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Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs

by Darlene Mannix

 Help students with special needs thrive with over 160 updated educational activities

In the newly revised Third Edition of Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, teacher and author...


Perkins Activity and Resource Guide

by Charlotte Cushman & Kathy Heydt

We are pleased to release a 3rd edition of this incredible resource!  It contains hundreds of pages of practical suggestions for instructional activities for young children who are visually impaired with...


The Curious Mind of Little Athena

by Tamika Jaskolka & Ambadikumar

Although this book was written for children almost anyone who reads it can grow or at minimal be inspired.

Athena is the most peculiar child; she is full of life and full of questions. In this book her mother...


God Created the World in Seven Days

by Melanie Guice

I am Melanie Guice and I hope you enjoy my book. I wanted to show you how our God created the world in six days and rested on the seventh day. When I asked my Grandmother “How was the world created?” She...


Mind Mechanics for Children

by Sarah Rawsthorn

Mind Mechanics is a comprehensive resource to support schools in teaching pupils about mental health. Drawing on a wide range of therapeutic interventions, including CBT, Behavioural Activation and Compassion-Focussed...


Equitable Education

by Sameena Choudry

Never has a book on social justice and equitable education been so relevant.

Recent events have highlighted the huge attainment gaps that exist for many pupils within the education system because of factors...


Disabling the School-to-Prison Pipeline

by Laura Vernikoff

Young people who have received special education services in the United States are vastly overrepresented in juvenile and adult criminal justice systems relative to their numbers in the general population. Although...


Narratives of Inclusive Teaching

by Srikala Naraian & Sarah L. Schlessinger

Teachers are increasingly challenged by dilemmas of practice as they negotiate their commitments to equity for students from historically marginalized communities, including students with disabilities, against...


S.J. Strong

by Gail R. Wright

S.J. is an original, exceptional person who was diagnosed with autism at a young age. In an effort to foster awareness, he shares his personal story and perspectives about autism as he learned to cope with his...


Auditory Processing Disorder (APD)

by Alyson Mountjoy

Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a debilitating neurological condition in which the brain is unable to effectively process sounds and speech. An estimated 5 - 10% of children are affected uniquely. APD...


Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism

by Colin Baker & Wayne E. Wright

The seventh edition of this bestselling textbook has been extensively revised and updated to provide a comprehensive and accessible introduction to bilingualism and bilingual education in an everchanging world....


A Teen’s Guide to Surviving Juvenile Hall

by Daniel Hernandez

While working as a juvenile corrections officer in Orange County?s most difficult facility, Daniel Hernandez had to quickly learn how to recognize behaviors, body language, and other social cues of its often...


Inclusive Education of Learners with Disability  The Theory versus Reality

by Zenon Gajdzica, Robin McWilliam, Milon Potmešil & Guo Ling

Many factors have impact on the development of inclusive education, including social, cultural, economic context and the advancement of educational sciences. Analysing and comparing these issues provides a basis...


200 Tricky Spellings in Cartoons

by Lidia Stanton

The new revised edition of Lidia Stanton's bestselling book of mnemonics demystifying over 200 of the most difficult spellings. The book is structured around confusing pairs of words, such as homophones or words...


Understanding and Supporting Children with Literacy Difficulties

by Valerie Muter & Maggie Snowling

Learning to read is arguably the single most important educational challenge a child faces in the first years of schooling, setting a child up for future academic success and opportunities. However, it is estimated...


Boops' Character Missions

by Leslie Chapman, Bron Chapman & John Chapman

Growing up can be fun and challenging at the same time. Thankfully, Boops has his Mama, Papa and the village to help him along the way. With guidance from the village elders, Boops is sent on his very first...


Vocational Engagement Model

by Villani,Nicholas A.

Imagine the moment where you are working in the field providing employment services for people with disabilities and realize that the structure, or lack thereof, has contributed to the ongoing lack of progress,...


Back and Better

by Tobechukwu Clouden Md Mph

Are you a pregnant, working woman with a tight schedule and little time for extra reading? Do you want to learn how to maintain a healthy weight during pregnancy? Then this book is for you! In fact, maintaining...


Building Communication and Independence for Children Across the Autism Spectrum

by Elizabeth Field

Expert author Elizabeth Ives Field combines over four decades of working in the autism field to provide functional, in-depth teaching strategies for children on the spectrum who struggle with communication....


Prayers of a Teacher’s Heart

by Hannah Brooke England

Teachers, do you pray for your students? Your classroom? Your school? Have you tried but find yourself with no idea where to start or feeling overwhelmed by the process?

Prayers of a Teacher?s Heart guides you...