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Education

Gereluk: Questioning the Classroom
 
Edmunds: Special Education in Canada, 2e
 
Drake: Interweaving Curriculum and Classroom Assessment
 
Edmunds: Educational Foundations in Canada
 
Edmunds: Educational Psychology

A selection of New and Noteworthy titles is listed below. Please check back each month to see new titles in this discipline.


Language and Learning, Canadian Edition

Donawa: Reading Canada

Marie Emmitt, Matthew Zbaracki, Linda Komesaroff, John Pollock, Rebecca Luce-Kapler, and Jane Chin

With up-to-date research, Canadian examples, and an engaging narrative, this text provides a well-rounded introduction to how language theory shapes teaching in both primary and secondary classrooms, offering teacher-candidates the theoretical foundation required to develop their own teaching strategies for English Language Arts.
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Case Studies in Educational Foundations

Hasinoff: Case Studies in Educational Foundations

Shelley Hasinoff and David Mandzuk

Drawing on the experiences of educators from across Canada, this collection of case studies encourages students to use perspectives from history, philosophy, and sociology of education as conceptual lenses for analyzing each case. By learning to employ these lenses, students will gradually develop the skills they need to handle the challenges and uncertainties they will encounter in classrooms throughout their careers.
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Teaching Grammar and Punctuation in the Twenty-First Century

Terry: Teaching Grammar and Punctuation

Marion Terry

Offering highly detailed yet exceptionally accessible instruction on how to teach grammar and punctuation to students in grades 4-12, this brand new supplemental text shows teacher-candidates how to integrate grammar and punctuation instruction with reading and writing activities already prescribed by the curriculum.
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Teaching Instrumental Music in Canadian Schools

Wasiak: Teaching Instrumental Music

Edwin B. Wasiak

Covering the fundamentals of teaching instrumental music to secondary-school students, this indispensable resource examines the history and evolution of music education in Canada, along with changing currents in the philosophical and psychological approaches to curriculum design, student instruction, and classroom management.
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Reading Canada

Donawa: Reading Canada

Wendy Donawa and Leah Fowler

With plot summaries, thoughtful analyses, and contextualizing discussions of selected works, Reading Canada gives teachers and teacher-candidates the essential information they need to introduce secondary-school students of all reading levels to outstanding Canadian works of fiction.
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