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Australian Council for Educational Research

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  • Coat of Many Pocketsby Jenny Mackay

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2006; US$ 24.95

    Coat of Many Pockets: Managing classroom interactions is intended for beginning and returning teachers as well as for educators wanting to enhance their behaviour management skills. It is a handbook for understanding the aims and developing the practical techniques involved in managing individuals and groups in the classroom, based on a synthesis of... more...

  • Clinical Skills in Infant Mental Healthby Sarah Mares; Louise Newman; Beulah Warren

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2005; US$ 49.95

    How does the infant?parent relationship influence infant development? What bearing does the relationship between infants and their caregivers have on clinical assessment and intervention? Clinical Skills in Infant Mental Health is written for a wide range of professionals including maternal and child health nurses, general practitioners, psychiatrists,... more...

  • The Answer Withinby Moshe Lang; Peter McCallum

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2000; US$ 27.45

    The Black family entered therapy seeking answers to long-standing relationship problems. With their permission, the sessions were recorded and combined with the therapist?s commentary in the landmark book, A Family in Therapy. More than 20 years after these sessions, therapist Moshe Lang revisits his work with the Blacks, updating his original... more...

  • Boys in school and societyby John Cresswell; Ken Rowe; Graeme Withers

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2002; US$ 14.95

    In the past decade there has been a growing perception in Australia that girls have become more successful pursuing their educational goals than boys ? especially in educational outcomes relating to literacy. In addition there is evidence from a range of studies that boys regard their school experience less favourably than girls and are less strongly... more...

  • A Handful of Soundsby Jane Passy

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2003; US$ 42.95

    The Cued Articulation (CA) system of hand cues and colour codes was devised by speech pathologist, Jane Passy, to help severely speech-and language-disordered children understand and pronounce the sounds of speech. A Handful of Sounds is a compilation of chapters written by enthusiastic users of Cued Articulation from Australia and the UK. Contributors... more...

  • Hell...p! I'm a Stepmotherby Sonja Ridden

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2002; US$ 24.95

    When I said ?I do?, I not only acquired a husband but also two little boys, a cat and a goldfish. At the time, although apprehensive, I thought that I had a pretty good idea of what I was about to get myself into. It didn?t take me long to discover, however, that the reality was significantly different from my expectations. more...

  • Learning to Loveby Lorraine Rose

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2000; US$ 24.95

    It may be one of the most natural processes, but becoming a parent can be as daunting as it is rewarding. Having a baby changes everything, and the biggest area of change for new parents is also one of the least explored: how do you relate to this new person in your life? Learning to Love explores the evolving relationship between mother, father... more...

  • Sandplay and Symbol Workby M. Pearson; Helen Wilson

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2001; US$ 34.95

    Sandplay and symbol work are therapeutic tools for self-discovery and emotional healing. By arranging small objects in a sandtray, children, adolescents and adults can unlock the subconscious and reveal unspoken dilemmas. For many people, it is a powerful form of self-expression and an important step towards personal healing. Sandplay & Symbol... more...

  • Spelling Recoveryby Jan Roberts

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2001; US$ 27.50

    Students who spell competently can concentrate on the meaning of their reading and writing, instead of wasting effort on the mechanics of decoding or spelling the words. As an educator, you need to be aware of the causes of spelling problems, and take appropriate action to help poor spellers become proficient. Jan Roberts has drawn from her depth... more...

  • Spellingby Peter Westwood

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2005; US$ 24.95

    Spelling is an area of learning that often provokes vigorous debate amongst educators and parents. This second edition of Peter Westwood?s book Spelling provides a comprehensive overview of current issues, perspectives and methods in a clear, easy-to-read style. The author provides research-validated strategies that are based on an understanding... more...