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Bullying from Streets to Schools

by Page A. Smith & Wowek Sean Kearney

Bullies don’t discriminate. They are equal opportunity abusers. In Bullying from streets to schools: Practical information for those who care, authors Smith and Kearney guide their readers through multiple...

The Reason We Act the Way We Do Is That We Are Not Intelligent Enough to Act Otherwise

by Christian Awogbade

The reason we act the way we do is that we are not intelligent enough to act otherwise. This is like saying that the reason a person is not able to lift a box of a certain weight is that he is not strong enough...

Pi of Life

by Sunil Singh

Is the most important language in the universe also capable of making us happy in simple and profound ways? Can we really weave the foundations of lifelong joy—humility, gratitude, connection, etc.—through...

The Classroom as Privileged Space

by Tapo Chimbganda

The Classroom as Privileged Space: Psychoanalytic Paradigms for Social Justice in Pedagogy examines the psychic and emotional effects of the dehumanization of children based on social discrimination and difference...

Adam and Eve Were Real

by N James Brooks

This book could wake up the population to the truths in the Bible!  Cultures around the world that had never before been visited by Christians or Jews tell of legends handed down from generation to generation...

Towards Vital Wholeness in Theological Education: Framing Areas for Assessment

by Jessy Jaison

God's interest in the entirety of our existence and the details of his creation is quite rightly lauded by professing Christians, including those involved in theological education. But what impact does this...

White Teachers, Black Students

by Mack T. Hines Iii

Can White teachers teach Black Students? This is the provocative and pointed inquiry that drives the creation of White Teachers, Black Students. The twin purpose of this book is how can White teachers consistently...

Back to the Core: Rethinking the Core Texts in Liberal Arts & Sciences Education in Europe

by Emma Cohen de Lara & Hanke Drop

Whereas liberal arts and sciences education arguably has European roots, European universities have evolved over the last century to become advanced research institutions, mainly offering academic training in...

The Moral Electricity of Print

by Ronald Briggs

Moral electricity—a term coined by American transcendentalists in the 1850s to describe the force of nature that was literacy and education in shaping a greater society. This concept wasn't strictly an American...

Accepted! 50 Successful College Admission Essays

by Gen Tanabe & Kelly Tanabe

Students will prepare powerful and successful admission essays with the tools provided in this invaluable, newly-updated resource for the college-bound. Examples of 50 real essays are included, discussing such...

WJEC GCSE History Germany in Transition, 1919-1939 and the USA: A Nation of Contrasts, 1910-1929

by R. Paul Evans, Steve Waugh & John Wright

Endorsed by WJEC

Confidently tackle curriculum change with the market-leading series for WJEC GCSE History; relaunched to cover the new content and assessment requirements, this book helps every student develop...

Practical Incident Management in K-12 Schools

by Brian N. Moore

Practical Incident Management for Schools will help prepare every school leader for their important role in keeping students safe in their school. This book will teach you the exact same system that fire chiefs...

They're Not Stupid

by Joseph DiMartino & Jason B. Midwood

It has long been assumed that school redesign can’t happen in already existing comprehensive high schools. The thought has been, if you want to make real change, start your own school. While it seems expedient...

Citizenship Education and Global Migration: Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching

by James A. Banks

This groundbreaking book describes theory, research, and practice that can be used in civic education courses and programs to help students from marginalized and minoritized groups in nations around the world...

DREAM CATCHERS  -  Nature Meets Digital

by Barbara Kennedy

Look inside a thing to know its wonder. Just like snowflakes, no two dream catchers–or dreams–are alike. Stick out your tongue and catch one on the very tip of it. Lick it. Roll it around on your tongue....

International Student Engagement in Higher Education

by Margaret Kettle

Hand-in-hand with the continuing drive to recruit international students to Western universities goes an interest in student engagement. However, it is often unclear exactly what is meant by engagement. This...


by Joan Newman Antarakis

A New South Wales native and fifth generation Australian, Joan is married with five children. Her paternal ancestors were early pioneers on the Hunter River (1826) and Clarence River (1842). A keen family historian,...

What's A Parent to Do?

by Anne D. Neal

Each year over a million newly-minted high school graduates enroll in four-year colleges and universities across the country. They do so often after a lengthy and almost always stressful selection process. Faced...

Enlightened Teaching: Elevating Through Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs

by Joyce C Cooper

Enlightened Teaching: Elevating Through Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is an educational philosophy that incorporates mindfulness in the school setting. Enlightened Teaching follows the ideas of Dr. Shefali Tsabary...

Campus Confidential: How College Works, or Doesn't, for Professors, Parents, and Students

by Jacques Berlinerblau

A tenured prof. breaks ranks to reveal what's wrong with American higher education and how it affects you.

Professors can be underpaid. Marginalized. Over-reviewed. But one fact remains: The success of your education...