by B. Beiderwell, L.F. Tse, T. Lochhaas, N.B. deKanter
Publisher: Saylor Foundation 2010
Number of pages: 535
The focus of the book is on realistic, practical tools for the students who need them. This is a book designed, frankly, for students who may have difficulty with traditional college textbooks. The style is direct and to the point.
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by Lauren B. Resnick - National Academies Press
The topics covered are the nature of thinking and learning, the possibilities of teaching general reasoning, the attempts to improve intelligence, thinking skills in academic disciplines, cultivating the disposition toward higher order thinking, etc.
by Christopher Thaiss - National Council of Teachers of English
Christopher Thaiss explores the use of writing in classrooms from grades one through six. Drawing on observations, he argues that language across the curriculum is something that happens continuously in classrooms and in homes and on playgrounds ...
by Mike Evans - How To Books Ltd
Proven techniques for any exam that will boost your confidence and guarantee success. Reading this book will make a huge difference to exam performance, whatever exams you're taking - professional or academic, essay or multiple choice.
by Michelle Commeyras, et al. - The Global Text Project
The book for those teachers who want to be readers and teachers. It will inspire you to explore ways of bringing your reading self to teaching reading and language arts. We want to encourage those who already share their reading life with students.