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NOUVEAUTÉS EN SEPTEMBRE 2018 À LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE MARGARET-WILSON

Becoming the math teacher you wish you'd had : ideas and strategies from vibrant classrooms
by Zager, Tracy

Designing a prosocial classroom : fostering collaboration in students from pre-K--12 with the curriculum you already use
by Bergin, Christi Ann Crosby

Enquêtes pour mieux écrire les mots : 24 règles d'orthographe lexicale pour les élèves de 9 ans et plus
by Leroux, Céline, 1954-,, Martin, Lise, 1955-,

Keep growing : how to encourage students to persevere, overcome setbacks, and develop a growth mindset
by Mandel, Joey,

L'essentiel pour réussir ses études
by Dionne, Bernard

L'immersion en français au Canada : guide pratique d'enseignement
by Roy, Sylvie, 1963 January 6-, Association canadienne des professeurs d'immers

The mathematics lesson-planning handbook, grades K-2 : your blueprint for building cohesive lessons
by Kobett, Beth McCord,, Miles, Ruth Harbin,, Williams, Lois A. (Lois Ann Gasparro),

Moving math : how to use thinking skills to help students make sense of mathematical concepts and support numeracy development
by Fiore, Mary,, Lebar, Maria Luisa,

70 play activities for better thinking, self-regulation, learning and behavior
by Kenney, Lynne,, Comizio, Rebecca,

Being the change : lessons and strategies to teach social comprehension
by Ahmed, Sara K.,

Beyond the basics
by Forrester, Susan., Turcotte, Marie.

Building a community of thinkers
by Nicolson, Cynthia Pratt,, James, Usha,, Critical Thinking Consortium,

Canadian Perspectives on Initial Teacher Environmental Education Praxis
by Canadian Association for Teacher Education.

The CEFR in action : scenarios for an action-oriented classroom
by Collins, Geoff., Hunter, Danielle.

Choice time : how to deepen learning through inquiry and play, preK-2
by Dinnerstein, René,

Classroom-ready number talks for 3rd, 4th and 5th grade teachers : 1000 interactive math activities that promote conceptual understanding and computational fluency
by Hughes, Nancy, Berkeley

Close reading the media : literacy lessons and activities for every month of the school year
by Baker, Frank W. (Educational consultant),

Could you live underwater? : a design thinking and STEM curriculum unit for curious learners
by Barnhard, Megan,, Rivera, Jade,

Drama games for kids : 111 theatre activities to energize your drama class
Orinda, CA : Beat by Beat Press, c2016.

An educator's guide to internet and social media law in the classroom
by Tymochenko, Nadya,, Kutarna, Gillian Tuck

Empower : what happens when students own their learning
by Spencer, John., Juliani, A.J.

ETFO special education handbook : a practical guides for all teachers
by Baldree, Nancy., Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario., Ontario. Ministry of Education.

The explosive child : a new approach for understanding and parenting easily frustrated, chronically inflexible children
by Greene, Ross W.

Ferdinand F., 81 ans, chenille
by Brassard, Mario

First Nations, Métis and Inuit Education Resource : engaging learners through play
by Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.

From STEM to STEAM : brain-compatible strategies and lessons that integrate the arts
by Sousa, David A.,, Pilecki, Thomas

Fun and fundamental math for young children : building a strong foundation through play in PreK-grade 2
by Small, Marian,, Fletcher, Graham

Grandes idées pour l'enseignement des mathématiques, 5 à 9 ans : pour acquérir des bases solides afin de mieux accompagner les élèves
by Small, Marian.

Grandes idées pour l'enseignement des mathématiques, 9 à 14 ans : pour acquérir des bases solides afin de mieux accompagner les élèves
by Small, Marian.

Ice breakers : 60 fun activities that will build a better choir!
by Mack, Valerie Lippoldt.

Inquiry-based science activities in grades 6-12 : meeting the NGSS
by Brown, Patrick (STEM coordinator),, Concannon, James

L'atelier d'écriture, fondements et pratiques, 8 à 12 ans
by Calkins, Lucy, 1951-, Kallemeyn, Anne-Marie,, Bernier-Ouellette, Diane

Language at the speed of sight : how we read, why so many can't, and what can be done about it
by Seidenberg, Mark S.

Les entretiens, l'art de converser avec de jeunes auteurs
by Calkins, Lucy, 1951-, Hartman, Amanda, White, Zoë

Les mille visages de notre histoire
by Niven, Jennifer

Loose parts 3 : inspiring culturally sustainable environments
by Daly, Lisa,, Beloglovsky, Miriam,, Knight, Jenna

Making a global city : how one Toronto school embraced diversity
by Vipond, Robert Charles

Meeting Labour Market Needs for French as a Second Language Instruction in Ontario : Understanding Perspectives Regarding the French as a Second Language Teacher Labour Market Issue
by Ontario Public School Boards' Association.

Mindset mathematics : visualizing and investigating big ideas, grade 4
by Boaler, Jo, 1964-, Munson, Jen, 1977-, Williams, Cathy

New ways in teaching with music
by Arnold, Jean L.,, Herrick, Emily

The next step forward in reading intervention : the Rise Framework
by Richardson, Jan,, Lewis, Ellen

Open questions for the three-part lesson : geometry and spatial sense, data management and probability : grade levels 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
by Small, Marian,, Tackaberry, Ryan

Open questions for the three-part lesson : geometry and spatial sense, data management and probability : grade levels K, 1, 2, 3
by Small, Marian,, Tackaberry, Ryan

Otages de la nature
by Marchildon, Daniel

The perfect blend : over 100 seriously fun vocal warm-ups
by Seelig, Timothy.

Pushing the Limits : How Schools Can Prepare Our Children Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow
by Gallagher-Mackay, Kelly,, Steinhauer, Nancy

Quand on était seuls
by Robertson, David, 1977-, Flett, Julie,, Lavoie, Diane

Shake, rattle, and roll : rhythm instruments and more for active learning
by Connors, Abigail Flesch

Shattering the perfect teacher myth : 6 truths that will help you thrive as an educator
by Hogan, Aaron

Shift this! : how to implement gradual changes for massive impact in your classroom
by Kirr, Joy

Teaching historical thinking : a professional resource to teach six interrelated concepts central to students' ability to think critically about history
by Denos, Mike, 1945-, Case, Roland, 1951-,, Stipp, Stefan, 1970-,, Gibson, Lindsay, 1975-,, Miles, James, 1984-,, Critical Thinking Consortium

Teaching student-centered mathematics. Developmentally appropriate instruction for grades 3-5
by Van de Walle, John A., Karp, Karen S., Lovin, LouAnn H., Bay-Williams, Jennifer M

Teaching student-centered mathematics. Developmentally appropriate instruction for grades 6-8
by Van de Walle, John A., Bay-Williams, Jennifer M., Lovin, LouAnn H., Karp, Karen S.

Teaching student-centered mathematics. Developmentally appropriate instruction for grades pre-K--2
by Van de Walle, John A., Lovin, LouAnn H., Karp, Karen S., Bay-Williams, Jennifer M.

Treaty essential learnings : we are all treaty people
by Office of the Treaty Commissioner (Canada)

The Vimy oaks : a journey to peace
by Granfield, Linda,, Deines, Brian

Visible learning : feedback
by Hattie, John,, Clarke, Shirley

Visible learning day by day : hands-on teaching tools proven to increase student achievement
by Durden, Felicia


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