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Gifted Testing Flash Cards – General Knowledge for Pre-K – Kindergarten – Gifted and Talented Educational Toy Practice for CogAT, OLSAT, Iowa, SCAT, WISC, ERB, WPPSI, AABL, Woodcock-Johnson and more

TestingMom.com Gifted Testing Flash Cards – General Knowledge include 72 cards covering over 1,000 concepts and vocabualry words conveyed through playful parent-child interaction. Improve your child’s: Knowledge of Information Comprehension Classification (What belongs together!) Vocabulary School Readiness IQ and Achievement Test Readiness Strengthen Skills for Early TestingTeach children the concepts they need for gifted and […]

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Strategies That Work, 3rd edition: Teaching Comprehension for Engagement, Understanding, and Building Knowledge, Grades K-8

In this new edition of their groundbreaking book Strategies That Work, Stephanie Harvey and Anne Goudvis share the work and thinking they’ve done since the second edition came out a decade ago and offer new perspectives on how to explicitly teach thinking strategies so that students become engaged, thoughtful, independent readers. Thirty new lessons and […]

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Educational Technology in Practice: Research and Practical Case Studies from the Field (Educational Design and Technology in the Knowledge Society)

The field of educational technology is one that requires a high level of problem solving critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to solve problems that are often complex and multi-dimensional. Analyzing cases provides an opportunity to explore professional issues through an environment that allows action researchers, practitioners and students to analyze and reflect on relevant theories […]

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Why Knowledge Matters: Rescuing Our Children from Failed Educational Theories

In Why Knowledge Matters, influential scholar E. D. Hirsch, Jr., addresses critical issues in contemporary education reform and shows how cherished truisms about education and child development have led to unintended and negative consequences.   Hirsch, author of The Knowledge Deficit, draws on recent findings in neuroscience and data from France to provide new evidence […]

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