Before the Beginning
by Marysa Ramondino
Before the Beginning is the majestic story of angelic creation, prior to the known story of Adam and Eve. Included is a glossary of facts regarding the Nine Choirs of Angels, based on the writings of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Teaching Through Stories
Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit by Elizabeth Seward
“Unhurried education, and teaching to the heart through stories, develop a lifelong love of a continually unfolding process of learning and loving the world.” Teaching through Stories: Jane and Jeremy Learn to Knit will encourage you to take things ...
Ten Tips for Passing the OSCE
A Practical Guide For Success In The Objective Structured Clinical Examinations by Mohsin Rashid
The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) has become the predominant method of assessing clinical competence. Taking an OSCE is a skill which needs to be learned. Medical curriculum provides little formal training in this area. Rather ...
Education for Hope
A Course Correction by John E Hull
This book traces the little-known history of an alternative school system erected in Canada by post-WWII Dutch Neo-Calvinist immigrants. In less than four decades, this community established a kindergarten to university education system that ...
Short-on-Theory, Long-on-Practical Approaches to Imagination Creativity Education by Blaine E. Hatt
21st-century educators face a new frontier beyond the boundaries of traditional teaching practice and pedagogical praxis. Imagination Creativity Education (ICE) creates fresh opportunities for teachers who are committed to genuine, empowering, ...
The History of Handball at Texas A&M University
by Don Johnson
Hitting a ball with the hand (Handball) is the oldest sport known to mankind. It has been almost 100 years since handball was introduced as an intramural sport at Texas A&M. This book connects a tie to those who helped handball along the way even ...
Mathematics Education Across Time and Place
Over Two Millennia from Athens to Zimbabwe by Thomas O'Shea
What is mathematics, and what aspects of it should be taught in schools? How and to whom should it be taught, and how should its understanding be assessed? These questions continue to drive curriculum development, school organization, teaching ...
Whatever Comes, Eat It
Living and working as an expat in Russia, Bangladesh, Thailand, UAE and South Korea by Kathy Binns
In 2004, Canadian Kathy Binns was offered a job teaching middle school in Moscow. Thus began an incredible overseas adventure that lasted seventeen years. With humour, candour, and a keen observational eye, Kathy recounts her memorable experiences ...
Love Conquers All
by Diana Gomes Sajoo
Children can sense your love for them, and through that love they will learn to trust you. Earning children’s trust will help children grow and flourish, and realize their gifts. This is especially important in preschools and daycares, where the ...
Here Comes Grade One!
The Big Bundle Grade One Canadian Curriculum Workbook by Sharon Fitzpatrick
Grade One lays the foundation for a child’s education; over that first year, there’s a lot of ground for a teacher to cover—and a lot of worksheets to plan. There’s no need to develop those materials from scratch! Developed by an elementary teacher, ...