|Author||: Popular Book Popular Book Company|
|Release Date||: 2015-06|
|ISBN 10||: 9781771490290|
|Pages||: 368 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
The Complete Canadian Curriculum series of books covers key subject areas: Math, English, Science, History, Geography and Social Studies. The curriculum-based practice units are designed to ensure that your child understands the concepts and masters the necessary skills. With vivid illustrations and interesting activities, children find working through Complete Canadian Curriculum both fun and rewarding. Inside Complete Canadian Curriculum Grade 1 workbook: Mathematics worksheets cover numbers 1 to 100, addition, subtraction, counting, money, measurement, capacity, mass, 2-D shapes, 3-D solids, directions, and temperatures. English worksheets cover consonants, vowels, rhyming words, nouns, sentences, capital letters, punctuation, verbs, adjectives, articles, and connecting words. Social Studies worksheets cover heritage and identity, people and environments, etc. Science worksheets cover my body, five senses, living things and their growth, healthful eating, safe and healthful living, objects and materials, changing materials, reuse and recycle, energy and the sun, day and night, seasons, plants through the seasons, and animals through the seasons.
by Popular Book Popular Book Company
The Complete Canadian Curriculum series of books covers key subject areas: Math, English, Science, History, Geography and Social Studies. The curriculum-based practice units are designed to ensure that your child understands the concepts and masters the necessary skills. With vivid illustrations and interesting activities, children find working through Complete Canadian Curriculum both fun and rewarding. Inside Complete Canadian Curriculum Grade 1 workbook: Mathematics worksheets cover numbers 1 to 100, addition, subtraction, counting, money, measurement, capacity, mass, 2-D shapes, 3-D solids, directions, and temperatures.GET BOOK!
by Arend E. Carl
"Teacher Empowerment through Curriculum Development: Theory into Practice encourages the empowerment and involvement of teachers in the curriculum development process. This updated third edition is a must for every teacher who acknowledges the need for empowerment and wishes to contribute to the process of curriculum development in a changing South Africa." --Book Jacket.GET BOOK!
by A V Kelly
'This book will be of interest to educational practitioners, and many other professionals concerned with the education and development of the young' - ESCalate `A very well-respected book [and a] Curriculum classic...[which offers] balance to current official publications...One of its strengths is the coherent argument that runs throughout. It is very much a product of the wide knowledge and experience of the author.' - Jenny Houssart, Senior Lecturer, Department of Learning, Curriculum & Communication, Institute of Education, UniversityGET BOOK!
by Miriam Ben-Peretz
In this ground-breaking book the author analyzes the roles and functions of teachers as they use and construct curriculum materials. She presents a conceptual framework for interpreting different kinds of materials, for planning instructional settings based on these interpretations, and provides teachers with concepts and strategies that will enable them to use curriculum materials professionally and flexibly. The book addresses the need for more professional and creative use of curriculum materials, and heightened teacher involvement in the process. Implications ofGET BOOK!
by William B. Stanley
This book examines the relationship between contemporary forms of critical theory and social reconstructionism, as they relate and contribute to the construction of a radical theory of education. It illustrates many of the persistent issues, problems, and goals of radical educational reform, including the importance of developing a language of possibility, utopian thought, and the critical competence necessary to reveal and deconstruct forms of oppression. Stanley perceptively and clearly reexamines new challenges posed to various forms of critical pedagogy (includingGET BOOK!
by Sally Neaum,Jill Tallack
Good Practice in Implementing the Pre-school Curriculum, Second Edition is the leading early years curriculum text. Updated throughout to reflect QCA's new framework for early learning, it is the essntial guide for students and nursery managers.GET BOOK!
by Arthur K. Ellis
This book crosses the divide between theoreticians and practitioners by demonstrating how curriculum theories and models are applied in classrooms today. It ties together - - broad educational theories such as progressivism, essentialism, perennialism, etc. - curriculum models, characterized as learner-centered, society-centered or knowledge-centered. - exemplars of curriculum theories and models, such as Reggio Emilia, Core Knowledge, the International Baccalaureate, etc.GET BOOK!
by Carol Ann Tomlinson,Sandra N. Kaplan,Joseph S. Renzulli,Jeanne Purcell,Jann Leppien,Deborah Burns
The Parallel Curriculum Model can be used for students working at a basic level of skill and understanding, as well as for high-ability students ready for more complex learning options.GET BOOK!
by M. Frances Klein
Recent proposals for school reform have involved a significant shift in how curriculum decisions are made, particularly at the state level. In response to these proposals, actions taken by educators have underscored the critical nature of the issue regarding who makes curriculum decisions. This book examines the issues involved in how this pivotal concern has been addressed in the past and how it is being handled now. Each chapter contributes to a more complete understanding of the complexities involved inGET BOOK!
by William Arbuckle Reid
Today, practically any situation involving some kind of learning is liable to be referred to as an instance of curriculum. In this book, however, the author defines curriculum as the program or programs offered to students who enter ntar elementary school at age 5 or 6 and leave secondary school somewhere between the ages of 16 and 18. What is the curriculum? What should students be learning? Who should decide what should be taught? How are such decisions to be made? In this volume,GET BOOK!