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For over a century, Teachers College Press has been committed to addressing the ideas that matter most to educators. Today, their publishing program carries on this tradition and seeks to open and expand the dialogue between theory and practice.


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  1. Making Race Visible

    Featuring contributions from teachers and researchers, this work opens new territory on the topics of the intersection of race with literacy research and practice. Learn More
    £29.50

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  2. International Aid to Education

    Partnerships are now pervasive in global education and development. Through case studies of prominent multi-stakeholder partnerships, as well as a comprehensive analysis of the global education network, this book exposes clear power imbalances that persist in the international aid environment. Learn More
    £39.95

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  3. Infant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale (ITERS-3)

    Focuses on the full range of needs of infants and toddlers up to 36 months of age and provides a framework for improving program quality. ITERS-3 assesses both environmental provisions and teacher-child interactions that affect the broad developmental milestones of infants and toddlers. Learn More
    £24.95

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  4. Race, Empire, and English Language Teaching

    Takes a critical look at the teaching of English, showing how language is used to create hierarchies of cultural privilege in schools. Motha closely examines the work of four ESL teachers who developed anti-racist pedagogical practises during their first year of teaching. Their experiences, and those of their students, provide a compelling account of how new teachers might gain agency for culturally responsive teaching in spite of school cultures that often discourage such approaches. Learn More
    £83.95

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  5. Art-Centered Learning Across the Curriculum

    Povides teachers with a framework for implementing inquiry-based, substantive art integration across the curriculum, along with the background knowledge and models needed to do this. Drawing on ideas from Harvard Project Zero, the authors make a clear and compelling argument for how contemporary art supports student learning. The text features subject-specific chapters co-written by teaching scholars from that discipline. Learn More
    £79.95

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  6. Leading for Inclusion

    Expanding on the notion of inclusion well beyond special education to include English language learners, students with refugee status, LGBTQ children, poor children, and other underrepresented populations, this resource provides strategies that school leaders can employ to improve teaching and learning in their school or classroom. Learn More
    £73.50

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  7. Common Core Dilemma-Who Owns Our Schools?

    In her new book, bestselling author Mercedes Schneider provides little-known details about the history of the Common Core State Standards. She lifts the veil on how the Common Core was developed, who was present in the back room, the push to copyright it so that test-makers could profit, and the urgency for governors to sign commitments before the standards were even completed. Learn More
    £71.50

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  8. Video Observations for the FCCERS-R

    Demonstrates how to use the Family Child Care Environment Rating Scale-Revised Edition (FCCERS-R) by Thelma Harms, Debby Cryer, and Richard M Clifford. This package contains a DVD and an Instructor's Guide, which explains how to present the various training activities and provides answers for commonly asked questions. Learn More
    £81.00 Inc. VAT

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  9. Possible Schools

    Tells the story of the Model Early Learning Center (MELC) in Washington, DC - a school to successfully implement the principles of the Municipal Preschools of Reggio Emilia. The author describes the origin of this school, which served urban families, and traces its evolution from a chaotic inception to its ability to apply Reggio practices. Learn More
    £29.50

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  10. Starting with Their Strengths

    Provides a comprehensive and practical guide to using the project approach when teaching young children with special needs. While focusing on children’s individual strengths, which include their interests, intelligences, and unique styles of learning, this resource demonstrates teaching strategies that address multiple areas of development. Using scenarios from their own practice, the authors examine the process of accessing children’s strengths to facilitate social, emotional, cognitive, and motor development, including concepts and skills. Learn More
    £71.50

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  11. Teaching and Learning in Public

    Tells the story of a group of teachers that engaged in inquiry about their own practice in order to support inquiry learning in their students. Learn More
    £60.95

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  12. Professional Development in Relational Learning Communities

    Offers an innovative approach to teacher professional development that builds on the intellectual strength and practical wisdom of practitioners. Focusing on nurturing relationships between and among participants, facilitators, subject matter, texts, and the school environment, this book helps educators create a repertoire of teaching approaches founded on sustained, deep, democratic, local, and active learning. Learn More
    £86.95

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  13. Multicultural Social Studies

    Focusing on the goals of student-centered learning while also attending to standards-driven mandates, this practical, "how-to" volume provides educators with a way to integrate multicultural themes into the K-12 social studies curriculum. Learn More
    £29.50

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  14. A Student's Guide to Academic and Professional Writing in Education

    This handbook will help educators write for the rhetorical situations they will face as students of education and practicing teachers. It provides clear and helpful advice for responding to the varying contexts, audiences, and purposes that arise in four written categories in education: classroom, research, credential, and stakeholder writing. Learn More
    £100.00

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  15. about Museums, Culture, and Justice to Explore in Your Classroom

    Presents ideas and examples of ways that teachers can use museums to support student exploration while also teaching for social justice. This practical resource invites teachers to rethink how and why they are bringing students to museums and suggests projects for creating rich museum-based learning opportunities across an array of subject areas. Learn More
    £26.95

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  16. (Un)Learning Disability

    How do high school students confront and resolve conflicting messages about their intelligence and academic potential, particularly when labelled with social and learning disabilities? Following the lives of adolescents at home as well as in and out of school, this title makes visible the disabling language, contextual arrangements, and unconscious social practices that restrict learning regardless of special education services. Learn More
    £37.95

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