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Learning in Safe Schools
2nd edition
By (author): Faye Brownlie By (author): Judith King
9781551382661 Paperback, Trade English General Trade EDUCATION / Professional Development Nov 01, 2011
$24.95 CAD
Active 8.75 x 10.88 x 0.37 in | 380 gr 160 pages Pembroke Publishers Limited Pembroke
This practical and timely book offers the tools teachers need for building safer, more inclusive schools — from a school-wide code of conduct to creating, enforcing, and supporting a behaviour plan. Committed to teaching so all students can learn, the book offers ideas for planning and adapting curriculum for a wide range of students. It also encourages strategies that build collaborative learning, with examples of effective approaches to problem solving. This completely updated resource includes current examples of resource models, class reviews, simple adaptations, and more. An emphasis on the importance of choice for students in both learning and assessment is at the core of this new edition. Ideal for both new and experienced teachers, this comprehensive book is full of simple suggestions, hands-on activities, and blackline masters will help teachers meet the diverse needs of all students.

Faye Brownlie has worked in staff development with teachers, co-planning and co-teaching, providing seminars, workshops and keynote presentations in Canada, the United States, Europe and Asia. She’s passionate about including and supporting all learners, and her work focuses on literacy, teaching for thinking, assessment and inclusion. She has co-authored many books for teachers, including It’s All about Thinking in English, Social Studies and Humanities and It’s All about Thinking in Mathematics and Science. Faye believes, "We know enough, collectively, to teach all our students to read, and more importantly, to create readers who not only can read but want to read." Faye lives in Vancouver.

Judith King is an educator who is committed to helping classroom teachers provide rich learning environments for diverse groups of students. She has taught in both elementary and secondary schools and has worked as a school district consultant in special education. Judith holds an M.A. in special education and in curriculum development. She is currently working in the area of School Completion in the Okanagan-Skaha School District in British Columbia. Judith lives in Kaleden, BC.

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