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5 Practices for Orchestrating Productive Mathematics Discussions [NCTM]

Margaret Schwan Smith Mary Kay Stein

2011    104 pages    (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)

DDC: 510.71    LCC: QA41.4

OCLC: 703623758    LCCN: 2011007321    ISBN 13: 9780873536776    ISBN 10: 0873536770

Learn the 5 practices for facilitating effective inquiry-oriented classroomsAnticipating what students will do--what strategies they will use--in solving a problem Monitoring their work as they approach the problem in classSelecting students whose strategies are worth discussing in classSequencing those students' presentations to maximize their potential to increase students' learningConnecting the strategies and ideas in a way that helps students understand the mathematics learnedThis book [...]

Learn the 5 practices for facilitating effective inquiry-oriented classroomsAnticipating what students will do--what strategies they will use--in solving a problem Monitoring their work as they approach the problem in classSelecting students whose strategies are worth discussing in classSequencing those students' presentations to maximize their potential to increase students' learningConnecting the strategies and ideas in a way that helps students understand the mathematics learnedThis book presents and discusses an framework for orchestrating mathematically productive discussions that are rooted in student thinking. The 5 Practices framework identifies a set of instructional practices that will help teachers achieve high-demand learning objectives by using student work as the launching point for discussions in which important mathematical ideas are brought to the surface, contradictions are exposed, and understandings are developed or consolidated. By giving teachers a road map of things that they can do in advance and during whole-class discussions, these practices have the potential for helping teachers to more effectively orchestrate discussions that are responsive to both students and the discipline.Includes a Professional Development Guide. [less]

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6 + 1 Traits of Writing: The Complete Guide for the Primary Grades

Ruth Culham

2005    304 pages    (Teaching Resources)

DDC: 372.623    LCC: LB1528

OCLC: 60786598    LCCN: 2005283510    ISBN 13: 9780439574129    ISBN 10: 0439574129

Why has the 6+1 TRAIT model had such a tremendous impact on writing instruction? Because it works. It allows teachers to pinpoint students’ strengths and weaknesses in ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation, and focus instruction. Now Culham turns her expert eye to our youngest students. Like her groundbreaking guide for grades 3 and up, her new book contains scoring guides, sample papers, and focus lessons for each trait, but framed to [...]

Why has the 6+1 TRAIT model had such a tremendous impact on writing instruction? Because it works. It allows teachers to pinpoint students’ strengths and weaknesses in ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation, and focus instruction. Now Culham turns her expert eye to our youngest students. Like her groundbreaking guide for grades 3 and up, her new book contains scoring guides, sample papers, and focus lessons for each trait, but framed to address K–2 teachers’ needs. For use with Grades K-2. [less]

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6 + 1 Traits of Writing: The Complete Guide, Grades 3 and Up

Ruth Culham

304 pages    (Scholastic Professional Books)

DDC: 372.623    LCC: LB1576

OCLC: 51480866    LCCN: 2004272693    ISBN 13: 9780439280389    ISBN 10: 0439280389

These powerful models give you everything you need to assess and teach young writers.

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10 Days to Multiplication Mastery: And More (A Commutative Approach)

Marion W. Stuart

1997    127 pages    (Learning Wrap-Ups)

DDC: 372.7    LCC: QA135.5

OCLC: 37785656    ISBN 13: 9780943343693    ISBN 10: 0943343690

LWU710 This 132 page workbook subtitles, "A Commutative Approach" contains a 10 day lesson plan that helps students learn multiplication tables faster than ever before. Included are recording charts, worksheets, activities and homework assignments. This system visually teaches commutative properties and helps the student realize that they know twice as much as originally thought. This unique resource works best when used with Learning Wrap-ups.

LWU710 This 132 page workbook subtitles, "A Commutative Approach" contains a 10 day lesson plan that helps students learn multiplication tables faster than ever before. Included are recording charts, worksheets, activities and homework assignments. This system visually teaches commutative properties and helps the student realize that they know twice as much as originally thought. This unique resource works best when used with Learning Wrap-ups. [less]

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40 Reproducible Forms for the Writing Traits Classroom (Scholastic Teaching Strategies, Grades 3 and Up)

Ruth Culham, Amanda Wheeler

2003    64 pages    (Scholastic)

DDC: 372.6    LCC: LB1576

OCLC: 54811976    ISBN 13: 9780439556842    ISBN 10: 0439556848

Checklists, graphic organizers, rubrics and scoring sheets and more to boost students’ writing skills in all seven traits.

Checklists, graphic organizers, rubrics and scoring sheets and more to boost students’ writing skills in all seven traits. [less]

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99 Ideas and Activities for Teaching English Learners with the SIOP Model

MaryEllen Vogt, Jana Echevarria

2007    208 pages    (Pearson)

DDC: 428.0071    LCC: PE1128.A2

OCLC: 123559234    LCCN: 2007298019    ISBN 13: 9780205521067    ISBN 10: 0205521061

The Perfect Companion to Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP® Model!!!   This long-awaited new book by acclaimed authors MaryEllen Vogt and Jana Echevarria offers research-based, SIOP®-tested techniques for lessons that include the eight SIOP® components. The 99 ideas and activities in this book include a few familiar techniques that have been shown to be especially effective for ELLs, as well as many new ideas for SIOP® teachers. All promote [...]

The Perfect Companion to Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP® Model!!!   This long-awaited new book by acclaimed authors MaryEllen Vogt and Jana Echevarria offers research-based, SIOP®-tested techniques for lessons that include the eight SIOP® components. The 99 ideas and activities in this book include a few familiar techniques that have been shown to be especially effective for ELLs, as well as many new ideas for SIOP® teachers. All promote student-to-student and teacher-to-student interaction and involvement proven to be so necessary for English language acquisition and content development. This book is surely to become an indispensable resource for teachers of English learners.   Overwhelming response from reviewers!   “[T]he strategies in [the book] are useful for any classroom teacher.  It supports everything teachers learn in SIOP in a concrete, easy-to-follow format.  While obviously it would be best to use in conjunction with the SIOP model, some of the strategies could also be used in isolation to improve teaching practice as well.  Teachers are always looking for ways to “beef up” their classroom instruction—this book gives them what they want!”                                                 —Karen Fichter, Zebulon GT Magnet Middle School, NC   “This book would help to answer so many of the questions that teachers have about how to enhance their teaching. This textbook would be a welcome addition to our program and would be one of those books that teachers would keep and use for a long time after they complete their graduate course work.” —Julia S. Austin, University of Alabama at Birmingham     What makes 99 Ideas and Activities for Teaching English Learners with the SIOP® Model  a must-have? Offers step-by-step directions and examples of content and language objectives for all ideas and activities.  Provides use-tomorrow ideas and activities for implementing the eight components of the SIOP® Model. Includes 12 sample lesson plans that illustrate how a particular activity can be effective for ALL students, and all of these sample lessons are adapted for both elementary and secondary students. Features classroom-ready content and language objectives for all relevant activities. [less]

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100 Ways to Enhance Self-Concept in the Classroom (2nd Edition)

Jack Canfield, Harold Clive Wells

1994    250 pages    (Pearson Education)

DDC: 370.154    LCC: LB1065

OCLC: 28711621    LCCN: 75020314    ISBN 13: 9780205154159    ISBN 10: 0205154158

This is the second edition of a tremendous bestseller ÿ2D 30 printings in sixteen years. There is approximately one-third new material and activities with many new quotes and cartoons. The activities and examples show teachers how to build a validating, searching, positive, and success-oriented community in any classroom. Over 100 fun exercises to enhance student's self-concept and self-esteem are presented . Each of the eight sections contains an introductory explanation of the theoretical [...]

This is the second edition of a tremendous bestseller ÿ2D 30 printings in sixteen years. There is approximately one-third new material and activities with many new quotes and cartoons. The activities and examples show teachers how to build a validating, searching, positive, and success-oriented community in any classroom. Over 100 fun exercises to enhance student's self-concept and self-esteem are presented . Each of the eight sections contains an introductory explanation of the theoretical base and need for the activities, as well as specific suggestions for when, where and how to use them. Activities are balanced between verbal and non-verbal, individual and group, art activities, writing exercises, and body movement. Elementary and middle school teachers and administrators and parents. A Longwood Professional Book. Also available in casebound, ISBN: 0-205-15711-4, $39.95p. [less]

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About the Authors: Writing Workshop with Our Youngest Writers

Lisa B. Cleaveland, Katie Wood Ray

2003    256 pages    (Heinemann)

DDC: 372.623    LCC: LB1139.5.L35

OCLC: 52773446    LCCN: 2003017154    ISBN 13: 9780325005119    ISBN 10: 0325005117

Grades K-2   About the Authors is about the littlest authors–those in kindergarten through second grade. Based on a profound understanding of the ways in which young children learn, it shows teachers how to launch a writing workshop by inviting children to do what they do naturally–make stuff. So why not write books? Gifted educator and author of the best-selling What You Know by Heart (Heinemann, 2002), Katie Wood Ray has seen young authors do just that. And she wants your [...]

Grades K-2   About the Authors is about the littlest authors–those in kindergarten through second grade. Based on a profound understanding of the ways in which young children learn, it shows teachers how to launch a writing workshop by inviting children to do what they do naturally–make stuff. So why not write books? Gifted educator and author of the best-selling What You Know by Heart (Heinemann, 2002), Katie Wood Ray has seen young authors do just that. And she wants your students to be able to do the same. Beautifully describing young children in the act of learning, she demonstrates what it takes to nourish writing right from the start: a supportive environment that enables even the youngest students to write respect and sensitivity to the way children really learn inviting instruction that both encourages and elevates young writers rich language that stimulates writing classroom talk and children's literature that energize young writers developmental considerations that shape the structure of the workshop, making it natural, joyful, and absolutely appropriate. What's more, Ray explains step by step how to set up and maintain a primary writing workshop, detailing eleven units of study that cover idea generation, text structures, different genres, and illustrations that work with text. She also draws on data, projects, and the language of teaching used in the classroom of first-grade teacher Lisa Cleaveland. Ray allows readers to "listen in" to Lisa as she helps her young students learn from professional writers, work with intention, and think about their own process. Chockfull of examples of little books by young children, About the Authors is proof positive that a primary writing workshop is a smart writing move.   Also available: The Teaching Behind About the Authors (DVD) / 0325008361 / 2005 / Grades K-2 [less]

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Accountability for Learning: How Teachers and School Leaders Can Take Charge

Douglas B. Reeves

2004    1 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve)

DDC: 379.158    LCC: LB2806.22

OCLC: 53223611    LCCN: 2003022597    ISBN 13: 9780871208330    ISBN 10: 0871208334

Accountability. The very mention of the word strikes fear in the hearts of many teachers and school leaders, leading to confusion and panic rather than improved student achievement. Author Douglas B. Reeves explains how to transform accountability from destructive and demoralizing accounting drills into a constructive decision-making process that improves teaching, learning, and leadership. Reeves encourages educators to become proactive in developing student-centered accountability systems. [...]

Accountability. The very mention of the word strikes fear in the hearts of many teachers and school leaders, leading to confusion and panic rather than improved student achievement. Author Douglas B. Reeves explains how to transform accountability from destructive and demoralizing accounting drills into a constructive decision-making process that improves teaching, learning, and leadership. Reeves encourages educators to become proactive in developing student-centered accountability systems. These systems capture the many aspects of teaching that test scores don’t reveal-they tell the stories behind the numbers. Reeves shows how educators can create accountability systems that enhance teacher motivation and lead to significant improvements in student achievement and equity, even in traditionally low-performing schools.Accountability for Learning explains how to build a student-centered accountability system by examining key indicators in teaching, leadership, curriculum, and parent and community involvement. Focusing on the classroom, it outlines how teachers can become leaders in accountability by using a four-step process of observation, reflection, synthesis, and replication of effective teaching practices. Finally, the author discusses the role of local, state, and federal policymakers and corrects the myths associated with No Child Left Behind."As educators, we have two choices," Reeves says. "We can rail against the system, hoping that standards and testing are a passing fad, or we can lead the way in a fundamental reformulation of educational accountability." Accountability for Learning gives readers the helping hand they need to lead the way to fair and comprehensive accountability.Douglas B. Reeves leads the Center for Performance Assessment, an international organization dedicated to improving student achievement and educational equity. He is the author of 17 books, including the best-selling Making Standards Work. [less]

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Activating the Desire to Learn

Bob Sullo

2007    164 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve)

DDC: 370.154    LCC: LB1065

OCLC: 82217229    LCCN: 2006025879    ISBN 13: 9781416604235    ISBN 10: 1416604235

The research is indisputable: Students are less disruptive and do better academically in schools that cultivate the internal motivation of students. In Activating the Desire to Learn, veteran educator Bob Sullo shows how to apply lessons from the research on motivation in the classroom.According to the author, we are all driven to fulfill five essential needs: to connect, to be competent, to make choices, to have fun, and to be safe. Studies show that when these needs are met in schools, good [...]

The research is indisputable: Students are less disruptive and do better academically in schools that cultivate the internal motivation of students. In Activating the Desire to Learn, veteran educator Bob Sullo shows how to apply lessons from the research on motivation in the classroom.According to the author, we are all driven to fulfill five essential needs: to connect, to be competent, to make choices, to have fun, and to be safe. Studies show that when these needs are met in schools, good behavior and high achievement tend naturally to ensue. Written as a series of candid dialogues between the author and K–12 students, teachers, counselors, and administrators, Activating the Desire to Learn covers everything you need to know to change the dynamics of learning in your classroom or school:* A comprehensive overview of the research on internal motivation;* Case studies of strategies for activating internal motivation at the elementary, middle, and high school levels;* Suggestions on how to assess degrees of student motivation; and* Guidelines for integrating the principles of internal motivation with standards-based instruction.Motivating students is not the issue—the hunger to learn is ever-present. Yet schools continue to insist on the traditional reward-punishment model, to the detriment of student achievement. Clearly it’s time for change. This engaging and thought-provoking book will help you create a culture of achievement by building on the inherent drive to succeed that students bring to the classroom every day. [less]

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Activities for the Differentiated Classroom: Math, Grades 6-8

Gayle H. Gregory, Carolyn Chapman

2007    96 pages    (Corwin Press)

DDC: 510.71    LCC: QA11.2

OCLC: 181368801    ISBN 13: 9781412953429    ISBN 10: 1412953421

Correlated to the national standards, these practical, ready-to-use activities help teachers use research-based strategies to meet the needs of all students in their differentiated classrooms.

Correlated to the national standards, these practical, ready-to-use activities help teachers use research-based strategies to meet the needs of all students in their differentiated classrooms. [less]

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Adaptive School: A Sourcebook for Developing Collaborative Groups, The

Robert J. Garmston

1999    308 pages    (Christopher-Gordon Publishers)

DDC: 371.395    LCC: LB1032

OCLC: 41335352    LCCN: 98074795    ISBN 13: 9780926842915    ISBN 10: 0926842919

Expanded and updated, this edition of one of the most popular resources for school change now comes with a useful CD-ROM containing 150 facilitation strategies. Placing inquiry at the center of effective change, The Adaptive School gives readers the tools they need to bring about genuine school improvement and to learn to use and incorporate them into practice. The book also includes a useful problem locater that helps define problems and identify strategies to deal with them. New to this [...]

Expanded and updated, this edition of one of the most popular resources for school change now comes with a useful CD-ROM containing 150 facilitation strategies. Placing inquiry at the center of effective change, The Adaptive School gives readers the tools they need to bring about genuine school improvement and to learn to use and incorporate them into practice. The book also includes a useful problem locater that helps define problems and identify strategies to deal with them. New to this edition: the CD, the strategies, the problem locater, the expanded material on facilitation, and expanded self teaching tools. [less]

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Algebra Kindgeraten through grade nine

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Alternative Assessment: Evaluating Student Performance in Elementary Mathematics

321 pages    (Dale Seymour Publications)

DDC: 649.68    LCC: QA135.5

OCLC: 28119226    ISBN 13: 9780866516914    ISBN 10: 0866516913

Alternative Assessment (Evaluating Student Performance in Elementary Mathematics), Dale Seymour Publications [...]

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American Education with PowerWeb

Joel H. Spring

2005    (McGrawHill Higher Education)

OCLC: 58422556    ISBN 13: 9780073128580    ISBN 10: 0073128589

Providing information and various perspectives to teacher educators' classrooms, this book provides an introduction to the historical, political, social, and legal foundations of education, and to the profession of teaching in the United States. It also covers No Child Left Behind, a review of drug testing and vouchers.

Providing information and various perspectives to teacher educators' classrooms, this book provides an introduction to the historical, political, social, and legal foundations of education, and to the profession of teaching in the United States. It also covers No Child Left Behind, a review of drug testing and vouchers. [less]

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Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction, The

Robert J. Marzano

2007    221 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1025.3

OCLC: 174969811    LCCN: 2007005994    ISBN 13: 9781416605713    ISBN 10: 1416605711

Though classroom instructional strategies should clearly be based on sound science and research, knowing when to use them and with whom is more of an art. In The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction, author Robert J. Marzano presents a model for ensuring quality teaching that balances the necessity of research-based data with the equally vital need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of individual students.He articulates his framework in the [...]

Though classroom instructional strategies should clearly be based on sound science and research, knowing when to use them and with whom is more of an art. In The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction, author Robert J. Marzano presents a model for ensuring quality teaching that balances the necessity of research-based data with the equally vital need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of individual students.He articulates his framework in the form of 10 questions that represent a logical planning sequence for successful instructional design. For classroom lessons to be truly effective, educators must examine every component of the teaching process with equal resolve. Filled with charts, rubrics, and organizers, this methodical, user-friendly guide will help teachers examine and develop their knowledge and skills, so they can achieve that dynamic fusion of art and science that results in exceptional teaching and outstanding student achievement. [less]

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Arts with the Brain in Mind

Eric Jensen

2001    139 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Deve)

DDC: 700.71273    LCC: LB1591.5.U57

OCLC: 45861728    LCCN: 2001000735    ISBN 13: 9780871205148    ISBN 10: 0871205149

How do the arts stack up as a major discipline? What is their effect on the brain, learning, and human development? How might schools best implement and assess an arts program?? Eric Jensen answers these questions C and more C in this book. To push for higher standards of learning, many policymakers are eliminating arts programs. To Jensen, that's a mistake. This book presents the definitive case, based on what we know about the brain and learning, for making arts a core part of the basic [...]

How do the arts stack up as a major discipline? What is their effect on the brain, learning, and human development? How might schools best implement and assess an arts program?? Eric Jensen answers these questions C and more C in this book. To push for higher standards of learning, many policymakers are eliminating arts programs. To Jensen, that's a mistake. This book presents the definitive case, based on what we know about the brain and learning, for making arts a core part of the basic curriculum and thoughtfully integrating them into every subject. Separate chapters address musical, visual, and kinesthetic arts in ways that reveal their influence on learning. What are the effects of a fully implemented arts program? The evidence points to the following: $ Fewer dropouts $ Higher attendance $ Better team players $ An increased love of learning $ Greater student dignity $ Enhanced creativity $ A more prepared citizen for the workplace of tomorrow $ Greater cultural awareness as a bonus To Jensen, it's not a matter of choosing, say, the musical arts over the kinesthetic. Rather, ask what kind of art makes sense for what purposes. How much time per day? What kind of music? Should the arts be required? How do we assess arts programs? In answering these real-world questions, Jensen provides dozens of practical, detailed suggestions for incorporating the arts into every classroom. [less]

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Assessing Math Concepts: Counting Objects

Kathy Richardson

2003    71 pages    (Mathematical Perspectives)

DDC: 372.7    LCC: QA135.6

OCLC: 807983967    ISBN 13: 9780972423809    ISBN 10: 097242380X

Assessing Math Concepts: Counting Objects is Concept 1 of nine in the Mathematical Perspectives Assessing Math Concepts series. The series is a continuum of assessments that focus on important core concepts and related "Critical Learning Phases" that must be in place if children are to understand and be successful in mathematics. This assessment series is based on the premise that teachers will be able to provide more effective instruction and ensure maximum learning for each of their students [...]

Assessing Math Concepts: Counting Objects is Concept 1 of nine in the Mathematical Perspectives Assessing Math Concepts series. The series is a continuum of assessments that focus on important core concepts and related "Critical Learning Phases" that must be in place if children are to understand and be successful in mathematics. This assessment series is based on the premise that teachers will be able to provide more effective instruction and ensure maximum learning for each of their students when they are aware of the essential steps that children move through when developing an understanding of foundational mathematical ideas. The data that is gathered and organized using the assessment tools presented here provides teachers with the information that is needed to determine precisely what children need to learn. [less]

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Assessment for Learning

Stephen Chappuis

2004    340 pages    (Assessment Training Institute)

DDC: 379.158    LCC: LB2822.75

OCLC: 54828884    ISBN 13: 9780965510141    ISBN 10: 096551014X

"Helps administrators gain a clear vision of what excellence in assessment looks like and what it takes to achieve that vision. The specific competencies leaders need to support assessment FOR learning are identified, with activities and resources to help them learn and apply the skills. Written for use by individuals or group study."--Publisher's website.

"Helps administrators gain a clear vision of what excellence in assessment looks like and what it takes to achieve that vision. The specific competencies leaders need to support assessment FOR learning are identified, with activities and resources to help them learn and apply the skills. Written for use by individuals or group study."--Publisher's website. [less]

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Assessment for Learning: Putting it into Practice

Paul Black, Chris Harrison, Clare Lee, Bethan Marshall, Dylan Wiliam, Open University Press

2003    152 pages    (Open University Press)

DDC: 371.3    LCC: LB3056.E54

OCLC: 191662004    ISBN 13: 9780335212972    ISBN 10: 0335212972

"This is a surprising and welcome book... a heartening read that shows the power of assessment for learning and the potential for academics and teachers jointly to put into practice ideas that can improve classroom learning and teaching." TES The starting point of this book was the realisation that research studies worldwide provide hard evidence that development of formative assessment raises students' test scores. The significant improvement in the achievements of the students in this project [...]

"This is a surprising and welcome book... a heartening read that shows the power of assessment for learning and the potential for academics and teachers jointly to put into practice ideas that can improve classroom learning and teaching." TES The starting point of this book was the realisation that research studies worldwide provide hard evidence that development of formative assessment raises students' test scores. The significant improvement in the achievements of the students in this project confirms this research, while providing teachers, teacher trainers, school heads and others leaders with ideas and advice for improving formative assessment in the classroom.Assessment for Learning is based on a two-year project involving thirty-six teachers in schools in Medway and Oxfordshire. After a brief review of the research background and of the project itself, successive chapters describe the specific practices which teachers found fruitful and the underlying ideas about learning that these developments illustrate. Later chapters discuss the problems that teachers encountered when implementing the new practices in their classroom and give guidance for school management and LEAs about promoting and supporting the changes.This book offers valuable insights into assessment for learning as teachers describe in their own words how they turned the ideas into practical action in their schools. [less]

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Assignments Matter: Making the Connections That Help Students Meet Standards

Eleanor Dougherty

2012    191 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1025.3

OCLC: 815478011    LCCN: 2012018764    ISBN 13: 9781416614401    ISBN 10: 1416614400

What exactly is an "assignment," and why does it matter? How can educators ensure that their teaching meets the rigorous demands of the Common Core State Standards, so that all students are well prepared for college or careers? Drawing from her extensive experience as a teacher coach, author Eleanor Dougherty answers these questions and many more, with two aims in mind: (1) to guide teachers and administrators in crafting high-quality assignments, and (2) to help educators understand [...]

What exactly is an "assignment," and why does it matter? How can educators ensure that their teaching meets the rigorous demands of the Common Core State Standards, so that all students are well prepared for college or careers? Drawing from her extensive experience as a teacher coach, author Eleanor Dougherty answers these questions and many more, with two aims in mind: (1) to guide teachers and administrators in crafting high-quality assignments, and (2) to help educators understand the powerful impact that assignments can have on teaching and learning. The book explains the critical differences among "assignments," "activities," and "assessments" and thoroughly describes the key elements of an assignment: prompts, rubrics, products, and instructional plans. Readers will learn how to* Follow a seven-step process for crafting effective assignments; * Link assignments to units and courses;* Devise "Anchor" assignments for collaboration and consistency across grades;* Tap into instructional "touchstones" that can enrich any assignment;* Create classroom and school environments that support assignment-making; and* Use assignments as a source of data about teaching and learning.Equipped with the knowledge and expertise gained from Assignments Matter, readers will be able to create meaningful learning experiences for their students and come to appreciate the author's belief that "assignments may well be the missing link in school reform efforts to improve student achievement." [less]

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Authentic Learning in the Digital Age: Engaging Students Through Inquiry

Larissa Pahomov

2014    198 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development)

DDC: 371.3    LCC: PZ7.B7633 Clf

OCLC: 897117157    LCCN: 94233657    ISBN 13: 9781416619567    ISBN 10: 1416619569

How can you create an authentic learning environment one where students ask questions, do research, and explore subjects that fascinate them in today s standards-driven atmosphere? Author Larissa Pahomov offers insightful answers based on her experience as a classroom teacher at the Science Leadership Academy--a public high school in Philadelphia that offers a rigorous college-prep curriculum and boasts a 99 percent graduation rate. Pahomov outlines a framework for learning structured around [...]

How can you create an authentic learning environment one where students ask questions, do research, and explore subjects that fascinate them in today s standards-driven atmosphere? Author Larissa Pahomov offers insightful answers based on her experience as a classroom teacher at the Science Leadership Academy--a public high school in Philadelphia that offers a rigorous college-prep curriculum and boasts a 99 percent graduation rate. Pahomov outlines a framework for learning structured around five core values: inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, and reflection. For each value, she presents * A detailed description of how the value can transform classroom practice and how a digital connection can enhance its application.* A step-by-step outline for how to implement the value, with examples from teachers in all subject areas.* Solutions to possible challenges and roadblocks that teachers may experience.* Suggestions for how to expand the value beyond the classroom, to schoolwide practice.* Anecdotes from students, offering their perspectives on how they experienced the value in the classroom and after graduation.The framework is a guide, not a prescription, and middle and high school teachers--individually or as a team--can use it to structure whatever content and skills their current school or district requires. The book also includes suggestions for how to integrate technology into inquiry-based education, but the principles and approaches it describes can be applied successfully even in places without abundant technology. Both practical and inspiring, Authentic Learning in the Digital Age is an indispensable handbook for reinvigorating teaching and learning in a new era. [less]

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Battle Over Homework: Common Ground for Administrators, Teachers, and Parents, The

Harris M. Cooper

2001    96 pages    (Corwin)

DDC: 371.30281    LCC: LB1048

OCLC: 45326493    LCCN: 94017155    ISBN 13: 9780761978213    ISBN 10: 0761978216

Updated Edition of Bestseller!The new edition of the best-selling book provides readers with the terms, definitions, and research evidence needed to explore the issues of homework in a constructive manner.

Updated Edition of Bestseller!The new edition of the best-selling book provides readers with the terms, definitions, and research evidence needed to explore the issues of homework in a constructive manner. [less]

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Becoming a Better Teacher

Giselle O. Martin-Kniep

2004    160 pages    (Prentice Hall PTR)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1025.3

OCLC: 58805043    ISBN 13: 9780131195011    ISBN 10: 0131195018

This is a brief book that explores eight, worthwhile, research-based classroom innovations that foster student-centered classroom environments worth implementing into today's school settings. Each of the eight innovations—essential questions, curriculum integration, standards-based curriculum and assessment design, authentic assessment, scoring rubrics, portfolios reflection, and action research— is justified through detailed explanation, ways to implement it into the classroom, and how to [...]

This is a brief book that explores eight, worthwhile, research-based classroom innovations that foster student-centered classroom environments worth implementing into today's school settings. Each of the eight innovations—essential questions, curriculum integration, standards-based curriculum and assessment design, authentic assessment, scoring rubrics, portfolios reflection, and action research— is justified through detailed explanation, ways to implement it into the classroom, and how to adapt the strategy to meet the needs of diverse classroom environments. Readers will find balanced examples from every grade level, in addition to curriculum design modules, and easy-to-use templates for applying the innovations and strategies into the classroom immediately. For educators, instructors, counselors, and academic evaluators. [less]

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Becoming a Better Teacher: Eight Innovations That Work

Giselle O. Martin-Kniep, O. Martin-Kniep Giselle

2000    156 pages    (ASCD)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1025.3

OCLC: 44701752    LCCN: 00010673    ISBN 13: 9780871203854    ISBN 10: 0871203855

This book provides K-12 educators with key information about some of the most effective teaching and learning tools available today-in one convenient publication. Each of the innovations has a long history of use and has been researched and evaluated in a variety of settings. Giselle Martin-Kniep chose these specific innovations because, as a whole, they foster a student-centered classroom environment that is both equitable and rigorous. In separate chapters for each topic, she addresses 1) [...]

This book provides K-12 educators with key information about some of the most effective teaching and learning tools available today-in one convenient publication. Each of the innovations has a long history of use and has been researched and evaluated in a variety of settings. Giselle Martin-Kniep chose these specific innovations because, as a whole, they foster a student-centered classroom environment that is both equitable and rigorous. In separate chapters for each topic, she addresses 1) essential questions, 2) curriculum integration, 3) standards-based curriculum and assessment design, 4) authentic assessment, 5) scoring rubrics, 6) portfolios, 7) reflection, and 8) action research. Annotated lists of recommended resources provide suggestions for further exploration of each topic. Readers new to these topics will gain a basic understanding of each and learn how to use them to create a student-centered classroom. More experienced educators can also benefit from reexamining these innovations and considering them as parts of a comprehensive whole. Numerous examples from all grade levels, along with design modules, templates, and checklists, make this an invaluable guide for teachers and administrators. [less]

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Becoming a Literacy Leader: Supporting Learning and Change

Jennifer Allen

2006    152 pages    (Stenhouse Publishers)

DDC: 372.6    LCC: LB1576

OCLC: 86072719    LCCN: 2005054111    ISBN 13: 9781571104199    ISBN 10: 1571104194

Becoming a Literacy Leader chronicles the work of Jennifer Allen, an elementary teacher who moved to a new school and a new job as a literacy specialist, and found herself tackling everything from teacher study groups to state-mandated assessment plans. The book is rooted in Jennifer's belief that teachers know what they need when it comes to professional development in literacy, and the best literacy leaders are those who listen to and respect the educators in their midst. Grounded in [...]

Becoming a Literacy Leader chronicles the work of Jennifer Allen, an elementary teacher who moved to a new school and a new job as a literacy specialist, and found herself tackling everything from teacher study groups to state-mandated assessment plans. The book is rooted in Jennifer's belief that teachers know what they need when it comes to professional development in literacy, and the best literacy leaders are those who listen to and respect the educators in their midst. Grounded in research but thoroughly practical, Jennifer shares advice on:organizing a literacy room with resources for classroom teachers, including book lists, bins of children's books tied to craft and strategy lessons, bulletin board ideas, and files with instructional materials;developing intervention classrooms for struggling readers and writers built on collaboration between teachers and literacy specialists;setting up assessment notebooks for teachers, and preparing new and veteran teachers for student assessments across grades;creating model programs for dealing with schoolwide problems like reading fluency, and then moving from the pilot to implementation in many classrooms;coaching new and veteran teachers in the latest literacy practices, without taking on the role of expert;analyzing and using books, videos and journals in professional development programs;infusing routine staff meetings with discussions of new literacy curricula;leading teacher study groups using a variety of formats;finding and budgeting money for professional development programs in literacy;protecting time and scheduling priorities, to ensure the literacy specialist position doesn't become a “catch-all” for the random needs of teachers or administrators.At a time when all administrators are urged to be literacy leaders, this insider's view helps to define what leadership looks like and shows how to create an environment that fosters professional development. Jennifer Allen shares the balance leaders struggle with, as they strive to support and honor the fine practices of teachers, even as they nudge colleagues to improve their literacy instruction. Ultimately, Becoming a Literacy Leader is a hopeful book, an optimistic and realistic portrait of life in schools among teachers committed to doing their jobs well. [less]

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Becoming One Community

Kathleen Fay, Suzanne Whaley

2004    224 pages    (Stenhouse Publishers)

DDC: 372.6521044    LCC: PE1128.A2

OCLC: 747409482    LCCN: 2003067397    ISBN 13: 9781571103680    ISBN 10: 1571103686

More and more classrooms across the country are filled with children who speak languages other than English. In these diverse classrooms, many teachers struggle with how to create reading and writing instruction that is appropriate for their English language learners. In Becoming One Community, Kathleen Fay and Suzanne Whaley provide expert guidance on helping students who are just learning English develop their voice and skills within reading and writing workshops.—JoAnn PortalupiWritten [...]

More and more classrooms across the country are filled with children who speak languages other than English. In these diverse classrooms, many teachers struggle with how to create reading and writing instruction that is appropriate for their English language learners. In Becoming One Community, Kathleen Fay and Suzanne Whaley provide expert guidance on helping students who are just learning English develop their voice and skills within reading and writing workshops.—JoAnn PortalupiWritten for the general classroom teacher whose class includes English language learners (ELLs), as well as for ELL teachers working in general classrooms, this book portrays ELL students in grades 3–6 who learn essential reading and writing skills and are full members of the classroom community. Throughout the book, Kathleen and Suzanne emphasize the importance of talk. By talking during science workshop, after read-aloud, or when sharing an idea with a partner, ELLs use language authentically and, in using it, become more adept speakers, readers and writers of English.Included are:classroom scenes with dialogue in whole-class and small-group settings;authentic one-on-one conferences with readers and writers at varying levels of English language proficiency;reflection by the teachers before, during, and after teaching;scenarios from inclusive classrooms and descriptions of teachers' decisions which enable them to be successful learning environments.This is not a quick how-to guide. Becoming One Community provides many practical examples of diverse classrooms at work and embeds theory on English-language development throughout. It gives teachers a repertoire of ideas to meet the needs of ELL students in their classroom but ultimately trusts in the teacher's own skills to best know their students and appreciate their innate intelligence. [less]

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Best Practice, Fourth Edition: Bringing Standards to Life in America's Classrooms

Steven Zemelman, Harvey Daniels, Arthur Hyde

2012    304 pages    (Heinemann)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1025.3

OCLC: 759909817    LCCN: 2011047860    ISBN 13: 9780325043548    ISBN 10: 032504354X

"The single most powerful variable in student achievement is the quality of teaching. But what does quality mean? What does it look like in real classrooms? It looks like the teaching in this book." -Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Arthur Hyde Best Practice is back, and with it Steve Zemelman, Smokey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde invite you to greet today's most important educational challenges with proven, state-of-the-art teaching. Linguistic diversity, [...]

"The single most powerful variable in student achievement is the quality of teaching. But what does quality mean? What does it look like in real classrooms? It looks like the teaching in this book." -Steven Zemelman, Harvey "Smokey" Daniels, and Arthur Hyde Best Practice is back, and with it Steve Zemelman, Smokey Daniels, and Arthur Hyde invite you to greet today's most important educational challenges with proven, state-of-the-art teaching. Linguistic diversity, technology, Common Core, high-stakes testing-no matter the hurdle, Best Practice teaching supports powerful learning across our profession. Best Practice, Fourth Edition, is the ultimate guide to teaching excellence. Its framework of seven Best Practice Structures and cutting-edge implementation strategies are proven across the grades and subject areas. BP4 creates common ground for teachers, leaders, and principals by recommending practices drawn from the latest scientific research, professional consensus, and the innovative classrooms of exemplary teachers. BP4 puts top-quality teaching at the fingertips of individual practitioners by sharing real-life instructional scenes that define classroom excellence, increase learning, and improve students' life opportunities. It's also more valuable than ever to PLCs and school reform initiatives thanks to: plans and strategies for exceeding state and Common Core Standards cohesive principles and common language that strengthen professional collaboration classroom vignettes that show teachers and kids at work chapters on reading, writing, math, science, and social studies that support unified instructional goals special attention to technology in the classroom, special education, ELLs, struggling readers, and the arts. This new educational era demands highly-effective, high-quality instruction that makes a difference for students. Fortunately with Zemelman, Daniels, and Hyde's help every educator can be a world-class, life-changing teacher-a Best Practice teacher. PLCs and book-study groups! Save $66.37 when you purchase 15 copies with the Best Practice Book Study Bundle. [less]

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Best Schools: How Human Development Research Should Inform Educational Practice, The

Thomas Armstrong

182 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Developme)

DDC: 370.1523    LCC: LB1131

OCLC: 77627054    LCCN: 2006024184    ISBN 13: 9781416604570    ISBN 10: 141660457X

Educators, politicians, parents, and even students are consumed with speaking the language of academic achievement. Yet something is missing in the current focus on accountability, standardized testing, and adequate yearly progress. If schools continue to focus the conversation on rigor and accountability and ignore more human elements of education, many students may miss out on opportunities to discover the richness of individual exploration that schools can foster.In The Best Schools, [...]

Educators, politicians, parents, and even students are consumed with speaking the language of academic achievement. Yet something is missing in the current focus on accountability, standardized testing, and adequate yearly progress. If schools continue to focus the conversation on rigor and accountability and ignore more human elements of education, many students may miss out on opportunities to discover the richness of individual exploration that schools can foster.In The Best Schools, Armstrong urges educators to leave narrow definitions of learning behind and return to the great thinkers of the past 100 years—Montessori, Piaget, Freud, Steiner, Erikson, Dewey, Elkind, Gardner—and to the language of human development and the whole child. The Best Schools highlights examples of educational programs that are honoring students’ differences, using developmentally appropriate practices, and promoting a humane approach to education that includes the following elements:*An emphasis on play for early childhood learning.*Theme- and project-based learning for elementary school students.8Active learning that recognizes the social, emotional, and cognitive needs of adolescents in middle schools.*Mentoring, apprenticeships, and cooperative education for high school students.Educators in "the best schools" recognize the differences in the physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual worlds of students of different ages. This book will help educators reflect on how to help each student reach his or her true potential, how to inspire each child and adolescent to discover an inner passion to learn, and how to honor the unique journey of each individual through life. [less]

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Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers, A

1999    244 pages    (ASCD)

DDC: 371.1    LCC: LB2844.1.N4

OCLC: 51733636    LCCN: 99006859    ISBN 13: 9780871203557    ISBN 10: 0871203553

How can we help new teachers succeed in the classroom? Given high attrition rates and increasing teacher shortages, attracting new teachers and helping them thrive are among the most important challenges that schools face. A Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers lays out the fundamentals for helping new teachers succeed in the schools of the next century: What Do New Teachers Need?; Creating an Induction Program; Making Mentoring Meaningful; Planning Comprehensive Teacher [...]

How can we help new teachers succeed in the classroom? Given high attrition rates and increasing teacher shortages, attracting new teachers and helping them thrive are among the most important challenges that schools face. A Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers lays out the fundamentals for helping new teachers succeed in the schools of the next century: What Do New Teachers Need?; Creating an Induction Program; Making Mentoring Meaningful; Planning Comprehensive Teacher Support; Improving Instruction and Communication; and Listening to Teachers. Each section features thoughtful chapters from educational leaders. With her colleagues, Sharon Feiman-Nemser, Professor of Teacher Education at Michigan State University, outlines how best to develop professionals rather than simply induct new teachers into the profession. Ellen Moir, from the New Teacher Center at the University of California, Santa Cruz, explains the stages that first-year teachers typically undergo. And English teacher Lisa Renard shows how new teachers can take a positive, proactive approach to their early professional years. The anthology offers views and perspectives of those whose job descriptions include the phrase mentor of new teachers. From how to coach for competency to how to maintain commitment and enthusiasm, A Better Beginning: Supporting and Mentoring New Teachers provides veteran and new teachers fresh insights into best practices and programs for tomorrow's teachers. [less]

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Better Learning Through Structured Teaching: A Framework for the Gradual Release of Responsibility, 2nd Edition

Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey

2013    158 pages    (Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development)

DDC: 371.102    LCC: LB1027.23.F575

OCLC: 867050485    LCCN: 2013031423    ISBN 13: 9781416616290    ISBN 10: 1416616292

In this updated 2nd edition of the ASCD best-seller, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey dig deeper into the hows and whys of the gradual release of responsibility instructional framework. To gradually release responsibility is to equip students with what they need to be engaged and self-directed learners. On a day-to-day level, it means delivering lessons purposefully planned to incorporate four essential and interrelated instructional phases: 1. Focused Instruction: Preparing students for learning [...]

In this updated 2nd edition of the ASCD best-seller, Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey dig deeper into the hows and whys of the gradual release of responsibility instructional framework. To gradually release responsibility is to equip students with what they need to be engaged and self-directed learners. On a day-to-day level, it means delivering lessons purposefully planned to incorporate four essential and interrelated instructional phases: 1. Focused Instruction: Preparing students for learning by establishing lesson purpose, modeling strategies and skills, thinking aloud, and noticing how students respond. 2. Guided Instruction: Strategically using prompts, cues, and questions to lead students to new understanding.3. Collaborative Learning: Allowing students to consolidate their understanding through exploration, problem-solving, discussion, and thinking with their peers. 4. Independent Learning: Requiring students to use the skills and knowledge they've acquired to create authentic products and ask new questions.The authors explore each phase, using real-life examples from a variety of disciplines. You'll find tips and tools for classroom implementation, including checklists for planning and assessment; advice on feedback, homework, group work, differentiated instruction, and blended learning; answers to frequently asked questions; and examples that align to Common Core State Standards. No matter what grade level or subject you teach, Better Learning Through Structured Teaching is your essential guide to helping students expand their capacity for successful and long-lasting learning. [less]

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Beyond Facts & Flashcards: Exploring Math with Your Kids

Jan Mokros

1996    134 pages    (Heinemann)

DDC: 649.68    LCC: QA135.5

OCLC: 32968911    LCCN: 95036594    ISBN 13: 9780435083755    ISBN 10: 0435083759

Most parents know that the most important thing they can do to help their kids learn to read is to read with them. But what's the mathematical equivalent to reading aloud? Up until now, parents have had few models for helping their children understand math. And most existing models are limited to repetitive workbooks and flashcards. In Beyond Facts & Flashcards, Jan Mokros shows parents how to transform the family's involvement in mathematics to help children see the big picture. The book [...]

Most parents know that the most important thing they can do to help their kids learn to read is to read with them. But what's the mathematical equivalent to reading aloud? Up until now, parents have had few models for helping their children understand math. And most existing models are limited to repetitive workbooks and flashcards. In Beyond Facts & Flashcards, Jan Mokros shows parents how to transform the family's involvement in mathematics to help children see the big picture. The book provides answers to questions such as: What mathematical skills should children be developing now to equip them for the future? How can parents help children develop these skills? How can parents and teachers work together to ensure that children are doing more than a narrowly-defined study of "bookkeeping" math? Beyond Facts & Flashcards not only presents lots of games and activities that parents and their children can play together, it also describes how the activities relate to mathematics, what's reasonable to expect a child to understand, and how to ask questions that elicit and support children's learning. This is an excellent resource to recommend to parents of primary and elementary students. [less]

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Beyond the Bake Sale: The Essential Guide to Family/school Partnerships

2007    288 pages    (New Press, The)

DDC: 371.192    LCC: LB1048.5

OCLC: 70167562    LCCN: 2006019254    ISBN 13: 9781565848887    ISBN 10: 1565848888

Countless studies demonstrate that students with parents actively involved in their education at home and school are more likely to earn higher grades and test scores, enroll in higher-level programs, graduate from high school, and go on to post-secondary education. Beyond the Bake Sale shows how to form these essential partnerships and how to make them work.Packed with tips from principals and teachers, checklists, and an invaluable resource section, Beyond the Bake Sale reveals how to build [...]

Countless studies demonstrate that students with parents actively involved in their education at home and school are more likely to earn higher grades and test scores, enroll in higher-level programs, graduate from high school, and go on to post-secondary education. Beyond the Bake Sale shows how to form these essential partnerships and how to make them work.Packed with tips from principals and teachers, checklists, and an invaluable resource section, Beyond the Bake Sale reveals how to build strong collaborative relationships and offers practical advice for improving interactions between parents and teachers, from insuring that PTA groups are constructive and inclusive to navigating the complex issues surrounding diversity in the classroom.Written with candor, clarity, and humor, Beyond the Bake Sale is essential reading for teachers, parents on the front lines in public schools, and administrators and policy makers at all levels. [less]

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Beyond the Beginnings

Angela Carrasquillo, Stephen B. Kucer, Ruth Abrams

2004    176 pages    (Multilingual Matters)

DDC: 808.0428071    LCC: PE1128.A2

OCLC: 55630411    LCCN: 2003024122    ISBN 13: 9781853597497    ISBN 10: 185359749X

The book addresses upper elementary English language learners who have a fairly good knowledge of spoken and written English, have demonstrated knowledge of phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding and word recognition, yet are struggling with academic English literacy. Throughout the book, the authors continuously argue that planning and delivering instruction to these students must be based on the ELL’s existing competencies, prior knowledge and experiences. Classroom curriculum and instruction [...]

The book addresses upper elementary English language learners who have a fairly good knowledge of spoken and written English, have demonstrated knowledge of phonemic awareness, phonics, decoding and word recognition, yet are struggling with academic English literacy. Throughout the book, the authors continuously argue that planning and delivering instruction to these students must be based on the ELL’s existing competencies, prior knowledge and experiences. Classroom curriculum and instruction must provide opportunities for helping ELL learners to build and extend skills, knowledge and processes. And, the highly complex process of language learning and literacy development calls for multifaceted instructional approaches. The book is divided into eight chapters providing specific information on the diversity of ELLs and providing examples, models and strategies to move them beyond the transition in English reading and writing. [less]

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Beyond the Wall of Resistance: Unconventional Strategies that Build Support for Change

Rick Maurer

1995    208 pages    (Bard Press)

DDC: 658.406    LCC: HD58.8

OCLC: 32924269    LCCN: 95036774    ISBN 13: 9781885167071    ISBN 10: 1885167075

Focuses on the critical people element in reengineering and restructuring efforts.

Focuses on the critical people element in reengineering and restructuring efforts. [less]

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Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking Blink

Malcolm/ Gladwell, Malcolm (NRT) Gladwell

2005    (Hachette Audio)

DDC: 153.44    LCC: BF448

OCLC: 881346613    ISBN 13: 9781586217198    ISBN 10: 1586217194

Explores the process by which people make decisions, explaining how the difference between good and bad decision making is directly related to the details on which people focus, and offers advice on how to improve decision making skills.Title: BlinkAuthor: Gladwell, Malcolm/ Gladwell, Malcolm (NRT)Publisher: Hachette AudioPublication Date: 2005/01/01Number of Pages: Binding Type: CD/SPOKEN WORDLibrary of Congress: bl2005002133

Explores the process by which people make decisions, explaining how the difference between good and bad decision making is directly related to the details on which people focus, and offers advice on how to improve decision making skills.Title: BlinkAuthor: Gladwell, Malcolm/ Gladwell, Malcolm (NRT)Publisher: Hachette AudioPublication Date: 2005/01/01Number of Pages: Binding Type: CD/SPOKEN WORDLibrary of Congress: bl2005002133 [less]

 
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