New resources added to The College of Humanities & Education collection.
Becoming a Meaning Maker: Talk and Interaction in the Dialogic Classroom
Author: Christine Edwards-Groves and Christina Davidson. Edition: 2017. Description: Becoming a Meaning Maker aims to provide core understandings that allow educators to say definitive things about talk and interaction in classrooms so as to br...Read More
Narratives of Learning Through International Professional Experience
Author: Edited by Ange Fitzgerld, Graham Parr, Judy Williams. Edition: 2017. Description: This book presents a collection of research-based narratives exploring the learning of pre-service teachers and teacher educators in a range of internatio...Read More
Quantitative Social Science : An Introduction
Author: Kosuke Imai. Edition: 2017. Description: Quantitative analysis is an increasingly essential skill for social science research, yet students in the social sciences and related areas typically receive little training in it--or if they do,...Read More
The Alphabetic Principle and Beyond : Surveying the Landscape
Author: Edited by Robyn Cox, Susan Feez, Lorraine Beveridge. Edition: 2019. Description: "The genesis of the idea for The alphabetic principle and beyond can be found in the current prioritising of the alphabetic principle in the teaching of ea...Read More
The Handmaid`s Tale
Author: Margaret Atwood Description: Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead. She hasonly one function: to breed. Ifshe deviates she will like dissenters be hanged at the wall or sent out to die slowly of radiation sickness. But even a repr...Read More
Bangsa Malaysia
Keynote address by Tun Dr. Mahathir Bin Mohamad. Description: From an academic viewpoint the introduction of Bangsa Malaysia is a positive move as it represents an extension of the historical and current development trends that will allow Malaysia...Read More
The Secret of Mystery Hill
Author: Doug Wilhelm Illustrator: Tom La Padula Description: On a class trip to an ancient monument you are chosen to journey into the past. There you meet a huge, green man who orders you to cut off his head. You're sure this is some sort of t...Read More
Teaching as Inquiry: Rethinking Curriculum in Early Childhood Education
Author: Lynn T. Hill, Andrew J. Stremmel, Victoria R. Fu Description: This text helps teach pre-service teachers the art of inquiry—instilling in students a sense of wonder, curiosity, asking questions, looking for answers, and making sense of t...Read More
Connecting Content, Teaching, and Learning: A Supplement to the Creative Curriculum for Early Childhood
Author: Diane Trister Dodge, Laura J. Colker, Cate Heroman Description: Curriculum Goals and Objectives, defines the revised goals and objectives and shows what growth to expect in 3- to 5-year-olds, including those not at a typical level of devel...Read More
Sheep Thief
Author: Jenny Taylor illustrator: Lesley Boston Description: Glen is not allowed to keep a dog, but one day he comes home with a newborn lamb - can this lead to anything but trouble? Share his experiences raising Bill, the pet lamb, and find ou...Read More