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Don T Teach The Canaries Not To Sing

Author : Robert D. Ramsey
ISBN : 9781412948937
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This how-to handbook defines what school culture is, how it works, and why it is critically important, and helps you assess how your school measures up.

Activity Theory In Education

Author : Dilani S. P. Gedera
ISBN : 9789463003872
Genre : Education
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Activity Theory in Education: Research and Practice brings together cutting-edge scholars from a number of continents. Through in-depth case studies the authors highlight how Activity Theory is used in education and discuss the theoretical as well as pragmatic use of Activity Theory frameworks in a range of contemporary learning contexts. The first section of the book focuses on empirical research on using Activity Theory in analysing students’ and teachers’ experiences of learning and teaching in face-to-face and online learning contexts. The second section contains insights in identifying historical and systemic tensions in educational contexts using Activity Theory. The third section discusses conceptual and contextual aspects of educational contexts through Activity Theory, and Section four discusses the application of Activity Theory in understanding teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge and curriculum development. In spite of the widespread and rapidly increasing use of Activity Theory in educational research, few collections of this work are available. Activity Theory in Education: Research and Practice is such a much needed collection of practical experiences, theoretical insights and empirical research findings on the use of Activity Theory in educational settings.” – Yrjö Engeström, Centre for Research on Activity, Development and Learning (CRADLE), The University of Helsinki.

The Activist Learner

Author : Jeffrey D. Wilhelm
ISBN : 9780807755952
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This dynamic book explores a variety of ways teachers can integrate service learning to enliven their classroom, meet the unique developmental needs of their students, and satisfy the next generation of standards and assessements. The authors demonstrate how inquiry-based teaching with service learning outcomes cultivates, requires, and rewards literacy, as well as important skills like perspective taking and compassion. Through the pursuit of service learning projects, students develop and apply literacy and disciplinary knowledge, experience real-world implications, and learn to think in more connected ways. At the same time, students acquire literacies essential for creating a culture of civic engagement and for mastering the Common Core.

Cadets On Campus

Author : John A. Coulter
ISBN : 9781623495220
Genre : History
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Since the founding of the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1802, more than eight hundred military schools have existed in this country. The vast majority have closed their doors, been absorbed into other educational institutions, or otherwise faded away, but others soldier on, adapting to changing times and changing educational needs. While many individual institutions have had their histories written or their stories told, to date no single book has attempted to explore the full scope of the military school in American history. Cadets on Campus is the first book to cover the origin, history, and culture of the nation’s military schools—secondary and collegiate—and this breadth of coverage will appeal to historians and alumni alike. Author John Alfred Coulter identifies several key figures who were pivotal to the formation of military education, including Sylvanus Thayer, the “father of West Point,” and Alden Partridge, the founder of the school later known as Norwich University, the first private military school in the country. He also reveals that military schools were present across the nation, despite the conventional wisdom that most military schools, and, indeed, the culture that surrounds them, were limited to the South. Coulter addresses the shuttering of military schools in the era after the Vietnam War and then notes a curious resurgence of interest in military education since the turn of the century.

Principal Leadership

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ISBN : PSU:000055224130
Genre : Middle school principals
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Supportive Supervision

Author : Albert J. Coppola
ISBN : 9781483360409
Genre : Education
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This highly usable, hands-on guide offers that much-needed and fully integrated support system for the building-level supervisor to truly become a teacher of teachers.

How To Say The Right Thing Every Time

Author : Robert D. Ramsey
ISBN : 9781412964074
Genre : Education
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Communicate effectively with all stakeholders through these invaluable tips, including how-to's for dealing with disasters and approaching sensitive topics such as sex, gangs, and substance abuse.

Books In Print 2009 2010

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ISBN : 0835250210
Genre : Publishers' catalogs
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The Ethics Of Teaching 5th Edition

Author : Jonas Soltis Kenneth Strike
ISBN : 9780807771181
Genre : Education
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Written in a style that speaks directly to today's teacher, The Ethics of Teaching, Fifth Edition uses realistic case studies of day-to-day ethical dilemmas. The book covers such topics as: punishment and due process intellectual freedom equal treatment of students multiculturalism religious differences democracy teacher burnout professional conduct parental rights child abuse/neglect sexual harassment.

Lead Follow Or Get Out Of The Way

Author : Robert D. Ramsey
ISBN : 1412915856
Genre : Business & Economics
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Best-selling author Robert Ramsey gives you just what you need to avoid "simply managing" and to become a true leader instead!

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