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Do you have children in kindergarten, first, or second grade? Do your kids hate to study or do their homework? Is homework a constant source of stress in your household? Or, would you just like a few ideas on how to expand your children’s minds while having fun?
This book is for parents who have children in kindergarten, first, or second grade. Included in the book are 18 games and activities that will add fun into homework and study time. The games and activities cover a wide variety of topics such as spelling, math, reading, writing, and test preparation. The goal of these games and activities is to take the stress out of homework and studying by creating an environment filled with fun and family bonding. There is even a special section, included at the end, which has games and activities designed to entice your children to do their chores and help out more around the house.
203 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star
This book is a must-have for the aspiring teachers who have finally opted to pursue teaching as their career. The book contains practical tips based on the live situations which a teacher usually comes across in school. It presents a holistic and integrated approach to deal with personal and professional challenges which a teacher faces while dealing with students, peers and parents. The tips given in the book are taken from the personal experience of the author as a teacher and as the head of schools.
This book will serve as a good guide to help the aspiring teachers who are not so mature and experienced in this profession to know some basic pros and cons in dealing with their own colleagues, students and their parents.
This book is the outcome of numerous interviews and interactions with teachers, students and their parents who have always contributed in improving the academic and administrative environment of the school.
It is penned down by the author who himself has been in teaching profession for more than 33 years. Its contains 101 practical tips, based on the real life situations faced by the author himself as school teacher and administrator. In the nutshell, this book serves as a practical go-to guide to those teachers who have decided to continue in the profession and grow.
68 pages, 9 of 9 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
- An overview of common technologies used for providing online training including social media, blogs, e-books, online videos, podcasting, slide sharing, social networking, webinars, web conferencing, wikis, and more
- Concrete examples of these technologies in action in various organizations and educational institutions
- A summary of the benefits and challenges of delivering online training
If you would like to know more about how technologies can be used to provide online training and learning opportunities then this is the guide for you!
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• Late For School
• Talking in Class
• Passing Notes
• Playing Around
• Not Paying Attention
• Not Following Directions
• Running in the Hallway
• PushingI. Homework Is Late
a. My Dog Ate It
b. Aliens Abducted It
c. I Accidently Ripped It
d. I Left It At Home
e. I Left It At Speech
f. Zombies Were Chasing Me
g. My Mom Took It
h. I Was Grounded From It
i. I Left It at the Doctors Office
j. I Lost It… At School
k. I Had It… Did You Take It?
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Practice at home, at work, in the doctors office or even the bathroom. Have flashcards, will travel…
a, after, always, about, again, around, better, all, am
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This book is designed to help you give the best advice and support to your teenager who wants to go to university.
All the key elements of a university education are covered, from choosing the right course, understanding university league tables and getting a place, right through to maximising opportunities after graduation.
We consider all the critical events where your support and informed advice can be vital and help you to spot when things are going right and when they are not.
It’s not about holding your child’s hand. It’s about giving sound advice – an arm around the shoulder – to allow your child to mature at university, to stay on course for a good degree, and to forge the way to a successful career.
The authors are experienced university staff who have drawn on the knowledge they have gained as tutors, as teachers, and as parents themselves.
Clearly laid out and fully illustrated by case studies, this book is your guide to your kids’ success at university.
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This is a step by step guide I developed for my Mom to meet some of her basic computing needs. If you want to learn the basics of Internet, Email, Copying, Pasting and Downloading Digital Photos, but don’t want all of the technical jargon – this is the guide for you. Each process is explained with click by click instructions along with many helpful graphics. There is also a quick start guide in the Appendix for easy reference. You will learn when to left click, right click or double click and many useful shortcuts. There is a second Appendix listing many popular and useful websites.
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Discover some really simple but effective things you can do TODAY to make a difference in your child’s education and set them on the road to success in life.
No qualifications required!
Just cheap and easy tips for everyday parents to help the kids with their homework and make learning fun!
13 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star
Teaching Simply is a thought provoking game plan to ensure successful teaching in the classroom. The delivery of the message is put forth in ten easy steps, which are woven through a tapestry of humor and poignant accounts of effective classroom implementation.
268 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
First Year Teacher is an invaluable resource for newbie teachers. It offers hundreds of tips, warnings, and anecdotes from experienced educators–all in one warm and charming package.Benefit from their wisdom:”Principals love a heads-up on both good and bad news. It only makes you look good if you keep the principal in the loop. Don’t hide in your classroom!” —Fifth grade teacherLearn from their mistakes:”Don’t put off returning phone calls of a pushy parent. The longer you wait, the longer they have to think of new questions!” —U.S. History and Government teacherAnd remember that humor conquers all:”When you’re having a hard day, remember why you became a teacher in the first place. My neighbors wouldn’t listen to me talk about environmental science, so I had to find a captive audience!” —Environmental Science teacher
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