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9780957703780

Author: Eric Frangenheim
Epub ISBN: 978-0-9577037-8-8
Mobi ISBN: 978-0-9874640-8-8
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The 'Thinking Tools Templates: Projectable onto whiteboard' is an easy-to-use resource by educational consultant Eric Frangenheim to help save teachers time and effort and make lessons more exciting, fun and challenging for students. The beauty of these thinking tools templates is that they weave foundation and higher-order thinking tools into classrooms every day. These templates also ensure your students are busier than you are - that's when you know they are 'owning the learning'.

Teachers, to use this resource simply project the chosen thinking tools template onto your whiteboard, then use a whiteboard pen to record the ideas flowing from your students. These templates enable you to delve straight into your lesson. They act as a springboard for students to get busy, to 'own the thinking' and to become confident in scaffolding their own ideas.

The Thinking Tools Templates are each referenced to levels of Bloom's Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain. For example, each template is linked to task verbs or thinking skills (such as 'examine' or 'discuss' for the Bloom's 'Analysis' level of cognition) where a SWOT Analysis, Extended PCQ or Icon Prompt would be a possible template to employ.

The Thinking Tools Templates complement Eric's signature book for teachers, 'Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies: How to create your thinking classroom with 42 practical and engaging thinking tools'. This best-selling book shows you how to teach thinking tools confidently, so you can love your job more and create your ultimate thinking classroom. Importantly, it also guides you to teach your students how to use thinking tools so they can become vibrant, independent thinkers. By 2018, Reflections had sold 35,000 copies and remains a trusted teaching resource for teachers and graduates.

Eric reminds teachers: "The best learning takes place when the teacher is quiet". But this depends on a) a clear question or activity (containing a task verb); b) an appropriate thinking tool template (e.g. a Double Bubble Map); and c) a clear time frame (e.g. you have 20 minutes: go!). Enjoy.

About the author

Eric Frangenheim is a leading Australian educational consultant and author, committed to promoting the use of thinking tools in classrooms and corporate settings. Eric has worked across the globe in the education sector since starting out as a high school teacher in 1970 and going on to work as head of department and then deputy principal. In Australia, Eric was appointed an education advisor for gifted and talented students by the Department of Education, Queensland. He then coordinated the gifted and talented program at an independent school in Brisbane, Queensland.

Since 1995, Eric has been an independent education consultant and is the director of Rodin Educational Consultancy. His consultancy takes him to schools all over Australia and New Zealand, presenting teacher workshops and demonstration lessons. He is often a guest presenter at universities and hosts workshops in the corporate world. Eric has also presented in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, The Republic of Nauru, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, the USA, Indonesia and India.

Through his work, Eric aims to inspire educators and leaders to create vibrant learning environments. His passion is to support teachers to infuse thinking tools into the daily curriculum, to empower all learners to think more vibrantly and independently.

As an author, Eric has published his best-selling book for teachers, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies: How to Create Your Thinking Classroom with 42 Practical and Engaging Thinking Tools (11th edition), which has sold more than 35,000 copies. Eric's other books include his lesson plan template resource for Primary teachers, The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, as well as his new books for teachers, corporates and parents, Cartoon Conversations (on teaching, learning and life) and Thinking Tools Templates (projectable for your whiteboard). For more information, please visit Eric's website at www.rodineducation.com.au.

Eric and his wife, Terri, live in Queensland, Australia. They have three daughters and many grandchildren.

About the project
We converted the ebook version from a supplied PDF to be distributed through all vendors.

The resources for this book are available at Rodin Educational Resources.

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Author: Eric Frangenheim
Epub ISBN: 978-0-9874640-1-9
Mobi ISBN: 978-0-9874640-0-2
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Cartoon Conversations (on teaching, learning and life) is a light-hearted and thought-provoking resource for teachers, business leaders and families. This easy-to-use resource shares 25 cartoons from educational consultant Eric Frangenheim's book, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies.

Each motivational cartoon is accompanied by an explanation and a series of reflective questions to be used in classrooms, staff rooms and around the family table to encourage deeper and more meaningful conversations. In addition, there are 11 generic questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy of the Cognitive domain for each of the 25 cartoons.

The cartoons and questions can be used as ice-breakers for meetings, in schools, in the corporate world, and any form of teaching and family discussion. Readers will have great fun with these cartoons and be challenged to use higher-order thinking to tackle new concepts and questions to look for positive outcomes to everyday challenges in life.

About the author

Eric Frangenheim is a leading Australian educational consultant and author, committed to promoting the use of thinking tools in classrooms and corporate settings. Eric has worked across the globe in the education sector since starting out as a high school teacher in 1970 and going on to work as head of department and then deputy principal. In Australia, Eric was appointed an education advisor for gifted and talented students by the Department of Education, Queensland. He then coordinated the gifted and talented program at an independent school in Brisbane, Queensland.

Since 1995, Eric has been an independent education consultant and is the director of Rodin Educational Consultancy. His consultancy takes him to schools all over Australia and New Zealand, presenting teacher workshops and demonstration lessons. He is often a guest presenter at universities and hosts workshops in the corporate world. Eric has also presented in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, The Republic of Nauru, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, the USA, Indonesia and India.

Through his work, Eric aims to inspire educators and leaders to create vibrant learning environments. His passion is to support teachers to infuse thinking tools into the daily curriculum, to empower all learners to think more vibrantly and independently.

As an author, Eric has published his best-selling book for teachers, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies: How to Create Your Thinking Classroom with 42 Practical and Engaging Thinking Tools (11th edition), which has sold more than 35,000 copies. Eric's other books include his lesson plan template resource for Primary teachers, The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, as well as his new books for teachers, corporates and parents, Cartoon Conversations (on teaching, learning and life) and Thinking Tools Templates (projectable for your whiteboard). For more information, please visit Eric's website at www.rodineducation.com.au.

Eric and his wife, Terri, live in Queensland, Australia. They have three daughters and many grandchildren.

About the project
We converted the ebook version from a supplied PDF to be distributed through all vendors.

The resources for this book are available at Rodin Educational Resources.

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9780957703773

Author: Eric Frangenheim
Epub ISBN: 978-0-9577037-7-3
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The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears gives teachers a powerful lesson plan to encourage higher-order thinking using thinking tools in classrooms. Teachers can choose to either follow the lesson plan step-by-step, or alternatively adapt it to suit their intended curriculum unit or area of study.

The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears begins with a light-hearted story; a reimagined all-Australian version of the classic nursery story where Goldilocks and the three bears must learn how to get along. After reading the short story sequel, teachers are shown how to create a lesson plan to promote thinking tools in the classroom with the goal to create a vibrant and meaningful learning environment. The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bear includes visual presentation material, critical-thinking activities and extension activities.

Students work in groups of four to think more deeply about the events before, during and after Goldilocks' break-in. Teachers will show students how to track Goldilocks' attempts at redemption for her youthful indiscretion and achieve reconciliation with the Bear family.

The fast-paced lesson is activity-based with clear instructions for teachers concerning the activity (what students are doing), the cognitive reasons for each activity (why they are doing this) and, most important, the thinking tool (how they are scaffolding their thinking).

Teachers will be prompted to make use of appropriate and co-operative thinking tools such as the KWL, Noisy Round robin, Double Bubble Map, Silent Card Shuffle, Think:Pair:Share, PCQ (Pros, Cons, Questions), Tournament Prioritiser, Y Chart, Inner-Outer Circle, and the Hot Potato.

Other skills and dispositions are encouraged throughout the lesson plan with the underlying theme that a mistake or transgression (e.g. break-and-enter and disobeying clear instructions from parents) can be resolved and lead to more positive outcomes. The moral of the story is that if one makes a mistake, the sun will still come up tomorrow.

Hopefully, our students and children will adopt a more positive state of mind and wish to contribute to creating a better world.

All this is achieved under the umbrella of Eric Frangenheim's Thinking Skills Framework, where the students are taught Bloom's Taxonomy in about seven minutes and are then regularly asked to identify the Bloom's level for each question or activity used in the lesson.

Teachers often express amazement that students in Years 3 or 4 and upwards have little difficult in linking the task verb of each question to the appropriate level of Blooms.

This resource gives teachers a lesson plan they can follow or adapt for a productive and fun day of learning.

About the author

Eric Frangenheim is a leading Australian educational consultant and author, committed to promoting the use of thinking tools in classrooms and corporate settings. Eric has worked across the globe in the education sector since starting out as a high school teacher in 1970 and going on to work as head of department and then deputy principal. In Australia, Eric was appointed an education advisor for gifted and talented students by the Department of Education, Queensland. He then coordinated the gifted and talented program at an independent school in Brisbane, Queensland.

Since 1995, Eric has been an independent education consultant and is the director of Rodin Educational Consultancy. His consultancy takes him to schools all over Australia and New Zealand, presenting teacher workshops and demonstration lessons. He is often a guest presenter at universities and hosts workshops in the corporate world. Eric has also presented in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, The Republic of Nauru, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, the USA, Indonesia and India.

Through his work, Eric aims to inspire educators and leaders to create vibrant learning environments. His passion is to support teachers to infuse thinking tools into the daily curriculum, to empower all learners to think more vibrantly and independently.

As an author, Eric has published his best-selling book for teachers, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies: How to Create Your Thinking Classroom with 42 Practical and Engaging Thinking Tools (11th edition), which has sold more than 35,000 copies. Eric's other books include his lesson plan template resource for Primary teachers, The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, as well as his new books for teachers, corporates and parents, Cartoon Conversations (on teaching, learning and life) and Thinking Tools Templates (projectable for your whiteboard). For more information, please visit Eric's website at www.rodineducation.com.au.

Eric and his wife, Terri, live in Queensland, Australia. They have three daughters and many grandchildren.

About the project
We converted the ebook version from a supplied PDF to be distributed through all vendors.

The resources for this book are available at Rodin Educational Resources.

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9780987464033Author: Eric Frangenheim
Epub ISBN: 978-0-9874640-3-3
Mobi ISBN: 978-0-9874640-2-6
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9577037-6-6
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The 11th print edition of Eric Frangenheim's best-selling book, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies, has sold more than 35,000 copies and remains a trusted and inspiring resource for teachers from prep to university. A highly practical guide and motivational read, Reflections will help every teacher and leader feel more confident in weaving thinking tools intro everyday learning to create their thinking classroom.

Everything in this book was forged and tested in the classroom. It is a book about teaching, by teachers, for teachers. It is designed to encourage passion for teaching with an eye on that all-important ingredient called FUN!

Reflections shares Eric's favourite thinking tools with step-by-step guides to apply them to any classroom task and environment, no matter the subject, year level or student proficiency. Reflections also shares Eric's classroom observations and advice for motivated educators, taken from his experience over 25 years working as an educational consultant in classrooms, staff rooms and workshop settings across Australia and New Zealand. Prior to his consultancy work, Eric worked as a history teacher and then deputy principal over 20 years.

Eric's Thinking Skills Framework is at the heart of his work, and in this book he shares how vital this structure is for explicit teaching and for enabling students to be proactive, independent and vibrant thinkers. Eric will show you how to embrace this Thinking Skills Framework and make it the core of your lessons. This Framework will not only help you as an educator simplify your lesson planning and assessment design, but also help your students to understand the structure of thinking (from foundation to higher-order thinking) and teach them to know when, how and why to tackle a task using the appropriate thinking tools.

About the author

Eric Frangenheim is a leading Australian educational consultant and author, committed to promoting the use of thinking tools in classrooms and corporate settings. Eric has worked across the globe in the education sector since starting out as a high school teacher in 1970 and going on to work as head of department and then deputy principal. In Australia, Eric was appointed an education advisor for gifted and talented students by the Department of Education, Queensland. He then coordinated the gifted and talented program at an independent school in Brisbane, Queensland.

Since 1995, Eric has been an independent education consultant and is the director of Rodin Educational Consultancy. His consultancy takes him to schools all over Australia and New Zealand, presenting teacher workshops and demonstration lessons. He is often a guest presenter at universities and hosts workshops in the corporate world. Eric has also presented in South Africa, Papua New Guinea, The Republic of Nauru, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, the USA, Indonesia and India.

Through his work, Eric aims to inspire educators and leaders to create vibrant learning environments. His passion is to support teachers to infuse thinking tools into the daily curriculum, to empower all learners to think more vibrantly and independently.

As an author, Eric has published his best-selling book for teachers, Reflections on Classroom Thinking Strategies: How to Create Your Thinking Classroom with 42 Practical and Engaging Thinking Tools (11th edition), which has sold more than 35,000 copies. Eric's other books include his lesson plan template resource for Primary teachers, The Reconciliation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, as well as his new books for teachers, corporates and parents, Cartoon Conversations (on teaching, learning and life) and Thinking Tools Templates (projectable for your whiteboard). For more information, please visit Eric's website at www.rodineducation.com.au.

Eric and his wife, Terri, live in Queensland, Australia. They have three daughters and many grandchildren.

About the project
We converted the ebook version from a supplied PDF to be distributed through all vendors.

The resources for this book are available at Rodin Educational Resources.

 

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9780648088035

Author: Michelle Montebello
Epub ISBN: 978-0-6480880-3-5
Mobi ISBN: 978-0-6480880-4-2
Print ISBN: 978-0-6480880-5-9

Ebook published date: 23rd February 2018
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*A House of Lies is a continuing read from Interwoven, not a standalone book*

From the author of Interwoven comes the second book in the Belle Hamilton series, A House of Lies. Praise for Interwoven: "A truly beautiful, heart wrenching, tearful, but gripping read. A book I won't ever forget!!" - iTunes

"The ending was fantastic!! Sad, tragic, realistic. Get the tissues ready." - Goodreads

"A great story, fast paced and full of romance and action." - Amazon

Belle Hamilton is struggling to find her feet. She's trying to move on from that terrifying night in Paris a year ago but is finding it difficult. She’s plagued with nightmares and her long-distance relationship to Italian boyfriend, Andrea, is challenging.

When her father suffers a heart attack, Belle rushes to his bedside and overhears a whispered conversation that was never meant for her. A flood of revelations follows and suddenly, Belle’s entire world is turned upside down. More importantly, the mysterious death surrounding Riley’s mother thirty years earlier, comes into question. Was her death an accident? Did she jump or was she pushed? And why is nobody talking?

Belle and Riley embark on a quest to Scotland for answers. Amidst the raw beauty of the Highlands, they must unravel the past and piece together secrets that were carefully buried three decades ago. They are confronted with lies, betrayal, secrecy and the biggest mystery of all; what really happened to Bridget Alexander?

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Author: Rob Grenville
Epub ISBN: 978-1-9256356-6-9
Mobi ISBN: 978-1-9256356-7-6
Ebook published date: 20 December 2017
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We converted a <120,000 word Microsoft Word document to epub and mobi as well as designed a cover.
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Author: Melissa Bruijn and Debby Gould
Epub ISBN: 978-0-9923516-1-8
Mobi ISBN: 978-0-9923516-2-5
Ebook published date: 15 December 2017
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Author: Kevin Stone
Epub ISBN: 978-1-925635-05-8
Mobi ISBN: 978-1-925635-06-5
Print ISBN: 978-1-925635-04-1
Print published date: 6 June 2017
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Ebook published date: 6 June 2017
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We started by providing a comprehensive line edit of his +80,000 word manuscript, then we moved to the cover design. With the print edition completed we distributed it via our print-on-demand service. We also did the ebook conversion and aggregated it on the main four vendors.
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