paperback £32.95 / €37.00
Become a skilled anti-bias teacher with this volume’s Through numerous examples and scenarios from classrooms
practical guidance to confronting and eliminating barriers of and museums, they show how mediated learning helps
prejudice, misinformation, and bias about specific aspects children to become more effective learners.
of personal and social identity; most importantly, find tips
for helping staff and children respect each other, themselves,
and all people.

8 HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION

HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION Brookings Institution Press

HIGHLIGHT DEGREES OF DEBT

A GOOD JOB The Impoverishment of the
American Student
Campus James V. Koch
Employment as a
High-Impact Apr 2018 266pp
Practice 9780815732617 Hardback £18.95 / €22.00
George S. McClellan, Higher education funding and tuition and fee inflation
Kristina L. Creager & are complicated matters that very few people understand
Marianna Savoca well. Degrees of Debt clarifies the central issues and provides
plentiful data to support its key points. It is a must-read
Mar 2018 272pp for anyone who believes that maintaining access to and
9781620364727 Paperback the affordability of public colleges are vitally important to
£36.50 / €40.00 society’s future.
9781620364710 Hardback
£97.95 / €109.00 Campus Compact
It is the distinction between work for remuneration and
work for personal development which shapes much ASSESSING SERVICE-LEARNING AND
of the discussion of student employment throughout CIVIC ENGAGEMENT
A Good Job. This book makes the case for campus
employment as a high-impact practice in higher Principles and Techniques, Second Edition
education and provides models for institutional efforts Sherril B. Gelman, Barbara A. Holland & Amy Spring
to implement new student employment strategies.
Stylus Publishing Jul 2018 500pp
9781945459108 Paperback £51.50 / €57.00
The University of Arkansas Press 9781945459092 Hardback £97.95 / €109.00
Offers an overview of the issues related to assessment in
ROADS LESS TRAVELED AND OTHER higher education, with specific application for understanding
PERSPECTIVES ON NATIONALLY the impact of service-learning and civic engagement
COMPETITIVE SCHOLARSHIPS initiatives. This revised edition includes an additional chapter
that explores recent changes in the assessment landscape
Suzanne McCray and offers resources for designing assessment strategies for
Aug 2017 150pp community engagement in higher education.
9781682260463 Paperback £20.95 / €23.00
Applying for nationally competitive scholarships can be a Harvard Education Press
daunting process for students. For many, the applications
present an unfamiliar territory, so students seek out CREATING A DATA-INFORMED
informed advisors who can help them navigate the terrain. CULTURE IN COMMUNITY COLLEGES
This volume of essays is a great way for anyone advising
students through an application to become an expert. A New Model for Educators
Brad C. Phillips & Jordan E. Horowitz

Jul 2017 208pp
9781682530870 Paperback £28.50 / €32.00
Offers a research-based model and actionable approach for
using data strategically at community colleges to increase
completion rates as well as other metrics linked to student
success. The authors draw from the fields of psychology,
neuroscience, and behavioural economics to show how
leaders and administrators can build good habits for
engaging with data constructively.

HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION 9

LEARNING IDEOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF DEMING
FOR CAREERS THEORY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

The Pathways to Emerging Research and Opportunities
Prosperity Network Thanos Kriemadis, Ioanna Thomopoulou &
Nancy Hoffman & Anastasia Sioutou
Robert B. Schwarz
Nov 2017 125pp
Oct 2017 184pp 9781522522652 Hardback £120.00 / €134.00
9781682531112 Paperback Advances in Higher Education and
£29.95 / €35.00 Professional Development
9781682531129 Hardback
£61.95 / €69.00 Presents coverage on the benefits and challenges of
applying quality improvement frameworks in university
Provides a comprehensive settings. Highlighting pertinent topics such as resources
account of the Pathways to management, training practices, and strategic planning,
Prosperity Network, a national initiative focused on helping this is an ideal publication for academics, researchers, school
more young people successfully complete high school, attain administrators, policy makers, and professionals.
a first postsecondary credential with value in the labour
market, and get started on a career without foreclosing the VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND
opportunity for further education. SAFETY PROMOTION IN HIGHER
EDUCATION SETTINGS
URBAN PREPARATION
Edited by Mihaela Badea & Mihaela Suditu
Young Black Men Moving from Chicago’s Sep 2017 280pp
South Side to Success in Higher Education 9781522529606 Hardback £183.00 / €203.00
Chezare A. Warren Advances in Higher Education and
Professional Development
Sep 2017 256pp
9781682530771 Paperback £29.95 / €34.00 Examines the current sources of violence within educational
Race and Education systems, and offers solutions on how to provide a safer space
for both students and educators alike. This volume highlights
Chronicles the transition of a cohort of young Black males pertinent areas of interest including technological violence,
from Urban Prep Charter Academy for Young Men to their academic regulations, nonviolent communication, and
early experiences in higher education. A rich and closely gender discrimination.
observed account of a mission-driven school and its
students, Urban Preparation makes a significant contribution Information Age Publishing
to our understanding of how young males of colour can best
be served in schools today. TALENT DEVELOPMENT AND THE
GLOBAL ECONOMY
IGI Global
Perspectives from Special Interest Groups
ENGAGED SCHOLARSHIP AND Edited by Fredrick M. Nafukho
CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY IN
HIGHER EDUCATION Aug 2017 188pp
9781681239972 Paperback £47.50 / €53.00
Edited by Sharon L. Burton International Higher Education
Sep 2017 300pp
9781522536499 Hardback £174.00 / €194.00 Presents pertinent research and practice on talent
Advances in Educational Marketing, Administration, development management and argues that the term
and Leadership talent development broadly refers to management and
development of high performing and high potential
Presents the latest scholarly research on the adoption and individuals in society required to carry out critical
implementation of civic engagement initiatives in higher organisational and society roles aimed at improving
education institutions. Including a range of topics such as human development.
service learning, economic development, and social justice,
this book is designed for academics, practitioners, students,
professionals, and researchers interested in the influence of
universities on community improvement.

10 HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION

Michigan ELT RESEARCHING RESISTANCE

COLLABORATIONS Public Education after Neoliberalism
AND INNOVATIONS M. Francyne Huckaby

Supporting Multilingual Writers Across Jun 2018 184pp
Campus Units 9781975500139 Paperback £44.50 / €49.00
Edited by Nancy DeJoy & Beatrice Quarshie Smith 9781975500122 Hardback £155.00 / €175.00
Researching Resistance: Public Education After Neoliberalism
Dec 2017 248pp serves two vital functions. First, it explores, explicates, and
9780472036882 Paperback £28.95 / €32.00 encourages critical qualitative research that engages the
The chapters in this volume demonstrate that teaching arts and born-digital scholarship. Second, it offers options
effective communication skills to all students in ways that for understanding neoliberalism, revealing its impact on
recognize the needs of multiple language users requires a communities, and resisting it as ideology, practice, and law.
shift in perspective that approaches multilingualism as an
opportunity that is enhanced by the internationalization of NAFSA – Association of International Educators
higher education because it makes transparent the problems
of current structures and disciplinary approaches in accessing THE GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL
those opportunities. SHORT-TERM PROGRAMS ABROAD

University of Michigan Press Third Edition
Edited by Catherine Spaeth & Lisa Chieffo
OBJECT LESSONS AND THE
FORMATION OF KNOWLEDGE Dec 2017 400pp
9781942719175 Paperback £52.50 / €59.00
The University of Michigan Museums, This new edition of NAFSA’s best-selling book is
Libraries, and Collections 1817-2017 designed primarily for staff and faculty working in higher
Kerstin Barndt & Carla M. Sinopoli education in the United States who are responsible for
developing, leading, or managing short-term education
Sep 2017 464pp, 185 colour and b&w illustrations, 3 tables abroad programs.
9780472130276 Hardback £50.95 / €56.00
Explores the museums, libraries, and special collections of Newsouth Publishing
the University of Michigan on its bicentennial. Viewed from
an historic perspective, the university’s collections provide a HOW TO BE AN ACADEMIC
window through which we can explore the transformation
of the academy, its public role, and the development of The Thesis Whisperer Reveals All
scholarly disciplines over the last two centuries. Inger Mewburn

Myers Education Press Aug 2017 288pp
9781742235073 Paperback £30.95 / €35.00
INDIGENEITY AND Welcome to the world of university academics, where the
DECOLONIAL RESISTANCE Academic Hunger Games, fuelled by precarious employment
conditions, is the new reality - a perpetual jostle for short-
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To be able to promote effective anti-colonial and decolonial
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Resistance hopes to contribute to the search for a more
radical decolonial education and practice that allows for
the coexistence of, and conversation among, “multiple-
epistemes.”

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River Publishers RECLAIMING INDIGENOUS RESEARCH
IN HIGHER EDUCATION
HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS IN
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with Sustainable Development Goal 13.
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FROM SINGLE TO SERIOUS The American Campus

Relationships, Gender, and Sexuality on College students are now
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growth and exploitation of the university more obvious
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and universities.

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DEGREES THAT MATTER ENVISIONING PUBLIC SCHOLARSHIP
FOR OUR TIME
Moving Higher Education to a Learning
Systems Paradigm Models for Higher Education Researchers
Natasha A. Jankowski & David W. Marshall Edited by Adrianna Kezar, Yianna Drivalas &
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PEDAGOGY, AND PRACTICE that public scholarship should be recognized as normative
practice for all scholars and indeed integrated into the
Utilizing Visuals to Understand and Promote curriculum of graduate courses.
College Student Development
Edited by Bridget Turner Kelly & Carrie A. Kortegast A GOOD JOB

Dec 2017 224pp Campus Employment as a
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LEARNING UNIVERSAL
ENHANCING ASSESSMENT IN
HIGHER EDUCATION Promoting Inclusion and Success for
All Students
Putting Psychometrics to Work Hilary Landorf, Stephanie Doscher & Jaffus Hardrick
Edited by Tammie Cumming & M. David Miller
Jan 2018 256pp
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Provides comprehensive and detailed descriptions of tools While there is wide consensus in higher education that global
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in higher education. The book is guided by the core purpose models of how to achieve this goal. The authors of this book
of assessment, which is to enable faculty, administrators, and provide such a model and, in doing so, offer readers a broad
student affairs professionals with the information they need definition of global learning that both encompasses a wide
to increase student learning by making changes in policies, variety of modes and experiences and engages all students
curricula, and other programs. on campus.

HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION 13

MAPPING THE FIELD OF ADULT Volume 3: Leadership and Administration
AND CONTINUING EDUCATION
Nov 2017 120pp
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Larry G. Martin
Issues of Leadership and Administration such as planning
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culture, and the value of a shared vision for all stakeholders
Nov 2017 128pp are addressed in the third volume. From practical matters
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personality on learning, and the role of experience in adult
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and currently the largest segment of college students as
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Volume 2: Teaching and Learning Examines the context, trends, and methods of research
and evaluation in the field’s many domains. Wide-
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this volume explores the wide range of theory and practice 4 Volume Set
in ACE.
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This four-volume compendium (also available as a
combined e-book) brings together a host of international
contributors to map the field of Adult and Continuing
Education in a series of brief articles addressing key
theories and practices across its many domains
and settings

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MEANINGFUL AND MANAGEABLE TEACH YOURSELF HOW TO LEARN
PROGRAM ASSESSMENT
Strategies You Can Use to Ace Any Course at
A How-To Guide for Higher Education Faculty Any Level
Laura J. Massa & Margaret Kasimatis Saundra Yancy McGuire

Oct 2017 176pp Jan 2018 176pp
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Provides readers with a straightforward approach to doing
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easy-to-follow instructions for multiple assessment tools McGuire here presents these “secrets”direct to students. Her
and key steps in the assessment process, this book is a handy, message is that “Any student can use simple, straightforward
all-in-one how-to guide. strategies to start making A’s in their courses and enjoy a
lifetime of deep, effective learning.”
PLACE-BASED COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION USING FOCUS GROUPS TO
LISTEN, LEARN, AND LEAD IN
A Strategy to Transform Universities HIGHER EDUCATION
and Communities
Erica K. Yamamura & Kent Koth Mona J.E. Danner, J. Worth Pickering & Tisha M. Paredes
Jun 2018 200pp
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Presents an easy-to-use 6-step guide to help leaders in
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positive and enduring results in their local communities and practical resource that describes why, when, and how
as well as stimulating wider engagement by campus to use focus groups. Conversational vignettes illustrate the
constituencies. Drawing upon the concept of collective discussions that regularly occur in each step and help the
impact and using data-driven decision making, place-based reader better understand the process.
initiatives build long-term partnerships based upon a
shared vision. TESOL Press

INSIDER ACCOUNTS OF CLASSROOM
LIFE, SECONDARY EDUCATION

Edited by Maria Dantas-Whitney & Sarah Rilling

Nov 2017 128pp

9781942799740 Paperback £29.50 / €33.00
TESOL Voices

Explore ways to promote cross-content learning,
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share the stories of students and teachers as they overcome
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environment for all.

HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION 15

HIGHER & FURTHER EDUCATION Michigan ELT
BESTSELLERS
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SPECIAL EDUCATION HIGHLIGHT

HIGHLIGHT ACADEMIC
ABLEISM
BEHAVIOR
SUPPORT FOR Disability and
STUDENTS Higher Education
WITH ASD Jay Timothy Dolmage

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Debra Leach Corporealities: Discourses
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Dec 2017 256pp
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effectively improve the behaviour of students with ASD, been constructed as the antithesis of higher education,
explaining the most common functions for challenging often positioned as a distraction, a problem to be solved.
behaviours and providing research-based strategies University of Michigan Press
and interventions.
Brookes Publishing HIGHLIGHT

HIGHLIGHT NEGOTIATING
DISABILITY
UNIQUELY
NORMAL Disclosure and
Higher Education
Tapping The Edited by
Reservoir of Stephanie L.Kerschbaum,
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them to lead. His “cognitive approach”is based on his populations and settings, from classrooms to physical
perception that autism is “uniquely normal”. environments to policy impacts on students, faculty,
Future Horizons administrators, and staff.
University of Michigan Press

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AAPC Publishing EFFECTIVE LITERACY INSTRUCTION
FOR LEARNERS WITH COMPLEX
THE CARTOON AND SCRIPT SUPPORT NEEDS
CURRICULUM FOR TEACHING SOCIAL
BEHAVIOR AND COMMUNICATION Second Edition
Edited by Susan R. Copeland & Elizabeth B. Keefe
Using Visual Strategies to Support Behavioral
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Sep 2017 277pp Rich with examples, case studies, and lesson planning
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flexibility, and lead lives that are less stressful. literacy instruction.

SHOW ME! EIGHT PATHS TO LEADERSHIP

A Teacher’s Guide to A Guide for Special Educators
Video Modeling Belva C. Collins
Carol Dittoe &
Heather Bridgman May 2018 152pp
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£19.50 / €22.00 disabilities, special education teachers are often propelled
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Nicole Eredics
DYSLEXIA AND NEUROSCIENCE
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30 Years Later
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Creating Real Inclusion for Students
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Cheryl M. Jorgensen

May 2018 248pp
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Some educators still feel overwhelmed when it comes to
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guiding teachers on how to include “one child at a time”.

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TEACHING IN MY WORLD
MATHEMATICS
MEANINGFULLY Jillian Ma
Aug 2017 36pp, illustrations
Solutions for Reaching 9781941765432 Paperback £9.50 / €11.00
Struggling Learners,
Second Edition Despite the qualities that make children on the autism
David Allsopp, spectrum exceptional, they all have hopes, dreams, and
Lou Ann H. Lovin & feelings of belonging, which all children desire.
Sarah van Ingen
MEET ME WHERE I’M AT!
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Making mathematics concepts
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that’s more complex when a classroom that includes and it gives them a way to communicate without having to
students with learning difficulties. With this timely book – express it verbally or face-to-face.
updated throughout and filled with invaluable ideas and
strategies adaptable for use with all children – educators will UNIQUELY NORMAL
know just what to teach and how to teach it to students
with learning difficulties. Tapping The Reservoir of Normalcy To
Treat Autism
YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO Robert J. Bernstein & Robin Cantor-Cooke
TRANSITION PLANNING
AND SERVICES Dec 2017 336pp
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Mary E. Morningstar & Elizabeth Clavenna-Deane
Nov 2017 272pp See page 16 for full details.
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THE WAITING SONG
As a practical introductory resource for transition
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and responsibilities of stakeholders throughout transition Dec 2017 36pp, colour illustrations
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and suggestions for best practice with vignettes and Tips
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Information Age Publishing Research Press Publishers

LEADERSHIP MATTERS IN THE MEDICATION FACT SHEETS
EDUCATION OF STUDENTS WITH
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University of Michigan Press EARLY CHILDHOOD
SPECIAL EDUCATION
ACADEMIC ABLEISM
Emelyn Cereno Wagan
Disability and Higher Education Nov 2017 275pp
Jay Timothy Dolmage 9781773610061 Hardback £134.00 / €149.00
Looks at various aspects of early childhood education
Dec 2017 232pp, 6 figures systems, how they are administered, and what possibilities
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Please see page 16 for further details. needs through proper assessment procedures. It also covers
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NEGOTIATING DISABILITY order to lead to further development of best practices to help
children obtain better outcomes.
Disclosure and Higher Education
Edited by Stephanie L. Kerschbaum, Laura T. Eisenman & Teachers College Press
James M. Jones
TEACHING FOR PROMISE
Dec 2017 416pp, 8 tables, 1 figure
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Please see page 16 for further details. Multimodal Literacy Instruction
Kathleen M. Collins
National Association for the Education of
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Disability, Culture, and Equity Series
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Educators looking for a simple, straightforward introduction
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SPECIAL EDUCATION BESTSELLERS SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING FOR
CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
AAPC Publishing WITH ASPERGER SYNDROME AND
SOCIAL-COMMUNICATIONS
AUTISM AS CONTEXT BLINDNESS PROBLEMS

Peter Vermeulen Jed E. Baker
2012 240pp 2003 231pp, illustrations
9781937473006 Paperback £33.50 / €37.00 9781931282208 Paperback £45.95 / €51.00
In this ground breaking book, inspired by the ideas of Uta Whether it’s learning how long one can look at somebody;
Frith, the internationally known psychologist and a pioneer how to shift topics, despite one’s desire to stick with that all-
in theory of mind as it relates to autism, Peter Vermeulen consuming special interest; how to say no to peer pressure;
explains in everyday terms how the autistic brain functions or dealing with sensitive topic – it’s all here – and more.
with a particular emphasis on the apparent lack of sensitivity
to and awareness of the context in which things happen. ACER Press

I HATE TO WRITE! CUED ARTICULATION

Tips for Helping Students with Autism Consonants and Vowels (2010 Edition)
Spectrum and Related Disorders Increase Jane Passy
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Written in a format that appeals to readers this aptly named
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THE INCREDIBLE 5-POINT SCALE Seventh Edition
Edited by Mark L. Batshaw, Nancy J. Roizen &
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Kari Dunn Buron & Mitzi Curtis 2012 880pp
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2012 100pp Comprehensive, authoritative information from the most
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JOURNAL OF CHARACTER EDUCATION VIEWS FROM INSIDE

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This is a collection of essays from scholars across disciplines,
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JUMP-START YOUR SHAPING YOUR CAREER
ONLINE CLASSROOM
A Guide for Early Career Faculty
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COMPETENCY-BASED EDUCATION
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LEADING Harnessing the power and harvesting the breadth of social
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GUIDING PRINCIPLES FOR THE NEW TEACHERS AS ALLIES
EARLY CHILDHOOD PROFESSIONAL
Transformative Practices for Teaching
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TEACHING AND LEADING WITH
JUST RESEARCH IN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
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TEACHING SKILLS BESTSELLERS INSTRUCTIONAL ROUNDS
IN EDUCATION
ACER Press
A Network Approach to Improving Teaching
20 THINKING TOOLS and Learning
Elizabeth A. City et al.
Collaborative Inquiry for the Classroom
Philip Cam 2009 230pp
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2006 116pp
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COAT OF MANY POCKETS MAKE JUST ONE CHANGE

Managing Classroom Interactions Teach Students to Ask Their Own Questions
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Harvard Education Press

DATA WISE

A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Assessment
Results to Improve Teaching and Learning,
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Demonstrates how examining test scores and other
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This revised and expanded edition captures the learning that
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National Association for the Education of Stenhouse Publishers
Young Children
MENTORING BEGINNING TEACHERS
POWERFUL INTERACTIONS
Guiding, Reflecting, Coaching,
How to Connect with Children to Extend Second Edition
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NAFSA – Association of International Educators Using Language to Change Lives
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LEARNING ACROSS CULTURES
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Edited by Barbara Kappler Mikk & Inge Ellen Steglitz Explains how to engage children with more productive talk
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Northwestern University Press

COLLECTED WRITINGS ON EDUCATION
AND DRAMA

Dorothy Heathcote
Edited by Liz Johnson & Cecily O’Neill

1991 218pp

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In this lively collection of essays and talks from 1967-80,
Heathcote shares the findings of her groundbreaking work in
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value of dramatic activity in breaking down barriers and
overcoming inertia.

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TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION Cognella Academic Publishing

HIGHLIGHT ONLINE EDUCATION

CLASSROOM Practical, Theory-Based Advice for
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CULTIVATING DIVERSE ONLINE END-USER CONSIDERATIONS IN
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DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP IN ACTION Plunkett Research, Ltd

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Springer Publishing Company Cognella Academic Publishing

DEVELOPING ONLINE LEARNING IN GET FLIPPED
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TEACHING OF SPECIFIC SUBJECTS The University of Arkansas Press

HIGHLIGHT WORDS UNBOUND

THE MOST Teaching Dante’s Inferno in the
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SECOND LANGUAGE TESTING APPROACHES TO TEACHING THE
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TEACHING OF SPECIFIC SUBJECTS Harvard Education Press
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