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Harvard Education Press

An imprint of Harvard Education Publishing Group, and based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, HEP publishes innovative and authoritative books covering critical issues in education. Its books aim to influence and inform education practice and administration, explore ongoing debates, and report on important research.


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  1. Social Justice Art

    In this lively and groundbreaking book, arts educator Marit Dewhurst examines why art is an effective way to engage students in thinking about the role they might play in addressing social injustice. Based on interviews and observations of sixteen highschoolers participating in an activist arts class at a New York City museum, Dewhurst identifies three learning processes common to the act of creating art that have an impact on social justice. Learn More
    £50.50

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  2. Restorative Justice in Education

    Makes the case for restorative justice as a practice as much as it is a paradigm. Through essays, case studies, and interviews, the book outlines for educators and teacher educators how restorative justice can be leveraged to teach across disciplines. Learn More
    £30.50

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  3. Justice on Both Sides

    Restorative justice represents "a paradigm shift in the way Americans conceptualize and administer punishment," says Maisha T. Winn, from a focus on crime to a focus on harm. Justice on Both Sides, provides a comprehensive account of the value of restorative justice and how contemporary schools can implement effective practices to address inequalities associated with race, class, and gender. Learn More
    £27.95

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  4. Self-Regulation in Learning

    Illustrates how to help students become more self-regulated learners - that is, to be able to monitor and take charge of their own learning when working independently and in groups. The authors emphasize the role of formative assessment as a means of supporting students in engaging in language-rich, self-regulated learning. Learn More
    £51.50

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  5. The Flight of a Butterfly or the Path of a Bullet?

    Looks at the uses and effects of digital technologies in K-12 classrooms, exploring if and how technology has transformed teaching and learning. In particular, Larry Cuban examines forty-one classrooms across six districts in Silicon Valley that have devoted special attention and resources to integrating digital technologies into their education practices. Learn More
    £29.50

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  6. TechnoTeaching

    Written by two veteran teacher-trainers, TechnoTeaching provides a clear blueprint that educators of all experience levels can use to challenge themselves and their students over a single school year. Through "stellar units", "dare-devil missions", and other activities, the authors show how teachers can progressively transform their classrooms by adding new digital and web tools to meet the specific needs of students. Learn More
    £55.50

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  7. Unconscious Bias in Schools

    Describes the phenomenon of unconscious racial bias and how it negatively affects the work of educators and students in schools. Through personal anecdotes and real-life scenarios, Unconscious Bias in Schools provides education leaders with an essential roadmap for addressing these issues directly. Learn More
    £29.50

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  8. Visual Thinking Strategies for Preschool

    Shows how teachers can add visual thinking strategies (VTS) to their existing curriculum to encourage language, critical thinking, and social skills for children ages three to five. Philip Yenawine describes using art and other visual experiences to create engaging and powerful learner-centred environments for young children just beginning their formal school experience. Learn More
    £51.50

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  9. Black, Brown, Bruised

    Drawing on narratives from hundreds of Black, Latinx, and Indigenous individuals, Ebony Omotola McGee examines the experiences of under-represented racially minoritized students and faculty members who have succeeded in STEM. Learn More
    £29.50

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  10. Woman's "True" Profession

    Women have always been teachers. So begins this second edition of Nancy Hoffman's classic history of women and the teaching profession in the United States. With this revised collection of her own essays and the writings of early women teachers, Hoffman offers a rich and fascinating portrait of educational life in America. Learn More
    £36.95

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  11. Visual Thinking Strategies for Preschool

    Shows how teachers can add visual thinking strategies (VTS) to their existing curriculum to encourage language, critical thinking, and social skills for children ages three to five. Philip Yenawine describes using art and other visual experiences to create engaging and powerful learner-centred environments for young children just beginning their formal school experience. Learn More
    £26.95

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  12. Investigating Disciplinary Literacy

    Provides practical, research-based guidance for teachers seeking to strengthen students' reading, writing, and communication skills in subjects from the humanities to the sciences. The authors present a framework for conducting professional development cycles based on disciplinary literacy-related learning and district-based research projects they have conducted over the past five years. Learn More
    £57.50

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  13. Start Where You Are, But Don't Stay There

    In the thoroughly revised second edition of Start Where You Are, But Don't Stay There, H. Richard Milner IV addresses the knowledge and insights required on the part of teachers and school leaders to serve students of colour. Milner focuses on the need to prepare teachers for the racially diverse student populations in their classrooms. Learn More
    £27.95

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  14. Creating a Data-Informed Culture in Community Colleges

    Offers a research-based model and actionable approach for using data strategically at community colleges to increase completion rates as well as other metrics linked to student success. The authors draw from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and behavioural economics to show how leaders and administrators can build good habits for engaging with data constructively. Learn More
    £55.50

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  15. English Language Learners and the New Standards

    Presents a clear vision and practical suggestions for helping teachers engage ELL students in simultaneously learning subject-area content, analytical practices, and language. This process requires three important shifts in our perspective - from an individual activity to a socially engaged activity; from a linear process to a developmental process; and from a separate area of instruction to an approach that embeds language development in subject-area activities. Learn More
    £29.50

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  16. Personalized Learning in the Middle Grades

    Shows how teachers in grades 5-8 can leverage the use of personalized learning plans (PLPs) to increase student agency and engagement, helping youth to establish learning goals aligned with their interests and assess their own learning - particularly around essential skills that cut across disciplines. Learn More
    £60.95

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