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NOUVEAUTÉS EN OCTOBRE 2017 À LA BIBLIOTHÈQUE MARGARET-WILSON

100+ idées pour aider les élèves en difficulté à l'école primaire
by Deman, Isabelle,
Paris : Tom pousse, 2011, 2015.

140 twitter tips for educators : get connected, grow your professional learning network, and reinvigorate your career
by Currie, Brad
San Diego, CA: Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc.; c2016.

25 activités d'évaluation pour la classe différenciée : pour vérifier rapidement la compréhension en cours d'apprentissage
by Dodge, Judith,, Dodge, Judith. 25 quick formative assessments for a differentiated classroom., Ducharme, Mélanie,
Montréal (Québec) Canada : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

Ace your teacher interview : 149 fantastic answers to tough interview questions
by Fredericks, Anthony D.,
[Indianapolis, IN] : Blue River Press, 2016.

Ace your teacher resume (and cover letter)
by Fredericks, Anthony D.,
Indianapolis, Indiana : Blue River Press, 2017.

Apprentissage inversé
by Bergmann, Jonathan., Sams, Aaron., Girard, Marc-André,, Bergmann, Jonathan Flipped learning: Gateway to student engagement
[Repentigny] : Les Éditions Reynald Goulet, [2015].

Becoming a literacy leader : supporting learning and change
by Allen, Jennifer, 1969-
Portland, Maine : Stenhouse Publishers, [2016]

The big book of nature activities : a year-round guide to outdoor learning
by Rodenburg, Jacob, 1960-,, Monkman, Drew, 1952-,
Gabriola, BC : New Society Publishers, 2016.

The bridge to school : aligning teaching with development for ages four to six
by Bainer, Claire Copenhagen, 1951-, Hale, Liisa, 1953-, Myers, Gail,
New York : Routledge, 2017.

A Comprehensive Guide to Getting Hired Teaching : Achieve Your Ideal Teaching Position
by Heleno, Carlos,
Bloomington, Indiana : iUniverse, 2017.

Developing young children's mathematical learning outdoors : linking pedagogy and practice
by Keith, Lynda.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2018.

En route vers les étoiles
by Urbain, Jean-Pierre, 1946-,
Montréal : Éditions MultiMondes, 2016.

Enfin, je comprends! : trucs, approches et techniques pour apprendre et faire apprendre
by Patry, Johanne, 1955-,
Québec, Québec, Canada : Éditions MultiMondes, [2013]

Enseigner autrement avec le mind mapping : cartes mentales et conceptuelles
by Mongin, Pierre, 1948-, De Broek, Fabienne,
Malakoff : Dunod, [2016]

Enseigner autrement avec le numérique
by Cherif, Sami,, Gekiere, Geoffrey,
Paris : Dunod, [2017]

Enseigner l'éducation musicale à l'école primaire
by Schoen, Pierre-Jean.

Enseigner l'EPS à l'école primaire
by Durand, Claire,, Richard, Daniel, 1944-
Malakoff : Dunod, [2016]

Enseigner, c'est génial ! : un enseignant inspirant partage ses idées pédagogiques
by Laroche, Louis, 1965-
Montréal (Québec) Canada : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

Établir des milieux scolaires sains et inclusifs : partenariat avec les parents, les tutrices et les tuteurs.
by Centre ontarien de prévention des agressions (COPA), Fédération des enseignantes et des enseignants de l'Ontario.
Toronto, ON : Centre ontarien de prévention des agressions, 2015.

Gérer ses émotions et s'affirmer positivement : programme Multi-propulsions, volet Mieux vivre avec les autres

by Verret, Claudia, 1975-,, Massé, Line, 1960-,, Lévesque, Manon, 1979-,
Montréal : Chenelière éducation, 2017.

I wish my teacher knew : how one question can change everything for our kids
by Schwartz, Kyle,
Boston, MA : Da Capo Lifelong Books, a member of the Perseus Books Group, 2016

Idées de sciences, idées sur la science : pour enseigner les sciences de la maternelle à la 3e : pour éclairer la mise en oeuvre du Socle commun
by Working with big ideas of science education., Harlen, Wynne, 1937-, Léna, Pierre, 1937-, Bell, Derek, 1950-, Labonde, Mathieu
Paris : Éditions Le Pommier, [2015]

Inclusive education : stories of success and hope in a Canadian context
by Stegemann, Kim J. Calder, 1960-, AuCoin, Angèla, 1968-,
Toronto : Pearson Canada, 2018.

Indian school road : legacies of the Shubenacadie Residential School
by Benjamin, Chris, 1975-
Halifax, NS : Nimbus Publishing, [2014]

J'ai peur de savoir lire
by Solminihac, Olivier de, 1976-, Baily, Juliette
Paris : L'école des loisirs, [2016]

J'enseigne la lecture au primaire : meilleures pratiques pour maximiser mon sentiment de réussite en classe
by Scoggin, Jennifer,, Brassard, Geneviève, 1981-, Scoggin, Jennifer. Be fabulous.
Montréal (Québec) Canada : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

L'album jeunesse, un trésor à exploiter : concepts clés et activités pour maximiser le potentiel pédagogique des albums
by Poulin, Andrée, 1960-
Montréal (Québec) Canada : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

La gestion de classe : une compétence à développer
by Nault, Thérèse, 1949-, Lacourse, France,
Anjou (Québec) Canada : Les Éditions CEC, [2016]

La tactique de la craie : 25 stratégies de survie à l'usage des enseignants
by Resch, Dominique
Paris : Éditions Autrement, [2015]

Le sel de nos larmes
by Sepetys, Ruta.
Paris : Gallimard, 2016.

The leader's guide to coaching in schools : creating conditions for effective learning.
by Campbell, John (Leadership coach), Nieuwerburgh, Christian van,, Knight, Jim,
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, 2018

Les ateliers de lecture et d'écriture au quotidien : conseils et stratégies issus de plus de 40 ans d'expérience en enseignement

by Atwell, Nancie,, Gagnon-Roberge, Sophie,, Nadon, Yves, 1956-, Atwell, Nancie. In the middle.
Montréal (Québec) Canada : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

Lit up : one reporter, three schools, twenty-four books that can change lives
by Denby, David, 1943-
New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2016.

Mémorisons l'orthographe : stratégies de gestion mentale, activités, jeux et démarche d'enseignement
by Racicot, José,, Forté, Luce,
Montréal (Québec) : Chenelière éducation, [2017]

Messy Maths : A playful, outdoor approach for early years.
by Robertson, Juliet.
Carmarthen : Independent Thinking Press, Crown House Publishing, 2017.

Mindset : changing the way you think to fulfill your potential
by Dweck, Carol S., 1946-.
London : Robinson, 2017.

Mission Katy Cosmik
by Venise, 1954-,, Marsi, 1963-,
Montréal : Québec Amérique, [2016]

Month-by-month phonics for second grade
by Hall, Dorothy P., Cunningham, Patricia Marr.
Greensboro, North Carolina : Carson-Dellosa Publishing Co., c2008.

Nanuktalva : roman
by Dubois, Gilles, 1945-,
Ottawa (Ontario) : David, [2016]

The next step forward in guided reading : an assess-decide-guide framework for supporting every reader
by Richardson, Jan,
New York, NY : Scholastic, [2016]

Number talks : whole number computation
by Parrish, Sherry,
Sausalito, California, USA : Math Solutions, [2014]

Papillons de l'ombre
by Grimaud, Agnès, 1969-,, Lavoie, Camille, 1967-,
Saint-Lambert (Québec) : Dominique et compagnie, [2014]

Prévention du harcèlement et des violences scolaires : prévenir, agir, réagir...
by Humbeeck, Bruno, Lahaye, Willy, Berger, Maxime
Louvain-la-Neuve : de boeck, [2016].

Renegade leadership : creating innovative schools for digital-age students
by Gustafson, Brad,, Couros, George,
Thousand Oaks, CA : Corwin, a SAGE Company, [2017]

Symptoms of being human
by Garvin, Jeff.
New York : Balzer + Bray, 2016.

Teaching in a nutshell : navigating your teacher education program as a student teacher
by Kosnik, Clare Madott., Beck, Clive.
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2011

Transgender children and youth : cultivating pride and joy with families in transition
by Nealy, Elijah C.,
New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, [2017]

Un voyage palpitant sur la colline du Parlement : la responsabilité de respecter les droits des autres
by Milligan, Dustin, 1984-, Luce, Meredith, 1988-,
Ottawa : DC Canada Education Publishing, 2016.

Under control : social media at professional bodies
by Professional Associations Research Network (Great Britain)
[Bristol] : Parn, c2015.

Visioning a Mi'kmaw humanities : indigenizing the academy
by Battiste, Marie, 1949-
Sydney, Nova Scotia : Cape Breton University Press, [2016]

1,000 words to sign
by Poor, Geoffrey S.
San Diego, CA : Thunder Bay Press, c2010.

The 20time project : How educators can launch Google's formula for future-ready innovation
by Brookhouser, Kevin.
San Bernardino, Calif. : 20time.org, 2014.

Adding English : a guide to teaching in multilingual classrooms
by Coelho, Elizabeth.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, [2016]

After the end : teaching and learning creative revision
by Lane, Barry, 1955-
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, [2016]

Becoming a teacher
by Parkay, Forrest W.,, Vaillancourt, John P.,
Don Mills, Ontario : Pearson Canada Inc., [2018]

Building equity : policies and practices to empower all learners
by Smith, Dominique,, Frey, Nancy, 1959-, Pumpian, Ian,, Fisher, Douglas, 1965-
Alexandria, Virginia : ASCD, [2017]

But why does it work? : mathematical argument in the elementary classroom
by Russell, Susan Jo.
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, [2017]

Canada & Beyond. Grade 1, The local community
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2014.

Canada & beyond. Grade 2, Global communities
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2014

Canada & beyond. Grade 3, Communities in Canada 1780-1850
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2014

Canada & beyond. Grade 5, Role of government & responsible citizenship
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2015

Canada & beyond. Grade 6, Communities in Canada, past & present
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2015

Canada & beyond: grade 4 : early societies, 3000 BCE - 1500 CE
by Bowman, Joni, Spiers, Amy.
Burlington, ON : Learning Tree Educational ; 2016

Classroom yoga breaks : brief exercises to create calm
by Goldberg, Louise, 1950-
New York : W.W Norton & Company, [2017]

Culturally responsive teaching and the brain : promoting authentic engagement and rigor among culturally and linguistically diverse students
by Hammond, Zaretta., Jackson, Yvette.
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a SAGE company, [2015]

The curious classroom : 10 structures for teaching with student-directed inquiry
by Daniels, Harvey, 1947-, McGregor, Tanny,
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, [2017]

Developing self-regulating learners
by Butler, Deborah Lynne, 1958-, Perry, Nancy E. (Nancy Ellen), 1962-, Schnellert, Leyton,
Toronto : Pearson, [2017]

Elementary and middle school mathematics : teaching developmentally
by Van de Walle, John A., Bay-Williams, Jennifer M., McGarvey, Lynn M., Karp, Karen S.
Toronto : Pearson Canada, 2016.

ELL frontiers : using technology to enhance instruction for English learners
by Parris, Heather,, Estrada, Lisa,, Honigsfeld, Andrea M.,
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, [2017]

Emotional agility : get unstuck, embrace change, and thrive in work and life
by David, Susan A.,
London : Penguin Life, 2016.

Engineering instruction for high-ability learners in K-8 classrooms
by Dailey, Debbie, 1963-, Cotabish, Alicia,
Waco, Texas : Prufrock Press, Inc., [2017]

Explorations in elementary school science : practice and theory, K-8
by Pedretti, Erminia,, Bellomo, Katherine,, Jagger, Susan,
Toronto : Pearson, [2015].

Good thinking : teaching argument, persuasion, and reason
by Palmer, Erik, 1953-
Portland, Maine : Stenhouse Publishers, [2016]

The hidden life of trees : what they feel, how they communicate--discoveries from a secret world
by Wohlleben, Peter, 1964-, Flannery, Tim F. (Tim Fridtjof), 1956-, Simard, S. (Suzanne), Billinghurst, Jane, 1958-
Vancouver, B.C. : David Suzuki Institute : Greystone Books, 2016.

A history teaching toolbox : practical strategies for the secondary classroom

by Tarr, Russel,
[Seattle, Washington?] : [CreateSpace, a DBA of On-Demand Publishing], 2016.

How the brain learns

by Sousa, David A.,
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a Sage Publishing Company, [2017]

How to raise an amazing child the Montessori way
by Seldin, Tim, 1946-
New York : Dorling Kindersley Publishing, 2017.

The inconvenient student : critical issues in the identification and education of twice-exceptional students
by Postma, Michael.
Unionville, New York : Royal Fireworks Press, 2017

Inquiring into inquiry learning and teaching in science
by Minstrell, James Arthur., Van Zee, Emily H., American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Washington, D.C. : American Association for the Advancement of Science, c2000.

The language of learning : teaching students core thinking, listening, and speaking skills
by Wilson, Margaret Berry., Hodges, Lora M., Responsive classroom.
Turner Falls, Massachusetts : Northeast Foundation for Children, Incorporated, 2014.

Lead like a pirate : make school amazing for your students and staff
by Burgess, Shelley,, Houf, Beth,
San Diego, CA : Dave Burgess Consulting, Inc., [2017]

Leadership for green schools : sustainability for our children, our communities, and our planet
by Kensler, Lisa A. W.,, Uline, Cynthia L.,
New York : Routledge, 2017

Learning and teaching together : weaving Indigenous ways of knowing into education
by Tanaka, Michele T. D., 1959-, Cajete, Gregory, 1952-
Vancouver : UBC Press, [2016]

Let's talk, lifelong language learning
by Green, Michael,, Marshall Gray, Pamela,, Remigio, Sonia C.,, Turcotte, Marie,
Anjou (Québec) Canada : CEC Publishing, [2013]

Literacy 101 : questions and answers that meet the needs of real teachers
by Booth, David W. (David Wallace), 1938-,
Markham, Ontario : Pembroke, 2016.

Living treaties : narrating Mi'kmaw treaty relations
by Battiste, Marie, 1949-, Augustine, Stephen J. (Stephen Joseph), 1949- Negotiating for life and survival.
Sydney, Nova Scotia : Cape Breton University Press, [2016]

Mathematics through play in the early years
by Tucker, Kate,
Los Angeles : SAGE, [2014]

Media literacy in the K-12 classroom
by Baker, Frank W.,
Eugene, Oregon : International Society for Technology in Education, [2016]

Mindful assessment : the 6 essential fluencies of innovative learning
by Crockett, Lee., Churches, Andrew.
Bloomington, IN : Solution Tree Press, [2017]

Month-by-month phonics for second grade
by Hall, Dorothy P., Cunningham, Patricia Marr.
Greensboro, North Carolina : Carson-Dellosa Publishing Co., c2008.

Owning up : empowering adolescents to confront social cruelty, bullying, and injustice
by Wiseman, Rosalind, 1969-
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, A SAGE Publishing Company/AMLE, [2017]

The power of conversation : transforming principals into great leaders

by Kohm, Barbara,
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017

Pushing the Limits : How Schools Can Prepare Our Children Today for the Challenges of Tomorrow
by Gallagher-Mackay, Kelly,, Steinhauer, Nancy,
[Canada] : Doubleday Canada, [2017]

The Revision Toolbox : teaching techniques that work

by Heard, Georgia,
Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, [2014]

Sitting still like a frog : mindfulness exercises for kids (and their parents)
by Snel, Eline
Boston : Shambhala, 2013

Starting strong : evidence-based early literacy practices
by Blamey, Katrin L.,, Beauchat, Katherine A.,
Portland, Me. : Stenhouse Publishers, [2016]

Teaching literacy in the visible learning classroom : 6-12 classroom companion to Visibile Learning for Literacy
by Fisher, Douglas, 1965-, Frey, Nancy, 1959-, Hattie, John,, Thayre, Marisol,
Thousand Oaks, California : Corwin, a SAGE Company, [2017]

THINQ 7-9 : inquiry-based learning in the intermediate classroom
by Watt, Jennifer, 1965-,, Fuller, Heidi,, Terro, Wendy,
Toronto : Wave Learning Solutions, 2017.

The Ultimate dance education kit : elementary
by Spratt, Kim Erin.
Toronto : InspirEd Arts Resources, 2016

Using reading to teach a world language : strategies and activities
by Spangler, Donna,, Mazzante, John Alex,
New York : Routledge, 2015


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