Born on a Blue Day gives a fascinating insight into the mind of a young autistic savant.
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“Math for Moms and Dads” will be a valuable book for parents who struggle to help their children with math homework.
Computers in school are disruptive – but that’s not a bad thing, according to this book.
“How Computer Games Help Children Learn” is an interesting look at the world of learning games.
This book gives an interesting insight into cultural and ethnic practices in Singapore.
The Crazy Makers explores the dietary reasons why students perform below potential at school and why the rate of emotional crises is increasing.
This book is an extensive overview of the current literature on adult learning, with some added perspectives on the cultural context of learning.
Rafe Esquith’s story about his grade 5 Hobart Shakespeareans is inspiring and thought provoking. It’s certainly worth a read.