The Perfect Maths Lesson recognizes that teaching is hard and that, although no teacher is perfect, their lessons can be. Drawing on his experience as a secondary maths teacher and assistant head teacher, Ian Loynd provides practical ideas and common-sense methods that can help every teacher to be outstanding, with the main focus on independent learning.
My Liitle Island - Where the adventure begins! This is a three-level pre-primary course that starts children on their journey of learninf English! Children will be inspired to learn with engaging characters and fun activities.
The interleaved Teacher’s Edition includes full-size Pupil’s Book pages right beside the teaching lessons. A two-page Unit Overview with each unit’s content and objectives also provides bulletin-board ideas, story summaries, and home-school and curriculum connections.
Business people, entrepreneurs, artists, entertainers, parents, students, teachers, and people from all walks of life can improve their lives by learning how to brainstorm. Successfully implementing an idea is what generates success and results, whether it's a business or personal challenge. Here is a fun, easy-to-read, upbeat book designed to help people boost creativity by learning how to brainstorm and transform their best ideas into reality. Starting with the basics, this book discusses the anatomy of ideas and how they're generated. Focusing on various brainstorming techniques, it offers step-by-step directions for using these techniques as an individual or in a group situation.
John Stuart Mill investigates the central elements of the 19th century philosopher’s most profound and influential works, from On Liberty to Utilitarianism and The Subjection of Women. Through close analysis of his primary works, it reveals the very heart of the thinker’s ideas, and examines them in the context of utilitarianism, liberalism and the British empiricism prevalent in Mill’s day.
Samuel C. Rickless presents a novel interpretation of the thought of George Berkeley. In A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge (1710) and Three Dialogues Between Hylas and Philonous (1713), Berkeley argues for the astonishing view that physical objects (such as tables and chairs) are nothing but collections of ideas (idealism); that there is no such thing as material substance (immaterialism); that abstract ideas are impossible (anti-abstractionism); and that an idea can be like nothing but an idea (the likeness principle). It is a matter of great controversy what Berkeley's argument for idealism is and whether it succeeds.
Whether you’re selling ideas to investors, pitching a client for new business, or even negotiating for a higher salary, Pitch Anything will transform the way you position your ideas. According to Klaff, creating and presenting a great pitch isn’t an art - it’s a simple science. Applying the latest findings in the field of neuroeconomics, while sharing eye-opening stories of his method in action, Klaff describes how the brain makes decisions and responds to pitches. With this information, you’ll remain in complete control of every stage of the pitch process.
Instructors using the textbook, Supervising Student Teachers: The Professional Way, 7th Edition, will find its companion instructor's guide a helpful resource. Chapter-by-chapter, the instructor is provided with core ideas for guiding cooperating teachers' understanding and skill development needed for effective supervision of student teachers. This must-have resource provides a multitude of engaging instructional ideas, many discussion questions for the text's case studies, and options for meaningful assignments.