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Make Learning Magical

Author : Tisha Richmond
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In Make Learning MAGICAL, educator Tisha Richmond pulls back the curtain to reveal strategies you can use to transform your classroom. Laughter, fun, and gamified experiences can make school a place where students are inspired, empowered, and immersed in learning. The techniques Tisha shares will equip you to put your students center stage.

Start Learning Magic Tricks

Author : R Shelby
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Do You Love to Entertain? Are You Always Looking for a New Trick to Learn? Would You Like to Start Learning Magic Tricks? YOU Can Be the Life of the Party and Have Everyone Saying "HOW Did You DO That?!"

Miss Makey and the Magic Bin

Author : Mandi S. Figlioli
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Miss Makey and the Magic Bin By: Mandi Figlioli Miss Makey is not your ordinary teacher. When she brings in her magic bin, the students begin to think she might be going crazy. Soon, however, the classroom comes alive with creative energy as Miss Makey’s class discovers all they can make using leftover materials and their own imaginations. Follow along with Miss Makey’s class as they learn the inventive magic of turning trash into treasure. The delightfully illustrated pages of Miss Makey and the Magic Bin are based on real-life classroom adventures and student inventions.

The End of Molasses Classes

Author : Ron Clark
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The author describes the successes at his innovative academy in Atlanta, Georgia, and shares many of the strategies they use to create a lively and energetic learning environment.

Unveiling the Secrets of Magic and Magicians

Author : Mohammad Amin Sheikho
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How terrible are the words that issued from the mouths of those deceivers from amongst the jews, who used false statements to insert intrigue into the books of Islam. Their words about the possible use of magic to bewitch the most honorable one of all creation, Mohammad (cpth), are nothing more than mere lies. The same is true of another of their sayings- fie on them (may God make them as ugly as their deeds)- wherein they say that the accursed Satan controlled the Prophet (cpth), as well as other of our great masters, including Solomon, Job and our father Adam. Their statements are easily refutable, and just as our of every pot pours that which it contains, woe to them because of what pours from their spirits. As a result of such intrigues, the belief in magic, along with other spiritual diseases, is spread amongst the Muslims by disbelieving magicians and their followers- to the extent that one can hardly find a house in which there does not live at least one of their followers- These people believe the devil's call because they have listened to false scholars instead of God and have turned their back on the Qur'an as if they knew better. Now, however, it is time for the voice of truth to be heard by those people, whose forefathers were not warned and who therefore remain heedless. The Great Scholar (Mohammad Amin Sheikho) will bring them out of the darkness and into the light with the use of God's Luminous Book, for the good of all those who believe in Al'lah and the Last Day. God says: "And repent to Al'lah, all of you, oh believers, so that you may be successful." The Holy Qur'an, Fortress 24, An-Nour(Light),verse 31

FrizBee The Magical Spelling Bee c 2021

Author : Robert Ross Rees, Jr
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An Elementary. children's spelling book. From the inventor of the Bubble-Worm(r) and the Creator of the World Jobs Prize(tm) Knowledge is Power..

What Makes Learning Fun

Author : Deborah L. Perry
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What Makes Learning Fun? presents a set of tested principles and strategies for the design of museum exhibits, with concrete examples of design successes and failures drawn from the author's many years in the field.

Yearbook Claremont Reading Conference

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The Mage Apprentice

Author : Stacey Keystone
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Omnibus edition The Alchemist books 1 & 2 Dana Bedwen just wants to be an alchemist. But she's destined by her blood and fate to be a mage, despite her wishes. She'll fight it, and the enemies that threaten her life, with family she finds along the way, and an ex boyfriend that seems to hang around her. Finding an internship, finishing university, dating a nice boy. Dana just wants the simple things in life but she may be getting more than she intended.


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Teacher Selection and Interview Portfolios

Author : Ronald K. Theel
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The major research questions for this study were: (a) What forms do teacher interview portfolios take? (b) What meaning do school principals make of these portfolios? (c) How, if at all, are teacher portfolios being used by principals in deciding whom to hire?This was a case study using qualitative research procedures. The study was situated in the hiring policies and practices of Central City School District from 1995 to 1999. Semi-structured interviews of 18 k-12 principals and 4 key informants were primary means of data gathering. Document analyses supplemented interview data.Interview portfolios typically consisted of lesson plans; photographs of projects, activities, and teacher-student interactions; and supporting examples of classroom practice. Statements of educational philosophy, credentials, letters of reference, transcripts, and other background information were also included.Most principals viewed portfolios as a way for candidates to express their educational beliefs, illustrate skills and methods, and supplement the interview with examples from applicants' experience. Principals expressed a desire for more evidence of having used the portfolio development process as a means of reflection and introspection.Overall, interview portfolios were not key contributors to principals' hiring decisions. The reasons for this varied. Some principals mentioned time constraints during interviews. Others expressed skepticism that portfolios provided meaningful evidence of candidates' teaching ability and people skills. Propositions and implications for future research center on portfolio format and assessment criteria, authenticity and self-knowledge, selection interview procedures, teacher preparation, teacher recruitment and hiring, and information management in Central City School District. Perhaps one of the most valuable benefits of the portfolio process lies in the development of a new norm for the profession: placing discussion and debate about what constitutes "good teaching" into a public forum.

Touchpoints Three to Six

Author : T. Berry Brazelton
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For decades, new parents have relied on Dr. Brazelton's wisdom. But all "Brazelton babies" grow up. Now at last, the internationally famous pediatrician, in collaboration with an eminent child psychiatrist, has brought his unique insights to the "magic" preschool and first-grade years.Through delightful profiles of four very different children, the authors apply the touchpoints theory (following the pattern of growth-new challenge-reegression-recharging-and renewed growth) to each of the great cognitive, behavioral, and emotional leaps that occur from age three to six. In the second, alphabetical, half of the book they offer precious guidance to parents facing contemporary pressures and stresses, such as how to keep a child safe without instilling fear, countering the electronic barrage of violent games and marketing aimed at children, coping successfully with varied family configurations, over-scheduling, competition, and many other vital issues today. A Merloyd Lawrence Book

The Brave Learner

Author : Julie Bogart
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Publishers Weekly bestseller · A joyful and accessible homeschool guide to making learning a part of everyday life Parents who are deeply invested in their children's education can be hard on themselves and their kids. When exhausted parents are living the day-to-day grind, it can seem impossible to muster enough energy to make learning fun or interesting. How do parents nurture a love of learning amid childhood chaos, parental self-doubt, the flu, and state academic standards? In this book, Julie Bogart distills decades of experience--homeschooling her five now grown children, developing curricula, and training homeschooling families around the world--to show parents how to make education an exciting, even enchanting, experience for their kids, whether they're in elementary or high school. Enchantment is about ease, not striving. Bogart shows parents how to make room for surprise, mystery, risk, and adventure in their family's routine, so they can create an environment that naturally moves learning forward. If a child wants to pick up a new hobby or explore a subject area that the parent knows little about, it's easy to simply say "no" to end the discussion and the parental discomfort, while dousing their child's curious spark. Bogart gently invites parents to model brave learning for their kids so they, too, can approach life with curiosity, joy, and the courage to take learning risks.

Collaborative Theme Building

Author : Dorothy M. Campbell
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"Collaborative Theme Building: How Teachers Write Integrated Curriculum is intended to assist in developing a curriculum that is thematic and interdisciplinary in nature. Team Development chapters provide information on work styles, intelligences, team development cycles, conflict resolution skills, and consensus building skills that will help teachers build cohesive and productive school-based teams." "Features: presents and explores various theme focus types, teaching approaches, and assessment options that are available to teachers who are writing and implementing an integrated curriculum; "Action Pak" gives step-by-step procedures for curriculum development by providing a structure that fosters both creativity and productivity in a curriculum development team; and guidelines on how to create a "Theme Box" which is the final product of a curriculum writing team's efforts."--BOOK JACKET.

The Teacher s Handbook

Author : Anthony D. Fredericks
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This book_an all-in-one sourcebook of practical ideas and solutions_provides simple, convenient strategies for every classroom teacher. A creative range of 'inside information' is offered for teachers to dip into and savor for their professional and personal pursuits.

Learn to Read

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Learn to Read: A Magical Site Words and Phonics Activity Book This book is perfect for kids of all ages who want to learn to read and write in a fun and magical way! The book contains over 40 sight words that kids learn through the image of the word as opposed to sounding letters out. These words make up almost half of most children's books which results in a much easier experience learning other words. It also includes word recognition drills along with fun puzzles and games using magical creatures like unicorns, mermaids and dinosaurs. The Book Contains: Premium matte cover design Printed on high quality 60# interior stock Perfectly sized at 8.5" x 11"

Gail Catlin Making Magic with Liquid Crystal

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The Magical Properties of Workshop Learning

Author : Liv Mjelde
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Pedagogical theory arising from general education has long dominated discourse in both research and policy-making in education: this is also evident in vocational studies. Today, both locally and internationally, the complex processes of vocational pedagogy play a central role in the discussions. Work-based learning, the master-apprenticeship learning tradition, and the pedagogy of vocations and professions are all important concepts in on-going education policy debates. Contradictions between different learning traditions are clearly evident in vocational pedagogy: learning according to the workshop traditions or learning in the classroom, vocational theory and general theory, learning at school and learning in a work situation. This book is based on research in Norway and examines problems of teaching and learning in relation to vocational curricula of upper secondary schooling, apprentices' experiences and masters thesis-writing in the field of vocational pedagogy. The book also explores the question of vocational education and gender, today and in the past.

Magical Logical Tricks for Learning 8 Parts of Speech Tenses

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Technology as Magic

Author : Richard Stivers
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What gives the mass media, particularly advertising and television, their extraordinary power over our lives, so that even the most jaded and sophisticated among us are troubled and fascinated by their allure? The secret, according to Richard Stivers, in this brilliant new book, lies in the curious relationship between technology and magic. Stivers argues the two are now related to one another in such a way that each has taken on important characteristics of the other. His contention is that our expectations for technology have become magical to the point that they have generated a multitude of imitation technologies that function as magical practices. These imitation technologies flourish in the fields of psychology, management administration, and the mass media, and their paramount purpose in human adjustment and control. Advertising and television programs, in particular, contain the key magical rituals of our civilization.In a fascinating analysis of television programming, Stivers shows how various genres--news, sports, game shows, soap operas, sitcoms, etc.--have their distinct mythological symbols. Through dramatized information, they symbolically connect consumer goods and services to desired outcomes--the utopian goals of success, happiness, and health--thus enveloping technology, both real and imitation, in a magical cocoon.>