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Foreign Language Learning: Psycholinguistic Studies on Training and Retention

by Alice F. Healy & Jr., Lyle E. Bourne

Based on a research project funded by the Army Research Institute, Foreign Language Learning reports original empirical and theoretical research on foreign language acquisition and makes recommendations about...


Public Education Under Siege

by Michael B. Katz & Mike Rose

Public Education Under Siege argues for a democratic and egalitarian alternative to the test-driven, market-oriented core of current education reform. These short, jargon-free essays cover public policy, teacher...


Linguistic Genocide in Education--Or Worldwide Diversity and Human Rights?

by Tove Skutnabb-Kangas

In this powerful, multidisciplinary book, Tove Skutnabb-Kangas shows how most indigenous and minority education contributes to linguistic genocide according to United Nations definitions. Theory is combined...


Teaching Academic ESL Writing: Practical Techniques in Vocabulary and Grammar

by Eli Hinkel

Teaching Academic ESL Writing: Practical Techniques in Vocabulary and Grammar fills an important gap in teacher professional preparation by focusing on the grammatical and lexical features that are essential...


Classroom Discourse and the Space of Learning

by Ference Marton, Amy B.M. Tsui & Pakey P.M. Chik

Classroom Discourse and the Space of Learning is about learning in schools and the central role of language in learning. The investigations of learning it reports are based on two premises: First, whatever you...


Gifted and Talented Children with Special Educational Needs: Double Exceptionality

by Diane Montgomery

Gifted pupils who also have special needs often receive provision for the special need whilst the giftedness is overlooked. Children with such double exceptionality can become depressed, frustrated and misbehave,...


Developments in Educational Psychology

by Kevin Wheldall

Review comment on the first edition

"Wheldall asks himself and his readers what has transpired within the field of educational psychology ... and what its relevance actually is for teaching, learning and education....


Globalizing Education Policy

by Fazal Rizvi & Bob Lingard

Rizvi and Lingard's account of the global politics of education is thoughtful, complex and compelling. It is the first really comprehensive discussion and analysis of global trends in education policy, their...


Introducing Neuroeducational Research: Neuroscience, Education and the Brain from Contexts to Practice

by Paul Howard Jones

Amongst educators, scientists and policy-makers there is a growing belief that the field of education can benefit from an understanding of the brain. However, attempts to bring neuroscience and education together...


Teaching Tough Kids: Simple and Proven Strategies for Student Success

by Mark Le Messurier

How can you really make a difference for your students?

Teaching Tough Kids delivers a refreshing collection of realistic ideas to sustain the organisational and behavioural transformations of all students,...


Cultures Built to Last: Systemic PLCs at Work™

by DuFour Richard & Fullan Michael

Take your professional learning community to the next level! Discover a systemwide approach for re-envisioning your PLC while sustaining growth and continuing momentum on your journey. You'll move beyond isolated...


Bringing Learning to Life (Rle Edu D): The Learning Revolution, the Economy and the Individual

by David C A Bradshaw

In an age of intense economic competition and continual change, the ability to learn is a key factor in survival and prosperity. This book examines the changing interaction of the world economy, Britain's prospects...


Ourselves: Why We Are Who We Are

by Frank Smith

This book delves into how we come to terms with ourselves, with other people, and with the world in general. It is about how we come to be what we are, and to think the way we do. It is a book about influences...


Scripted Fantasy in the Classroom

by Eric Hall & Alison Leech

Many teachers have tried simple relaxation techniques in their classrooms and been surprised by their success. This step by step guide to the technique of scripted fantasy shows how the forces of the imagination...


Teaching Physical Education in the Primary School

by Bev Hopper, Jenny Grey & Patricia Maude

This book includes information on all six areas of the PE National Curriculum (games, gymnastic activities, dance, swimming, outdoor and adventurous activities, athletic activities), to increase subject knowledge...


The Bilingual Edge

by Kendall King, PhD, Alison Mackey, PhD, Alison Mackey & Kendall King

It's no secret that parents want their children to have the lifelong cultural and intellectual advantages that come from being bilingual. Parents spend millions of dollars every year on classes, computer programs,...


Work-Life Balance: A Practical Guide for Teachers

by Margaret Adams

Work-life balance picks up where conventional time management stops. After you have prioritised ruthlessly, learned how to delegate, dealt with interruptions, managed your managers, planned and reviewed and...


Education and Policy in England in the Twentieth Century

by Richard Aldrich, Dennis Dean & Peter Gordon

In the 1990s education has become one of the major social and political questions of the day. This book has been written to provide an authoritative guide to the issues which underlie the formulation of educational...


Australian Intellectuals

by Greg Melleuish

Why are Australian Intellectuals and academics so hostile to contemporary Australian life? Why do they so often hold disparaging views of their fellow Australians? This was not always the case. In the nineteenth...


Challenging Exceptionally Bright Children in Early Childhood Classrooms

by Ann Gadzikowski

Support and guide exceptionally bright children while creating richer, inclusive learning environments for all children in early childhood classrooms.