Teaching in Inclusive School Environments Ed2

Teaching in Inclusive School Envrironments Edition 2 was a big job done in a very short time, but we got it completed for David Barlow Publishing prior to the deadline.

This book provides pre-service and new in-service teachers with content that will help them understand inclusive classrooms, and strategies that will cater for a diversity of student needs. It considers teaching in early childhood, primary, and secondary settings.

Rather than focussing on discrete cohorts of students this second edition considers inclusive classrooms and practices within a more diverse population. Chapters include an historical overview, anti-discrimination legislation and educational policy directives and theoretical aspects of inclusion.

Inclusive practice at a classroom and whole school is considered in the context of Universal Design for Learning.

June 26, 2017


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Updated Economics 2017 Part C

David Barlow Publishing’s yearly three-part Updated Economics series provides material written within one to six months of initial use and is designed to assist students and staff in Senior Secondary Schools in keeping pace with developments in Economics.

It aims to provide a coherent blend of current events and basic content, and reflects the view that understanding current economic debates is an essential objective in any introductory course in Economics.

This 2017 Edition Part C focusses on the 2017–2018 Federal Budget, offers a state of the economy update, and includes revision exercises and study units.

June 23, 2017


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World of Diversity Ed2

We’ve completed a few books for David Barlow Publishing recently, this being the first one.

The engaging text book guides students to complete the revised (2017–2021) Victorian Certificate of Education study of Religion and Society Unit 1.

Its teaching and learning sequence is developed around the areas of study and outcomes of the unit, with a focus on three key knowledge areas: common aspects that give expression to religious and spiritual experiences; ideas and philosophies of prehistoric and ancient religious traditions; and Australia as a multi-religious nation.

Students will grow in their understanding of the nature and purpose of religions and develop an appreciation and knowledge of the diversity of religions in their schools, neighbourhoods and our diverse world.

June 3, 2017


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The Wrong Hit

Streetwise Michael—known as Clicker to those in the know—has never had much more than a little spare change from selling drugs around the neighbourhood. What with his father’s low-wage job and gambling problem, Michael is lucky to have a roof over his head. But when his supplier dies, he is confronted with an enormous opportunity—to take the man’s place in the vast network of Chicago’s drug kingpins, where Sparky reigns supreme. It’s just in time, too, because the thugs are knocking on his door and someone has to pay his father’s debt.

As the vicious and filthy rich underbelly of Chicago opens its doors to him, Michael is drawn deeper into that greedy, lawless land. Everywhere he looks is another chance to make it big … and another chance to cut down his enemies. With stealth, strategy, and a bit of luck, Michael increases his turf until his power begins to rival Sparky’s own.

Michael is a patient leader, thoughtful and generous with his men but brutal to his enemies. When his brother is gunned down for no apparent reason, Michael’s first instinct is that it must have been the wrong hit. But as he hunts down the men behind his brother’s death, Michael’s rage only grows … and with it, his thirst for blood.

This modern crime novel by Nour Saraya is as gripping as any you might find on the best seller list.

May 23, 2017


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Thought Leaders Practice

We’ve recently facilitated an improved reprint of this book for Thought Leaders.

An expert is someone who knows something. A thought leader is someone who is known for knowing something. If you can leverage your personal brand as an expert, you can build a practice that helps you make the difference you were born to make.

This book shows you how to take what you know and develop it into an advice-based professional consulting practice. Inside the authors unpack a step-by-step process that will help you build a ‘business’ around brand you.

It is the perfect book for people who are entrepreneurial, but don’t want to manage a team of staff or launch a business with huge capital outlays.

This book, written by three ‘black belt’ thought leaders, will enable you to:

  • Earn $500,000 to $1,500,000 a year working 50-200 days with 1 or 2 support staff.
  • Move from being a low-paid coach, speaker, trainer, author, facilitator or consultant to one who is richly rewarded for the value they bring to others.
  • Shift from employee to thought leader.
  • Learn from a range of thought leaders who have successfully implemented this methodology.

May 10, 2017


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