Each Building Maths Fitness book is packed with 20 weeks of daily maths cards. Aimed at 10- to 12-year-old students, the cards gradually become more difficult as the weeks progress. Each week the types of problems stay the same, just the numbers change. During the course of the week the students will gain confidence and show progress with their learning. Answers cards are provided.
Aimed at developing curious minds, this book combines SOLO Taxonomy with current theories on how students learn and effective pedagogies. It investigates the increasing complexity of the science capability of gathering and interpreting data through a series of simple paired experiments in contexts that are familiar to students.
Story Seekers is designed to lift reluctant readers’ literacy skills through easy-reading, high-interest texts and engage learners with a background other than English. Written at an approximately 7-year-old reading level, the books have a strong appeal to 10- to 12-year old readers. The Activity Book offers teaching ideas and cross-curricular activities.
Research showing many boys are disengaged from the process of writing has laid down the challenge; Writing Success for Boys responds. Boys won’t be able to resist its inclusive, purposeful writing programme, which puts fun and creativity at centre stage. This resource cleverly connects the dots between boys and literacy, engagement in literacy, the rhythm of learning and master teaching.
Coding, or computer programming, is giving a computer step-by-step commands to tell it what to do. Let’s Get Coding unravels the mysteries of coding for teachers who would like to make it part of their classroom programme but have no idea where to start. Here you’ll find ideas to help you design your own coding activities, along with sample lesson plans.
SOLO Taxonomy in Music Education supports specialist and non-specialist practitioners who want to improve their practice by using SOLO in the music classroom. It gives you the structure to engage students in their own learning and to reflect on your own practice with the central vision of raising learner achievement through developing high-quality musicians.
As a potential-based programme, Accelerate Progress with Oral Language responds to students' prior knowledge and experiences while supporting growth and development. Anchored by a clear routine and essential dimensions of effective teaching practice, recognises the importance of variety: it changes the motivation, igniters, focus and tasks regularly.