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Writing Your Dissertation Literature Review: A Step-by-Step Guide (Essay and Thesis Writing Book 8)

by Grant Andrews

A quick and easy guide to writing a literature review for your master’s or doctoral dissertation

This short guide will give you the tools you need write a literature review, no matter what your field of study is. If you’re doing your master’s or doctoral thesis, you need to present a good, detailed literature review in your final dissertation. Often, this can be confusing, and it’s hard to find simple, clear instructions on what should go into your literature review.

In this short guide, you’ll learn how to structure your literature review, how to choose good subheadings, what the logical flow should look like and how much reading you should be doing for your study.

Whether you’re writing a research paper, proposal, or a master’s or doctoral thesis, this guide will be useful for making sure that you start your journey of academic writing on the right foot. You’ll be able to master this skill in just over 30 minutes. The guide is written by Dr. Grant Andrews, who has been teaching academic writing for years, and who knows the common pitfalls that students experience in academic writing.

This book is part of the Essay and Thesis Writing Series. You can find out more about the series at

The painted fish learns: The colours

by Antonios Georgiou

Help your little one learn the colours! This books contains 22 different colours and is perfect for preschool learning. Engage your toddler through interactive content. A perfect gift idea for any toddler.

Research On and Activities For Mathematically Gifted Students (ICME-13 Topical Surveys)

by Florence Mihaela Singer

This book is open access under a CC BY licenseThis Topical Survey offers a brief overview of the current state of research on and activities for mathematically gifted students around the world. This is of interest to a broad readership, including educational researchers, research mathematicians, mathematics teachers, teacher educators, curriculum designers, doctoral students, and other stakeholders. It first discusses research concerning the nature of mathematical giftedness, including theoretical frameworks and methodologies that are helpful in identifying and/or creating mathematically gifted students, which is described in this section. It also focuses on research on and the development of mathematical talent and innovation in students, including connections between cognitive, social and affective aspects of mathematically gifted students. Exemplary teaching and learning practices, curricula and a variety of programs that contribute to the development of mathematical talent, gifts, and passion are described as well as the pedagogy and mathematics content suitable for educating pre-service and in-service teachers of mathematically gifted students. The final section provides a brief summary of the paper along with suggestions for the research, activities, and resources that should be available to support mathematically gifted students and their teachers, parents, and other stakeholders.

It Happens in the Hallway

by Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson and Sam Stecher have served as teachers, coaches, and administrators. They have provided instruction, training, and leadership at every level from elementary school to university institutions. Through as well as the opportunity to speak at conferences and schools Mark and Sam have been able to connect with thousands of educators nationwide. This endeavor began years ago in a little coffee shop where two good friends would get together to talk about how being a teacher was going. Logically it grew beyond the classroom to changing the world. And that conversation never really stopped. It Happens In The Hallway is an extension of those conversations. Consider this your invitation to join in with us.

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